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Linda Tatman: “From Teaching Teens to Teaching Teachers: Finding a New Voice” in How Teachers Become Leaders by Ann Lieberman and Linda D. Friedrich; National Writing Project Vignette
Alli Wischer: Plymouth Writers Group 10-year composite anthology
Christene Alfonsi: “Hey, Teacher! Get Off That Stage: Assessing Student Thinking with Socratic Seminars,” OJELA 48:1 Winter/Spring 2008 (pgs 65-71).
Coleen Armstrong “Getting Ready for the School Year,” Education Week
Alyssa Boyd: “Rubrics Across the Curriculum: Preparing for the Ohio Graduation Test,” OJELA 46:1 Fall/Winter 2005 (pgs 43-48).
Elizabeth Farris: “Breathing New Life Into an Elementary Reading Workshop” OJELA 51:1 Winter/Spring 2011 (pg 13).
Karla Kincaid: “Summer Delight”, Reminisce Magazine
Jean McLear: ohiorc.org, Harvey Daniels and Literature Circles
Jan McManus: “Seeing and Believing: Teaching Visual Literacy,” Today’s Catholic Teacher, November/December 2009.
Diana Miller: “Engaging Students Using Twenty-First Century Tools,” OJELA 52:1 Winter/Spring 2012 p47.
Mike O’Seasnain: Ohio Teachers Write/OCTELA, Bare Feet on Hot Asphalt (short story)
Mike Sexton: “Rehearsal Methods for Student-Centered Writing” OCTELA 51:2 Summer/Fall 2011 p7
Jill VanHimbergen: “Rethinking Voice in the Writing Classroom: Learning from the Ohio Writing Project,” English Journal Sept 08
Emily White: “Thinking Isn’t Always a Bad Thing: Setting Goals in a Portfolio Classroom,” OJELA 48:1 Winter/Spring 2008 (pgs 24-32).
Brian Woerner: “I Am A Teacher,” OJELA 48:2 Summer/Fall 2008 (pgs 59-60).
Betsy Woods: ASCD, Stop and Jots
Coleen Armstrong: Please Don’t Call My Mother: How Schools and Parent Can Work Together to Get Kids Back on Track, The Truth About Teaching: What I Wish the Veterans Had Told Me
Forrest Brandt: The Class of 67
Maria Childs: Author website (children’s lit)
Katrina Fugate: Intuitive (2014)
John Gaughan: Cultural Reflections: Critical Teaching and Learning in the English Classroom and Reinventing English: Teaching in the Contact Zone
Joanne Lozar Glenn (OWP, 1983) and members of the memoir roundtable: Memoir Your Way. Skyhorse Publishing, NY. 2016
Charley Hoce: Daredevil Dan and Beyond Old McDonald (children’s lit)
Brenda Layman: “Choose Happiness, Not Depression, Today,” article at associatedcontent.com, and Song of Joy
Tom Romano: books
Brian Spiro: Wipe Out Worksheets: Strategies to Engage and Assess (2014)
Betsy Woods: “This I Believe,” essay recorded for Cincinnati Public Radio WVXU
NCTE’S Gallery of Writing
Nicki Baumgartner: “Stress,” poem in NCTE’s National Gallery of Writing, 2009 National Day of Writing
Bonnie Rye: “Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus,” memoir in NCTE’s National Gallery of Writing, 2009 National Day of Writing
Lisa Samuel-Hill: “From Cotton Fields to Air Force One,” essay in NCTE’s National Gallery of Writing, 2009 National Day of Writing
Diana Miller: “Life Lessons from Putman Elementary,” vignette in NCTE’s National Gallery of Writing, 2009 National Day of Writing
Jim Brooks: “For some, nothing worse than verse” (Dayton Daily News article)
Tammy Bundy: Blog and reads from her writing during a weekly spot on Sacred Heart Radio’s Son Rise Morning Show
Kurt Dinan: “Long Time Gone,” short story, Dark Scribe Magazine
Sharon Rab: Words matter: Sharon Rab at TEDxDayton - YouTube
Jan Irvin: short story in Mudrock: Tales and Stories
Keith Lehman: Plymouth Writers Group 10-year composite anthology
Lianne Spidel: numerous poems, chapbook, poetry book