Margery Ginsberg: Author, Educator, Education Consultant
Author or co-author of books that apply intrinsic motivation theory to teaching and learning, culturally responsive teaching, adult and professional learning, and educational innovation.
Many of her articles are written for practicing educators who want to discover new ways to reach students with whom they may not have previously been effective.
Dr. Ginsberg’s videos include protocols for lesson study, shadowing students, community walks, data-in-a-day with students and families, and learning walks (classroom visits) with teachers.
For over twenty years, Margery has provided direct service to K-12 schools, colleges and universities for inclusive and intrinsically motivating instruction.
Recipient of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Relating Research to Practice Award, her work builds on experience as a university professor and, for nearly a decade, director of the University of Washington–Seattle doctoral program for aspiring educational leaders.
Margery truly is a role model for all educators.
Margery Ginsberg pragmatically illustrates how teachers can learn from and support students′ rich linguistic and ethnic diversity through inquiry and reflective practice.
Margery Ginsberg effectively blends theory and practice to illustrate how teachers can elicit the intrinsic motivation of all of their students, even in the most diverse classrooms.