Jeanne Anne Craig Ph.D.
Jeanne Anne grew up in Gas City, Indiana and although she has been away for a number of years, she’s been told she has never lost her small-town Hoosier outlook. She considers it a compliment! After graduating from Ball State, she and her roommate Pat decided they wanted to go where there were bright lights, so they made their way to Los Angeles, where she taught Junior High School. Yes, there were bright lights!
After moving to the Seattle area, she got her M.Ed. at the University of Washington and served in the public schools as a school psychologist. She also earned a PhD in Human Development at the Fielding Institute.
Jeanne Anne is the author of the award-winning book, It’s Not How Smart You Are, It’s How You Are Smart, as well as a cookbook/memoir, The Porch Swing Cookbook, which she wrote with her sister Sue. She loves music, especially barbershop style and indulges her hobby by singing in Sweet Adelines choruses and quartets. She also plays jazz piano.
Jeanne Anne and husband Terry have 4 children and 3 grandchildren as well as two misbehaving cats.
Discover the power of parent teacher conferences and unlock a student's potential with The Teachers School Conference Playbook, written by school psychologist and teacher Dr. Jeanne Anne Craig. This book provides step-by-step guidance on how to ensure successful school conferences that will help kids excel in school.
Learn how to apply advanced communication skills and methods from family therapy.
The Teacher's School Conference Playbook,