Christopher Lee’s work has focused on understanding teachers’ informal learning in the context of reform. Sparked by his own experiences of professional learning, he has worked on identifying variables the are most closely associated with increasing professional learning in school- and district-level spaces, all while privileging the experiences of teachers themselves. He is a National Board certified teacher with over ten years of experience teaching at the middle school, high school, and postsecondary levels. He is a social studies content expert and is the co-author of Let the Music Play! (also available through Information Age Publishing), a book of content-related and pedagogical resources centered on the use of music in social studies and history classrooms. Christopher is in the final stages of his doctoral dissertation at the University of Michigan. He earned a Master's degree in Educational Leadership from Saint Leo University and his Master's and Bachelor's degrees in history from the University of South Florida.
Christopher specializes in supporting and sustaining professional learning communities (PLCs) and instructional leadership teams; instructional coaching; social studies instruction; Advanced Placement curriculum and instruction; and program evaluation, specifically the use of social network analysis (SNA) to assess and enhance teacher collaboration.
Contact Christopher at firstname.lastname@example.org.