Jo Anne Roler

Education Consultant, Independent Contractor

Presenter Biography

Jo Anne Roler has over 30 years of experience in education as a teacher, curriculum chairperson, building leadership team member, mentor, student teacher supervisor, nationwide professional development provider, College Board consultant, adjunct professor, and independent consultant.

Jo Anne received a bachelor’s degree from Purdue University in Social Studies Education with a minor in French Education. She earned her master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction from National-Louis University. She also received National Board Certification in Early Adolescence History.

Jo Anne has over 20 years of experience with the College Board as a contributing author of the AP Social Studies Vertical Teams Guide and as a workshop and institute presenter for various universities. She currently is a member of the College Board Pre-AP National Faculty.

She has served as a consultant for public school districts in Illinois and across the country and presented at multiple conferences.

In addition, Jo Anne has been an adjunct professor for DePaul University, Southern Illinois University, and Dominican University in social studies methods and middle school endorsement classes. She was recognized in the Who’s Who of American Women in 2006 and 2016.

Note: complete resume available upon request

Additional Qualifications

National Board Certification Jo Anne's work includes, but is not limited to: - curriculum mapping and alignment in most content areas K-12 - social studies inquiry, questioning strategies, assessment, etc. - vertical skill alignment - reading and writing in social studies, including DBQ instruction - standards alignment

ROE/ISC Contact

Diane Betts
Region 05 North Cook ISC 1