Wendy Custable is the director of applied arts at the award-winning Adlai E. Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire, Illinois. She has been in education for 20 years, beginning her career as a technology education teacher.
In her current role at Stevenson, she leads career and technical education and driver education teams in professional learning, curriculum and instruction improvement, formative assessment, evidence-based grading, and social-emotional learning.
In addition to her teaching and leadership roles, Dr. Custable has been involved in coaching volleyball and softball and is a member of many professional organizations, including Learning Forward and the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.
Dr. Custable earned a bachelor’s degree in industrial technology education from Illinois State University, a master’s degree in educational leadership from Northeastern Illinois University, and a doctorate in Educational Leadership from Loyola University Chicago.
Collaboration for Career and Technical Education: Teamwork Beyond the Core Content Areas in a PLC at Work®
In Collaboration for career and technical education: Teamwork beyond the core content areas in a PLC at Work®, authors Wendy Custable and Paul C Farmer provide guidance for readers who wish to integrate their career and technical education (CTE) programs into the professional learning community (PLC) process. The PLC process is proven to help CTE teachers, who are often singletons, develop rigorous academic standards and best practices to effectively prepare students for their lives after graduation. The authors share vital information and strategies that CTE teachers will need to define their purpose and customise and improve their collaborative efforts in a PLC.Learn MoreA$39.95