Mike Ruyle, EdD, has served as a classroom teacher, athletic coach, school principal, program director, university professor, and professional development presenter over a 30-year career. He led the creation and implementation of the first fully functional, performance-based model of education in Montana and is a recognized authority in the areas of social justice, equity, mindfulness, and trauma-informed care in schools. Mike's leadership experience and dynamic presentation style have made him a sought-after national and international speaker for numerous schools, districts, state agencies, and conferences.
Dr. Ruyle is the author of the book Leading the Evolution: How to Make Personalized Competency-Based Education a Reality, as well as a co-author of The New Art and Science of Classroom Assessment and Cultivating Mindfulness in the Classroom.
Dr. Ruyle earned bachelor of arts degrees in history and English from the University of San Francisco, as well as master’s and doctoral degrees in educational leadership from Montana State University.
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July 9-11, 2019Summit
September 10, 2018Webinar