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Lisa Cranston

Lisa Cranston

Name Lisa Cranston
Location Comber, Ontario, Canada
Membership International Reading Association (IRA)
 

"Writing for ReadWriteThink.org is an exciting and rewarding process. I'm able to reflect on current research about effective teaching, student learning, and assessment and then create lessons that can be used by teachers in classrooms anywhere in the world! It is my hope that these lessons will allow more teachers to reflect on their current practice and to find meaningful and relevant ways to engage students of all ages in enjoyable literacy experiences."

Lisa Cranston is the teacher consultant for early years and primary programs for the Greater Essex County District School Board in Windsor, Ontario. Her responsibilities include teacher training for primary numeracy, mentor training, new teacher inservice, and inservice for experienced teachers new to the primary division. She is a member of the International Reading Association, the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, and the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.

Lisa teaches online courses for Queens University. She has a bachelor's degree in early childhood education from Ryerson University, attended Teacher's College at the University of Western Ontario, and received a Master of education from the University of Windsor. She plans to complete her doctorate by 2011.

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