Her Big Book of Books and Activities won the Teacher’s Choice Award. Avalos, Ph D Mary Avalos is Assistant Professor and Director of the TESOL Graduate Program at the University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida.
Her contributions to TESOL books include “No Two Learners Are Alike: Readers with Linguistic and Cultural Differences,” in Reading Assessment and Instruction for All Learners, by J. Schrum (ed.) Avalos is a frequent presenter at reading and TESOL conferences. Baer Howard County Public Schools Ellicott City, MD Tanya Baxter Roald Amundsen High School Chicago, IL Danielle R. Proctor Senior High School Utica, NY Yolanda Conder Owasso Mid-High School Owasso, OK Gwenn de Mauriac The Wiscasset Schools Wiscasset, ME Courtney Doan Bloomington High School Bloomington, IL Susan M.
She is also a consultant with the Center for Literacy at UIC.
Hynd Shanahan has been a classroom teacher and has taught reading instruction to elementary-level through college-level teachers.
Mitcham Mohawk High School (Retired) New Castle, PA Lisa Morefield South-Western Career Academy Grove City, OH Kevin M. Putnoki Torrington Middle School Torrington, CT Jane Thompson Rae Cab Calloway High School of the Arts Wilmington, DE Stephanie L.
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Brozo, Ph D Professor of Literacy Graduate School of Education, College of Education and Human Development George Mason University Fairfax, VIrginia Nancy Drew, Ed D La Pointe Educational Consultants Corpus Christi, Texas 78411 iv Susan Floria-Ruane Ed D Professor, College of Education Michigan State University East Lansing, Michigan Nancy Frey, Ph D Associate Professor of Literacy in Teacher Education School of Teacher Education San Diego State University San Diego, California Kimberly Lawless, Ph D Associate Professor Curriculum, Instruction and Evaluation College of Education University of Illinois at Chicago Chicago, Illinois Sharon Fontenot O’Neal, Ph D Associate Professor Texas State University San Marcos, Texas William Ray, MA Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School Sudbury, Massachusetts Victoria Gentry Ridgeway, Ph D Associate Professor Reading Education Clemson University Clemson, South Carolina Janet Saito-Furukawa, MEd Literacy Coach Washington Irving Middle School Los Angeles, California Bonnie Valdes, MEd Independent Reading Consultant CRISS Master Trainer Largo, Florida Teacher Reviewers The following teachers contributed to the review of Glencoe Literature. La Fleur Many High School Many, LA Patricia Lee Radnor Middle School Wayne, PA Linda Copley Lemons Cleveland High School Cleveland, TN Heather S. Lott Aiken Optional School Alexandria, LA Connie M. Ryan Lindenwold High School Lindenwold, NJ Pamela Schoen Hopkins High School Minnetonka, MN Megan Schumacher Friends’ Central School Wynnewood, PA Fareeda J.
Malacarne O’Fallon Township High School O’Fallon, IL Lori Howton Means Edward A. Meitl Howard County Public Schools Ellicott City, MD Patricia P. Pokorak School Without Walls Senior High School Washington, D. Susan Winslow Putnam Butler High School Matthews, NC Paul C. Shabazz Paul Revere Elementary School Chicago, IL Molly Steinlage Bookpark Middle School Grove City, OH Barry Stevenson Garnet Valley Middle School Glen Mills, PA Paul Stevenson Edison Preparatory School Tulsa, OK Kathy Thompson Owasso Mid-High School Owasso, OK v Book Overview How to Use Reading With Purpose .
She has authored a chapter in the book Engaged Reading, edited by John T. iii Advisory Board Special Consultants Dinah Zike, MEd Dinah Zike was a classroom teacher and a consultant for many years before she began to develop Foldables™--a variety of easily created graphic organizers.
Zike has written and developed more than 150 supplemental books and materials used in classrooms worldwide.