Shaun Woodly, Ph.D.
Charged with an unstoppable passion for education, Dr. Shaun Woodly, a Hampton University alum, has left indelible marks on every rung of the academic ladder. From a dedicated K-12 teacher to an inspiring university professor, his impactful journey is fueled by a commitment to transform education. Celebrated as Teacher of the Year and the recipient of several awards for his exceptional teaching, Dr. Woodly’s accolades are a testament to his remarkable influence.
Pioneering new paths to the highest levels of achievement in urban and culturally diverse schools, Dr. Woodly is the visionary architect of the transformative movement, “Teach Hustle Inspire”. He is also the 2X bestselling author of “MC Means Move the Class: How to Spark Engagement and Motivation in Urban and Culturally Diverse Classrooms,” as well as “The League of Extraordinary Educators: The Secret Strategies of Transformational Teachers”.
Dr. Woodly strives to redefine the teaching and learning experience in urban and culturally diverse schools so that the extraordinary gift of education unlocks the potential of every student, in every classroom, regardless of circumstances.
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