Title: Quality and Education Coach
Company: Early Learning Coalition of Broward County, Inc.
Location: Coral Springs, Florida, United States
Joleen Steadman, quality and education coach at Early Learning Coalition of Broward County, Inc., has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in elementary education.
Ms. Steadman has demonstrated unwavering dedication to education and literacy, cultivating environments that support teachers and empower students. Her academic journey commenced with a Bachelor of Education in elementary education and teaching from Florida Atlantic University in 1998, followed by a Master of Education in curriculum and instruction from Nova Southeastern University in 2009. Armed with a commitment to learning and teaching, she embarked on a career marked by excellence and advocacy in education.
Ms. Steadman’s professional trajectory spans a diverse array of roles, showcasing her commitment to educational enrichment. Notably, she has served as a quality and education coach at the Early Learning Coalition of Broward County, Inc. since 2022. With steadfast dedication, she has maintained longstanding tenures as a literacy coach at Endeavour Primary Learning Center and Broward County Public Schools since 2000. Her early teaching career began at Westwood Height Elementary School and extended to Excelsior Prep School, where she dedicated herself to shaping young minds.
A pivotal moment in Ms. Steadman’s career occurred in 2017 when she was recognized as the Teacher of the Year at a primary learning center, underscoring her exceptional commitment and educational impact. She takes immense pride in achieving national board certification twice, in 2007 and 2017, emphasizing her continuous pursuit of excellence and professional growth in the realm of teaching. She attributes her success to an unwavering work ethic and her core goal of supporting teachers.
Throughout her career, Ms. Steadman has showcased exceptional analytical prowess, using her expertise to enhance institutional cohesiveness and elevate learner performance. Her philosophy embodies the belief that “We’re all part of one big family, and we all need to be here to support each other.” This motto drives her approach to education, emphasizing a supportive and collaborative environment for both teachers and students.
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