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Jane Hansen
  Jane Hansen
Jane Hansen, PhD, is a professor at the University of Virginia and a member of an ongoing team of teacher-researchers who study writers of all ages. Dr. Hansen, author of multiple books, including When Writers Read, is also the Director of the Central Virginia Writing Project.


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David L. Harrison
  David L. Harrison
David L. Harrison has written more than 45 books of poetry and stories for young children. He regularly presents poetry and story-writing workshops at schools, conferences, and symposiums, and he is involved in ongoing literacy work in his home state of Missouri. He coauthored Easy Poetry Lessons That Dazzle and Delight with Bernice Cullinan and Using the Power of Poetry to Teach Language Arts, Social Studies, Math, and More with Kathy Holderith.

Recipient of 2007 Missouri Library Association Literacy Award!


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Shelly Harwayne
  Shelly Harwayne
Shelley Harwayne was affiliated with the New York City public schools for more than thirty years as a teacher, staff developer, co-director of the Teachers College Writing Project, founding principal of the Manhattan New School, and superintendent of District #2 in New York City. She has worked as a consultant and keynote speaker throughout the world and has published numerous books including Learning to Confer (Heinemann, 2004), Writing Through Childhood (Heinemann, 2001), Lifetime Guarantees (Heinemann, 2000), and Going Public (Heinemann, 1999). In addition to professional books for educators, Shelley has published two children's books: Jewels and What's Cooking? (Mondo, 1996).

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Stephanie Haskins
  Stephanie Haskins
Stephanie Haskins has spent her career with Staunton City Schools in Staunton, Virginia. During this tenure, she has served as a classroom teacher, differentiation specialist, alternative testing coordinator, and instructional supervisor. Additionally, she has been an adjunct faculty member for a local university and a presenter for school divisions throughout the commonwealth. Presentations have centered around engaging students using best practices and authentic experiences, aligning curriculum and assessment, and differentiating instruction and assessment to meet the needs of all students. In 2008, she was awarded the Dawbarn Award, a prestigious community award recognizing her for "inspiring, encouraging, and fostering learning."

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Kathleen Hayes
  Kathleen Hayes
Kathleen Hayes taught four- and five-year-olds at the Bank Street School for Children for ten years. Currently, she works as a staff developer for Project New Beginnings, providing classroom support to early childhood teachers. A well-respected educational consultant and writer, she has conducted workshops in art, literacy, and curriculum development for many organizations.

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Mary Haymond
  Mary Haymond

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Kathryn Highfield
  Kathryn Highfield
Kathy Highfield teaches fourth and fifth grades at Rose Pioneer Elementary School in Holly, Michigan. She has more than 15 years of teaching experience and is the coauthor of several book chapters and journal articles. Kathy is a frequent presenter at reading conferences and works as a school consultant focusing on literacy instruction and student achievement.

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Deana Hippie
  Deana Hippie
Deana Hippe taught language arts in the Corona-Norco Unified School District in California for 33 years. She was Riverside County, California, Teacher of the Year in 2005 and served as a member of the U.S. Department of Education Teacher-to-Teacher Corps for three years. Deana now teaches workshops in writing instruction to meet state writing standards and in implementing cross-curricular writing.

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Eileen L. Hogan
  Eileen L. Hogan
Eileen L. Hogan received her Ph.D. from the University of Missouri, Columbia, in child development in December 1989. Her research dealt with the interactions between caregivers and parents and the subsequent effect that relationship might have on the care received by the child. She is the director of the early childhood master's program at Emporia State University.

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Kelli Holden
  Kelli Holden
Kelli Holden is author of Lessons for Guided Writing: Nonfiction with Mary Sullivan.

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Kathleen M. Holderith
  Kathleen M. Holderith
Kathy Holderith has taught elementary school for over thirty years. Since 1977, she has worked in the Littleton Public Schools in Littleton, Colorado. She is active in the Colorado Council of the International Reading Association and has served on the Reader Meets Writer Committee, which brings authors to the Colorado State Reading Conference each year. She has given numerous workshops on teaching reading, writing, and poetry in schools and universities, and has been name Who’s Who in American Education. An avowed “book junkie,” she owns more than 7,000 children’s books, and her collection continues to grow.

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Amy Homeyer
  Amy Homeyer
Amy Homeyer is a fifth-grade teacher in the Roxbury School District, Roxbury, New Jersey. She conducts professional development courses for district staff in literacy development at the intermediate level. Amy is a contributing teacher to Critical Literacy: Enhancing Students’ Comprehension of Text (Scholastic, 2004) and Research-Based Reading Lessons for K-3 (Scholastic, 2005). She has also been a presenter at the International Reading Association convention for the past three years. Amy earned her undergraduate degree from Rowan University and her masters degree in reading education from East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania.

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Linda Hoyt
  Linda Hoyt
Linda Hoyt, M.A., is a thirty-year veteran classroom teacher, reading specialist, Title I teacher, Title I Coordinator, staff developer, and curriculum developer. Her special love is creating environments where fiction and nonfiction literacy thrive and children are empowered as readers, thinkers, and decision makers. She is currently working as a full-time author and consulting teacher supporting staff development in districts across the country. Linda has written numerous professional books and video programs, including Revisit, Reflect, Retell; Snapshots;Make It Real: Strategies for Success with Informational Texts; Spotlight on Comprehension; Navigating Informational Texts; Comprehension Strategies; Guided Reading Grades 3-6; and, Literacy Lessons for Interactive Read Aloud.

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Phyllis C. Hunter
  Phyllis C. Hunter

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Kathleen Hurni-Dove
  Kathleen Hurni-Dove
Kathleen Hurni-Dove has more than 25 years of teaching experience in elementary classrooms, and she has been an independent writing consultant for more than 15 years. She presents at local, national, and regional conferences. Kathleen is currently a second-grade teacher in Auburn, Indiana.

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