Geoff Krall is an experienced educator, blogger, author, speaker, professional developer and mathematician. He taught math in Texas for eight years before moving to Colorado to obtain a masters degree. After that, he joined the New Tech Network of schools as a Math Coach, delivering coaching, training, and professional development to teachers across the country. While there he pioneered Problem-Based Learning as the primary mode of instruction at NTN schools, training hundreds of teachers and dozens of colleagues along the way. 

His first book, Necessary Conditions: Teaching Secondary Math with Academic Safety, Quality Tasks, and Effective Facilitation was published in 2018 and is currently available from Stenhouse Publishers. 

About the website

Feel free to poke around the website. You can check out the blog, featured posts, Geoff’s problem based curriculum maps, or check out Geoff’s Professional Development Services page. 

You can email Geoff or follow him on twitter. Or use the contact page to get in touch.

 
 

7 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi, Geoff – I have a question from our engineering design teacher. I sent your Retrospectus out to all our faculty and in reading it, she found Nguyen used as an adjective in several places. Can you tell me what it is in reference to? Thanks for your help!

  2. Oh, and you’re not currently a teacher, either, Geoff. Yet I would not rule you out as having useful things to say about technology in classrooms.

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