Stenhouse Authors

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Missy Matthews

Missy Matthews received her bachelor's degree in education from the University of Utah and her master's degree in curriculum and instruction from the University of Colorado at Denver.

Amanda S. Mayeaux

Amanda Mayeaux is a teacher to the core. "When I interact with students and see their excitement about learning, I can't imagine doing anything else," she says. She is the associate principal at Donaldsonville High School in Donaldsonville, Louisiana.

JoEllen McCarthy

JoEllen McCarthy, an educator for 20+ years, is a lifelong learner and literacy specialist who spends her days teaching and learning alongside students, teachers and administrators to support literacy instruction, as well as student-centered collaborative coaching cycles.

Laurie McCarthy

An avid equestrian, wife, and mother of two, Laurie McCarthy received her undergraduate early childhood degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and master’s degree in critical literacy from Carroll University.

Jennifer McDonough

Jen McDonough is the K–4 Literacy Specialist at the Pine School in Hobe Sound, Florida. Prior to taking on a role outside of her own classroom, she was a first-grade teacher and literacy coach at the Benjamin School in North Palm Beach, Florida.

Deanna Pecaski McLennan

Deanna Pecaski McLennan, Ph.D., is a passionate full-day kindergarten educator, researcher and writer from Southern Ontario, Canada who has spent over twenty years working with young children. Deanna has authored more than thirty articles for number early childhood education journals.

Michelle E. McMartin

Michelle E. McMartin is a classroom teacher with the Nipissing Parry Sound Catholic District School Board who has taught at the primary, junior, and intermediate levels.

Shirley McPhillips

A former classroom teacher, Shirley McPhillips has also worked as a literacy staff developer, writing consultant, educational writer, and poet. For several years she was affiliated with The Reading and Writing Project at Teachers College, Columbia University in New York City.

Vicki Meigs-Kahlenberg

Vicki Meigs-Kahlenberg is an experienced educational consultant and staff developer with twenty years of classroom teaching experience who has never stopped learning.

Glennon Doyle Melton

The daughter of lifelong educators, Glennon Doyle Melton learned the value of a life dedicated to children from her parents. After graduating from James Madison University, Glennon spent six years learning the art of teaching from the gifted staff and students at Annandale Terrace Elementary.

Cathy Mere

Cathy Mere is currently teaching first grade in Hilliard City Schools, Hilliard, Ohio. She has taught kindergarten through sixth grade, most recently teaching and learning alongside students and colleagues at J.W. Reason Elementary as a literacy specialist and kindergarten teacher.

Kate Messner

Kate Messner is the author of Stenhouse professional titles Real Revision (2010) and 59 Reasons to Write (2015) as well as more than two dozen award-winning children's books.

Debbie Miller

Debbie Miller taught and learned from children in the Denver Public Schools for thirty years. Debbie now presents workshops across the country and internationally, and works extensively with schools and districts on long-range planning and development of literacy programs.

Lisa C. Miller

Lisa Miller is an associate professor of journalism at the University of New Hampshire and has worked on digital stories with elementary school teachers and students.

Steve Moline

Steve Moline is a writer, illustrator, and book designer who writes for children under the name of David Drew. He is an honors graduate in English Literature from the University of Sydney, Australia, and was for ten years the education publisher at Methuen Australia.

Leslie Montgomery

Leslie Montgomery is an intermediate-grades teacher at Gavin H. Cochran Elementary in Louisville, Kentucky. After beginning her undergraduate degree in California and working for the Homes for the Homeless Residential Camping Program in New York City, Leslie returned to Louisville.

Bruce Morgan

Bruce Morgan has been a classroom teacher in Douglas County (Colorado) Schools for twenty-five years, in various grade levels and roles: grades 3-6 teacher, gifted cluster classroom, literacy immersion classroom for six years, and district reading specialist for two years.

Norah Morgan

Norah Morgan was an adjunct professor at Brock University. She passed away November 11, 2004.

Chrisie Moritz

Chrisie Moritz is a National Board certified literacy coach in Fairfax County, Virginia, where she teaches, facilitates professional development sessions, and coaches other educators.

Lesley Mandel Morrow

Lesley Mandel Morrow is a Professor of Literacy at Rutgers University's Graduate School of Education, where she is Chair of the Department of Learning and Teaching.

Joan Moser

Joan Moser’s passion for meeting each child’s individual needs by discovering where they are and guiding them forward has been practiced and refined in a variety of classroom settings.

Christine Moynihan

Christine Moynihan has been a classroom teacher in K-6 classrooms, a mathematics curriculum specialist, and an elementary school principal in Newton, Massachusetts. She is currently a consultant who works with schools and districts to assist them in improving their quality of education.

Tammy Mulligan

After finding a career on Wall Street unfulfilling, Tammy Mulligan (pictured, right) volunteered as a reading tutor for elementary students. "After just a few sessions I knew I had found my passion," she says.

Diana Neebe

Dr. Diana Neebe is the Director of Teacher Development at Sacred Heart Preparatory, an independent high school in the Silicon Valley, and has been a classroom English teacher in both public and independent schools for fourteen years.

Donna Niday

After twenty years of teaching in public schools, Donna Niday now serves as an associate professor of English at Iowa State University, where she directs the first-year writing program, supervises student teachers, and teaches young adult literature and methods courses.

Christina Nosek

Christina Nosek is a classroom teacher, author, speaker, and passionate literacy education advocate. For the past 20 years, Christina has experienced the classroom from many sides.

Kathryn O’Brien

Kathryn O’Brien loves being in a classroom that hums with energy. Her teaching career has been spent in Ontario’s public system, abroad, and in private schools, spanning every grade at the junior level.

Susan O’Hara

Susan O'Hara is executive director of the Center for Cooperative Research and Extension Services for Schools (CRESS) at the University of California, Davis. Cofounder of the Academic Language Development Network, Susan has extensive experience in teacher professional development.

Deb Odom

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Jill Ostrow

Jill Ostrow taught elementary school for nearly twenty years. She now teaches at the college level and collaborates with teachers in their classrooms.

Gene P. Ouellette

Dr. Gene P. Ouellette (Ph.D) is an internationally recognized researcher in the areas of reading, spelling, and topics exploring the links between oral and written language processes.

Mark Overmeyer

Mark Overmeyer is a native of Colorado, and received his education at the University of Northern Colorado, Colorado College, and University of Colorado at Denver. He has over thirty years of teaching experience, most of it in Cherry Creek Schools in Denver, Colorado.

Brenda J. Overturf

Brenda J. Overturf began her career as a classroom teacher, working for eighteen years at the elementary and middle school levels, before she coordinated K-12 reading for Jefferson County Public Schools in Louisville, Kentucky.

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