Presenters Q-Z 2017

  • Mary Rice, Assistant Professor of Literacy, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
  • Vicki Ricketts, Professional Developer, Striving Readers/Midwest CLC - Springfield, MO
  • Suzanne M. Robinson, Associate Professor of Special Education, University of Kansas - Lawrence, KS
  • Sara Rose, Instructional Coordinator, West Lincoln Elementary, Lincoln Public Schools - Lincoln, NE
  • Amber Rowland, Assistant Research Professor, University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning/ALTEC - Lawrence, KS
  • Chris Schnieders, Teacher, Frostig School - Pasadena, CA
  • Jean Schumaker, Professor Emeritus, KU, Edge Enterprises Inc. - Lawrence, KS
  • Scott Schwartz, Principal, West Lincoln Elementary, Lincoln Public Schools - Lincoln, NE
  • Cathy Spriggs, SIM™ Professional Development Leader - Clovis, CA
  • Julie Stern, Author and Trainer - Washington, DC
  • Anna Stubblefield, Assistant Superintendent - Lawrence, KS
  • Mary Swift, Independent Professional Developer - Eureka, MO
  • Kelly Tess, Principal, The Winnetka Public Schools - Winnetka, Il
  • Sarah Tham, Graduate Research Assistant, University of Kansas - Lawrence, KS
  • Susan Trumbo, Independent Consultant/SIM PD-LS/SLP, Central Academy Middle School - Fincastle, Virginia
  • Barb Vallejo, FUSION Reading Coach - St. Paul, MN
  • Margaret A. Vanderwarn, Instructor, St. Cloud State University - St. Cloud, MN
  • Sue Vernon - Educational Consultant, Social Perspective, LLC - Lawrence, KS
  • Jocelyn Washburn, Coordinator and SIM™ Professional Development Leader, VDOE Training and Technical Assistance Center at Virginia Tech - Blacksburg, VA
  • Craig Wisniewski, Instructional Coach - Glastonbury, CT
  • Sue Woodruff, SIM™ Professional Development Leader - Muskegon, Michigan

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