With Inspired Instruction since 2010
Margarite has a Master’s Degree in Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment, is a New Jersey Certified Administrator, and is a retired public school teacher. She has enjoyed teaching students in a variety of grade levels in New Jersey’s urban and suburban public schools. Prior to working as a consultant, Margarite was also a member of the adjunct faculty of Marygrove College where she worked with teachers in the MAT graduate program in the School of Education. Margarite is experienced at providing professional development that is high quality, practical and effective across a broad range of topics that results in greater teacher effectiveness and increased student achievement.
Elaine Chesebro is a former K-8 teacher of gifted, with a focus on advanced math and STEM subjects. She serves on the board of the New Jersey Association for Gifted Children, and offers training to teachers and administrators on meeting the needs of gifted students.
After earning degrees in Early Childhood and Elementary Education, as well as Spanish, Odette taught for many years at the elementary level. She has a high level of experience with writing curriculum, analyzing data and effectively utilizing it to drive instruction
Gloria has a B.S. in Mathematics Education for K-12, Masters in Educational Technology, and Supervisor Certification. Her teaching career spans over 27 years, having taught middle school and all levels in high school for Algebra I, II, & Geometry, including replacement and collaborative classes.
Eleni Ntelekos has worked as a consultant delivering professional development services for English/language arts and English as a second language (ESL). She began her career as a high school English teacher and spent the majority of her career teaching ESL in grades K-12.
Prior to consulting, Jenie taught students in grades pre-k through 8th grade, and served as a district program specialist. She specializes in working with students with exceptionalities, including students with disabilities, gifted students, and English language learners.