Stenhouse Authors

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Erik Palmer

Erik Palmer is an educational consultant based in Denver, Colorado. He didn't start out as an educational consultant, however. Erik left law school and entered the commodity brokerage business.

Sue Palmer

A former primary teacher and principal, Sue Palmer has written more than two hundred books on all aspects of literacy. She writes regularly in newspapers and magazines, provides inservice courses in schools and universities, and is a consultant with UK publishers, educators, and the BBC.

Tess Pardini

Tess Pardini, a National Board Certified Teacher, has over twenty years of experience working with English language learners. Tess was featured in a video on successful mentoring programs around the nation (ASCD).

Lana Parker

Lana Parker is an Assistant Professor at the University of Windsor’s Faculty of Education. A specialist in language and literacy, Lana has taught at the elementary level and has spent several years as a Mentor Leader.

Diane Parker

Diane Parker has been an elementary school teacher in Connecticut and Hawai'i and is presently a faculty member of the University of Hawai'i College of Education, working with preservice teachers and their mentors during their classroom field experiences.

Emelie Parker

Teaching came naturally to Emelie Parker. "After having three daughters and foster children, having a child care center in my home, and being a Brownie leader, teaching Sunday School, and volunteering in classrooms, I found I was naturally teaching all the time and loved it! I

Ruth Parker

Ruth Parker is a former classroom teacher and has spent over twenty years leading professional development for math teachers in grades K-12. She is currently the CEO of the Mathematics Education Collaborative, preparing the next generation of mathematics teacher leaders for Washington state.

Brenda Parkes

As a staff developer and the author of many shared reading books, including Who's in the Shed?, The Enormous Watermelon, and The Royal Dinner, Brenda Parkes is uniquely placed to write this book.

Karen Pelekis

Karen Pelekis has been an elementary school educator for more than 20 years and is currently a first-grade teacher at Greenacres School in Scarsdale, NY. For the past ten years, she has created a digital inquiry curriculum to teach her young students.

James A. Percoco

James A. Percoco is a nationally recognized history educator with over thirty-three years of service to American education. His books are staples in collegiate social studies methods courses across the United States.

Tonya B. Perry

Tonya B. Perry is a Professor of Secondary English Education and serves as the Executive Director for GEAR UP Alabama and the Red Mountain Writing Project. In addition, she is the director for NCTE’s Cultivating New Voices program.

Gina Picha

Gina Picha’s career in education began in Illinois where she earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a minor in economics and later a master’s degree in education.

JoAnn Portalupi

JoAnn Portalupi likes to introduce herself as a mother, teacher, writer, and artist. Each of these roles informs the work she does in the field of teaching writing.

Joe Potts

Joe Potts (PhD University of Iowa) teaches in the English department at California State University at Long Beach.

Brenda Miller Power

Brenda Power was born in Wayne, Michigan, the daughter of a teacher and an engineer. She received her bachelor's and master's degrees from Michigan State University, and her doctorate from the University of New Hampshire.

Robert Pritchard

Robert Pritchard is a professor of education at Sacramento State University. A frequent consultant for schools, districts, and departments of education, Robert brings extensive experience as a former ESL teacher and reading specialist to his work with teachers and administrators.

Marco Ramirez

Marco Ramirez is an award-winning educator who has successfully transformed schools using mathematics as leverage for change. After working eighteen-hour days as a buyer and broker, Marco did some soul searching and realized that he wanted to have more time for family.

Julie D. Ramsay

When Julie Ramsay was in fifth grade, she was a struggling reader who did not receive the help she needed in the classroom. One day she thought to herself, "I could do a better job teaching than this teacher."

Janine Reid

"Like other idealists of my generation, I became a teacher to make the world a better place," says Janine Reid. "I love making a difference for kids. I love helping them recognize their strength and potential as learners. I love it when a class becomes a community of learners and inquirers.

Johanna Riddle

Johanna Riddle writes and teaches on the topic of integrated learning and multiple literacies, combining twenty five-years of experience as a classroom teacher, art teacher, arts administrator, and media specialist.

Jen Roberts

Jen Roberts is a National Board Certified teacher of English, and the English Department Chair at Point Loma High School in San Diego, California where she wrangles 9th graders into reading more, and supports her colleagues with technology integration.

Pamela Roberts

Writer and artist Pamela Roberts lives in western Massachusetts. When her daughter was involved in a CSL project at school, Roberts became so intrigued that she decided to write a book about CSL.

Lori Jamison Rog

Lori Jamison Rog is a teacher, author, and literacy consultant. She is one of the few Canadians to have served on the Board of Directors of the International Literacy Association.

Joanne Rossi

Joanne Rossi teaches courses and supervises student teachers for the College of Notre Dame in Belmont, California. In her work at the Foster City Reading Institute, she conducts seminars and consults for schools and districts in the state.

Kate Roth

The story of the book Interactive Writing Across the Grades: A Small Practice with Big Results, PreK-5 begins over twenty years ago when Kate Roth was a new teacher. She was trying different methods of instruction to help her first graders learn to read and write.

Regie Routman

Regie Routman is a longtime teacher, leader, and author who is committed to improving the literacy and learning lives of students, especially those in high-challenge schools.

Jennifer Rowsell

Jennifer Rowsell currently teachers undergraduate and graduate courses in literacy education and conducts research studies in the area of new literacies, multimodality, family literacy, and multiliteracies.

Laurie Rubin

For twenty-three years Laurie Rubin taught first and second grades in Ithaca, New York, where nature study became the heart of her curriculum. She currently consults and presents on a variety of education topics including literacy and critical-thinking skills.

Martha Sevetson Rush

Martha Sevetson Rush has taught at Mounds View High School in Arden Hills, Minnesota, for 20 years. Before becoming a teacher, she spent five years as an education reporter for the Wichita Eagle in the early 1990s.

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