Kristina is a Professor in the Department of Middle, Secondary, and Mathematics Education at James Madison University, where she has received the College of Education’s “Distinguished Teacher Award," “Madison Scholar Award,” and the "Sarah Miller Luck ’14, '15 Endowed Professorship for Excellence in Education." Kristina’s ten years teaching in her own classroom and twenty years as an instructional coach and consultant in others’ classrooms help her weave practicality into everything she does. As an author, consultant and ASCD Faculty member, Kristina has partnered with a multitude of schools, districts, and organizations around initiatives related to differentiated instruction, Understanding by Design, digital learning, and classroom assessment. In addition to her numerous journal articles, book chapters, and professional digital pieces, she has published six books: 1) The Flexibly Grouped Classroom: How to Organize Learning for Equity & Growth (ASCD, 2022), 2) Designing Authentic Performance Tasks and Projects (McTighe, Doubet & Carbaugh, ASCD, 2020); 3) Differentiation in the Elementary Grades (Doubet & Hockett, ASCD, 2017); 4) The Differentiated Flipped Classroom (Carbaugh & Doubet, Corwin, 2016), 5) Differentiation in Middle and High School (Doubet & Hockett, ASCD, 2015), and 6) Smart in the Middle (Tomlinson & Doubet, NMSA, 2006). Recently she has published QRGs (Quick Reference Guides) on Improving Student Collaboration with Flexible Grouping (2022) and Principles and Practices of Effective Blended Learning (Doubet & Carbaugh, 2020), . Kristina’s research interests include standards-based grading, detracting/deleveling, and innovative instruction for English Learners.