Daniel Feigelson
   
Daniel Feigelson is a literacy consultant who has worked extensively in NYC schools and around the country. One of the original members of Lucy Calkins' Teachers College Writing Project, he went on to become one of the most highly regarded elementary reading and writing workshop teachers in the city at Brooklyn’s P.S. 321, and a staff developer in District 15. As a fellow at the University of Pittsburgh’s Institute for Learning, he was one of the group who put together literacy standards for New York and other cities and was featured on several instructional videos and web materials. A co-director of the Office of Research, Development and Dissemination at the NYCBOE, Dan produced curriculum and staff development materials used around the country. He has consulted extensively on upper elementary and middle school reading and writing instruction for teachers and administrators in the San Diego City Schools and in White Plains. After a five year stint as principal of New York City’s highly regarded P.S. 6 (where he was singled out as a “model literacy principal”), he currently works as a Local Instructional Superintendent in New York City’s Region 9. He is currently writing a book for Heinemann Press on weaving the teaching of punctuation into reading and writing workshop.


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