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Karen Ansberry

Karen Ansberry co-authored Picture-Perfect Science Lessons to give science teachers the tools they need to help students learn to read and read to learn. As a former classroom teacher, she understands that teachers are crunched for time and need high-interest, ready-to-use lessons that integrate literature, reading strategies, and science.

Anthony-Lengel, Traci

Traci L. Anthony-Lengel

Traci Lengel is a health and physical education teacher in the Pocono Mountain School District. With over 16 years of experience, Lengel's knowledge in motor development, lifelong fitness, health education, and curriculum development has contributed to the success of her insightful educational programs. Additionally, Lengel is an adjunct professor of graduate education at Gratz College of Pennsylvania and The College of New Jersey.

Antonacci, Patricia

Patricia A. Antonacci

Patricia Antonacci is a Professor Emeritus of Education at Iona College. Antonacci entered the teaching profession as a classroom teacher for the middle and elementary grades and continued as a literacy specialist. Her long career in public schools brought her a range of experiences as a teacher at all grade levels including a number of years working in diverse classroom settings.



Appelbaum, Maryln

Maryln S. Appelbaum

Maryln Appelbaum is well-known internationally as an outstanding authority on children, education, and families. She has worked as a teacher, an administrator, and a therapist and has been a consultant throughout the United States. She has written more than 30 how-to books geared exclusively for educators and parents. She has been interviewed on television and radio talks shows and has been quoted in newspapers including USA Today.

Appleman, Deborah

Deborah Appleman

 Deborah Appleman is Professor of Educational Studies and Director of the Summer Writing Program at Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota. Her primary interests include adolescent response to literature, multicultural literature, and the teaching of literary theory to high school students. A high school English teacher for nine years, Deborah works weekly in urban and suburban high schools. 

Arbaugh, Fran

Edith Francis Arbaugh

Dr. Fran Arbaugh is an associate professor of mathematics education at Penn State University, having begun her career as a university mathematics teacher educator at the University of Missouri. She is a former high school mathematics teacher, received a M.Ed. in Secondary Mathematics Education from Virginia Commonwealth University and a PhD in Curriculum & Instruction (Mathematics Education) from Indiana University – Bloomington.

Archibald, Sarah

Sarah J. Archibald

Sarah Archibald is a school finance researcher at the Wisconsin Center for Education Research. She has a PhD in educational leadership in policy analysis (ELPA) from the School of Education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and currently holds an appointment as a lecturer in the ELPA department. Her career at the University of Wisconsin began as an undergraduate in political science; she received her BA in 1993.



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