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The Heinemann Fellows: Video Spotlight on Kate Norem


Earlier this year, Heinemann hosted a symposium for its 2014–2015 class of Fellows. Each Fellow gave a presentation on his or her action research project, and afterward sat down to answer some questions. Today, Kate Norem.

What has been the biggest challenge for you in your research?




What do you hope to contribute to the field?


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Kate Norem has been an educator for ten years and is a second and fourth grade teacher at The Bush School. Follow her progress on Twitter here.

Please visit the Heinemann Fellows page to learn more.

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