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Shannon Bogle

Shannon Bogle is the director for networks and the academy at Learning Forward. She designs networks and content, builds capacity in state and district educators through network coaching, and manages the strategy and operations for the Academy.
A 2019 Learning Forward Academy graduate, Shannon is also a certified as an instructional coach through the Lastinger Center for Learning at the University of Florida. She has more than twenty years in K-12 education as a teacher, instructional coach, and supervisor in Hillsborough County Public Schools in Florida. Most recently, Shannon served as a professional development supervisor for the Transformation Network. She was also a member of the team that designed and developed the full-time release mentor program. Shannon holds a Specialist degree in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University.
Shannon is passionate about building teachers’ capacity and improving student learning. The Academy helped shape her leadership and increased her dedication to implementing strong coaching models. She maintains balance in life through training for races and connecting with family and friends.

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    In the world of technology, a network is a set of computers that communicates with each other using common language or protocols, leading to more efficiency, speed, and quality of processes and outputs. In the professional learning world, we refer to networks as a set of organizations communicating and learning […]
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    If you have ever worked in a school that is being overseen by an organization not linked to the district (e.g. a state receiver or external operator), you understand the unique challenges that teachers and leaders in such schools face every day. One of the challenges is that state mandates and […]
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    It didn’t take Shannon Bogle long to realize she wanted to be a teacher leader. Bogle has been with Hillsborough County Public Schools in Florida, the eighth largest district in the United States, for 17 years, starting as a K-2 classroom teacher. Within a few years, she was a K-5 […]
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