Professional Development at Research for Better Teaching

Harriet Scarborough

Harriet has over 30 years experience as a K-college educator in the United States and Central America and has served as a literacy specialist, senior academic officer for curriculum, instruction, and professional development, and as an adjunct assistant professor.   A former English teacher, she has trained teachers in many areas including language acquisition strategies, standards-based instruction, Reading Apprenticeship© principles, and collaborative practices, and has been a frequent presenter at state and national conferences.  Her publications include Writing across the Curriculum in Secondary Classrooms: Teaching from a Diverse Perspective and numerous articles for professional journals.  Harriet is particularly interested in leadership development, collaborative practice, adolescent literacy, tiered intervention, and intercultural proficiency.

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