This episode is the second half of a special 2-part conversation with Regie Routman on the topic “How to establish a classroom and school community based on trust, high expectations, and excellent results.”
Regie is an internationally respected educator and author with more than 40 years of experience teaching, coaching, and leading in diverse schools across the United States and Canada. Her current work and focus involves weeklong school residencies where she does daily demonstration teaching in K-6 classrooms, coaches teachers and principals, and facilitates ongoing professional conversations—all with the goal of raising reading and writing achievement across the curriculum and sustaining whole school change.
She is the author of 14 well-known and influential books, most recently Read, Write, Lead: Breakthrough Strategies for Schoolwide Literacy Success, along with numerous professional articles.
This episode features the second half of the conversation between Regie and host Kevin Carlson. Listen to the first half in our preivous episode.
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On Twitter at @regieroutman
Some of Regie’s work with Owen appears on this site.
One of Regie’s greatest influences was Don Holdaway, the “Father of Shared Reading,” who wrote the book Foundations of Literacy.