The time has finally arrived. The 2022 Teaching Learning Coaching Conference (TLC) begins in just FIVE very short days! This year’s event is officially the biggest conference in TLC history, and with virtual registration open until October 1st, there will be more chances to connect and collaborate than we ever dreamed.

If you are as excited to soak up all of the learning as we are, make sure you don’t miss any of these final #TLC breakout presenters!

Meet more of the #TLC2022 breakout presenters in parts 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 of this blog series.

Breakout Presenters of #TLC2022 (Round 6!)

Mary Webb, Ed.D. is the Director of Instruction in Highland Park ISD and has worked in public education in Texas twenty-five years. She has dedicated twenty of those years to school leadership in the role of Assistant Principal, Principal, and Director of Instruction in suburban and urban school districts.

Mary received her Master’s in Education Administration from Texas A&M Commerceand her Doctorate degree in Education Administration from The University of North Texas. Her dissertation focused on how school systems can create structures for the principal and IC to develop a successful relationship in order to impact student learning.

In addition to her work in public schools, Mary serves as an Adjunct Professor at the University of North Texas. Mary has also facilitated multiple sessions of Courageous Principals at Deloitte University, which focuses on impactful leadership skills for administrators.

Breakout Session: What Does It Take to Build a Great Coaching Program: Learn from Three Excellent School Districts

Jessica Sprick is an education consultant for Safe & Civil Schools. She also provides professional development and ongoing support in behavior supports, attendance, bullying, and active engagement.

Jessica began her career in education as a special education teacher for students with emotional behavioral needs and later became a Dean of Students.

Jessica is a co-author of numerous educational resources, including CHAMPS (3rd ed.), Discipline in the Secondary Classroom (4th ed.) Interventions: Evidence-Based Behavioral Strategies for Individual Students (3rd ed.)The School Leader’s Guide to Tackling Attendance ChallengesFoundations: A Proactive and Positive Behavior Support System (3rd ed.), and Functional Behavior Assessment of Bullying,among others.

Breakout Sessions: 

Building a Systemic Approach to Boost Attendance (virtual only)

Team-Based Approaches to Drive Behavioral Change (virtual only)

Natalie Gray serves as the Director ofProfessional Learning in Northside ISD in San Antonio, Texas. She is a veteran educator with 27 years in the profession, having served as a classroom teacher, department coordinator, campus administrator, and district director.

Natalie holds a bachelor’s degree in history from West Texas A&M University and a Master’s in Educational Administration from Lamar University and has provided professional learning to state and national audiences.

Breakout Session: What Does It Take to Build a Great Coaching Program: Learn from Three Excellent School Districts

Oliver Caviglioli was a headteacher of a special school, wrote several books on visual teaching strategies, and was a trainer in schools and colleges for nearly a decade.

After an inspired visit to the 2008 Berlin VizThink conference, Oliver invented the HOW2s — visual step-by-step guides to teaching techniques. Now, he designs and illustrates books, produces poster summaries of educational ideas, creates visual branding, visualises CPD packages, and makes the occasional presentation in the UK and Europe.

Breakout Session: Implementing Evidence-Informed Coaching and Professional Development. Our Walkthrus experience (virtual only)

Lisa Lande has dedicated her professional endeavors to advocating for teachers and students around the globe. It is her aspiration that every classroom in every school is one that she would want her own three children to learn in.

Dr. Lande is a former high school teacher, college professor, and director of several large-scale school reform projects. She currently serves as a Senior Field Director for the Quaglia Institute for School Voice and Aspirations.

Dr. Lande is a co-author of Teacher Voice: Amplifying Success,Engagement by Design: Creating Learning Environments Where Students Thrive, and The Power of Voice in Schools: Listening, Learning, & Leading Together.

Breakout Session: Student Voice Impact on Instructional Coaching (virtual only)

Check out the full #TLC2022 presenter lineup >>


What is the Teaching Learning Coaching (TLC) Conference?

Join educators and leaders from all over the world at the largest conference designed specifically for instructional coaches and the team members who work with them.

Attend keynote presentations and breakout sessions focused on high-impact teaching strategies, proven instructional coaching practices, and system-change strategies designed to lead to high performance schools.

Virtual Registration includes:

  • Six livestream keynote presentations
  • Access to over 25 pre-recorded breakout sessions for 90 days
  • A copy of Jim Knight’s latest book, The Definitive Guide to Instructional Coaching

Join us virtually on October 3-4, 2022! Experience everything TLC has to offer from the comfort of your home or office, and expect all the same great presenters and learning experiences as our in-person conference. Don’t miss out!


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Meet the Keynote Presenters


Visit our TLC 2022 event page to learn more about this year’s conference. We hope to see you in October!

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