Dayna Laur’s arc of professional learning began in 1998. Her experience includes Special Ed., Advanced Placement, Department Chair, Career Academy Coordinator, and designing online coursework for adult learners. Her diverse facilitation and coaching expertise has allowed her to interact, globally, with pre-K to post-secondary professionals since 2008. At Project ARC, Dayna strives to empower educators and their learners by implementing authentic learning experiences, a topic she pioneered in her 2013 book, Authentic Learning Experiences: A Real-World Approach to PBL.
Jill Clayton’s arc of professional learning began in 1996. Her experience includes STEM, Network Director, International Baccalaureate Coordinator and Trainer and School Leader. She has worked at the university level, designing transformational leadership programs for aspiring principals. She founded a Spanish Immersion and Dual Language Project Based Learning School in Dallas, Texas. Her extensive professional development background includes training in urban, charter and private schools all over the world. Jill’s philosophy is that relevant learning experiences prepare children and adults to be critical thinkers who use creativity to solve challenges.
Dr. Tim Kubik’s arc of professional learning spans 21 years of teaching in primary through post-graduate learning environments. His experience includes Team Leader of three different interdisciplinary grade level teams, Department Chair, and Associate Head of Upper School. Over the past eight years, he has facilitated workshops for over 5,000 educators from around the world. At Project ARC, Tim brings a spirit of passionate and innovative collaboration to the complex challenges learning organizations face, while striving to offer the same for individual teacher professional development on a personal level.