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Kelly Hackett

Kelly Hackett loves literacy and curriculum design. These two areas have been her passion since she started her educational career over 20 years ago. Kelly has been a classroom teacher, national and state level educational consultant, and literacy coach. Kelly has trained many educators at the school and district level on how to understand, design, develop, implement, and evaluate literacy research and activities that support existing curriculum. Kelly’s passion is to help educators and parents understand the research-based literacy components that are critical to reading success.

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Ruth Harbin Miles

Ruth Harbin Miles, Ed.S., currently coaches inner-city, rural, and suburban mathematics teachers and serves on the Board of Directors for the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, the National Council of Supervisors or Mathematics, and Virginia's Council of Mathematics Teachers. Her professional experiences include coordinating the K-12 Mathematics Department for Olathe, Kansas Schools and adjunct teaching for Mary Baldwin College and James Madison University in Virginia, as well as authoring several books on mathematics.

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Rebecca G. Harper

Rebecca G. Harper is an assistant professor at Augusta University. She received her Ph.D. in Language and Literacy from the University of South Carolina and gained hands-on experience as a middle school writing teacher. Dr. Harper is known for her energetic and engaging presentations as well as her passion for literacy. Her research interests include content-area literacy, student conceptualization of writing, teacher beliefs, and critical literacy. She lives in Aiken, SC with her husband, Will, and children, Amelia, Macy Belle, and Vin.

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Colin Harrison

Colin Harrison, Ph.D., is professor emeritus of Literacy Studies in Education at the University of Nottingham. He was a founding editor of the Journal of Research in Reading, president of the UK Reading Association, and chaired the International Reading Association’s Literacy and Technology Committee.

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David L. Harrison

David L. Harrison, Litt.D., is a nationally acclaimed author and poet. He has written more than seventy-five books of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction for young readers, and much of his work has been anthologized in countless others. David holds degrees from Drury University and Emory University and honorary doctorates of letters from Missouri State University and Drury University.

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Jessica Hathaway

Jessica Hathaway, M.S.Ed., earned her B.A. in Psychology from Pomona College and her M.S. in Education from Northwestern University, with a concentration in literacy. She has conducted classroom-based research on the integration of different learning modalities into literacy instruction and spent several years working in the Los Angeles Unified School District teaching early elementary, instructing art enrichment classes, and mentoring novice teachers. Currently, Jessica authors educational resources for teachers and students.

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Roger Heym

Roger Heym, M.A., has been a reading specialist for ten years, working with struggling readers in the first and second grades. He is currently working with two elementary schools in the Natomas Unified School District of Sacramento, California. He holds a Master’s Degree in Reading from St. Mary’s College in Moraga, California. His Bachelor’s Degree is from the University of Oregon.

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Sharroky Hollie

Sharroky Hollie, Ph.D., has spent nearly 25 years in education in varying roles such as a middle and high school teacher, central office program coordinator, assistant professor at California State University Dominguez Hills, and president/Chief Education Advocate for the Culture and Language Academy of Success, a K-8 independent charter school that espouses culturally responsive pedagogy as its primary approach. Currently Dr. Hollie is the executive director of the Center for Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing professional development for educators desiring to become culturally responsive. With the Center, he serves as a national expert, traveling around the country training thousands of teachers each year. Dr. Hollie has written and contributed to several books and articles.

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JoBea Holt

JoBea Holt, Ph.D, is a scientist and author. As a scientist, she has worked at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory focusing on NASA's Space Shuttle Earth-observing missions. In 1995, Dr. Holt created KidSat, a Shuttle-based Earth-imaging camera that used NASA's communications and the Internet to allow students in their classrooms to operate the camera during a mission. As an author, she has written numerous books, magazine and journal articles, and papers.

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Debra J. Housel

Debra J. Housel, M.A., earned a master’s degree from Nazareth College of Rochester and worked as a teacher for more than a dozen years before becoming a freelance writer. She has written and/or consulted on more than 100 titles for the education market, some of them award-winning.

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Barbara Houtz

Barbara Houtz, M.Ed., is Director of Outreach for the Pennsylvania State University Eberly College of Science. She also teaches a course on Scientists Teaching Science for graduate and post-graduate science researchers. Barbara develops and presents professional development workshops on teaching science through inquiry, training both elementary and secondary teachers nationwide.

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Frank Hrbek

Frank Hrbek, M.A., is a well-established educator who has spent the past 40 years teaching middle school social studies in New York City. He earned his Master's in history from New York University. Frank is co-author of the Exploring History and Active History series.

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Sharon Hull

Sharon Hull is currently the Elementary Language Arts Coordinator for the Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District in Texas. Previously, Sharon was a classroom teacher, an Early Literacy Coach, a Reading Recovery Teacher, and an Instructional Dean for grades K-5 at a large bilingual campus.

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Ted H. Hull

Ted H. Hull, Ed.D., served in public education for thirty-two years as a mathematics teacher, K-12 mathematics coordinator, school principal, and director of curriculum and instruction. Ted has coauthored numerous books addressing mathematics improvement and has served as the Regional Director for the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics (NCSM).

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