Beverly Ann Chin enjoys working with teachers and students at all levels of education around the world. As Director of the English Teaching Program at the University of Montana, she teaches undergraduate and graduate courses for beginning and experienced English language arts teachers. Beverly is the author of On Your Own: Writing (Prentice Hall, 1990) and On Your Own: Grammar (Prentice Hall, 1991); Senior Program Advisor for The Reader’s Choice (Glencoe/McGraw Hill, 2000) and Senior Series Consultant for Grammar for Writing (William H. Sadlier, 2000). She appears on The Expanding Canon, a video program sponsored by the Annenberg Foundation and NCTE (WNET-13, 2003). As a past president of NCTE and a former board member of National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, Beverly consults on nearly all aspects of English language arts instruction across all grade levels.
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Senior Project Consultant, 2011 Writing Framework for National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), 2007.
Consultant, Texas A&M University, Commerce, TX, Autumn 2006.
Lead Content Advisor and Web Editor. “Teaching Multicultural Literature in the Middle Grades,”a professional development series of 8 videotapes, produced by Annenberg Foundation/Corporation for Public Broadcasting Foundation in collaboration with WNET-13, 2005.
Literacy Consultant, Expeditionary Learning Outward Bound/Expeditionary Learning Schools, 2000–Present.
Consultant, Blue Mountain College, Blue Mountain, MS, Summer 2005, 2006.
Literary Scholar and Teacher Educator Expert. “The Expanding Canon: Teaching
Multicultural Literature in High School,” a professional development program of 8 videotapes, produced by Annenberg/Corporation for Public Broadcasting Foundation in collaboration with National Council of Teachers of English and Thirteen/WNET, 2004.
Script Writer and On-Screen Consultant. Signs of The Time:Teaching Visual Literacy, a videotape program produced by General Learning Video for Channel One Television and Glencoe/McGraw Hill, December, 1999.
Instructor for Northeastern University, Institute on Writing and Teaching on "Standards in Practice: Education 2000," Martha's Vineyard Island, Massachusetts, June–July 1997.
Consultant for the English Teacher Education Program at Western Montana College, Dillon, Montana, November 1990–February 1991.
Consultant for the Integrated Liberal Studies Program at Rocky Mountain College on “Writing: Process and Product," Billings, Montana, August 1987.
Consultant for Los Angeles City College on "Admissions, Advising, Testing, Placement, and Retention Programs," Los Angeles, California, December 1986.
Consultant for the Integrated Liberal Studies faculty at Rocky Mountain College on "Integrating Writing Across the Curriculum in College Freshmen Courses,” Billings, Montana, September 1986.