Faculty Publications: Drs. Molly Ness and Rhonda Bondie

Dr. Molly Ness, GSE Associate Professor, along with doctoral candidate Gina Gallo, published an article in the Fall 2013 edition of the Journal of Language & Literacy Education at the College of Education at The University of Georgia, titled “Understanding the Text Genre Preferences of Third-Grade Readers.”   The article is based on research exploring 46 third-grade students’ attitudes towards and perceptions of informational text, and provides suggestions to teachers on helping young readers diversify their text preferences. 
Click here to read the full article.

In early November, Dr. Rhonda Bondie, GSE Assistant Professor, shared a research paper titled “How Does Teacher Preparation in Higher Education Make a Difference” and a Pecha Kucha titled “Teacher Response to Student Academic Diversity” at the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children Conference in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.  A Pecha Kucha is a presentation style requiring 20 PowerPoint slides with a 20 second description for each slide.  Click here to view the Pecha Kucha examining sample teacher assignments and learning routines to explore how teachers both celebrate and develop student academic diversity, or view the video below.



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