Honored with the distinguished “Emerging Leaders” award for her groundbreaking work and thought leadership in literacy from the prestigious education organization, Phi Delta Kappa, Intl., Dr. Carroll teaches parents whose kids say, “I hate reading!” how to get their kids off video games and learn to LOVE books.
As a recognized expert in reading for the past 20 years, Dr. Carroll delivers actionable steps to parents in an easy to follow format that even the busiest parents can work into their day. She has fine-tuned her unique system that knows how to grab kids’ attention and keep it focused on the right activities that promote a healthy, well-rounded child who reads because he wants to read. No arguing, no nagging.
“Dr. Carroll is our saving grace! Our son was glued to the TV playing video games night and day. She showed us how to turn him around with love and a firm hand to get him back on track and learn to enjoy reading. At 11 years old, we thought we’d never get Michael to read but we did and now he loves it, all with Dr. Carroll’s guidance!” Holly and Ben, San Francisco
Dr. Carroll has spent 2 decades in public education in New York State as a classroom teacher, elementary principal, Director ofLiteracy and Assistant Superintendent of Schools. She lives in Stamford, CT with her husband where she feeds the birds, keeps a beehive and tends a prolific vegetable garden. Her favorite pastimes are quilting, knitting and...reading!
Recent events: MommyCon NYC 2017, The Wainwright House Spring Program, Mill Stream Retreat House speaker event,Barnes and Noble Educators’ Fairs: Clifton, Paramus, Danbury, Mohegan LakeFeatured in: The Elephant Journal, MindBodyGreen, NY Metro Parent, My Moms’ Group, Red Tricycle, Soho Parenting, PrincipalMagazine, Educator’s Voice, Sage publisher’s college reading textbooks
Recent podcast Interviews: DigitalDads, Pediacast, MomTalk Radio, Bravepreneur, Boy Talk, Maria Dismondy, Mom Talk with Denise LaRosa
Digital books available: Reading Success: From Chaos to Comprehension; Reading Success: From Frustration to Fluency