Brad Buhrow teaches full time in Boulder, Colorado, and clearly understands the schedules, demands and pressures placed on classroom teachers each day. Being a full time classroom teacher allows him to demonstrate a pedagogy of engagement-one that puts students’ thinking, passions and their excitement to learn about their world front and center. He and his students are featured in the professional development videos participating in content comprehension instruction. Videos include: Reading the World (Goudvis and Harvey, Stenhouse 2005) and The Primary Comprehension Toolkit, (Harvey and Goudvis, Heinemann 2008). Brad is co-author of Ladybugs, Tornadoes and Swirling Galaxies: English Language Learners Discover Their World Through Inquiry (Stenhouse 2006); Comprehension Going Forward(Heinemann 2011); Scaffolding the Comprehension Toolkit for English Language Learners for Primary Grades(Heinemann 2012;) Scaffolding the Comprehension Toolkit for English Language Learners for Intermediate Grades (Heinemann 2012) . Contributions to professional development texts including: Comprehension and Collaboration: Inquiry Circles in Action (Heinemann 2010) and Best Practices 4th Edition: Bringing Standards to Life in America’s Classrooms (Heinemann 2012); Written Conversations (Corwin 2014). He co-authored an article on questioning for Connect, a magazine dedicated to inquiry-based learning. Brad has presented at the CCIRA, NABE, IRA, and NCTE conferences and participated in the, Denver-based, Public Business Education Coalition’ s Research and Practice Symposiums.