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Dr. Dorothy Travis Moore to Hold a Book Signing Event at the NYLA 2022 Annual Conference and Trade Show

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Educators, parents, and curriculum builders will be pleased to meet Dr. Dorothy Travis Moore at her book signing session at the NYLA 2022 Annual Conference and Trade Show. The event will take place on November 3-4, 2022, in Saratoga Springs City Center at 522 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866. Dr. Moore will sign copies of her educational book “Moving Students From Potential to Performance.”

Adults want children to be intelligent, responsible, and genuinely enjoy being themselves. How can schools support children to attain such qualities, mainly if they grow up in an environment far from the ideal? Dr. Moore offers some practical information on how to unlock a child's potential as she shares insights from her remarkable journey as an educator.

Guided with burning passion and God's words, Dr. Moore believes every child has a unique gift to achieve great things in school and life. The book is divided into 3 significant parts and contains 21 chapters that provide practical and time-tested advice on how to help children from different walks of life learn and grow. It is a result of more than 30 years of wisdom as an educator, entrepreneur, and community leader.

“Moving Students From Potential to Performance” points out that a child's greatness depends on his surroundings. It is a brilliant mix of Dr. Moore's memoir and educational guide that shows its readers the necessary hands-on activities and TOMS (Tips on Moving Students). TOMS are Dr. Moore' reflections, ideas, and suggestions. As excellent educational material, the book helps teachers recognize a child's strengths and weaknesses better. In addition, it outlines the relevance of trust and courage to understand the big picture of a child's learning and emotional needs.

Helping learners bring out their best can be challenging, even for the most experienced teachers. Dr. Moore's book will help educators “unstuck” no matter their challenges in helping children, especially those at-risk.

ReadersMagnet will display Dr. Dorothy Travis Moore's book “Moving Students From Potential to Performance.” Dr. Moore will be available to have a talk with her readers on November 4, 2022, from 10:30 to 11:30 in the morning at the ReadersMagnet's exhibit booth____ for the NYLA 2022 Annual Conference and Trade Show. Copies of the book are available on Amazon and ReadersMagnet Bookstore.

Learn more about Dr. Dorothy Travis Moore and her book by visiting her website:
Moving Students From Potential to Performance
Author | Dr. Dorothy Travis Moore
Genre | Educational Book
Publisher | ReadersMagnet LLC
Published date | June 16, 2022
Dr. Dorothy Travis Moore founded Travis Academy in December 1996 and served as its President and CEO with 20 years of devoted service to this organization helping at-risk students find their potential and place in society. Her educational background of 35-plus years has produced many different titles and roles as Principal, Administrator, Special Education Teacher, Therapist, Businesswoman, and Minister, gaining the attention and respect of leaders, peers, students, and the community.

Dorothy also served as a National Educational Consultant with the prestigious National School Safety Center, working as their advocate to promote a secure, safe, peaceful, and nurturing environment for children. Dorothy uses another platform as a motivational speaker to bring awareness to her field of expertise in handling at-risk students and has shared her message with national and international audiences. She believes everyone has a purpose in life, and we must work hard to fulfill the goal, mainly if it includes working with at-risk or challenged students.

Some awards she has received are Top Principal of Leadership, Who's Who Among Executives and Professionals in the United States, the University of Wisconsin Distinguished Alumni Award, and the Alpha Kappa Alpha Central Regional Director's Outstanding Educator Award, to name a few. These many honors chronicle a lifetime spent addressing the needs of children and families who live with financial and emotional instability.

This pioneer woman has enjoyed her passion for educating students over the years but states that her greatest accomplishment is helping children and families. One hundred years from now, nobody will care about the type of house you live in or the kind of car you drive. What will matter is: “Did you make a difference in the lives of children?”

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