Jeanie Iberlin, EdD, is an associate for Marzano Research. Dr. Iberlin has thirty-three years of experience in the educational realm. She has served twenty-one years as an administrator and recently retired as the associate superintendent. She was honored as the Wyoming Assistant Superintendent of the Year for her leadership in the areas of formative assessment and standards-based grading, curriculum, and instruction. She has also served as a middle school principal and high school English teacher.
As a research associate and professional development trainer, Dr. Iberlin leads administrators, instructional facilitators, teachers, and other staff members in dynamic presentations of curriculum, instruction, assessment, evaluation, and professional development. Dr. Iberlin earned her undergraduate degree from Chadron State College, her master’s degree from the University of Wyoming, and her doctoral degree from Montana State University. Dr. Iberlin has over twelve years of experience as a trainer, in which she ignites passion and enthusiasm in educators and administrators. She is the author of Cultivating Mindfulness in the Classroom with her colleague Mike Ruyle.