M.A., English, University of Delaware
B.A., English/German, University of Virginia
“One-on-One Writing Support That Fosters Student Persistence,” in the Learning Assistance Association of New England Newsletter (2016).
“First-Year English: Welcoming Different Learners to the Table,” The CEA Critic. 75.3 (2013).
“One-on-One Writing Support that Fosters Student Persistence,” Learning Assistance Association of New England conference (2015).
“Dynamic, Flexible Environments to Support Diverse Learners in First-Year English Classes,”Two-Year College Association, Northeast Conference, Baltimore (2014).
“Innovations in Literacy Instruction: Empowering LD Students to Succeed in Higher Education,” College Learning and Reading Association (2013).
“First-Year English: Welcoming Different Learners to the Table,” College English Association (2013).
“Literacy Skills and the LD Student: High and Low-Tech Tools for Success,” Learning Assistance Association of New England (2012).
“21st Century Literacy Tools,” National Council of Teachers of English (2011).
“Re-thinking and Re-mixing Academic Writing: Using Multi-Modality, Scaffolded Instruction, and Universal Design to Teach a Research Process to Diverse Learners,” Conference on College Communication and Communication (2010).
“What Happens when a Diverse Group of LD/ADD College Students Write Collaborative, Text-Based Analyses in the Classroom?” National Council of Teachers of English (2007).
Language-based Learning Disabilities, ADHD, and Autism Spectrum Disorders
Collaborative, Multimodal, and Experiential Learning