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Reading Teachers

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@Gardenation - Leon Lenchner (Teacher Librarian, Reading Recovery Teacher, eLearning Instructor (HigherED)

  •      Interested in:  Reading Recovery Inspired Methods and Touch Screen 



Gregory A. Tomevi- Middle School English / Reading Specialist K-12                                         

List r name here if you teach any sort of Reading specialty course K-12  

KEWright -7th gr reading, 2nd chance, Tag rdg., Intense strategies



  • activereader-7th/8th grade strategic reading (advanced) and reading to learn (remedial) in Massachusetts       
  • andrealynnreich-7th/8th grade English/Language Arts, Wisconsin



  • @BOTTURArodrigo Reading Teacher, first and second grade - São Paulo, Brazil




  • CRHeitz - 7th grade Language Arts (co-taught), Iowa
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@heatherhassie -- Reading Specialist at a middle school (6-8) in suburban Philadelphia.  Extremely interested in incorporating Web 2.0 tools to motivate and assist my students with improving their reading.  Brand new to blogging:  http://spinlearnandtossiton.blogspot.com/









  • literacyteam-Middle school literacy team, Menasha, Wisconsin



MissBartel - grade 5/6 teacher - specializing in reading instruction

ms_norris - 7/8th Reading teacher in South Phoenix. into classroom libraries, reading workshop, and inspiring kids in poverty to read. blog.

@MrsOrman 9-12 English/RtI/journalism teacher at 1:1 school in Erie, Illinois; in charge of reading intervention for our high school; author of Hunger Games Lessons











R.   RobinTalkowski  Twitter name.  Middle School Reading specialist (7th grade mostly), Massachusetts; classes for struggling and reluctant readers.  Project CRISS district trainer.  Thinking Maps District Trainer.  New Teacher Induction Program Trainer.  Blog  Reading and Technology    Class Website:  7th Grade Reading 





  • themrsmith - 5th Grade Teacher of Reading & Writing, Georgia. Here's my site, and class wiki!
  • TWRCtankcom - Reading Specialist, Working on building a website devoted to teaching reading.  Active IRA, CRA, & OCRA member.
  • twomshan-twitter name. I am the Literacy Specialist at my school for grades K-8. I am creating the program since our school has never had one before. Looking for colleagues to collaborate with! 


V.   verbickm@district112.org teach 6th, 7th, 8th grade reading intervention in Chaska, MN. Curriculum - Plugged in to Nonfiction by Janet Allen. Wiki - verbick.pbworks.com


W. I'm a certified elementary teacher who is not teaching in a classroom at this time. I volunteer at my children's school,  tutor three students with reading after school, and work on a reading blog.








Comments (8)

Kris Lodrick said

at 4:47 pm on Sep 1, 2009

Eng II - 10th grade - looking for reading assessment tools for secondary students.

Kim Smith said

at 2:14 pm on Sep 25, 2009

Kim Smith - 7th Grade

Kim Mecum said

at 2:15 pm on Sep 25, 2009

Any suggestions for beginners...besides the beginners class?

Kim Smith said

at 2:15 pm on Sep 25, 2009

Does anyone use online chat rooms or wikis to post discussion questions for your students? I would like to find something that my students can post their opinions and comments to where other kids can read and also respond.

Michelle Breum said

at 8:05 am on Mar 27, 2010

I have a blog called Beginning Reading Help. I've tried to organized my posts, so you can find what you need. Check out my Reading Resources to Share page: http://beginningreadinghelp.blogspot.com/p/reading-resources-to-share.html

Joan Azarva said

at 12:25 pm on Jun 24, 2010

Since 1993, my focus as a Learning Specialist has been the critical high school-to-college transition for students with learning disabilities. I am passionate about seeing the postsecondary success rate for this cohort rise, as I feel that many of our students are failing unnecessarily.

I invite you to check out my exciting new blog, Conquer College with LD/ADD, at http://www.conquercollegewithld.com.

If you are the parent of a high school teen, subscribe to my listserve and receive a FREE 55-page downloadable E-Book, Interactive Academic Websites (for high school and college students), that helps make students active learners and takes the tedium out of studying.

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Carlos McCloud said

at 6:34 pm on Jan 12, 2011

Hello, In my class we are reading Wadjet Eye by Jill Rubalacaba, does anyone have a study guide or questions for this novel that they can link to me or send me.

Admin said

at 5:44 am on May 18, 2014

Read this on my pbwiki http://hantuseo.pbworks.com

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