K-12 Literacy Conference

F2018Session 2, Workshop 7: Getting Real: Finding Balance During Your Literacy Block, 6-12

Tricia Ebarvia & Kate Roberts



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[su_row]Tricia Ebarvia is a member of The Educator Collaborative network.  Read her full bio here or request her for consulting or a speaking engagement. 

Tricia Ebarvia has been teaching English at Conestoga High School outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania since 2001. She currently teaches ninth grade World Literature as well as AP English Language & Composition and AP Seminar.   As an educator with 15 years of experience, she believes that developing a love of learning begins with a love of reading—a love she tries to foster each day in the classroom. She also believes that developing student voice is not only an important skill in writing, but a necessary one for students to become engaged, informed citizens.  In addition to teaching,  she serves as a Co-Director for the Pennsylvania Writing and Literature Project (PAWLP), a site of the National Writing Project (NWP), and contributes bi-monthly to the “From the Classroom” column on the PAWLP website and monthly to MovingWriters.org. [/su_row]

[su_row]Kate Roberts is a member of The Educator Collaborative network.  Read her full bio here or request her for consulting or a speaking engagement. 

Kate Roberts is a national literacy consultant, top-selling author, and popular keynote speaker. She taught reading and writing in Brooklyn, NY and worked as a literacy coach before joining the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project in 2005, where she worked as a Lead Staff Developer for 11 years. Her work with students across the country has led to her belief that all kids can be insightful, academic thinkers when the work is demystified, broken down and made engaging. To this end, Kate has worked nationally and internationally to help teachers, schools, and districts develop and implement strong teaching practices and curriculum.  You can learn more about Kate’s work, as well as access videos and other resources, at kateandmaggie.com.


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