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Chris W. Gallagher
  Chris W. Gallagher
Chris W. Gallagher is Associate Professor of English and Coordinator of Composition at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where he teaches undergraduate, pre-service, and graduate courses in writing, teaching writing, rhetoric, and literacy. He is the author of Reclaiming Assessment: A Better Alternative to the Accountability Agenda (Heinemann, 2007), as well as articles in Composition & Rhetoric and Education journals.

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Elaine Garan
  Elaine Garan
Elaine Garan was the recipient of the 2005 Upton Sinclair award for education as one of the ten most influential educators in the country, the Excellence Award for research and scholarship from California.

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Richard Gentry
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  Richard Gentry
Richard Gentry earned his Elementary Education degree from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, and a Ph.D. in Reading Education from the University of Virginia in 1977. For 16 years, he taught Reading Education at Western Carolina University, where he directed the Reading Center. He is well known for his research and writing in literacy education and is currently an independent researcher, author, and educational consultant. His published books include Breaking the Code: The New Science of Beginning Reading and Writing and The Science of Spelling.

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Ann Giddings
  Ann Giddings
Ann Giddings is a teacher with more than 30 years experience in the classroom. Ann lives and works in Indiana.

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Lisa Gilpin
  Lisa Gilpin

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Mary Godley-Sugrue
  Mary Godley-Sugrue
Mary Godley-Sugrue is certified in early elementary and secondary education. She has taught elementary and high school students, and tutored college students in English and English as a Second Language. She earned her B.A. in English from Loyola University, and her Masters in English, Compostion Track from Northeastern Illinois University. Currently, she tutors students in reading and writing as well as preparing high school students for English portions of college entrance exams. She resides in Chicago with her spouse and children.

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Abi Gotthelf
  Abi Gotthelf
Gotthelf is a consultant for LitLife with a focus on reading and writing, K to5. Her work ranges from cross grade curriculum development to one-on-one coaching with individual teachers. Prior to working for LitLife, Abi taught third grade in New York and New Jersey. She is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis and The Bank Street College of Education where she studied Museum and Elementary Education.

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Jasmine Greene
  Jasmine Greene
Jasmine Greene, based in San Diego, California, has been a kindergarten teacher for more than a decade. She has also taught first and second grades during her career.

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Cathleen Greenwood
  Cathleen Greenwood
Cathleen Foster Greenwood is a published writer, teacher, and veteran presenter at professional conferences in teaching and writing. Her students have won awards and recognition, and have published writing in a variety of magazines and journals. In addition to her book for young adults, So, You Wanna Be A Writer? Cathy has published poems, short stories, and essays in The Vineyard Gazette, English Journal (NCTE), English Record and Monograph (NYSEC), and AIM magazine. She received the PBS Channel 13 “Telly” Award, the New York State English Council’s Educator of Excellence Award, Honorable Mention in Poetry from English Journal, and O’Rourke Prize for Distinguished Achievement in Curriculum Design (Grant Wiggins). Professionally active, Cathy is Regional Representative for the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) and is on the executive board of the New York State English Council and Westchester Council of English Educators. Cathy teaches at the Rippowam Cisqua School in Bedford, NY and loves to see young writers in print.

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Nicole Groeneweg
  Nicole Groeneweg
Nicole Groeneweg is the author of Teaching Writing With Mentor Texts in the Primary Classroom.

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