Rosalie Fink, Ed.D., is Professor of Literacy Emeritus at Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. A former classroom teacher and literacy specialist in New York public schools, she received her doctorate at The Harvard Graduate School of Education, where she was an invited Visiting Scholar in Education and won a Spencer Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship. She is the author of many articles and two books chosen by the International Literacy Association as Book Club Selections: Why Jane and John Couldn’t Read: And How They Learned and Inspiring Reading Success: Interest and Motivation in an Age of High-Stakes Testing. Dr. Fink gives workshops and lectures at conferences for teachers, parents, and administrators.
Reading, Writing, and Rhythm: Engaging Content-Area Literacy Strategies
Item Number: 50999
Lead students toward mastering content-specific knowledge and literacy skills with engaging activities such as creating raps, scripts, and discussions. This product uses innovative approaches to teach content-area material by integrating the arts.