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Wednesday, August 29

  1. page home edited Professor Beginning August 15, 2012, Nell K. Duke Phone: (517) 432-4865 Email: nkduke@msu…

    ProfessorBeginning August 15, 2012, Nell K. Duke
    Phone: (517) 432-4865
    Email: nkduke@msu.edu
    Fax: (517) 432-5092
    Office: 352 Erickson Hall, Michigan State University, MI 48824
    Nell K. Duke is a professor of teacher education and educational psychology,
    holds an affiliate ofappointment at the program in school psychology, and co-directorUniversity of the Literacy Achievement Research Center (LARC) at Michigan State University. Duke received her Bachelor’s degree from Swarthmore College and her Masters and Doctoral degrees from Harvard University. Duke’s work focuses on early literacy development, particularly among children living in poverty.Michigan. Her specific areas of expertise include development of informational literacies in young children, comprehension development and instruction in early schooling, and issues of equity in literacy education. Duke is the recipient of the American Educational Research Association Early Career Award, the National Reading Conference Early Career Achievement Award, the International Reading Association Dina Feitelson Research Award, the National Council of Teachers of English Promising Researcher Award, and the International Reading Association Outstanding Dissertation Award. She is author and co-author of numerous journal articles and book chapters as well as the books Reading and Writing Informational Text in the Primary Grades: Research-Based Practices; Literacy and the Youngest Learner: Best Practices for Educators of Children from Birth to Five; Beyond Bedtime Stories: A Parent’s Guide to Promoting Reading, Writing, and Other Literacy Skills From Birth to 5; and her most recent book, Reading and Writing Genre with Purpose in K - 8 Classrooms. She is also editor of //The Research-Informed Classroom// book series and co-editor of the book Literacy Research Methodologies. Duke teaches preservice, inservice and doctoral courses in literacy education at Michigan State, speaks and consults widely on literacy education, and is an active member of several literacy-related organizations. She has served as author and consultant on a number of educational programs, including Buzz About IT, iOpeners, National Geographic Science K-2 and the DLM Express. Duke also has a strong interest in improving the quality of educational research training in the U.S.
    For Nell K. Duke's vita, please click here: {DukeCV062512.doc}
    current webpage can be found at: http://sitemaker.umich.edu/nkduke/home.

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Sunday, August 5

  1. page home edited ... Nell K. Duke is a professor of teacher education and educational psychology, an affiliate of t…
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    Nell K. Duke is a professor of teacher education and educational psychology, an affiliate of the program in school psychology, and co-director of the Literacy Achievement Research Center (LARC) at Michigan State University. Duke received her Bachelor’s degree from Swarthmore College and her Masters and Doctoral degrees from Harvard University. Duke’s work focuses on early literacy development, particularly among children living in poverty. Her specific areas of expertise include development of informational literacies in young children, comprehension development and instruction in early schooling, and issues of equity in literacy education. Duke is the recipient of the American Educational Research Association Early Career Award, the National Reading Conference Early Career Achievement Award, the International Reading Association Dina Feitelson Research Award, the National Council of Teachers of English Promising Researcher Award, and the International Reading Association Outstanding Dissertation Award. She is author and co-author of numerous journal articles and book chapters as well as the books Reading and Writing Informational Text in the Primary Grades: Research-Based Practices; Literacy and the Youngest Learner: Best Practices for Educators of Children from Birth to Five; Beyond Bedtime Stories: A Parent’s Guide to Promoting Reading, Writing, and Other Literacy Skills From Birth to 5; and her most recent book, Reading and Writing Genre with Purpose in K - 8 Classrooms. She is also editor of //The Research-Informed Classroom// book series and co-editor of the book Literacy Research Methodologies. Duke teaches preservice, inservice and doctoral courses in literacy education at Michigan State, speaks and consults widely on literacy education, and is an active member of several literacy-related organizations. She has served as author and consultant on a number of educational programs, including Buzz About IT, iOpeners, National Geographic Science K-2 and the DLM Express. Duke also has a strong interest in improving the quality of educational research training in the U.S.
    For Nell K. Duke's vita, please click here: {DukeCV062512.doc}
    For the handout for the introduction to Teaching Genre with Purpose: Five Principles for Instruction (from the IRA Annual Convention, 2012) (Nicole Martin), please click here:
    {IRA2012 Presentation Genre with Purpose Overview.pdf}
    For the procedural genres handout from Teaching Genre with Purpose: Five Principles for Instruction (from the IRA Annual Convention, 2012):
    {IRA2012LearningHowandTeachingOthersHANDOUT.pdf}
    For the informational genres handout from Teaching Genre with Purpose: Five Principles for Instruction (from the IRA Annual Convention, 2012):
    {IRA2012DevelopingandCommunicatingExpertiseHANDOUT.pdf}

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Saturday, July 7

  1. page home edited ... Office: 352 Erickson Hall, Michigan State University, MI 48824 Nell K. Duke is a professor of…
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    Office: 352 Erickson Hall, Michigan State University, MI 48824
    Nell K. Duke is a professor of teacher education and educational psychology, an affiliate of the program in school psychology, and co-director of the Literacy Achievement Research Center (LARC) at Michigan State University. Duke received her Bachelor’s degree from Swarthmore College and her Masters and Doctoral degrees from Harvard University. Duke’s work focuses on early literacy development, particularly among children living in poverty. Her specific areas of expertise include development of informational literacies in young children, comprehension development and instruction in early schooling, and issues of equity in literacy education. Duke is the recipient of the American Educational Research Association Early Career Award, the National Reading Conference Early Career Achievement Award, the International Reading Association Dina Feitelson Research Award, the National Council of Teachers of English Promising Researcher Award, and the International Reading Association Outstanding Dissertation Award. She is author and co-author of numerous journal articles and book chapters as well as the books Reading and Writing Informational Text in the Primary Grades: Research-Based Practices; Literacy and the Youngest Learner: Best Practices for Educators of Children from Birth to Five; Beyond Bedtime Stories: A Parent’s Guide to Promoting Reading, Writing, and Other Literacy Skills From Birth to 5; and her most recent book, Reading and Writing Genre with Purpose in K - 8 Classrooms. She is also editor of //The Research-Informed Classroom// book series and co-editor of the book Literacy Research Methodologies. Duke teaches preservice, inservice and doctoral courses in literacy education at Michigan State, speaks and consults widely on literacy education, and is an active member of several literacy-related organizations. She has served as author and consultant on a number of educational programs, including Buzz About IT, iOpeners, National Geographic Science K-2 and the DLM Express. Duke also has a strong interest in improving the quality of educational research training in the U.S.
    ...
    click here: {DukeCV030812.doc}
    For the handout from Nell's presentation at the Research in the Age of the Common Core State Standards Institute, please click here: {IRA2012InstituteCCSSHANDOUT.pdf}
    {DukeCV062512.doc}
    For the handout for the introduction to Teaching Genre with Purpose: Five Principles for Instruction (from the IRA Annual Convention, 2012) (Nicole Martin), please click here:
    {IRA2012 Presentation Genre with Purpose Overview.pdf}
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Thursday, May 3

  1. page home edited ... For Nell K. Duke's vita, please click here: {DukeCV030812.doc} For the handout from Nell's …
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    For Nell K. Duke's vita, please click here: {DukeCV030812.doc}
    For the handout from Nell's presentation at the Research in the Age of the Common Core State Standards Institute, please click here: {IRA2012InstituteCCSSHANDOUT.pdf}
    For the handout for the introduction to Teaching Genre with Purpose: Five Principles for Instruction (from the IRA Annual Convention, 2012) (Nicole Martin), please click here:
    {IRA2012 Presentation Genre with Purpose Overview.pdf}
    For
    the procedural
    ...
    Convention, 2012):
    {IRA2012LearningHowandTeachingOthersHANDOUT.pdf}
    ...
    Convention, 2012):
    {IRA2012DevelopingandCommunicatingExpertiseHANDOUT.pdf}
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Monday, April 30

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    Nell K. Duke is a professor of teacher education and educational psychology, an affiliate of the program in school psychology, and co-director of the Literacy Achievement Research Center (LARC) at Michigan State University. Duke received her Bachelor’s degree from Swarthmore College and her Masters and Doctoral degrees from Harvard University. Duke’s work focuses on early literacy development, particularly among children living in poverty. Her specific areas of expertise include development of informational literacies in young children, comprehension development and instruction in early schooling, and issues of equity in literacy education. Duke is the recipient of the American Educational Research Association Early Career Award, the National Reading Conference Early Career Achievement Award, the International Reading Association Dina Feitelson Research Award, the National Council of Teachers of English Promising Researcher Award, and the International Reading Association Outstanding Dissertation Award. She is author and co-author of numerous journal articles and book chapters as well as the books Reading and Writing Informational Text in the Primary Grades: Research-Based Practices; Literacy and the Youngest Learner: Best Practices for Educators of Children from Birth to Five; Beyond Bedtime Stories: A Parent’s Guide to Promoting Reading, Writing, and Other Literacy Skills From Birth to 5; and her most recent book, Reading and Writing Genre with Purpose in K - 8 Classrooms. She is also editor of //The Research-Informed Classroom// book series and co-editor of the book Literacy Research Methodologies. Duke teaches preservice, inservice and doctoral courses in literacy education at Michigan State, speaks and consults widely on literacy education, and is an active member of several literacy-related organizations. She has served as author and consultant on a number of educational programs, including Buzz About IT, iOpeners, National Geographic Science K-2 and the DLM Express. Duke also has a strong interest in improving the quality of educational research training in the U.S.
    For Nell K. Duke's vita, please click here: {DukeCV030812.doc}
    ...
    here: {IRA2012InstituteCCSSHANDOUT.pdf}
    For the procedural genres handout from Teaching Genre with Purpose: Five Principles for Instruction (from the IRA Annual Convention, 2012):
    {IRA2012LearningHowandTeachingOthersHANDOUT.pdf}
    For the informational genres handout from Teaching Genre with Purpose: Five Principles for Instruction (from the IRA Annual Convention, 2012):
    {IRA2012DevelopingandCommunicatingExpertiseHANDOUT.pdf}

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