Dr. Konrad Glogowski is Executive Director at Teachers Without Borders, an international nonprofit organization that advances human welfare through teacher professional development on a global scale by connecting teachers with information and each other. He holds a PhD degree in Curriculum Studies and Teacher Development from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto. His doctoral research focused on the use of blogging communities in education and their impact on the quality of student writing, student engagement, and the changing role of the teacher. Konrad has taught English in grades 7-12 and has worked as a consultant in both public and private sectors. Konrad has presented his research at numerous educational conferences and spent the last seven years researching online communities in education and the role of reflective practice in teacher development. He has worked with pre- and in-service teachers in Canada, the United States, and internationally, most recently in Kenya, Uganda, and Mexico. As TWB's Executive Director, Konrad oversees all of the organization's active programs, as well as the development and implementation of teacher professional development resources, working closely with mentors, partners, teacher-leaders and members, and employing his research and teaching background to ensure that content is relevant for teachers worldwide.
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