George Lucas Educational Foundation

Nathan Barber

A twenty-year educator, Nathan Barber has served in a number of roles including teacher, coach and administrator. As a writer, Barber has produced several classroom guides for teachers and much online content for test-prep companies. Barber also has written and published thirteen books, mostly in the field of education, as well as a novel called Resurrecting Lazarus, Texas. Barber's most recent project, a manuscript for Routledge/Eye on Education, What Teachers Can Learn from Sports Coaches: A Playbook of Instructional Strategies, just rolled off the presses and is now available from both online and brick-and-mortar booksellers.

Areas of Interest: 
teaching,
leadership,
collaboration,
creativity

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