Planning Writing Units: Interview With Kathy Tuchman Glass

 
 
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Kathy Tuchman Glass, a consultant and master teacher, is an accomplished author and former classroom teacher with more than twenty-five years of experience in education. She provides customized professional development services to K–12 educators with a focus on areas concerning curriculum and instruction. Among her many topics are differentiated instruction, standards work around English language arts, literacy, instructional strategies and teaching methods across content areas, assessments and rubrics, curriculum mapping, and backward planning for unit and lesson design.

Kathy is invested in increasing educators’ capacity to hone their craft and translate what she teaches to effective classroom practice. An author and dynamic, hands-on trainer, she provides professional development that educators can implement immediately to make a difference in students’ learning.

Kathy earned a bachelor’s degree from Indiana University (Bloomington) and a master’s degree in education from San Francisco State University. Originally a Midwesterner, she now lives in the San Francisco Bay Area and continues to hold a current teaching credential. You can learn more about Kathy by visiting her website.

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Kathy has graciously shared these great resources with us to help us get started planning our writing units!

You can also try out one of our many writing center quick kits!

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