Catherine is the Vice President of Partnerships and Alliances at TeachingPartners.
She works closely with learning organizations and with individual teachers who are as committed to celebrating great teaching and great teachers as she is.
Before helping to found TeachingPartners, Catherine held a number positions at Pearson, the world’s leading education company, where she helped establish and support innovative educational products and programs.
Organizes these groups
with Catherine Schram
Thinking about attending a local Edcamp and want to know more about what to expect? Join this group, and learn directly from those who know best: other Edcamp attendees from across the United States!
Member of these groups
with Jill Bryant
Dr. Jill Bryant and Adrienne Briones of Portland Public Schools share classroom-tested strategies of local teachers who support students impacted by past or ongoing personal trauma experienced outside the classroom.
with Joshua Parker
Joshua Parker, 2012 Maryland Teacher of the Year, shares how he encourages students to bring their personal experiences to their reading.
with Christopher Bronke
Christopher Bronke, Co-Founder and Director of the National Blogging Collaborative, shares how he uses Twitter to encourage students' interaction during reading.
with Michael Lindblad
Michael Lindblad, 2015 Oregon State Teacher of the Year, shares how he inspires students through self-directed humanitarian projects.
with Jane McMahon
Jane McMahon, 2014 Wisconsin State Teacher of the Year, shares how she uses digital tools to enhance instruction, assessment, and feedback.
with Beth Maloney
Beth Maloney, 2014 Arizona State Teacher of the Year, shares how she increases engagement by creating moments to hook student interest.
with Leslie Nicholas
Leslie Nicholas, 2004 Pennsylvania State Teacher of the Year, shares how he incorporates reflective learning in his high-school classroom.
with Michael Dunlea
Michael Dunlea, 2012 NJ State Teacher of the Year Finalist, shares how he inspires students’ love of reading through engaging read-alouds
Empowering English Language Learners by differentiating instruction to meet their abilities and experiences.
with Dorina Sackman-Ebuwa
Dorina Sackman-Ebuwa, 2014 Florida State Teacher of the Year, shares how she empowers English Language Learners.
with Leigh VandenAkker
Leigh VadenAkker, 2012 Utah State Teacher of the Year, shares how she creates a classroom environment that develops students' social- and emotional-learning skills.