JANE VOGLER CRAGUN
APPLIED HEALTH AND EDUC PSYCHOLOGYjane.email@example.com
424 WILLARD HALL
Jane S. Vogler is an Assistant Professor in the School of Applied Health and Educational Psychology. After working for over 10 years at the K-12 level as a classroom teacher and then as a district-level professional development specialist, she decided to pursue her doctorate in educational psychology at the University of Texas at Austin. She is committed to understanding better how people learn and how to support that learning through instructional practices.
learning in small groups, group processes, individual outcomes, discourse analysis, qualitative research
TEACHING AND CURRICULUM LEADERSHIPqiuying.firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Wang is a quantitative researcher and her research mainly focuses on the language and literacy development of English-speaking children, bilingual children, English Language Learners (ELLs), and Chinese-speaking children. I have examined metalinguistic and cognitive predictors of reading success in these populations. Specifically, I have studied the visual, phonological, morphological, and orthographical processes in vocabulary, word reading, and reading comprehension. My research takes a cross-cultural and cross-linguistic comparative perspective, comparing the literacy development of children from different language backgrounds and from different language learning environments. It aims at both generating reading theories and enhancing reading instruction.
Reading Literacy, Multilingual Education, Reading Motivation, Teacher Education, Digital Literacy, Early Reading Intervention
TEACHING AND CURRICULUM LEADERSHIPhongyu.email@example.com
2444B MAIN HALL
Graduated from East China Normal University with a master?s degree in comparative education and from Louisiana State University with a Ph. D. in curriculum theory, Dr. Wang has engaged scholarship, teaching, and service in the field of curriculum studies through her cross-cultural experiences and studies. Currently she is committed to nonviolence education at local, national, and international levels.
Curriculum Studies, Nonviolence Education, East West Inquiry, Psychoanalysis and Education, Multicultural Education, and College Curriculum and Pedagogy
ASO PROF/WATSON CH
TEACHING AND CURRICULUM LEADERSHIPshelbie.firstname.lastname@example.org
226 WILLARD HALL
Shelbie Witte is an Associate Professor of Secondary Literacy Education and the Chuck and Kim Watson Endowed Chair in Education at Oklahoma State University. She also serves as the incoming director of the Oklahoma State University Writing Project and the director of the Initiative for 21st Century Literacies Research. She studies 21st century literacies and multi-modal approaches to adolescent literacy learning, particularly the intersection of these literacies and literacy pedagogy. She continues to actively serve as a member of various committees and projects of the National Council of Teachers of English and the National Writing Project. She also holds National Board Certification in Early Adolescence/English Language Arts, having taught twelve years in Oklahoma and Kansas. She holds a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis on English Education and Technology from Kansas State University, a M.S. in English Education from Kansas State University, and a B.S. in Instructional Leadership and Academic Curriculum with an emphasis in English Education from the University of Oklahoma. For the past seven years, she served as program coordinator of English Education at Florida State University.
Adolescent literacy, 21st century literacies, English education, teacher education, writing instruction, teaching and technology, young adult literature, popular culture,school films, reading and writing across the content areas, teachers as writers
APPLIED HEALTH AND EDUC PSYCHOLOGYgeorgette.email@example.com
SAHEP, EDUC. PSYCHOLOGY
442 WILLARD HALL
PhD in School Psychology, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Licensed Health Service Psychologist (Oklahoma) and Licensed Psychologist (Kansas); Predoctoral internship training in pediatric psychology, Munroe Meyer Institute, University of Nebraska Medical Center; Clinical expertise in the assessment and treatment of children and adolescents with autism and other developmental disabilities; LEND Certificate of Interdisciplinary Leadership Training in Developmental Disabilities (U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services)
Instrument development and validation, multilevel modeling, cultural issues in school psychology
APPLIED HEALTH AND EDUC PSYCHOLOGYmelissa.firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Professor in Recreational Therapy. I have approximately 12 years practicing as a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist in a variety of populations (e.g., long term care, mental health, physical medicine and rehabilitation, and youth in the foster care system).
Recreational Therapy, Community integration and spinal cord injury, Community reintegration in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Clinical supervision of recreational therapists