Kathleen Benson Quinn

Kathleen Benson Quinn
Philadelphia, PA
United States

" is a wonderful resource for educators. I use the lessons as exemplars for both my graduate and undergraduate students. Writing and reviewing lessons forces me to think more deeply about the planning and implementation process of literacy teaching and learning and its connection to theory and research."

Kathleen Benson Quinn has been a professor at Holy Family University for 13 years and is currently the director of the graduate reading program and graduate reading clinic and the chair of graduate programs. She teaches courses in reading assessment and research, and supervises undergraduates in the field.

Kathleen is involved in several partnerships with Pennsylvania schools, and has been a member of the International Reading Association for more than 18 years. She has been published in The Reading Teacher, the Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, the Journal of Reading Education, and Pennsylvania Reads. She has also coauthored a book, The Critical Reading Inventory: Assessing Students' Reading and Thinking (Allyn & Bacon/Merrill, 2003).