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Gerald Coles

Gerald Coles is an educational psychologist who has written extensively on literacy and learning disabilities. He is the author of Reading Lessons: The Debate Over Literacy, The Learning Mystique: A Critical Look at "Learning Disabilities," as well as numerous articles in educational and psychology journals. Formerly a professor at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and the University of Rochester, he now writes full-time and lives in Ithaca, New York.

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Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey share tips and principles of vocabulary instruction from their latest ... Making Word Learning Fun for All Students

Donald Graves (1930-2010), a long-time University of New Hampshire literature professor and prolific... Secrets of a Master Writer: An Interview with Donald Graves

Jim Burke shares how a question-driven classroom engages adolescents of the digital age inside schoo... How big questions engage and motivate students who have grown up digitally