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Erika Lusky

Rochester Community Schools
Special Educator, Instructional Coach, CCoT Online Learning Coach
Rochester High School
I am passionate about creating quality relationships to foster agency and identity, specifically in disenfranchised learners. I am advocate for human connections, understanding, thinking, and student voice. I have been working for Rochester Community Schools in Michigan for over 20 years with students from elementary to post-secondary education with neurodiversity. I facilitates professional learning opportunities for educators and administrators in my district, county, and surrounding areas, leveraging businesses, online connections, and excursions to create a Culture of Thinking and infuse Project Zero research and ideas in schools. My special interest lies in Creating Cultures of Thinking online in which I have served as an online coach since it's inception and love doing so! I have been a part of the Project Zero Perspectives Conferences for the past several years as an Interactive Course Instructor and am looking forward to my upcoming trip to Spain. I look forward to following up my previous fellowship at Project Zero's Summer Classroom Institute with my new role as Study Group Leader. I am the co-creator of Enbrighten®, a framework designed to scaffold student speaking, thinking and interactions which has been featured in Dr. Ron Ritchhart's book Creating Cultures of Thinking.