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Regie RoutmanMeet ASCD Author Regie Routman

Regie Routman is a longtime teacher, author, and speaker who is committed to improving the literacy and learning lives of children, especially those in high-challenge schools. 

Her current work involves weeklong school residencies where she demonstrates effective reading and writing practices in diverse classrooms, coaches teachers and principals, and facilitates ongoing professional conversations, all as a catalyst for sustainable, whole-school change. 

Routman's experiences as a classroom teacher, Reading Recovery teacher, language arts coach, and staff developer led her to see schoolwide collaboration and high-level, professional learning as a necessity for increasing and sustaining achievement. As a result, Routman created the residency model where she mentors an entire school to increase engagement, enjoyment, and literacy achievement for all learners.

Regie Routman's recent ASCD work is Read, Write, Lead: Breakthrough Strategies for Schoolwide Literacy Success

Learn more about ASCD author Regie Routman. 

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Coming Soon

Don't forget to look out for these new products coming soon from ASCD:

  • Tools for Teaching Writing: Strategies and Interventions for Diverse Learners in Grades 3–8 by David Campos and Kathleen Fad (August 2014)
  • How to Design Questions and Tasks to Assess Student Thinking by Susan M. Brookhart (August 2014)
  • The Data-Driven Classroom: How Do I Use Student Data to Improve My Instruction? (ASCD Arias) by Craig A. Mertler (August 2014)
  • Motivation Matters, Educational Leadership (September 2014)