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The Heinemann Fellows: Video Spotlight on Lorilee Cabrera Liberato


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, Lorilee Cabrera Liberato shares her research process, and discusses the intersection of her personal and professional lives. Videos below after the break.

What would you like to share with educators about the research process?



How has the person you are outside of the classroom influenced you professionally?



What do you hope your research will contribute to education?


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Lorilee Cabrera Liberato has been an educator for fifteen years. She is the Cornerstone Literacy Coach in Springfield, Massachusetts. Follow her progress on Twitter.

Please visit the Heinemann Fellows page to learn more.

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