ELIZABETH ROSE IS…
An emerging voice for a return to sanity in American education, Rose has been a guest on PBS’s To The Contrary, Good Morning Washington (ABC-TV), and big market radio and online shows including The Jim Bohannon Show, America in the Morning, The Laura Ingraham Show, Maggie Linton’s “Urban View” on Sirius XM Radio, FoxNews.com and The Capitol Hill Show with Tim Constantine, to name a few.
An “edu-tainer” who has created music and comedy for stage, film and TV, Rose’s first book, Yo Miz! (1 Teacher + 25 Schools = 1 Wacky Year) is a triple winner. It has won the National Indie Awards-Gold, the Ben Franklin Award- Silver and the Nonfiction Authors Association-Bronze for excellence. She serves on the national Board of Directors and NY Steering Committee of the Society of Composers and Lyricists. Rose has been the go-to moderator for panels on Women in Music, Film and TV. She has produced and hosted local public radio shows on WJFF-FM Radio Catskill and Mosaic, an arts and issues talk show on Educational TV in South Dakota. She wrote and performed Relative Pitch, her one-woman musical comedy produced Off Broadway by the Cherry Lane Theatre’s Mentor Project.
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PRAISE FOR ELIZABETH ROSE
AN ENERGY BOOST FOR TEACHERS AND PARENTS:
Sullivan (NY) Reading Association, Oct. 14, 2015
“Thank you so much for the great talk! I needed it badly. I enjoyed your insight into kids and education.”
– Joy Tunno, Library Teacher
“It was very entertaining and so true!! Bravo!
– Denise Gesvantner, Retired Elementary School Teacher
“Very interesting and entertaining. Thank you!”
– Kimberly VanAken, Elementary Special Education Teacher
“Thank you for being a ‘voice’ on behalf of teachers.”
– Kathleen McCann-Smith
“I appreciate seeing the humor in what we do as educators. Lighten an otherwise difficult task☺”
– Marie Kusner, Self-Contained Pre-K Special Education
“Great stories. Excellent presentation”
– Catherine Stawarz, Director Easter Seals NY Project Excel
COMBINES A SHOW BIZ BACKGROUND WITH A SERIOUSLY FUNNY MESSAGE:
We Need More “Ineffective” Teachers
Your child’s teachers may evaluated “ineffective” if they don’t teach to the test, fill out soul-crushing amounts of paper and force all their students into a cookie-cutter classroom regimen. But these are the teachers who love teaching, learning and helping children to grow into successful adults. Elizabeth honors and characterizes these creative, passionate educators (like the ones who sneak “playtime” into their kindergartens) in every talk and workshop she leads.