Julie Adams, MAT, NBCT

Adams Educational Consulting

Julie Adams (@adamsteaching), is a Nationally Board Certified Teacher, Educator of the Year, and a highly-respected international consultant who has trained over 150,000 educators, coaches, and parents since 2003. 

Her humor and expertise make her a popular Keynote speaker at leadership and educational conferences around the world including:  China, Indonesia, United Arab Emirates, South Korea, Hong Kong, Thailand, and Canada.

Mrs. Adams taught for 14 years in kindergarten-graduate school and is the President and CEO of Adams Educational Consulting and MB Enterprise. She and her consulting team provide on-site training, staff and parent training videos, online training, and coaching and mentoring, to teachers and administrators in both public and private schools.  

She specializes in neuroscience, cognitive capacity, adolescent mental health, digital leadership, school culture, social-emotional learning, instructional leadership, cognitive and instructional coaching, and best practices for literacy, critical thinking and engagement. She advises state departments of education and universities on educational policy, developmental appropriateness and curriculum and instructional design.

Julie is also a best-selling author, providing practical strategies that increase student comprehension and success. 

**Her published books are:

  • Teaching Academic Vocabulary Effectively, Parts I-III

  • Game Changers-7 Instructional Practices that Catapult Student Achievement

  • PDP Cornell Notes- A Systematic Strategy to Aid Comprehension

  • #FULLYCHARGED~140 Battery Charging Maslow & Bloom Strategies for Students, Parents and Staff (out June 1)

Mrs. Adams’ Teaching Academic Vocabulary Effectively workbooks are nine-week units packed with effective lessons and highly adaptable techniques for tailoring academic vocabulary instruction in the classroom. My students’ expository comprehension and critical thinking vastly improved as a result of utilizing her books in class.
— Michelle Harrington, Middle School History and English teacher
Julie’s knowledge, resources and passion for content literacy has been and continues to be extremely valuable, even for math educators. The new Common Core Standards for Mathematical Practices requires students to be better problem solvers and communicators in mathematics. If we want to see the math standards skillfully demonstrated by students, it is imperative that educators create classroom environments and utilize instructional practices that achieve the desired results. Julie’s trainings are a valuable resource that equip ALL educators for the task at hand. Thank you Julie!
— Chris Dell, Director of K-12 Technology & Math, Shasta COE