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Karen Gartland is a mathematics coordinator and classroom teacher at Groton-Dunstable Middle School. She enjoys working with students of all ages with a focus on conceptual understanding of mathematics through critical thinking and application as well as best practices for integrating technology.
Gravity Goldberg is an international educational consultant and author of five books on teaching. Mindsets & Moves (Corwin Literacy, 2015) put her on the world stage with its practical ways to cultivate student agency, leading to speaking engagements and foreign translations of her work.
Anne Goudvis has been a classroom teacher, staff developer, and adjunct professor of reading and social studies. For the past ten years, she has worked at the Denver-based Public Education and Business Coalition as a staff developer and co-director of the Library Power project.
Mary Lee Hahn has been teaching fourth or fifth graders for over thirty years. She is also a poet, with poems in six anthologies. Mary Lee has a bachelor's degree from the University of Denver in English and Elementary Education and a master's degree from Ohio State University.
Elizabeth Hale worked in the Boston Public Schools for nine years as a third- and fourth-grade teacher and as a literacy coach in K-8 schools. She currently consults with schools and districts on writing and reading instruction and is also pursuing her doctorate degree.
Stephanie Harvey is a regular presenter and keynote speaker at conferences. She speaks on reading comprehension; active literacy; nonfiction reading; writing and research; inquiry-based learning; reading and writing workshop; and the role of passion, wonder, and engagement in teaching and learning.
Shelley Harwayne was born, raised and educated in New York City. She is proud to say that she has been affiliated with the New York City public schools for over half a century having served as a teacher, literacy staff developer, principal, and school superintendent.
Sarah Helmer earned her teaching degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and has taught kindergarten and first- and second-grade multiage classes in southeastern Wisconsin. Although she has written many books in writers’ workshop, this is Sarah’s first time being published.
Carolyn Helmers earned her undergraduate degree from Northern Kentucky University. She was hired, mid-year, right out of her student teaching experience to teach kindergarten at Maddux Elementary where she attended as a child and has remained her entire career.
Eunice Hendrix-Martin is a teacher at Carrillo Elementary School in Carlsbad, California. She has been teaching for thirty-one years. Eunice says that she has always been interested in the developmental stages children go through to become unique individuals.
Katherine Mills Hernandez grew up in Brooklyn and Haines Falls (in the Catskills), New York, and currently lives in Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains. From earliest memories, writing was a need, more than a passion, and journaling quickly became as routine as the midday meal.
Joanne Hindley, one of the founding members of the Manhattan New School, spends her long school days teaching children and teaching teachers. To her important work at this public elementary school in New York City, Joanne brings many years' experience as a teacher.
Caren Holtzman began her teaching career with Oceanside Unified School District. She was a classroom teacher (grades 2-6) for ten years. She subsequently began her work as a faculty member at the University of California San Diego's Education Studies Program (EDS).
Kathleen O’Connell Hopping, a Lesley University graduate, received her Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction from Boston University. While at Lesley she met Linda Dacey, the professor most responsible for Kathy’s evolving love and understanding of mathematics.
Renée Houser is a literacy consultant and co-author of the What Do I Teach Readers Tomorrow series of teacher resource books. Previously, Renée taught in the New York City public school system, worked as a staff developer at the Reading and Writing Project, and an adjunct professor at Teacher’s College.
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