Posts tagged Nancy Frey
Coffee Break with Dr. Nancy Frey

Nancy is kind, patient, insightful, and incredibly knowledgeable about all things literacy. She cultivates an environment that supports her students academic and emotional well-being. These qualities are what make her an effective practitioner, researcher, and a highly influential literacy leader.

Since I’ve known her from the early 2000s, she has advocated for quality instruction and equity for all students. Nancy has helped in my personal growth and development as a literacy educator, and I was fortunate enough to have her co-chair my dissertation.

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Coffee Break with...Aida Allen Rotell

Have you ever met an educator and you thought, "I wish I had them as a teacher." Or "I want my children to have this teacher." For me that person is Aida Allen Rotell.  I've seen her teach, I've seen her present, and presented with her.  She is a fascinating individual!  And very funny.  Aida is a national and internationally recognized Literacy Consultant, whose primary goal is to empower teachers to be intentional, purposeful and positively impact student learning. 

Take a coffee break and a little peak into what drives her in education.

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