Lynsey Burkins

Lynsey Burkins is a proud educator who has worked for children for the past 18 years. She works towards creating anti-racist spaces where children feel free, have agency, and know they are loved. Lynsey received her Masters Degree from The Ohio State University in Language, Literacy, and Culture. She currently serves third grade students and presents on topics that include using literature to help students make sense of their world and literature as a vehicle to nurture the spirit and minds of students. Lynsey also has a forthcoming book with Franki Sibberson about whole group reading instruction through Heinemann Publishers. You can find Lynsey at @lburkins on Twitter.

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