Beth A. Rogowsky, Ed.D., is a professional learner and teacher. She has 14 years of classroom experience teaching English language arts to middle level learners in both rural and urban settings. In addition, she has developed and taught graduate coursework in teacher education for Penn State University and Wilkes University. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Education (1996) and her Master of Science in Instructional Technology (2000) from Bloomsburg University. In 2004, she received her Master in the Art of Teaching degree from Marygrove College where her collaborative action research led to her Master’s thesis, The Use of Writing Portfolios in the English Classroom. In 2010, she completed her Doctorate of Education from Wilkes University. Her research investigated the effects of cognitive skills training on students’ writing abilities. Dr. Rogowsky was a postdoctoral associate at the Center for Molecular and Behavioral Neuroscience at Rutgers University under the mentorship of Dr. Paula Tallal. Being a post doctoral associate in a neuroscience research center links her previous teaching experience with the science of learning. Currently, Dr. Rogowsky is an Assistant Professor in the College of Education at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania. She can be reached by email at email@example.com
Dominique Smart is a graduate of Rutgers University-Newark where she majored in biological science and psychology. In anticipation of medical school Dominique recognized the importance of strong academic writing skills and integrated the ACES writing strategy into her own writing. Not only was the ACES writing strategy an asset for Dominique in her Literature, History, and Honors courses at Rutgers, but also in her writing intensive Field Ecology and Neuropathophysiology courses, where she was expected to compose extensive lab reports and analyze various books and research articles for scientific research presentations. Most significantly, Dominique utilized the ACES writing strategy during high-pressure standardized assessments including the MCAT and GREs. She is particularly proud of her scores on the writing subsections of the exams. So much pride that she has devoted her spare time to developing and designing the ACES website with Dr. Rogowsky and is hopeful that users of the ACES writing strategy will improve the quality of their writing.
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