Scott MIller

Scott MIller

Scott Miller is a master writing instructor working with thousands of K-12 teachers in 42 states to inspire and develop exceptional writing instruction. Scott’s particular areas of expertise are standards-based instruction, assessment, the writing workshop model, the writing process, and the six traits of writing used to define, describe, and assess composition. In recent years, it has been Scott’s mission to understand and articulate the integration of these variables within the context of exceptional, authentic, real-world classroom teaching.

In his role as an Author and Senior Instructional Specialist with Zaner-Bloser, Scott is highly sought after as a presenter and keynote speaker for state and national conferences. In recent months, Scott has also hosted a series of informational webinars viewed by thousands of teachers nationwide on the subject of the writing and technology-based assessments.

During his career in public education it was Scott’s privilege to teach students in all grade levels, Kindergarten through 12. He has also served as a Literacy Coach, Instructional Specialist, and as a Coordinator of Writing Instruction. While employed with Clovis Unified School District, Scott worked with many dedicated administrators and teachers to help establish the “Buchanan Area Writing Project”. The Project successfully articulated a process-based, trait-specific model for writing instruction among nearly three hundred teachers in nine schools.

Scott currently lives in Dallas, Texas and works as an Author & Senior Instructional Specialist for Zaner-Bloser. Scott holds a Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction.

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