Jacqueline Nett is going on twenty-five years as a full-time educator, adjunct professor, teacher leader, and educational consultant who specializes in curriculum, instruction, and feedback. She has spent over a decade designing innovative customized teachers workshops and courses that build on the talent and experience of the participants in her classes and workshops, cultivates an inquiry-based mindset in her workshops and courses that challenge tradition and brings a fresh perspective to teaching and learning.
Since 2006, she has authored and over fifteen books and articles, her most recent book being, • Internet-Based Student Research: Creating to Learn with a Step-by-Step Approach, Grades 5- 12. In recent years Jackie's focus has shifted from studying the way we create ideas to developing an inquiry-based mindset and designing a rebel intellect in our teaches and students.
In addition to her teaching, professional development classes and workshops Jacqueline curates jackienett.com an online teacher's community where teachers talk about innovative approaches to curriculum, analyze our rebel intellect, and becoming teacher leaders.
Jacqueline lives in New York and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jacqueline can also be found at Douglas Elliman where she works as a real estate sales representative. Jackie's is certified as a Pricing Strategies Analysis and e-PRO certified which is demonstrative of her technical skills and analytical mind. She is presently working on her CIPS (Certified International Property Specialist) license that will allow her to better serve her international clients in buying real estate here in the United States and clients in the United States who are looking to purchase property abroad. Her sharp negotiating skills and warm demeanor make her a great ally to do business with.
Providence College, Bachelors of Arts
Framingham State College, Masters in Technology
SUNY New Paltz Masters in Educational Leadership, School District Administrator Certification
New York Real Estate Institute