T. R. Johnson is an Assistant Professor of English and Director of the Writing Center at the University of New Orleans. He has also taught at Boston University, the University of Louisville, and Bellarmine College. His work on the teaching of writing has appeared in C ollege Composition and Communication , the Journal of Advanced Composition , and Composition Studies .
Janet C. Richards is a professor in the College of Education at the University of South Florida, Tampa, where she teaches courses in literacy theory and methods, writing, and qualitative research. She is Senior Editor of the Journal of Reading Education. Richards is a literacy scholar for the International Reading Association and has worked with classroom teachers and higher education faculty in Thailand, Azerbaijan, Estonia, Pakistan, and Romania. She is a former elementary classroom teacher and writes extensively on preservice and inservice teachers' communication skills.
Patricia D. Hunsader is an adjunct professor at the University of South Florida, Sarasota-Manatee, where she teaches courses in mathematics methods for preservice teachers. She has mathematics classroom teaching experience at both the high school and elementary levels, and her research examines how students' literacy skills and self-efficacy influence their problem-solving practices. She received her Ph.D. from the University of South Florida in 2005.
Rheta N. Rubenstein is a professor at the University of Michigan-Dearborn, where she teaches courses in mathematics and methods for undergraduate preservice and graduate inservice teachers. She is active in NCTM, currently serving as general editor for yearbooks on algebra (2008), geometry (2009), and curriculum (2010). She previously taught secondary mathematics in the Detroit Public Schools, education at the University of Windsor, and community college mathematics at Schoolcraft College. She is interested in mathematics communication and curriculum development and has written several textbooks.