Juliana Tapper, M.Ed
Founder, Lead Math Consultant
I am a former high school math support and Algebra 1 teacher and co-teacher having taught, led departments, and led PLC teams at high schools in South Central Los Angeles, East San Jose, and Denver. I also served as a district math coach and TOSA where I led professional development for math and special education teachers across thirteen urban high schools.
Frustrated with the lack of support, resources, and quality professional development for math teachers that work with students below grade level, I founded CollaboratEd Consulting LLC in 2018 and have provided high quality PD to over 1200 secondary math teachers and have been hired by urban schools and rural districts across the US as well as the Colorado Department of Education to increase student engagement and outcomes in mathematics.
My work has been published in NCTM's journal, Mathematics Learning & Teaching, and I am an in demand presenter at national and state conferences including NCTM Annual, CMC North, Colorado Alternative Education Conference, and others. For references, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to bringing my passion and expertise to your school or district!
I'm also a toddler mom, dog mom, wife to an incredible hubby, and obsessed with chai tea. I grew up a beach girl in Santa Monica, California, but relocated just outside of Denver, Colorado in 2017.
Ervin-Kassab, L., Roddick, C., Vickery, A., & Tapper, J. (December 2020). Claim Rule Connection: A Strategy for Justifying Reasoning. NCTM Mathematics Teacher: Learning and Teaching, 113 (12).
Juliana Tapper (2019), review of Time for Change: 4 Essential Skills for Transformational School and District Leaders by Anthony Mohammad & Luis F. Cruz, NCSM Newsletter, 50 (1), pp 26.
Juliana Tapper (2018), review of The Art of Coaching Teams: Building Resilient Communities That Transform Schools by Elena Aguilar, NCSM Newsletter, 49 (2), pp 29.
Co-author (Fall 2017). Fostering Academic Language in Mathematics: University and District Partners Develop a Workshop for In-service Teachers. Southern California Professional Development School News Magazine, 6(2), pp 8.