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Fred Ende
Assistant Director of Curriculum

K-12

  • Curriculum
  • Science
  • Academic standards
  • ESEA
  • STEM education
  • Leadership
  • Blended learning
  • Education technology
  • Professional development
  • Innovative professional development

Fred Ende is the Assistant Director of Curriculum and Instructional Services for Putnam | Northern Westchester BOCES. Prior to this role, Ende served as the Regional Science Coordinator and Director of SCIENCE 21 at PNW BOCES, and worked for ten years in Chappaqua as a middle school science teacher and department chair. He is one of ASCD’s Emerging Leaders, and currently serves as New York ASCD’s Vice President. He has both written and reviewed manuscripts for the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) and ASCD, and has been both a national and regional presenter for ASCD and NSTA. He is an avid writer, and blogs both for his own website as well as for SmartBrief and Edutopia. Fred’s recent book, Professional Development That Sticks, explores strategies that can be used to help design professional learning that makes the most difference for educators. In addition, he is in contract for a second book that will focus on exploring the ways that we can leverage relationships to get great work done.