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Stacey Paulson has been working in public education for over 25 years. Her passion for instructional practices and working alongside teachers and leaders to reach their fullest potential drives her dedication in the field. Stacey seeks to understand student and adult thinking which keeps her curious everyday about learning.
Stacey started her career in Denver Public Schools where she has been a teacher, literacy facilitator/coach, assistant principal and Director of Teaching Effectiveness Coaches. She is currently an Instructional Coach Coordinator for Jefferson County Public Schools for over 120 instructional coaches providing professional learning, coaching and evaluation support. Stacey has also served in a mentor role for Regis University for teachers receiving their master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction.
Stacey holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education from Iowa State University, a Master of Arts Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Regis University, and an Administration License from Denver University. She is also a training associate for Adaptive Schools who believes in the potential that teams have to transform and create cultures where students and adults thrive.