Christine King is a K – 8 Math Consultant and Technology Integration Specialist with over 20 years of experience as an educator. As a Teach for America alumni, Christine adheres to the belief that all children can learn given appropriate tools and effective, research-based instruction. Christine holds a Masters degree from Teachers College, Columbia University. She is the author of The Digits Game, N3: No Naked Numbers, and Test-Savvy Math. Christine is an educational consultant who works with schools and districts around the country on elementary and middle school math curriculum, test savvy strategies, technology integration for incorporating and reinforcing 21st century skills and mathematical best practices. In addition, Christine has provided math professional development throughout the United States working with, Math Solutions (Scholastic), The Bureau of Educational Research (BER), AUSSIE, Catapult Learning, and Newton Educational Services.
Beverly Woodburn, having over 30 years of experience in business, brings to CKingEducation the organizational structures needed to run a successful business. She believes that a quality education is the start to fulfilling ones’ dreams. Beverly is energetic and has an eye for detail. Her understanding of how to interact with clients is an invaluable asset to our company. At CKingEducation, Beverly is responsible for finalizing professional development sessions, billing, and ensuring that products are delivered as scheduled.
Sharon Labao is a former assistant principal and math and science educator with over 20 years of experience in K-12 schools, including both public and charter schools. Whether it is in an elementary or high school classroom, Sharon believes that whether students are in an elementary classroom or a high school classroom, they need to be imaginative and creative to be successful in and prepared for 21st century jobs. While the impetus for becoming an educator began in a sociology class at the University of California, at Berkeley, her educational training and philosophies were formed at Teachers College with Dr. Maxine Greene and Dr. Thomas Sobol, the former teaching her the importance of the imagination and the latter, reminding her that the center of our work as educators is always our students. Sharon is an avid student, seeking always to improve her understanding of pedagogy and practice. She holds a Masters of Education in Curriculum and Instruction and a Master of Arts in Elementary Education from Teacher College and is currently taking a year off to complete her dissertation in the Urban School Leadership Program at Fordham University. I am … not yet – Maxine Greene