An Interview with Anne Schreiber

Landsberger, Joe
November 2007
TechTrends: Linking Research & Practice to Improve Learning;Nov2007, Vol. 51 Issue 6, p6
Academic Journal
An interview with Curriki-Global Education and Learning Community Chief Academic Officer Anne Schreiber is presented. When asked about her reason for being interested in education, she mentions that she have been concerned with education soon after she realized that her talents were more in engaging in curriculum material. She states that her first job was teaching gifted and talented students in a rural school district and believes that writing for children is the most fun thing she does.


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