Andrea Nelson-Royes

“Learning is not attained by chance. It must be sought for with ardor and attended to with diligence.”

– Abigail Adams

Andrea M. Nelson-Royes

Andrea M. Nelson-Royes, Ed.D, is an educational researcher and author who is passionate about education and the promotion of literacy nationwide. She holds a doctoral degree in educational and organizational leadership from Nova Southeastern University in Florida.

Nelson-Royes is the author of Transforming Early Learners into Superb Readers: Promoting Literacy at School, at Home, and Within the Community. This book aids elementary educators, reading specialists, school administrators, private and public educators, parents, and caregivers who want to help early learners become proficient readers.

Her book Success in School and Career: Common Core Standards in Language Arts K-5 provides kindergarten through grade-five educators, school and district administrators and parents with historical perspectives that shaped the common core state standards.

Nelson-Royes’s book Why Tutoring: A Way to Achieve Success in School examines tutoring as a viable strategy to increase academic success in education. The book provides a comprehensive journey through the history and theory of tutoring, from its inception thousands of years ago to its role as a twenty-first-century learning tool.

Her co-authored children’s picture book titled Purr! A Children’s Book About Cats is a nonfiction book that contains a helpful collection of information about domestic cats, as well as information about the most popular types of cats.

Nelson-Royes’s forthcoming books are Families as Partners: The Essential Link to Improved Schools and Stronger Communities and Woof! Human’s Best Friends Dogs.

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Why Tutoring?

A Way to Achieve Success in School

Why Tutoring?: A Way to Achieve Success in School offers educators, school administrators, policymakers, parents, caregivers, and community members a practical and research-driven perspective on tutoring that links theories, research, and practice. The book examines tutoring as a viable strategy to increase academic success in education. In addition, it provides readers with information on establishing tutoring programs within educational institutions or ventures outside formal education, such as after-school study programs. It is a resource that provides stakeholders with an effective educational strategy that helps them meet the demands of twenty-first century learning challenges and enhance academic achievement of all students. This book was a 2016 finalist in the International Best Book Award.

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Success in School and Career

Common Core Standards in Language Arts K−5

Success in School and Career: Common Core Standards in Language Arts K−5 provides kindergarten through grade-five educators and school and district administrators with historical perspectives that shaped the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). In addition, this book provides a rich resource that explains the core components of the CCSS for English language arts for kindergarten through grade five, clarifies the base of research, and delivers handy resources to all such participants.

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Transforming Early Learners into Superb Readers

Promoting Literacy at School, at Home, and within the Community

Transforming Early Learners into Superb Readers: Promoting Literacy at School, at Home, and within the Community aids elementary educators, reading specialists, school administrators, private and public educators, parents, and caregivers who want to help early learners become proficient readers. The early years are the most important for children, because they are the formative years, so it is vital for children to build a solid reading foundation when they are most receptive. Andrea Nelson-Royes contends that if all these individual players collectively help to develop a child’s reading readiness, all children may thrive from a high-quality education and a love of literacy.

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Purr!

A Children’s Book about Cats

Purr! A Children’s Book about Cats is a nonfiction educational picture book intended as a read-aloud and a resource for children in the primary grades looking for a research source. The book contains a helpful collection of information about domestic cats, as well as information about the most popular types of cats. The book is fitting into the elementary school language arts curriculum for the early grades. This book was honored as an award winning finalist in the children’s picture book softcover non-fiction category of the 2015 USA Best Book Award.

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Coming Soon…

Woof! Human’s Best Friends Dogs
Forthcoming Fall 2016

Families As Partners: The Essential Link To Improved Schools And Stronger Communities
Forthcoming Fall 2017

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Andrea M. Nelson-Royes

andrea@andreanelsonroyes.com