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Educational researcher

Paula C. Grinnell, American educational researcher.

Background

Grinnell, Paula C. was born on November 16, 1945 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. Daughter of Philip and Mollie (Gastman) Cameron.

Education

Bachelor, University Michigan, 1967. Master of Education, Boston University, 1968. Doctor of Philosophy, Texas Women's University, 1980.

Career

Director Research and Development Carrollton Farmers Branch Indiana School District. Director Summer Literacy Institute University Texas, Richardson. Chair English department Dallas Indiana School District.

Postdoctoral fellow department psychology Yale University, New Haven.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Developing Effective Classroom Tests, Facilitating Children's Growth in Writing, Developmental Pespectives on Writing, Teaching the Learning Disabled, How Can I Prepare My Young Child for Reading?. Contributor numerous articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member Mayor's Task Force, Dallas, 1984. Vice president American Jewish Congress, Dallas. Board directors, program chair career and professional women's division Jewish Federation Dallas.

Member Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, North Central Texas Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (membership chair), North Texas Council of International Reading Association (president), Texas State Council International Reading Association (editor), American Educational Research Association, National Council on Measurement in Education (membership committee), National Council Teachers English, Phi Delta Kappa (president elect).

Connections

Married Frederick Grinnell, June 29, 1969. Children: Laura, Phillip, Aviva.

father:
Philip Cameron

mother:
Mollie (Gastman) Cameron

spouse:
Frederick Grinnell

child:
Laura Grinnell

child:
Phillip Grinnell

child:
Aviva Grinnell