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Catch falling writers in Grades K-3 before feelings of frustration and low confidence develop! This book offers research-based strategies that foster independent writing
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Dr. Connie R. Hebert is a nationally acclaimed teacher of teachers, published author, & motivational literacy speaker. She is dedicated to motivating, teaching, and inspiring educators about literacy, around the world. Experience in the field includes Reading Program Professor, Director of Reading, elementary school teacher in 7 school districts, Reading Recovery™ specialist, elementary music teacher, and national consultant. She is the author of Catch a Falling Reader, Catch a Falling Teacher, and her latest book, Catch a Falling Writer (Corwin Press). She is a senior national consultant for SDE (Staff Development for Educators) and served 3 years as a literacy consultant for Macmillan/McGraw-Hill′s Treasures program. Dr. Hebert is currently a reading program professor for NSU. She has presented keynote addresses and seminars for teachers in 47 states and at numerous IRA national, state, and European reading conferences.
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"Teachers encounter struggling writers every day. Here’s a great guide with practical advice and lots of wisdom―covering everything from pencil grip to the power of praise―that will lift up struggling writers and their teachers." Author: Richard Gentry, Researcher, Author, Educational Consultant Published On: 2009-08-17 “The book pinpoints characteristic behaviors of falling writers and pairs them up with simple-to-use techniques that you can incorporate into your classroom or that parents can use at home with their children to bolster confidence and success.”
“This text is a wonderful reference for teaching writing, with many useful activities.” Author: Pamela Maslin Sullivan, Assistant Professor Published On: 2009-03-30
“The book pinpoints characteristic behaviors of falling writers and pairs them up with simple-to-use techniques that you can incorporate into your classroom or that parents can use at home with their children to bolster confidence and success.”Author: Karla Bronzynski, First-Grade Teacher, Eldora-New Providence Schools, IA Published On: 2009-03-30
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