We’ve been at this work for a long time and we’ve noticed one of the biggest pain points in 21st-century school transformation is effectively engaging and preparing teachers and leaders for the dramatic shifts happening in classrooms. We learned that this is not about tools or models. It’s about culture and empowering educators to facilitate innovation by shifting mindset and reimagining learning. With our team of transformation agents, a.k.a. LINCredibles, we’ve set out on the audacious mission to support every educator, everywhere. Core to our mission and the methodology of Generative Change is that educators must be the agents, not the objects, of change.
Nathalia Montoya Casanova
LINC Operations Manager
Director of School Transformation
Chief Growth Officer
Chief Innovation Officer
Dr. Arnetha Ball
Learning Scientist & Esteemed Researcher
As the Charles E. Ducommun Professor of Education at the Stanford University Graduate School of Education (17 years), Dr. Ball is one of the foremost researchers in teacher professional development. She is the developer of the Model of Generativity, the foundation of LINC’s research-based approach.
Acclaimed Organizational Development Expert
Linwood is the founder and president of Subtle Distinctions, LLC, an organizational development consultancy. Grounded in the neuroscience of experience-based learning, he provides coaching and insight to the LINCredibles and designs powerful experiences that impact our professional development services.
Renowned Blended Learning Educator and Consultant
An innovative teacher and blended learning coach, Catlin is a thought leader and speaker on 21st-century learning. She is the co-author of the bestselling books, Blended Learning in Grades 4-12, Blended Learning in Action, and Creatively Teach the Common Core Literacy Standards with Technology.