Elizabeth Rossini is an educational consultant who has been working nationally and internationally in the areas of curriculum, assessment and instruction for 15 years. Her school-based experience spans grades PK–12 and includes teaching, instructional technology, professional development, and both school-based and central office administration. She has also been an adjunct professor at George Mason University and the University of Virginia in the areas of instructional methodology, curriculum and assessment. For the past two years, Elizabeth took a break from full-time consulting to work at the International School Bangkok (ISB) as the Director of Curriculum and Professional Learning. Along with her colleagues at ISB, Rossini is researching ways to broaden students’ opportunities within a formal school structure to encourage more personalized/apprentice-based learning, and greater development of metacognitive thinking. Rossini has an MEd in instructional technology from George Mason University and an EdS with an administrative endorsement from Virginia Poly-technical Institute (Virginia Tech). She is currently completing her dissertation as part of her PhD program at Virginia Tech in educational leadership and policy studies.

Areas of expertise

  • Understanding by Design
  • Curriculum Mapping
  • Classroom assessment and standards-based grading
  • Instructional strategies

Available for consulting work in:

  • North America
  • International locations on all continents