Medaille Professor Presents Research at Annual Literacy Research Association Conference
Assistant Professor of Education Jennifer Sharples Reichenberg, Ph.D., M.S.Ed. in literacy and advanced certification in literacy program director at Medaille College, presented her research in literacy coaching and teacher development at the Literacy Research Association’s 68th annual conference in California last month. In her presentation entitled "Beginning with Perplexity," Dr. Reichenberg proposed a seven-step reflective framework to be used as part of literacy coaching in schools. The framework begins by asking teachers to identify what they found perplexing, challenging or intriguing about a lesson they recently taught as a starting point for a conversation with a literacy coach.
The Literacy Research Association is a nonprofit professional organization that focuses on advancing literacy theory, research and practice.
Dr. Lori Quigley addressed women's rights and recognition at two recent community events, in addition to recently being recognized as a “Woman in Leadership” honoree herself.
Literacy Education Program Director Dr. Jennifer Reichenberg recently collaborated to publish an article entitled “'When Your Lesson is Bombing': The Mediation of Perplexity in the Development of a Reflective Stance Toward Teaching” in the Teaching and Teacher Education journal.
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