Annamary Consalvo, Ph.D.
Title: Associate Professor of Literacy
Building: HPR 267
- Ph.D. The University of Texas at Austin, 2011
Curriculum and Instruction, Language and Literacy Studies
- Dissertation Title: Writing conferences and relationships: Talking, teaching, and learning in high school English classrooms.
Annamary Consalvo is an Associate Professor of Literacy at The University of Texas at Tyler where she teaches undergraduate and graduate courses. Her research interests include the study of writing conferences in secondary contexts; disciplinary and adolescent literacy; and ways in which multi literacies inform teaching and learning.
Recent articles include: “Teaching for deep learning in a second-grade literacy classroom” in the Journal of Language and Literacy Education; “Making writing stick: Tiny paper, big understandings” in Oregon English Journal; and, “Writing on the walls: Supporting 21st century thinking in the material classroom” in Teaching and Teacher Education.
Recent chapters include “’I found myself retweeting’: Using Twitter chats to build
professional learning networks” in J. Yoon & P. Semingson (Eds.) Educational technology and resources for synchronous learning in higher education; and, “Technologies of resistance: Teachers facilitating students’ 21st Century thinking
using material tools” in In D. Loveless, P. Sullivan, K. Dredger, & J. Burns (Eds.),
Deconstructing the educational-industrial complex in the digitalage.
Courses Taught Include:
- EDFB 4338 - Literacy in the Content Areas
- READ 3323 - Children's Literature in the Classroom
- READ 5304 - Reading and Writing Workshop (online)
- READ 5305 - Teaching Disciplinary Literacy to Adolescents (online)
- READ 5308 - Action Research (online)