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Spenser Brenner
Jessica Lester Jessica Nina Lester is an Associate Professor of Inquiry Methodology at Indiana University Bloomington. She is the co-author of Doing Qualitative Research in a Digital World; Applied Conversation Analysis: Social Interaction in Institutional Settings; and Using Naturally Occurring Data in Qualitative Research: A Practical Guide, among several other books. Dr. Lester specializes in the areas of critical qualitative inquiry and language-based methodologies, with a particular focus expanding the array of bodyminds included within qualitative research practice.

Ken Mijeski
Cynthia Milhorn
Cheryl Ollry
Trena Paulus Trena M. Paulus is a Professor in the Research Division of Family Medicine and Affiliate Faculty with the Applied Social Research Lab at East Tennessee State University. She is the co-author of Doing Qualitative Research in a Digital World; Looking for Insight, Transformation and Learning in Online Talk; and Digital Tools for Qualitative Research. Dr. Paulus' specializes re-envisioning research methodologies in light of technological innovation. She regularly provides workshops, mentors and advises researchers in national and international contexts on qualitative research methods.

Alicia Phelps
Julie Voudrie Julie Voudrie was a contestant on TLC's Next Great Baker Season 4, with Buddy Valastro, the Cake Boss, where she and her daughter won the Hometown Dessert Challenge. With a combined passion for baking and teaching, this mom of seven loves to encourage others to be confident in the kitchen and to create their own home-baked traditions. Julie is now a regularly featured chef on WJHL-TV's show, Daytime Tri-Cities, and also does live baking demonstrations and inspirational talks throughout the region.
Pat Williams
Jody LaShay Wood Jody LaShay Jennings Wood 609 Norton Branch Road Marshall, NC 28753 (828) 279-5741 jenningsjl@etsu.edu jenningslashay@gmail.com EDUCATION University of Tennessee Knoxville Degree: Doctorate of Philosophy in Education (May 2019) Major: Literacy Studies Dissertation Title: The Integration of Literacy and Science: An Ethnographic Case Study set in an Appalachian Elementary School Western Carolina University Degree: Master of Arts in Education (August 2009) Major: English Education (9-12) Mars Hill University Degree: Bachelor of Arts and Science (December 2001) Major: Elementary Education (K-6) CREDENTIALS North Carolina Teaching Licenses - Elementary Education (K-6), English Education (9-12, Master's Level) HIGHER EDUCATION EXPERIENCE Summer 2014- Present Clinical Instructor, East Tennessee State University Clemmer College of Education, Department of Curriculum and Instruction Undergraduate Courses Taught READ 3200 Teaching Writing and Language Arts in the Elementary School READ 3000 Current Issues of 21st Century Literature READ 3050 Foundations of Literacy READ 4437 Reading Instruction in Middle and Secondary Schools READ 4026 Residency 1: Assessment and Enhancement of Literacy CUAI 3500 Instructional Management K-6 CUAI 4560 Pre- Residency: Clinical Field K-6 CUAI 4241 Residency 1: Clinical Field K-6 CUAI 4120: Residency 1: Language Arts Graduate Courses Taught READ 5027 Diagnoses of Remedial Reading READ 5437 Reading in Middle and Secondary School READ 5241 Practice in Teaching Reading READ 5120 Teaching Reading READ 5190 Linguistics of Reading READ 5210 Psychology of Reading READ 5231 Advanced Diagnostics Procedures READ 5950 Action Research in Reading Education Consultant/Grant Project Liaison, Spring 2020, Integrating Science and Literacy in First Grade Curricula, Mars Hill University Serving as a consultant/co-teacher to co-construct a first-grade science and literacy integrative unit for first grade teachers at a local elementary school in partnership with Mars Hill University. Visiting Advisor/Consultant, Fall 2011 to Spring 2012, Best Practices in 21st Century Literacy Instruction, Montreat College Taught several sessions in a bachelor's level course focusing on the development and teaching of strategies for emergent literacy learners. CURRICULUM DESIGN 2019 READ 4026: Residency 1: Assessment and Enhancement of Literacy 2018 READ 3200: Teaching Writing and Language Arts in Elementary School READ 3050: Foundations of Literacy 2016 CUAI 3500: Instructional Management CUAI 4560: Pre Residency: The First Days of School POST DEGREE EDUCATION 2014-2015 GRAD 7800: Faculty Technology Leadership, East Tennessee State University
David Zollinger
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