Ginny Lockwood is a former teacher who now consults and provides staff development in reading and writing instruction, curriculum development and instructional leadership across the country. She taught for ten years, including seven years at P.S.116 in Manhattan’s renowned District 2. Ginny prides herself on keeping her own instruction at the center of her consulting work and continues to teach in countless classrooms nationwide.
Much of Ginny’s time is spent supporting schools in New Jersey, Connecticut and New York, which includes those she supports through her affiliation with the Reading and Writing Project at Columbia University’s Teachers College in New York City.
Ginny holds an administrator’s license and collaborates with district leaders, principals, coaches and teachers across the country supporting their work in cultivating strong and productive learning communities which she believes is at the very heart of good teaching.