Adam Azula

Program Development and Training Specialist

Adam Azula’s career in education has given him a unique perspective which he uses to assist NEFEC member districts in their initiatives. Upon graduating from Florida State with a B.A. in International Affairs in 2005, Adam began as a fourth grade classroom teacher and also taught sixth grade science and math. He transitioned to district-level support in 2009 in the Media and Information Services department at the Putnam County School District. Tasked with managing Race-to-the-Top initiatives related to local instructional improvement systems, Adam helped facilitate the implementation of the Skyward student information and business enterprise system in Putnam. In addition, he managed the IT help desk and administered various instructional software used within the district.

Adam started with NEFEC in the winter of 2012 to provide application support to districts specific to the curricular and teacher tools within the Skyward student management system: gradebooks, family and student access, curriculum mapping, standards based grading and report cards, scheduling, surveys, etc. At this time, Adam also became a certified Fierce Conversations facilitator.

Adam now serves as a Program Development and Training Specialist with the Instructional Services Department. In addition to supporting professional learning elements of the Sustainable Educator Evaluation and Compensation (SEEC) grant (TIF round IV), he also focuses on developing regional learning communities under the moniker NEFEC CONNECT. These communities include offerings for Algebra, Geometry, Middle Grades Science, Social Studies, Biology, and Spanish. Starting in 2016/17, NEFEC CONNECT will begin planning cross-district support for new teacher induction.

Adam also works with data in order to help schools and districts reflect on their efforts and ensure that every student and teacher is able to reach their maximum potential. His projects include defining, collecting, visualizing, and analyzin



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