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John Dacey

John Dacey, Ph.D., teaches courses in creativity and human development at the Lynch School of Education and the College of Arts and Sciences at Boston College in Chestnut Hill, MA. He also has a small practice as a licensed psychotherapist. John is the author of many books on the subjects of anxiety, creativity, and human development. He has received public service awards and frequently speaks to service groups and school faculties on the subject of creative problem solving.

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Linda Dacey

Linda Dacey, Ed.D., is a professor of education and mathematics at Lesley University where she teaches courses for inservice and preservice teachers. A national and local leader, she is the co-author of numerous instructional materials designed to support the teaching and learning of mathematics. Dr. Dacey began her career in education as an elementary school teacher and still spends significant time in classrooms. Her current research focuses on ways to help teachers meet the needs of diverse students.

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Patricia Dade

Patricia Dade is an experienced Title I Literacy Coach for the Blue Springs school district in Missouri. She has been an elementary educator for the past 26 years teaching K-4 students in rural, suburban, and inner city schools, and has been honored as Teacher of the Year at James Lewis Elementary, a literacy lab school. She has worked closely with noted authors Ellin Keene and Debbie Miller to develop her knowledge of instructional strategies for literacy and coaching techniques. Patricia is a leader in staff development centering on Reader’s Workshop and has co-presented on that topic at the national, state, and local levels.

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Pamela Dase

Pamela Dase, M.A., holds her Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Mathematics Education. She retired from the Columbus City Schools after 36 years in education, teaching courses ranging from seventh grade mathematics through Advanced Placement Calculus. She is a national instructor with Teachers Teaching with Technology, T3, and has received her National Board Certification in Adolescent and Young Adult Mathematics as well the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Mentoring. She has also authored and consulted on numerous mathematics resources for Shell Education and Teacher Created Materials.

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Erika Thulin Dawes

Erika Thulin Dawes, Ed.D. is Associate Professor of Language and Literacy at Lesley University in Cambridge, MA, where she teaches courses in the teaching of writing, reading methods, and children’s literature. Her scholarly interests include social contexts for literacy learning, early childhood and family literacy, and children’s literature in the classroom. Dr. Thulin Dawes is a regular presenter at the national and regional levels, blogs about children’s books, and is a co-author of Learning to Write with Purpose: Effective Instruction in Grades 4-8.

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Gregory A. Denman

Gregory A. Denman, M.A.T., is an instructor at Lesley University and the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. He has written many professional books and articles as well as presented numerous seminars and workshops for teachers around the United States and Canada. He frequently spends time in classrooms and focuses on helping schools align their instructional practices with their state standards.

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Gene Diaz

Gene Diaz, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor at Lesley University. As an educator, ethnographer, visual artist, and former engineer and Fulbright scholar, she teaches across the United States and South America.

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Holly Diehl

Holly Diehl, Ed.D., is currently Assistant Professor at California University of Pennsylvania where she supervises student teachers and teaches reading methods courses. Additionally, she serves as Reading First Consultant for several elementary schools and provides professional development support to teachers in the primary grades. Prior to her work at CALU, she spent 18 years in the public schools as a classroom teacher, Title I resource teacher, curriculum coordinator, and elementary school principal. She has devoted her professional career to helping teachers teach reading and has published several articles on the topic of supporting struggling readers in the classroom.

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Roberta W. Donelson

Roberta W. Donelson has over 25 years experience as an educator, including a general education teacher, special education teacher, behavior specialist, state/national reading consultant, curriculum-based measurement specialist, and Response to Intervention specialist. Roberta overcame her own learning disability and is dedicated to making life better for students who are faced with these sames challenges. She currently works in a school district and owns her own consulating company, providing targeted support and staff development to school districts and states at the national level.

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William J. Donelson

William J. Donelson, Ed.S., has over 25 years experience as an educator, including a Response to Intervention facilitator and state/national consultant. He has served on numerous state boards, task forces, and development teams focused on policy related to Response to Intervention. Bill has worked closely with many progressive school districts and learned from principals and school teams truly dedicated to improving schools and the lives of students.

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Julie Donnelly

Julie Donnelly, M.A., teaches language arts and social studies and has led professional development workshops on guided reading and the integration of these curricula. Julie partners with the University of Michigan in preparing teacher interns in the effective use of small-group reading instruction.

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Mark Donnelly

Mark Donnelly, M.A., is a second career teacher with a background in business administration. He teaches middle school language arts and has spent the last seven years perfecting the delivery of the guided reading curriculum, focusing on motivating and guiding struggling readers.

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Lisa Donovan

Lisa Donovan, Ph.D., is currently Associate Professor in the Fine and Performing Arts Department at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. Most recently she served as Associate Professor of Education and former director of the Creative Arts in Learning Division at Lesley University. A theater artist, educator, and researcher, she has taught internationally in Japan and Israel, and throughout the United States. Her research interests include the impact of arts integration in education, and the role of the arts in developing a sense of voice and identity.

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Loretta Donovan

Loretta Donovan, Ph.D, has been formally involved in educational technology since earning her doctorate from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Loretta has worked as a K-12 teacher, teacher educator, and technology specialist, and is now faculty at California State University Fullerton. She regularly consults with school districts and departments of education on planning, implementing, and promoting technology initiatives. Dr. Donovan also presents at national conferences and is published in journals such as Journal of Research on Technology in Education, Journal of Educational Computing Research, and Learning and Leading with Technology.

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Janis K. Drab Fackler

Janis K. Drab Fackler, Ph.D., is currently a Professional Development Specialist in the Office of Professional Development with Miami-Dade County Public Schools. She has worked in Miami schools for 27 years, serving as an inner-city elementary teacher for grades kindergarten through sixth and as a trainer and developer of professional development. In addition, Jan is an adjunct professor in the College of Education at Nova South Eastern University where she teaches the mathematics-education courses. Jan holds a Doctorate in Mathematics Education from Curtin University of Technology, an Educational Specialist Degree in teaching and learning from the University of Miami, a Masters Degree in Elementary Education from Nova South Eastern University, and a Bachelors of Science degree from Cleveland State University.

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Christine Dugan

Christine Dugan, M.A.Ed., is an elementary school teacher and curriculum product developer. After earning her Master’s degree with an emphasis on language and literacy, Christine went on to become a writer and editor of educational curriculum. She has written numerous resources for Shell Education and Teacher Created Materials.

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Jared DuPree

Jared DuPree, Ed.D., is a principal in the Los Angeles Unifi ed School District. He is also an adjunct professor at the University of Southern California in the masters program teaching mathematics pedagogy. Jared was the K-12 mathematics coordinator for the LAUSD East region. As a former mathematics coordinator, coach, and teacher, he also consults in the area of mathematics instruction, curriculum design, and instructional leadership. He speaks at state and national conferences regarding mathematics teacher preparation.

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Bernadette Dwyer

Bernadette Dwyer, Ph.D., is a professor of Literacy Studies in Education at St. Patrick's College, Dublin City University. Dr. Dwyer is a member and has served as President of the Reading Association of Ireland and is currently on the Board of Directors for the International Reading Association.

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