Activators: Classroom Strategies for Engaging Middle and High School Students

Activators: Classroom Strategies for Engaging Middle and High School Students

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BN ID: 2940149054756
Publisher: Educators for Social Responsibility
Publication date: 12/06/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Nicole Frazier joined ESR as a program consultant and author in 2009. Nicole supports middle and high schools in the areas of data-driven decision making, advisory, and intervention programs, and she helps leadership teams and faculty develop schoolwide systems and practices that support teaching and learning to build an intentional academic culture. In addition to serving as a high school educator for 13 years in diverse high schools, she has worked with at-risk youth in urban areas, rural schools, English language learners, high-performing large comprehensive high schools, and small turnaround schools. Nicole is the co-producer, director, and co-author of Getting Advisory Right: Tools for Supporting Effective Advisories, a four-disc DVD set released by ESR in 2011. Nicole lives with her family in Denver, Colorado.

Donna Mehle joined ESR in 2008 as a program consultant and author after more than 15 years teaching, mostly in New York City public high schools. In addition to her work in the classroom, Donna served as a literacy coach, advisory program coordinator, school leadership team member, New York City Writing Project seminar coordinator and English Department facilitator. As an ESR consultant, Donna supports districts, schools and teachers around the country with student-centered teaching and learning, advisory program design and development, and classroom management and discipline. Donna lives with her husband in Morrisville, Pennsylvania.

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