Good Sense Education Global Consulting began as a simple conversation between educators. The conversation initially focused on the challenges facing educators but soon turned to the search for solutions. The team quickly realized that these solutions would only be created through global synergy, consistent collaboration and thoughtfully grounding each decision in data.
Our ultimate goal is to connect professional learning communities on each of the seven continents creating a truly unique 21st century vision of school.
Dr. Crystal Taylor is an international educator who has worked in both public, private and charter schools. She began her educational career at an alternative school with middle and high school students and has had the opportunity to serve in various roles from classroom teacher to campus administrator. She is most invested in her work, with her only daughter, who is also her travel companion and best student.
Marlys Diggles is a writer, speaker and career educator from the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Her educational good sense approach is informed by her 29 years in public schools in virtually every role from teacher to administrator at both the local and state levels. In addition to her work as an educator, she works closely with her husband and children to support the local faith community.
There is no question that leaders in education are now faced with challenges that have ushered them into a new era in education as we know it. The emergence of COVID- 19 has caused educators across the world to rethink and analyze traditional education. This book provides tools and thinking maps that will serve as a blueprint to assist educational leaders as they create solutions for schools post-pandemic.
Good Sense Education would love to partner with your school or district as an official global consultant member. If you are interested in making us a part of your team for consultation or professional development services, please complete the Contact Us form. We look forward to working with you and bridging international learning communities.