This edited volume includes chapters covering multiple areas of literacy education: inclusive education, early childhood education, elementary education, middle grades education, and emergent literacy across groups. The purpose of this edited volume is to provide educators and graduate students/scholars in the field of education with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to facilitate student success.
About the Editors
Megan Adams is currently the Co-Director of the Center for Literacy and Learning in the Bagwell College of Education and an Assistant Professor of Reading Education in the Department of Secondary and Middle Grades Education at Kennesaw State University. Megan studies marginalized youth and is interested in studying teaching and learning in the field of education.
Sanjuana Rodriguez is an assistant professor of Reading and Literacy Education at Kennesaw State University and Co-Director of the Center for Literacy and Learning. Her research interests include the early literacy development of culturally and linguistically diverse students, early writing development, and literacy development of English Learners.
Kate Zimmer's teaching, research, and community engagement efforts focus on teacher preparation, early intervention, literacy, and autism. Dr. Zimmer is also the program coordinator for the M.Ed program in Special Education and the KSU Graduate Certificate in Autism Spectrum Disorders at Kennesaw State University.