Dr. Miller is professor emerita in the Graduate School of Education.
Margery Staman Miller, Professor Emerita
Professional Title: Professor of Education
Areas of Academic Focus and Expertise: Classroom inquiry and its impact in the school setting; adolescent literacy and implications for instruction and assessment; disciplinary literacy; the connection of reading and writing and professional development, and the role it plays for teachers.
Area of Work and Concentration at Lesley: Literacy; reading specialists
Representative List of Recent Courses Taught: Practicum: Interactive Assessment and Instruction for Literacy Learning; Directed Study: Reading and Language Arts; Field Experiences in Literacy Settings
Education: BA, Simmons College; MS, University of Pennsylvania; EdD, University of Pennsylvania
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Dr. Miller is past director of the Language and Literacy Division. A leader in the field of language and literacy, Dr. Miller's books include the best-selling "Literacy and Learning in the Content Areas: Strategies for Middle and Secondary School Teachers." At Lesley, Dr. Miller had a variety of roles, with much of her work focused on literacy and preparing students to be reading specialists. She has had the opportunity to work closely with students as a faculty advisor, mentor, and teacher.
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