Special Populations/Special Education
Russell Clark is a learning consultant who works collaboratively with educators in providing support, training, and encouragement in specified areas of instruction. Focus is placed on current research and best practices that lead to pupil success and accomplishment. Russell is genuinely a people person. He is a good listener and enjoys meeting and talking with fellow educators about all areas of pedagogy.
Russell is very resourceful with a strong dedication to working with all school staff in providing fun and effective classroom experiences. An educator himself, Russell understands the importance of identifying and meeting the varying needs of a diverse pupil population. Russell works collaboratively with administrators and teachers to bring out the very best in students through the utilization of best practices based on current knowledge and data.
Russell is a current educator working in elementary classrooms in south Jersey. He is an adjunct Professor at Rowan University in the department of interdisciplinary and inclusive education where he supervises students conducting their clinical practice. Russell has degrees in Elementary Education and Educational Administration. He is highly experienced in implementing the NJ State Science Standards in instruction, designing, and implementing differentiated lessons and preparing leveled assessments centered on the unique interests and abilities of each learner.
When not coaching or participating in professional development, Russell can be found helping on the family blueberry farm, working in his garden, and if lucky, boating and fishing in the Mullica River.