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Lahore (Nov 5-6, 2010)
 
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Mary Louise Holly
Professor, Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum Studies, Kent State University

Mary Louise Holly, a long-time champion of teacher scholars, is the Co-Director of the Igniting Streams of Learning in Science programme where teachers, along with high school, undergraduate and graduate students, work in learning communities to study and develop environmental education and conservation in their local districts.


Ms. Holly works with teachers in cultivating and documenting learning and development in their communities, using action research and case study methods. She is the author and co-author, respectively, of Writing to Grow: Keeping a Personal Professional Journal, Perspectives on Teacher Professional Development (with Caven McLoughlin, eds), and Action Research for Teachers (with J. Arhar and W. Kasten).


In June, Ms. Holly completed twelve years as Founding Director of the Faculty Professional Development Center at Kent State University in Ohio.