Cheryl Spittler

University of Northern Colorado | Adjunct Instructor

About Me

Cheryl Spittler is an experienced professional developer and teacher with 20 years of classroom experience. Ms. Spittler has her B.S. in Vocational Education (University of Nebraska-Lincoln), M. Ed. In Curriculum and Instruction (Wayne State University). In the summer of 2016 she will receive her Doctorate in Educational Leadership with an emphasis in K-12 Instruction from Grand Canyon University. Cheryl holds certifications in Franklin Covey's Speed of Trust, is an expert in classroom/behavior management, and school climate. Ms. Spittler also has years of experience working with high risk youth including Native American youth.

Recently she has had the unique opportunity to present at the Whatever It Takes Conference in Galesburg, IL. While in Illinois, she worked with the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board Executive Institute providing a one day training for law enforcement and educators to collaborate on the concept of school climate and safety, as well as creating pre-recorded webinars on school climate as it relates to: student safety, interpersonal relationships in school, the school environment and the impact of school climate on teaching and learning. Other presentations include the National School Response Conference in Las Vegas Nevada, January 2016 and the NextGen School Safety Conference, July 2016. Ms. Spittler has been published in the online edition of Maintaining Safe Schools, and the University of Northern Colorado Alumni magazine.

Services Cheryl provides include high quality, educational professional development in:
• Multi-Tiered Systems of Support
• Proactive Classroom Management,
• Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBiS)/Response to Intervention (RTI)
• Safe and healthy school environments

Ms. Spittler has proven talents in leadership development, coaching/mentoring, data analysis, training and group facilitation.

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