Reading maketh a full man;
conference a ready man;
and writing an exact man.
–Francis Bacon, On Studies, 1601
Louise E. Miller has 33 years of experience working in North Carolina Public Schools as a classroom teacher, gifted program specialist, assistant principal, curriculum specialist, and literacy coach. She has earned M.A. and Ed.S. degrees from Appalachian State University and is a Nationally Board Certified Teacher in English Language Arts for Early Adolescence. She believes in the constructivist approach and wants to help teachers and students construct their own knowledge through active participation in the learning experience.
“Louise’s expertise and gentle demeanor gave my teachers the confidence to try something new. Now, the teachers take advantage of every opportunity to think like a seminar and the students beg me to listen to their ideas. In a time when educators are competing with technology for students’ attention, this research-based program keeps all students engaged and interactive while teaching them how to think!”
–Beth Upton, Director,
Wilmington Academy of Arts and Sciences