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Nancy Padak

Nancy Padak, Ed.D., is the Principal Investigator for the Ohio Literacy Resource Center and directs the Reading and Writing Center at Kent State University. She has served as editor of The Reading Teacher and the Journal of Literacy Research.

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Stephanie Paris

Stephanie Paris has been in education for over 15 years. She has indulged her passion for education by spending time as an elementary classroom teacher, an elementary school computer and technology specialist, an educational activist, and an author of numerous resources for Shell Education and Teacher Created Materials.

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Christi E. Parker

Christi E. Parker, M.A.Ed., is a gifted specialist at University City Schools in St. Louis, Missouri. She is also an award-winning author, having written over thirty educational resources. In addition, Christi provides instruction on differentiation to future educators at universities around the St. Louis area.

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Louise Pascale

Louise Pascale, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor in the Creative Arts in Learning Division at Lesley University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, and has worked for 25 years in the field of arts and education. Her research focuses on investigating ways singing impacts cultural reference, community building, and education. In 2005 she launched the Children’s Afghan Songbook Project, an internationally recognized project that strives to preserve and redistribute traditional Afghan children’s songs that were almost completely eradicated from Afghan culture.

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Linda H. Pickett

Linda H. Pickett, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Education at Winthrop University specializing in elementary science education. She retired from the Miami-Dade County Public School District after 32 years of service. She taught science in an alternative school for at-risk students, as well as acting as a Professional Development Specialist in the district. Linda holds a Doctorate in Science Education from Curtin University of Technology, an Educational Specialist degree in teaching and learning from the University of Miami, a Master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Florida Atlantic University, and a Bachelor of Science degree from Michigan State University.

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Jeffrey Piontek

Jeffrey Piontek, M.S.Ed, is the science specialist for Hawaii’s Department of Education and the head of Hawaii’s first high-tech school. An acclaimed former science teacher, Jeff is devoted to promoting educational and career opportunities for students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Jeff holds a degree in biology, two M.S.Ed. degrees, and is a doctoral candidate in curriculum and instruction. Born in Brooklyn, New York, Jeff was formerly the Director of Instructional Technology for the NYC Department of Education.

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Vivian Poey

Vivian Poey, M.F.A., is faculty in the Creative Arts in Learning Program at Lesley University. A former teacher, she has worked as an Artist Teacher at Children's Studio School in Washington, DC, and as an artist in residence in Pittsburg.

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Jennifer Prior

Jennifer Prior, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor for Early Childhood and Literacy at Northern Arizona University. Her focus is using environmental print as an instructional literacy tool, family involvement in education, and effective teaching practices. She is the author of numerous teacher resource publications.

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Jennifer Prior

Jennifer Prior, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor for Early Childhood and Literacy at Northern Arizona University. Her focus is using environmental print as an instructional literacy tool, family involvement in education, and effective teaching practices. She is the author of numerous teacher resource publications.

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Jennifer Prior

Jennifer Prior, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor for Early Childhood and Literacy at Northern Arizona University. Her focus is using environmental print as an instructional literacy tool, family involvement in education, and effective teaching practices. She is the author of numerous teacher resource publications.

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Robert Pronovost

Robert Pronovost, M.A.Ed., is an instructional technology coordinator for Ravenswood City School District. His passion and dedication to supporting students and integrating technology have led to him being named the Computer Using Educators Emerging Teacher and an International Society for Technology in Education Emerging Leader in 2012.

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