Sharon S. Dworaczyk
From the words of Vivian Paley, the author of Wally Stories, “What we value, we talk about;” and more importantly, what we value we publish. Children write with a defined purpose in mind from the beginning when they know their work will be published. Find out how to publish children’s work in a variety of ways in the early childhood classroom.
Sharon Dworaczyk has worked with young toddlers through second grade age children for over twenty years. Her education background consists of an undergraduate degree in Elementary Education specializing in Early Childhood and English as a Second Language from Texas A & M University in College Station and a Master’s degree in Early Childhood Education from the University of Houston, Clear Lake. She has trained in the Classroom Storytelling Project from School Literacy and Culture from Rice University in 1996, and has continued with the project as a mentor teacher and seminar leader to date.