Teaching is both a Career and Passion
Margaret Searle, ASCD author and educator, spent time with Dr. Berger to discuss the field of education and the value the profession of teaching can bring to those young people looking for their career path to emerge.
Searle specializes in consulting with districts and schools in the areas of curriculum alignment, differentiated instruction, inclusive education, leadership team development, and training teams to implement Response to Intervention (RTI).
She is also as an adjunct professor for Ashland University in Ashland, Ohio.
Her teaching experience covers every grade from preschool through 8th in both a general and special education capacity. Her administrative experience has been as a K–12 supervisor in Dayton City Schools as well as a middle school principal in Springfield, Ohio, and an elementary school principal in Toledo, Ohio.
She served as an adviser to President George H. W. Bush on elementary and secondary education issues.
Searle has also contributed her expertise as an author with the following books:
- Teacher Teamwork: How do we make it work? (2015)
- Causes and Cures in the Classroom: Getting to the Root of Academic and Behavior Problems (2013)
- What Every School Leader Needs to Know About RTI (2010)