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                                 Karen Grady
                              1801 E. Cotati Ave.
                           Rohnert Park, CA 94928
                           karen.grady@sonoma.edu


EDUCATION

1994-      Ph.D. Education. Indiana University
2001       Dissertation Title: "School Made Me Stupid"
           The Literacies and Learning of Immigrant Adolescents in a Rural
Midwestern       High School

1991         CLAD Certification

1985         M.A. TESOL. University of San Francisco

1978         Credential in Secondary English. University of Oregon

1971         B.A. Spanish. Santa Clara University

TEACHING
University

2001-Present      Assistant Professor. Department of Curriculum Studies and
            Secondary Education. Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA
            Taught secondary content reading and supervised student teachers.
            Currently teaching student teaching seminar in single subject
            credential program and research in language and literacy in the
            MA/Reading Specialist programs.

2000-2001   Assistant Professor. Department of Curriculum and Instruction.
            Illinois State University, Normal, IL
            Taught secondary content reading at the undergraduate level and
theoretical        foundations of reading and recent research in literacy at the
graduate level.

Summer       Instructor. Institute for English Language Programs.
1998         Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
             Taught content-based advanced English communication.

1995-        Associate Instructor. Department of Language Education.
1999         Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
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             Taught secondary reading methods course. Planned and supervised
             field experiences for students concurrently enrolled in the reading
             methods course. Designed and taught ESL/Bilingual Methods
             course at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

1994-        Associate Instructor. Center for English Language Training.
1995         Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
             Taught courses in English reading, writing, speaking, listening and
             grammar to international students.

Summer       Instructor. Summer International Language Institute.
1992         University of Delaware. Newark, DE
             Taught beginning English language courses for students from
             Ukraine and Belarus.

1989-1990    Fulbright Lecturer in TEFL/Applied Linguistics. University of
Ljubljana.          Slovenia.
             Designed and taught third and fourth year English to
             undergraduates
             Participated in teacher training seminars sponsored by U.S.
             Embassy. Designed and taught courses in conversational English
             for professionals in various fields.

Public School

1990-1994    ESL teacher. Monterey High School and Seaside High School.
             Monterey, CA
             Developed and taught courses in ESL to students grades 9-12. Designed
             and taught content-based ESL classes, grades 9-10. Served on numerous
             faculty committees, redesigning the graduation exams, implementing the
             A.V.I.D. program, integrating computer-assisted language learning into
             classrooms.

1985-1989 ESL Teacher and Department Chair. Monterey High School.
          Monterey, CA
          Developed curricula in and taught English as a second language,
          grades 9-12. Responsible for managing department budget, serving
          on faculty committees, liaison work with counseling office and other
          departments regarding the needs of ESL students. Developed and
          implemented peer tutoring program for special education and
          language minority students.

1982-1985 ESL Teacher and Bilingual Resource Specialist. North Monterey
      County   Schools. Castroville, CA
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             Responsible for all English language development and Spanish
       language   services for students grades 1-8.



1990          ESL/Bilingual Resource Specialist. Greenfield School.
             Greenfield, CA
             Designed and implemented school-wide ESL program for grades 1-
             8. Provided inservice training for staff of 30 teachers in ESL and
             Bilingual Methods.

SCHOLARSHIP
Publications

             Grady, K. (accepted). Developing Adolescent Literacies in Content
             Area Classrooms: A Summary of Theory and Practice.
             http://www.ed.gov/databases/ERIC_Digests/index/

             Grady, K. (2001). Lowrider Arte and Latino/a Students in the Rural
             Midwest. Education, policy and the politics of identity in the new
             Latino Diaspora. Stanton Wortham, Edmund Hamann, & Enrique
             Murillo, Eds. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

             Grady, K. (1998-99). Textual Practices and Global Understanding:
             The Necessity for a Critical Reading, The International Journal of
             Social Education 13, (2), 56-65.

             Grady, K. (1998). The Author Responds.
             TESOL Journal 7, (2), 5.

             Grady, K. (1997). Critically Reading an ESL Text,
             TESOL Journal 6, (4), 7-10.

Manuscripts Submitted

             Koshewa A., & Grady, K (Submitted 2002). Coming to Voice. Equity
             & Excellence in Education.

Membership on Review Boards

2002-2004    Reviewer. Talking Points

2001-2002    Guest Reviewer. Talking Points.
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2001-2002    Reviewer. Research in the Teaching of English.

1998-1999 Doctoral Student Guest Reviewer. Reading Research Quarterly,
1999 volume           year.

Research

             Pilot Study: A survey of how secondary students interpret the
             reading practices of Corrective Reading and Sustained Silent
             Reading.

             Seminar. (June, 2002). Reading Apprenticeship in the Preservice
             Program. WestEd. Strategic Literacy Initiative.

Conference Papers

National Conferences

Oct. 2002    Cursing in English: Identity Issues of Bilingual Learners. Single paper
             presented at the National Association for Multicultural Education.
             Washington, D.C.

April 2002   Spanish Speakers in Spanish Language Classrooms: The Negotiation and
             Negation of Identity. Single paper presented at the American
             Educational Research Association. New Orleans, LO

Nov. 2001    Identity and Learning: Supporting Linguistic and Cultural
             Diversity.
             Single paper at the National Council of Teachers of English
             convention. Baltimore, MD

Nov. 2000    Initial Language Assessments: Limiting Access and Equity.
             Single paper as part of a panel at the National Council of
             Teachers of English convention. Milwaukee, WI

April 2000 Limited English Proficient: Inadequate Theory, Questionable
Validity, and          Pernicious Consequences. Single paper presented at
the American                 Educational Research Association. New
Orleans, LO

Fall 1999    Education and Identity in the Latino Diaspora.
             Single paper as part of a panel at the Interamerican Symposium
on                 Ethnographic Research in Education. Bloomington, IN
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Fall 1998    Responding to Linguistic Diversity: Hegemonic and
             Counterhegemonic Practices in Two Classrooms.
             Single paper presented at the JCT Conference on Curriculum
             Theory and Classroom Practice. Bloomington, IN

Fall 1998    Constructing the Other Through Community Service Learning.
             Single paper presented at the National Association of
             Multicultural Education. St. Louis, MO

April 1998   Global Education and School Reform in the United States and
Russia.
             Single paper as part of a panel at the American Educational
             Research Association. San Diego, CA

Fall 1997    Conversations on a Model of Situated Literacy.
             Co-authored paper as part of a panel at the National Reading
             Conference. Scottsdale, AZ

Fall 1997   Proposition 187: Recapitulation and Resistance.
                  Single paper presented at the JCT Conference on
       Curriculum Theory and          Classroom Practice. Bloomington, IN

Fall 1996    When Extant Theory Fails.
             Single paper as part of a panel at the National Reading
             Conference.
             Charleston, SC

Fall 1996    Preservice Teacher Beliefs of Social Class and Schooling.
             TED Kaleidoscope, Council for Exceptional Children.
             Washington, D.C.

State Conferences

April 2001   Using Children’s Literature to Begin Conversations about
             Diversity and Difference. Illinois State College of Education
             Diversity Conference. Normal, IL

Fall 1999    Increasing Academic Success for Secondary English Language
             Learners. Single paper presented at INTESOL. Indianapolis, IN

1992         Pen Pals Across Campus-Dialogue Journals Between Native and
             Non-native Speakers of English. CATESOL Conference. San
             Jose, CA
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1988         Closed Captioned Programming and ESL Instruction.
             Steinbeck Regional CATESOL Conference. Monterey, CA

1988         Pair-work for English Language Development.
             Migrant Education Regional Conference. Salinas, CA


1985         Using Children's Literature in the ESL Classroom.
             Bay Area Regional CATESOL Conference. San Francisco, CA

1985         ESL and SSL Summer Immersion Program.
             CATESOL Conference. San Jose, CA

International Conferences

1990         Using Cooperative Learning in EFL Classrooms.
             Teacher development workshops sponsored by the U.S. Embassy
and the                  Fulbright Commission. Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina,
Serbia

1991         English and Englishes. Oxford Center. Ljubljana, Slovenia

GRANTS RECEIVED

Spring 2002 Digital Bridge. Infusion of ISTE-NETS technology competencies
            into EDSS 446.

Fall 2001    Light Bridge Project. Member of faculty team that developed the
             Reading, Writing, and the Language Arts videos.

SERVICE
University

2002-2003    Committee member. Student Affairs Committee.

2002-2003    Liaison. Diversity/Campus Climate Committee (representing SAC).

2001-2002    Committee member. Student Affairs Committee.

School of Education

2002-2003    Document Writer. SB2042 Implementation—Standards of Quality
             and Effectiveness for Professional Teacher Preparation Programs.
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                 Meetings with the special education department to draft
                  Standard 14
                 Participation in the CCTC meeting in Sacramento with other
                  early adopters
                 Meetings with individual faculty members in the single subject
                  program
                 Meetings with other document writers
                 Drafting of document
                 Revision of document

2002-2003        Liaison. Single Subject Advisory Committee.

2002-2003    Advisor. Single Subject Credential Program.

2001-2003    Committee member. Single Subject Admissions Committee.

Community

Fall 2002    Tutor. Teaching English to the children of the Education Director of
             the Republic of Korea.

Summer 2002     Professional Development.
          Provided informal inservice to Elsie Allen ELD teachers in English
          language development strategies for beginning level English
          language learners.

2000         Professional Development. Washington Township School
Corporation.
             Indianapolis, IN
             Provided inservice in strategies for increasing academic success in
                   content areas for secondary English language learners.

Fall 1999    Committee member. Interamerican Symposium on Ethnographic
       Research in Education. Assisted with planning and coordinating
       conference events.

1996-1999 Representative. Graduate Student Organization. Indiana
      University

Spring 1998 Volunteer Coordinator. Assisted with the planning and
      implementation of the
            Bilingual/ESL Summer Institute. Indiana University
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Fall 1997     Committee member. JCT Conference. Participated in planning site
       activities related to conference. Indiana University

Fall 1996- Committee member. Secondary Teacher Education Reform:
       Teachers as
Fall 1999   Agents of Inquiry and Social Justice. Indiana University

Fall 1995    Workshop facilitator. Reading/Writing Strategies for Secondary
             Students. Tri-North Middle School. Bloomington, IN

Fall 1993   Committee member. Central Coast Writing Project. Planned
writing                 conference for secondary ESL and content area
teachers. UC Santa Cruz,                    Santa Cruz, CA

1992-1994    Committee member. CATESOL. Participated in planning and
organizing              state-wide ESL conference. Monterey, CA

1990-1992    Faculty advisor. Student branch of the League of United Latin
American                 Citizens. Monterey, CA

1987-1988 Board Member. Refugee Services Center. Assisted with planning
and fund-         raising to provide services for Central American refugees.
Pacific Grove, CA

HONORS AND AWARDS

Grant-in-aid of Research, Indiana University (1999): University-wide
       competitive grant
funding research expenses
John Edwards Fellowship. Indiana University (1998): University-wide
       competitive grant
funding a full year of dissertation research
Nominee, Outstanding Associate Instructor, Indiana University (1997)
Professional Development Award, Indiana University (1997, 1998)
University Fellowship, School of Education. Indiana University (1995-1997)
Teacher Research Grant. National Writing Project (1992)
California Writing Project Fellow. UC Santa Cruz (1991)
Monterey Foundation Grant (1991): County-wide competitive grant which
funded
innovative teaching practices
Model Technology Schools Grant (1990)
Fulbright Lecturer, Ljubljana University, Slovenia (1989)
Excellence in Teaching, Monterey High School (1987)
California Instructional Improvement Program Grant Awards (1986, 1987):
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State-wide competitive grants which funded innovative teaching practices
Academic Scholarship, University of Santa Clara (1971-1975): Fully funded
      tuition, room
and board for four years

MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

American Educational Research Association
International Reading Association
National Council of Teachers of English
National Reading Conference
Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages
Whole Language Umbrella

Offices Held in Professional Organizations

1987-1988   President, Steinbeck Regional Chapter, CATESOL,
            Monterey, CA
1985-1986   President, Steinbeck Regional Chapter, CATESOL.
                  Monterey, CA
1984-1985   Treasurer, Steinbeck Regional Chapter, CATESOL,
                  Monterey, CA

								
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