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Is Evidence-Based Writing Instruction Emotional? with Dr. Karen Harris

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Dr. Karen R. Harris, Regents Professor Emeritus at Arizona State University, unveils the secrets behind Self-Regulated Strategy Development (SRSD) and its transformative impact on student writing. Discover how peer exemplars, explicit genre teaching, and self-regulation can revolutionize writing education. Dr. Harris shares practical tips for educators to tackle current challenges and build a supportive writing community.

Learn more about Self-Regulated Strategy Development by reading our blog from Dr. Harris.

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Thought Leader: Dr. Karen Harris

Karen Harris is Regents Emeritus Professor at Arizona State University. An educator for 50 years, she first taught 4th grade in a coal mining community in West Virginia and then adolescents in special education. She developed the Self-Regulated Strategy Development (SRSD) model of strategies instruction based on her experiences as a teacher. SRSD is an evidence-based practice in the What Works Clearinghouse. SRSD works for close reading for informative and persuasive writing and content areas.

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Get to Know the Host: Dr. Cheryl Lundy Swift

Cheryl holds a doctoral degree in Educational Leadership, is a distinguished educational leader, and has been recognized with multiple awards for her achievements. She served as the lead curriculum developer for Learning Without Tears' Get Set for School Language and Literacy curriculum, which received an AEP Distinguished Achievement Award, and was awarded the Investors Bank Educator of the Year Award.

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