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Katy Farber

Katy Farber

Katy Farber is a professional development coordinator, author, and former sixth grade teacher from Vermont. She writes about education, parenting, the environment and sustainability for various websites and publications, and lives in the Vermont woods with her family.  Katy works to elevate the voices of students, teachers, and parents, and advocates for children’s health, leadership, authentic learning and deep, powerful service for others and the natural world.

Salamander Sky Cover Image
By Katy Farber, Meg Sodano (Illustrator)
ISBN: 9780999076644
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Published: Green Writers Press - March 9th, 2018

Every spring in the eastern region of the United States, warmer nights with steady rain bring the migration of thousands of spotted salamanders to ponds and pools, often across busy roads. These crossings are magical, and secretive—most people don't even know they happen.

The Order of the Trees Cover Image
ISBN: 9780990973317
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Published: Green Writers Press - May 15th, 2015

Found as a baby, on a bed of moss under an old growth tree, Cedar’s beginning was a mystery. As she began her sixth grade year, Cedar resembled her namesake with her wild mane of brown hair, her sinewy body, and deer-like eyes.

Real and Relevant: A Guide for Service and Project-Based Learning, Second Edition Cover Image
ISBN: 9781475835441
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Published: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers - June 13th, 2017

Real and Relevant provides teachers with a realistic, integrated, and inspirational guide for how to lead service and project-based learning with their students. By engaging in service or project-based learning with students, you are doing nothing less than changing the world for the better.

Why Great Teachers Quit and How We Might Stop the Exodus Cover Image
ISBN: 9781629147482
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Published: Skyhorse - February 17th, 2015

Learn why today’s best teachers are leaving—from the teachers themselves.

Low pay, increased responsibilities, and high-stakes standardized testing—these are just some of the reasons why more talented teachers are leaving the profession than ever before.

Change the World with Service Learning: How to Organize, Lead, and Assess Service-Learning Projects Cover Image
ISBN: 9781607096962
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Published: Rowman & Littlefield Education - January 16th, 2011

Change the World with Service Learning is written in a clear and easy-to-use style designed for the teacher integrating Service Learning into the curriculum.