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school librarian , Education educator

Lucille Jane Lettow, American school librarian, education educator. Iowa Permanent Profl.Tchg. Certified 1973, Missouri Permanent Professional Teaching Certified 1970. Recipient IEMA/SIRS Intellectual Freedom award, Iowa Educational Media Association, 1990, Lamplighter award, 2000, Regent's Faculty Excellence award, 2007.

Background

Lettow, Lucille Jane was born on March 8, 1942 in Eldora, Iowa, United States. Daughter of Emily Barnhart and Harold W. C. Ziesman.

Education

Bachelor, University Northern Iowa, 1964. Master of Arts in English, University Northern Iowa, 1984. Master of Library Science, University Missouri, 1969.

Career

Junior high teacher Yale-Jamaica-Bagley Community Schools, Iowa, 1964—1966. School library media specialist Cedar Falls Community Schools, 1969—1979. Youth collection library and professor University Northern Iowa, 1980—2008, co-director uni children's literature workshops, 1986—2007.

Achievements

  • Iowa Permanent Profl.Tchg. Certified 1973, Missouri Permanent Professional Teaching Certified 1970.

Membership

Member of Association for Childhood Educational International, International Reading Association, American Library Association, Iowa Educational Media Association (president 1994-1995, Presidential Citation 1995).

Connections

Married Gary J. Lettow, July 25, 1964. 1 child Karl Josef.

father:
Emily Barnhart

mother:
Harold W. C. Ziesman

spouse:
Gary J. Lettow

child:
Karl Josef Lettow