Ted Kesler
Ted Kesler, a former staff developer with the Reading and Writing Project, has his Ed.D. in curriculum and teaching from Teachers College. Ted taught grades K, 1, 3, and 4 for 13 years in the New York City public schools. In 1996-97, Ted was the featured teacher in a year-long series of articles by Jacques Steinberg in The New York Times, called “Class 3-223: Mr. Kesler’s Struggle.” In 1998, he received the prestigious Bank Street College Early Childhood Teacher of the Year Award. Ted was a contributing author of Raising the Quality of Personal Narratives, one of the Heinemann First Hand series yearlong curriculum on teaching writing, grades 3 to 5. Ted currently is an assistant professor in literacy, and supervises pre-service teachers and undergraduate education majors.

Ted currently is an assistant professor in literacy at Queens College, the City University of New York (CUNY), and directs the pre-service Masters of Arts in Teaching program, grades 1 through 6.

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