About

Beth Moore has over a decade of experience working as a national literacy consultant for the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project (TCRWP) based at Columbia University. This work has taken her into K-8 classrooms all over the country to support teachers and administrators with reading workshop, writing workshop, and all aspects of a balanced literacy curriculum. She has been a contributing author to many TCRWP resources, including the Running Records Assessments, the Curriculum Calendars, the Learning Progressions for Writing, and the Performance Assessments for Reading and Writing.

Beth began her teaching career as a first-grade teacher in Orange, MA and then was a fifth-grade teacher in Newtown, CT. She holds an M.Ed in Curriculum and Teaching from Teachers College, Columbia University. She has taught numerous graduate courses at Columbia University and presents at conferences around the country.

Beth and her family live in the mountains of northern Vermont, not far from where she grew up. She currently works as a district literacy consultant, graduate course instructor, writer, and editor. You can visit her professional website or follow her on twitter to learn more about her work.

Published Work

Units of Study in Opinion, Information, and Narrative Writing. (How-To Writing: Writing to Teach Others, K) with Lucy Calkins and Laurie Pessah, (Heinemann, 2013).

Units of Study for Teaching Reading. (If…Then…Assessment-Based Curriculum, K-2) with Lucy Calkins. (Heinemann, 2015).

Beth also writes weekly for the popular blog Two Writing Teachers.

You can also visit her original blog at tinyreaders.blogspot.com.

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