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Welcome to Sheena Cameron's Website

I have set up this website to share ideas and resources and to provide what I trust will be useful information for teachers. I have seen some brilliant work in classrooms and this is where I can share it with you in the gallery section.

Check out the resources section for downloadable graphic organisers, templates and classrooms signs. Click on links for a collection of great websites that support reading activities, Readers’ Theatre, Three Level Guides, reading comprehension strategies and classroom environment and display. There is also information on my books and where to buy them, plus information on workshops and options for school based professional development.

Please feel free to contact me with your thoughts and ideas.

Sheena Cameron

WHAT'S NEWS?

The Writing Book

The Writing Book is here!

Louise Dempsey and I are happy to announce our new book to support teachers with the teaching of writing is now available.

Visit our website to buy your copy.
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We are travelling around New Zealand presenting some writing professional development workshops and introduce the "The Writing Book" to teachers. Link to the workshops page on The Writing Book website to see the venues.


Sheena Cameron

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About Sheena Cameron

Sheena Cameron is an experienced primary/elementary school teacher who has taught in New Zealand, England and the United States. Her interest in reading and in particular, what to do with students who are working independently when the teacher is with a guided reading group lead to the publication of The Reading Activity Handbook, (Pearson Education 2004).She has also written The Publishing and Display Handbook, (Pearson Education 2006) which looks at setting up creative and interesting classrooms and contains 74 different ways to publish student work.

Her latest book Teaching Reading Comprehension Strategies – a practical classroom guide, (Pearson Education 2009),was released in October 2009. The book is based on current research in reading comprehension and outlines how to translate this into realistic classroom practice.

Sheena has lectured at the Faculty of Education at Auckland University and was Director of Kohia Teachers’ Centre. She currently works in New Zealand and Australian schools facilitating workshops and providing in-school support in the areas of literacy, classroom environment and student publishing. She also facilitates workshops at Kohia Teachers’ Centre at the Faculty of Education at the University of Auckland, New Zealand.