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Dorothy Taylor
  Dorothy Taylor
Dorothy Taylor is Associate Professor at the Educational Opportunity Center, SUNY at Buffalo, where she teaches English as a Second Language to adult immigrants and refugees. She has taught English language learners from kindergarten to 80 years plus. She has published and presented on reading and writing processes, technology-assisted instruction, and ESOL standards.

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Nicole Taylor
  Nicole Taylor
Nicole Taylor has taught in New York City public schools for more than 7 years. She has tried out many grades, including Pre-K, Kindergarten, gifted first grade, and second grade. She enjoyed teaching all the primary grades. She currently lives in Queens with her husband and beautiful daughter, whom she loves spending time with.

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Teresa Therriault
  Teresa Therriault
Teresa Therriault, M.A., has worked for more than thirty years as a special needs, classroom, talented and gifted, and Title 1 teacher in elementary and middle schools. In addition, she has been a literacy facilitator and District Language Arts Specialist. She has contributed materials and chapters to numerous books and resources. She works across the states as a Literacy Consultant.

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Carol Ann Tomlinson
  Carol Ann Tomlinson
Carol Tomlinson began her career in education as a public school teacher where she spent 21 years as a classroom teacher and in administrative roles. During that time, she taught high school, pre-school, and middle school students in the content areas of English/language arts, history, and German. She also served as Director of programs for advanced and struggling learners and as School Community Relations Coordinator. While a teacher in the Fauquier County (Virginia) Public Schools, she received recognition as Outstanding Teacher at Warrenton Junior High School, Jaycees Outstanding Young Educator, American Legion Outstanding Educator, and Soroptimist Distinguished Women in Education Award. She was named Virginia’s Teacher of the Year in 1974.

Carol is currently William Clay Parrish, Jr. Professor and Chair of Educational Leadership, Foundations, and Policy at the University of Virginia’s Curry School of Education where she is also Co-Director of the University’s Institutes on Academic Diversity. She works with both graduate and undergraduate students, particularly in the areas of curriculum and differentiated instruction. She was named Outstanding Professor at Curry in 2004 and received an All-University Teaching Award in 2008.


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Autumn Tooms
  Autumn Tooms
Autumn Tooms is currently a professor at Kent State University in Kent, Ohio. Before joining the faculty of Kent State, Autumn Tooms was principal at elementary, middle, and senior high schools. She is coauthor with Nancy Padak and Tim Rasinski of The Principal's Essential Guide to Literacy in the Elementary School (Scholastic, 2007).

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Holly Tower
  Holly Tower
Holly Tower, PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Education at Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, ID, and works with teachers studying Elementary Literacy, coaching them to support students so they'll become lifelong readers and writers.


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