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Erica Herro

Stevenson School
Director of Curriculum and Instruction
Erica Lewis Herro, M.A., BCET Director of Curriculum and Instruction, Stevenson School; Board Certified Educational Therapist; Author, A Review of Research on Teaching Reading Comprehension and the Effect of Frequent Focused Practice (2010); Dynamic Optimism: Mediating Accurate Assessment (2016); Consultant, National Geographic K-5 Reading (2011); Neurodiversity and Differentiation (2016); Presenter, CAIS, Deeper Learning Conference, Learning Forward: 7 Essential Factors to Engage Teachers and Students to Outperform Expectations (2014, 2015, 2016); Lewis and Clark Gender Equity Symposium: A Good Man is Hard to Raise (2016); OESIS: Harkness Philosophy in the PK-8 Curriculum (2017); OESIS: Moving a Faculty-Student Culture Toward Differentiation and Neurodiversity (2017, 2018); International Conference on Teaching, Education & Learning: Neurodiversity and Differentiation (2017); Hangzhou Normal University: Why Before How: Inquiry-Based Instruction (2018); CAAEYC: PK-2 Literacy Instruction: Best Practice in Assessment and Instruction; Professor, UC Santa Cruz Extension: Psychology of Learning, 2008-2012. eherro@stevensonschool.org

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