Linda FrostImplementation Manager
"Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn."
- Benjamin Franklin
B.S. in Elementary Education, University of Maryland
Ms. Frost is an experienced classroom teacher with extensive experience coaching teachers and supporting schoolwide implementations of Direct Instruction (DI). She was employed with Baltimore City Public Schools—as a curriculum coordinator, teacher tutor for reading and mathematics, and as a reading resource teacher—in addition to her role as a classroom teacher. From 1996-1999 she was a Direct Instruction coordinator employed by Baltimore City Public Schools, with responsibilities for coaching teachers and instructional assistants on DI presentation methods and conducting training sessions to help teachers and instructional assistants increase student proficiency.
From 1999 through the present, Ms. Frost has served as an implementation manager for NIFDI in Baltimore, Georgia, Guam, Hawaii, Louisiana, Colorado, and Nebraska. In addition, she has conducted “coaches’ training” sessions to help prepare select teachers to become coaches for their peers in DI methods in these sites and in Kansas, Wisconsin, and Saipan. In addition, she has presented training sessions at the Annual National Direct Instruction conference. She holds a Master’s of Science in Reading and Elementary Education from Morgan State University as well as a Bachelor’s of Science in Elementary Education from the University of Maryland.