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Curriculum Vitae
Katherin Elizabeth Garland
February 02, 2015

General Information
University address: School of Teacher Education
College of Education
Stone Building 2208M
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-4459

E-mail address: kgarland@fsu.edu



Professional Preparation
2010 Ph.D, University Of Florida. Major: Curriculum and Instruction, English Education. Supervisor: Barbara G. Pace, PhD.
Garland Katherin Elizabeth. (2010). Literacy Practices in an English Language Arts Elective: An Examination of How Students Respond to Media Literacy Education. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University Of Florida.
2000 M.A.T., Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, FL. Major: English.
1995 B.A., Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI. Major: Secondary English Education.

Professional Credential(s)
2007–present English Speakers of Other Languages Training.
2014–2019 Professional Educator's Certificate.

Professional Experience
2013–present Assistant Professor, English Education, School of Teacher Education/English Education, Florida State University. Teach undergraduate/graduate-level courses in English Education program Observe field experiences for Secondary English Education pre-service teachers.
2012–2013 Visiting Assistant Professor of English Education, School of Teacher Education, Florida State University. Teach undergraduate-level courses in English Education program Observe field experiences for Secondary English Education pre-service teachers.
2010–2012 Assistant Professor of Secondary Education, Foundations and Secondary Education and Technology, Georgia College and State University, Milledgeville, GA. Taught graduate-level courses in Master of Arts, Master of Education and Education Specialist programs Serve as mentor leader, adviser and major professor in one-year Master of Arts program.
2010 Teaching Assistant, Curriculum and Instruction, English Education, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. Co-taught a graduate-level English Education methods course.
2008–2009 Researcher, Learning Systems Institute, Florida State.
2009 Supervisor of Pre-Service Teachers, Curriculum and Instruction, Early Childhood, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. Observed field experiences for Elementary Education pre-service teachers.
2006–2009 Adjunct Instructor of English, College of Arts and Sciences, Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, FL. Taught undergraduate composition courses.
2002–2009 Online Adjunct English Instructor, Florida State College at Jacksonville, Jacksonville, FL. Taught undergraduate composition courses via WebCT and Blackboard.
2007–2008 School Instructional Coach, Martin Luther King, Jr. Elementary F.A.M.E. Academy, Jacksonville, FL. Modeled literacy instruction for Grades 4 and 5 elementary school teachers and provided weekly profe.
2006 Supervisor of Pre-Service Teachers, Curriculum and Instruction, English Education, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. Conducted seminar and observed field experiences for English Education pre-service teachers.
2001–2006 Public-school Teacher, Wolfson High School, Jacksonville, FL. Taught language arts (Grades 9-10), Advanced Placement Language and Composition, Advanced Placement Literature and Composition, and Dual Enrollment.
2005 Teaching Assistant, Curriculum and Instruction, English Education, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. Taught a graduate-level methods course for English Education pre-service teachers.
2000–2001 Private-school Teacher, Fox Technical High School, North Aurora, IL. Taught language arts (Grades 9-12) in an Exceptional Education program.
1996–2000 Public-school Teacher, Baldwin Middle-Senior High School, Baldwin, FL. Taught language arts (Grades 11-12) and Journalism.

Honors, Awards, and Prizes
Holmes Scholar, University of Florida (2006).

Current Membership in Professional Organizations
Florida Association of Teacher Educators 2006-2008

Florida Council of Teachers of English 2006-Present

Georgia Council of Teachers of English 2010-2012

International Reading Association 2007-present

National Association for Media Literacy Educators 2008-present

National Council of Teachers of English 1997-present

Phi Delta Kappa, Inc. 1997-2000

Teaching
Courses Taught
Methods and Observation/Participation in Middle/Secondary English (LAE4941)

Teaching Literature and Drama in High Schools (LAE3331)

Student Teaching in Secondary School English (LAE4942)

Methods and Observation for Middle and High School Teaching (LAE 4941)

Student Teaching in Secondary Schools (LAE 4942)

Teaching Literature and Drama in the High School Classroom (LAE 3331)

Special Topics in Teaching English (LAE4930)

Special Topics: Multicultural Literature (LAE 4930)

American Literature for Teachers (LAE 4384)

Classroom Methods for Secondary English (LAE 5368)

Problems and Trends for Secondary English Education (LAE 5637)

Student Teaching Secondary School English (LAE 4942)

A Survey of American Literature for English Teachers (LAE4384)

Classroom Management and Methods of Planning and Instruction in Secondary English (LAE5368)

Problems and Trends in Secondary English Curriculum (LAE5637)

Teaching Writing and Language in High Schools (LAE3333)

Methods and Observations (LAE 4941)

Student Teacher in Secondary School English (LAE4942)

Teaching Literature and Drama in the High School (LAE 3331)

Teaching Writing and Language in the High School (LAE 3333)

Architects of Authentic Learning Communities (EDCI 7455)

Curriculum and Methods (EDFS 5205)

Sociocultural Issues in Education (EDFS 6225)

Classroom Experience (EDFS 6466)

Classroom Research (EDFS 5211)

Culture and Schooling (EDFS 5209)

Georgia and State University-Field Experience (EDFS 5001)

Learning and the Learner (EDFS 5203)

Media Literacy Education (EDG 6931)

Classroom Practices and Assessment in Secondary Education (ESE 6344)

Student Teaching in Secondary Schools (ESE 6945)

Composition I and II (combined course) (ENG 103)

Language and Composition (LAE 6365)

Composition I (ENC 1101)

Composition II (ENC 1102)

New Course Development
Teaching Media Literacy (2014)

Teaching Multiliteracies (2014)



Doctoral Committee Member
Rybakova, E., doctoral candidate.

Johnson, M., doctoral student.

Piotrowski, A., doctoral student.

Roccanti, R., doctoral student.



Doctoral Committee University Representative
Mannheimer, A. H., doctoral candidate.

Master's Committee Member
Lloyd, S., graduate. (2014).

Spradlin, K. M., graduate. (2014).

Chariff, M., graduate. (2012).

Madden, A., graduate. (2012).

Toliver, S. R., student.

Kent, S., student.



Seltzer, E., student.

Research and Original Creative Work
Publications
Refereed Journal Articles
Garland, K. (submitted). Perceptions, pedagogy and problems: How secondary English teachers engage African-American students with popular media. Journal of Media Literacy Education. Manuscript submitted for publication.
Roccanti, R., & Garland, K. (submitted). Transmedia storytelling: What is it and how can it advance 21st century literacy goals for language arts teachers? SIGNAL Journal. Manuscript submitted for publication.
Garland, K. E., & Smith, S. (2013). Exploring the core with in-depth popular film analysis: How students can create a film review using a critical media literacy framework. Florida English Journal, 6-12.
Garland, K. E. (2012). Analyzing classroom literacy events: What observing classroom conversations about popular culture can reveal about reading. English Journal, 101:6, 104-106.
Garland, K. E. (2011). Re-viewing popular film adaptations of young adult literature using three contemporary literacy strategies. SIGNAL Journal, 34:2, 19-24.

Refereed Book Chapters
Garland, K. E., & Mayer, M. (2012). Traditional language arts viewed through a media lens: Helping secondary students develop critical literacy with media literacy education. In Julie A. Gorlweski, Brad J. Porfilio, & David A. Gorlewski (Eds.), Using Standards and High-Stakes Testing for Students (pp. 207-222). Peter Lang.

Refereed Reviews
Garland, K. E. (2012). Prezi. Journal of Media Education, 3:2, 53-54.

Nonrefereed Journal Articles
Garland, K. E. (submitted). The efficacy of using multiliterate approaches: Lessons from multiliteracies classrooms. Manuscript submitted for publication.
Garland, K. E. (2012). Learning about laughter: Looking at one teacher's unit on comedy films. Screen Education, 66, 73-78.

Presentations
Refereed Presentations at Conferences
Garland, K. (presented 2014, November). Popular Culture as Narrative: Discussing Current Possibilities for including Media Texts as the Stories of Students' Lives. Presentation at NCTE Annual Convention, National Council of Teachers of English, Washington, DC. (National)
Garland, K. (presented 2014, November). Popular Culture as Narrative: Discussing Current Possibilities for including Media Texts as the Stories of Students' Lives. Presentation at Story as the Landscape of Knowing (2014), National Council of Teachers of English, Washington , DC. (National)
Garland, K. E., Rodesiler, L., & Pace, B. G. (presented 2013, October). Soaring to the core of 21st century literacies: Embellishing literacy practices with multimodal texts and digital tools. Presentation at Florida Council of Teachers of English, Florida Council of Teachers of English, Cape Caneveral, FL. (State)
Fu, D., Pace, B. G., & Garland, K. E. (presented 2013, February). Expanding teachers' literacy: Playing with digital texts and media in schools. Presentation at Journal of Language and Literacy Education, UGA Journal of Language and Literacy Education, University of Georgia, Athens, GA. (State)
Garland, K. E. (presented 2012, November). Slide over Power Point: Create multimodal presentations with Prezi. Presentation at NCTE National Conference, National Council of Teachers of English, Las Vegas, NV. (National)
Garland, K. E., & Pace, B. G. (presented 2011). Shifting concepts of literacy: How media literacy education can serve as transformative pedagogy for secondary students and pre-service teachers. Presentation at 2011 NAMLE Conference, NAMLE. (National)
Garland, K. E. (presented 2010). Media texts as mediation: The role popular culture can play in classroom literacy practices. Presentation at 2010 NCTE Conference, NCTE. (National)
Garland, K. E., & Pace, B. G. (presented 2009). Critical connections: Promoting literacy and agency with media education. Presentation at 2009 NAMLE Conference, NAMLE. (National)
Bryan, K., & Garland, K. E. (presented 2007). Language attitudes and beliefs among Black pre-service teachers. Presentation at 2007 International TESOL Conference, TESOL. (International)
Garland, K. (presented 2007). "I didn't know Asian people could write like that": And other responses to incorporating multicultural literature. Poster presentation at Florida Holmes Scholar Conference, Florida Holmes Scholar. (Local)
Garland, K. E. (presented 2007). "Stereotyping correctly": How media literacy students make meaning of diverse media representations. Presentation at 2007 FATE Conference, FATE. (State)
Garland, K. E. (presented 2007). Dialect superiority/inferiority: How attitudes and beliefs about diverse languages can impact student learning. Presentation at the 2007 FATE Conference, FATE. (State)
Garland, K. E. (presented 2006). Multicultural literature, minority students, and mainstream teachers. Presentation at Roundtable discussion at Florida Association of Teacher Educators Conference, Florida Association of Teacher Educators. (State)
Pace, B. G., Mayer, M., & Garland, K. E. (presented 2006). Collaborating for change: Using media education to support adolescent literacy. Presentation at University of Florida Centennial Conference, University of Florida Centennial. (Local)

Nonrefereed Presentations at Conferences
Little, C., & Garland, K. (presented 2012). Re-imagining literacy for the 21st century: Methods for integrating multimodal texts in language arts instruction. Presentation at Georgia College's Reimagining Our Literate Lives Conference, Georgia College. (Local)
Garland, K. E., & Fason, J. (presented 2011). ). ELA curricula and multimedia texts: Developing 21st century literacy skills with popular culture and technology. Presentation at 2011 GCTE Conference, GCTE. (State)
Pace, B. G., Rodesiler, L., Tripp, L., Kennedy, A., & Garland, K. (presented 2009). Literacy skills and technology: Using web 2.0 tools in the English language arts classroom. Presentation at Demonstration presentation at the 2009 FCTE Conference, FCTE. (State)
Garland, K. E. (presented 2008). Analyzing diverse texts: Using multicultural media education to teach the Florida English language arts standards. Presentation at 2008 Florida Fund For Minority Teachers Conference, Florida Fund For Minority Teachers. (State)

Refereed Workshops
Garland, K. (2014, November). Discussing Narratives in the 21st Century: Using VoiceThread as a Bridge for "Old" and New Literacies. Workshop delivered at National Council of Teachers of English, Washington, DC. (National)
Garland, K. E. (2013, November). Organizing digital creations with Weebly: How an online website creator can support students' 21st century literacies. Workshop delivered at National Council of Teachers of English, Boston, MA. (National)

Digital Projects
Invited Digital Projects
Garland, K., & Bryan, K. (Author). (2014, December). Media literacy education and second language learners [Digital Collection]. Literacies in L2 Project. Retrieved from http://www.literaciesinl2project.org/uploads/3/8/9/7/38976989/lslp-micro-paper-18-media-literacy-education-and-second-language-learners.pdf
Garland, K. (2014, November). Diction, tone, and point of view: How one pre-service teacher used online informational text to analyze the media's portrayal of Mike Brown [Blog]. Retrieved from http://www.initiativefor21research.org/our-thinking/diction-tone-and-point-of-view-how-one-pre-service-teacher-used-online-informational-texts-to-analyze-the-medias-portrayal-of-mike-brown
Garland, K. (2014, August). It's not your mama's playlist: Using popular music in the 21st century classroom [Blog]. Retrieved from http://www.initiativefor21research.org/our-thinking/its-not-your-mamas-playlist-using-popular-music-in-the-21st-century-classroom
Garland, K. (Blogger). (2014, May). Recognizing the "literacy" in media literacy education: Key points gleaned from a trained media literacy educator [Blog]. Initiative for 21st Century Literacies Research. Retrieved from http://www.initiativefor21research.org/our-thinking/recognizing-the-literacy-education-in-media-literacy-education-key-points-gleaned-from-a-trained-media-literacy-educator
Garland, K. (Blogger). (2014, January). Decisions, Decisions: Popular Film Choices in the Language Arts Class [Blog]. Initiative for 21st Century Literacies Research. Retrieved from http://www.initiativefor21research.org/our-thinking/decisions-decisions-popular-film-choices-in-the-language-arts-class

Contracts and Grants
Contracts and Grants Funded
Garland, Katherin Elizabeth (PI). (May 2014–Aug 2014). FYAP: Understanding The Role of Popular Culture In Secondary Title I Teachers' Instruction. Funded by FSU CRC. Total award $20,000.

Contracts and Grants Pending
Garland, K. (Nov 2014). Integrating Media Production in Secondary Title I English Teachers' Instruction. Submitted to Arthur Vining Davis Foundation.

Contracts and Grants Denied
Garland, K. (Sep 2014). Integrating Media Production in Title I Secondary Language Arts Teachers' Instruction. Submitted to CRC Planning Grant.
Roehrig, A., Turner, J., & Garland, K. (Sep 2013). School Success Partners: Educational Research and Outreach (SSPERO). Submitted to Institute of Education Sciences.

Book Chapter Vignette
Garland, K., & Pace, B. G. (2014). Communicative practices in action: A snapshot of how students use language and texts to design a multimodal presentation. In Abrams, S. (Ed.) Integrating virtual and traditional learning in 6-12 classrooms: A layered literacies approach to multimodal meaning making. Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.

Service
Florida State University
FSU Department Service
Member, Graduate Studies (2014–present).
Member, Student/Life Scholarship (2013–present).

FSU Program Service
Adviser, Corazón Dancers (2014–present).
Adviser, Council of Teachers of English, Florida State University (2013–present).
Member, 21st Century Literacy Lecture Series (2013–present).

The Profession
Guest Reviewer for Refereed Journals
Ubiquity (Aug 2014–present).
SIGNAL Journal (Aug 2013–present).
English Education (Aug 2012–present).

Service to Professional Associations
Co-Chair of CEE Commission, Co-Chair pf CEE Commission on New Literacies, Technology and Teacher Education, National Council of Teachers of English (2014–present).
member, Conference on English Education, New Literacies, Technology and Teacher Education, National Council of Teachers of English (2013–present).
member, Black Caucus, National Council of Teachers of English (2013–present).
Reviewer, Journal of Media Literacy Education (2012–present).
Reviewer, Florida 21st Century Community Learning Center (2011–2012).
Reviewer, National Association of Media Literacy Education (2009–2011).
Reviewer, Florida Council of Teachers of English Essay Contest (2007–2008).

Service to Other Universities
Third Annual Middle-Georgia Diversity Conference, Georgia College and State University, Milledgeville, GA (2011–2012).
STEM Grant Researcher, Northeast High School, Macon, Georgia (2011–2012).
Center for Adolescent and Adult Literacy and Learning, Georgia College and State University, Milledgeville, GA (2010–2012).

Additional Service Not Reported Elsewhere
Garland, K. E. (2012). School/Districts/Public Service, Using a Multimodal Approach for Teaching Young Adult Literature and Narrative Nonfiction. Northeast High School, Macon, Georgia.
Garland, K. E. (2011). Celebration of our Culture Diversity Night. Oak Hill Middle School, Milledgeville, Georgia.
Garland, K. E. (2011). CAALL Summer Reading Institute: 21st Century Literacies. Bibb County Schools, Macon, Georgia.
Garland, K. E. (2011). Christa McAuliffe Award for Excellence in Teacher of Education. Georgia College and State University, Milledgeville, GA.
Garland, K. E. (2011). Diversity in Curriculum and Planning Committee. Georgia College and State University, Milledgeville, GA.
Garland, K. E. (2010). Media Literacy Curriculum. Generation Connection Camp, Gainesville, Florida.
Garland, K. E. (2010). NCATE Standard 4: Diversity Strand. Georgia College and State University, Milledgeville, GA.
Garland, K. E. (2010–2011). Second Annual Middle-Georgia Diversity Conference Committee. Georgia College and State University, Milledgeville, GA.
Garland, K. E. (2006). Summer Workshop for English Language Arts Teachers. Wolfson High School, Jacksonville, Florida.
Garland, K. E. (2005). School-Level Leadership Conference. Wolfson High School, Jacksonville, Florida.
Garland, K. E. (2005). Literacy and the Arts webpage. University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.
Garland, K. E. (2004). Summer Workshop. Wolfson High School, Jacksonville, Florida.
Garland, K. E. (2004–2005). English Language Arts Department Chair. Wolfson High School, Jacksonville, Florida.


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