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Honor Moorman is the Associate Director for Professional Development and Curriculum at Asia Society's Partnership for Global Learning. She was previously an educational consultant supporting the Asia Society’s International Studies Schools Network. For eleven years, she was on the faculty of The International School of the Americas as an English Language Arts teacher, Internship and Service Learning Coordinator, and Dean of Instruction for English and Social Studies. Honor has also taught pre-service teachers at Texas State University and Trinity University and served as a secondary literacy specialist for the North East Independent School District. She was formerly a co-director of the San Antonio Writing Project and associate editor for NCTE’s Voices from the Middle.
Honor is a National Board Certified Teacher, a National Writing Project fellow, a Flat Classroom Certified Teacher, a Google Certified Teacher, a Discovery Education Network STAR, and a reviewer for ReadWriteThink.org. She has presented at numerous professional conferences and her publications have been featured in Classroom Notes Plus, English Journal, The ALAN Review, and Horace: The Journal of the Coalition of the Essential Schools. In 2010 she was awarded second prize and a teacher’s choice award in the PBS Teachers Innovation Awards and was named Teacher of the Year by her colleagues.