Camille BlachowiczCamille Blachowicz, PhD, is Distinguished Research Professor Emerita at the National College of Education of National Louis University, where she co-directs the Reading Leadership Institute. She began her career as a classroom teacher and reading specialist and directed the clinical program for reading specialists at National Louis. Best known for her work in vocabulary, Dr. Blachowicz is coauthor of 11 books and more than 200 chapters, articles, and monographs. She has been recognized as an Outstanding Teacher Educator in Reading by the International Reading Association (now International Literacy Association) and named to the Reading Hall of Fame.
All titles by Camille Blachowicz:
Academic Vocabulary in Middle and High School: Effective Practices across the DisciplinesDonna Ogle, Camille Blachowicz, Peter Fisher, and Laura Lang
Teaching Academic Vocabulary K-8: Effective Practices across the CurriculumCamille Blachowicz, Peter Fisher, Donna Ogle, and Susan Watts Taffe
Fluency Instruction: Second Edition: Research-Based Best PracticesEdited by Timothy Rasinski, Camille Blachowicz, and Kristin Lems
Reading Comprehension: Second Edition: Strategies for Independent LearnersCamille Blachowicz and Donna Ogle