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Frank Serafini

Professor of Literacy Education and Children’s Literature |
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Dr. Frank Serafini is a professor of Literacy Education and Children’s Literature in the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University. Frank has published seven books, including: Interactive Comprehension Strategies: Fostering Meaningful Talk About Texts, Reading the Visual: An Introduction to Teaching Multimodal Literacies, Remixing Multiliteracies, The Reading Workshop, Reading Aloud and Beyond, Lessons in Comprehension, Around the Reading Workshop in 180 Days, Classroom Reading Assessments, and most recently Reading Workshop 2.0: Teaching Reading in the Digital Age. In addition, Frank is an award-winning children’s picturebook author and illustrator and was recently awarded the Mayhill Arbuthnot Award from the International Literacy Association as the 2014 Distinguished Professor of Children’s Literature.

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