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Curriculum Vitae
Shelbie D. Witte
August 08, 2015

General Information
University address: English Education
School of Teacher Education
College of Education
1114 W Call St., G117
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-4490
Phone: (850) 644-6738; Fax: (850) 644-1880

E-mail address: switte@fsu.edu


Web site: www.shelbiewitte.com; www.initiativefor21research.org

Professional Preparation
2008 Ph.D., Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS. Major: Curriculum & Instruction. New Literacies, Technology, Teacher Education. Supervisor: Dr. F. Todd Goodson.
Witte, S. (2008). "What you need, Eddie, is another remedial reading class": A Semiotic Analysis of Representations of Literacy in Popular School Film. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.
2006 M.S., Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS. Major: Curriculum and Instruction. Adolescent Literacy and Technology. Supervisor: Dr. F. Todd Goodson.
Witte, S. (2006). Development and Implementation of a District-Wide Secondary Literacy Plan. Master's project, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.
1995 B.S., University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK. Major: Instructional Leadership and Academic Curriculum. English Education.

Professional Credential(s)
2002–present State of Kansas: English/Language Arts 6-12.
1995–present State of Oklahoma: English/Language Arts 6-12.
2013–2018 State of Florida, English Language Arts 6-12.
2006–2016 National Certification: Board of Professional Teaching Standards, EA/EYA.

Professional Experience
2014–present Associate Professor, School of Teacher Education, Florida State University. Responsible for program coordination; conducting research in adolescent literacy and English teacher education; teaching courses in English Education; advising students (graduate and undergraduate); supervision of student interns; participating on committees; assist with and participate in grant writing; and consulting on matters of new literacies and teacher education.
2008–2014 Assistant Professor, English Education Program, School of Teacher Education, College of Education, Florida State University. Responsible for program coordination; conducting research in adolescent literacy and English teacher education; teaching courses in English Education; advising students (graduate and undergraduate); supervision of student interns; participating on committees; assist with and participate in grant writing; and consulting on matters of new literacies and teacher education.
2005–2008 E-anthology E-team Co-Coordinator, National Writing Project. Responsible for the facilitation and professional development of the National Writing Project's E-Anthology E-team, who read and respond to the professional and personal writing of over 1,500 teachers every summer through the National Writing Project E-anthology.
2007–2008 Literacy Coach, Fort Riley Middle School, USD 475, Geary County Schools, KS. Responsible for the assessment management and analysis of reading and writing of all students, professional development for teachers, and continued implementation of the secondary literacy plan.
2005–2008 Summer Institute Director, Flint Hills Writing Project, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS. Responsible for the institute organization, teacher recruitment, curriculum development, and implementation of the National Writing Project site's summer institute for teachers for six hours of graduate credit at Kansas State University; assisted with grant writing; conducted research.
2003–2007 Middle School Teacher, Fort Riley Middle School, USD 475, Geary County Schools, KS. Responsible for the teaching of English/language arts, grades seven and eight; supervised student teachers and education practicum students; department chairperson; sponsored school literary magazine, writing club, and judged annual writing contests.
2004–2005 Technology Liaison, Flint Hills Writing Project, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS. Responsible for creating an online presence for the site, instructional technology implementation within the summer institute, and sessions in professional development with instructional technology for the National Writing Project site at Kansas State University; assisted with grant writing; conducted research.
2000–2003 Technology Liaison, Oklahoma Writing Project, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK. Responsible for creating an online presence for the site, instructional technology implementation within the summer institute, and sessions in professional development with instructional technology for the National Writing Project site at the University of Oklahoma; assisted with grant writing; conducted research.
2001–2003 Summer Institute Co-Director, Oklahoma Writing Project, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK. Responsible for the institute organization, teacher recruitment, curriculum development, and implementation of the National Writing Project site's summer institute for teachers for six hours of graduate credit at the University of Oklahoma.
2001–2003 High School Teacher, Norman Public Schools, Norman, OK. Responsible for the teaching of English/language arts, grade nine; co-created a course for adolescent readers called "Reading for Pleasure"; supervised student teachers and education practicum students.
1996–2001 Middle School Teacher, Chickasha Intermediate School, Chickasha Public Schools, Chickasha, OK. Responsible for the teaching of English/language arts in grades six and seven; supervised student teachers and education practicum students; and department chairperson.

Areas of Expertise
21st Century Literacies.

Adolescent Literacy.

New Literacies.

Pedagogy.

Popular Culture.

Professional Development.

Teacher Education.

Writing and Composition.

Young Adult Literature.

Current Membership in Professional Organizations
(SIGNAL) Special Interest Group for Literature for Adolescents

American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education

American Educational Research Association

Assembly on Literature for Adolescents

Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development

Florida Association of Teacher Educators

Florida Council of Teachers of English

International Reading Association

International Society for Technology in Education

Kansas Association of Teachers of English

Kansas Excellence in Education Network

National Council of Teachers of English

National Education Association

Honors, Awards, and Prizes
Nominee, University Teaching Award, Florida State University (2014).

Nominee, Undergraduate Teaching Award, Florida State University (2013).


Ineligible due to previous award in 2011.
Nominee, Robert Foster Cherry Award for Great Teaching, Baylor University (2012). ($250,000).

Nominee, Undergraduate Teaching Award, Florida State University (2012).


Ineligible due to previous award in 2011.
Teaching through Transformation Award, Florida State University, Spiritual Life Project (2011).
First annual award, student nomination.
Undergraduate Teaching Award, Florida State University (2011).

President's Award, Florida Council of Teachers of English (2010).

Nominee, College of Education's Young Educator Alumni Award, University of Oklahoma (2009).
Nominee.
Finalist, Kansas Teacher of the Year, Kansas State Department of Education (2008).

Kansas Region I Teacher of the Year, Kansas State Department of Education (2008).

2007-2009 Middle-Level Representative at Large, National Council of Teachers of English Executive Committee (2007).

Nominee, Richard Halle Award, National Council of Teachers of English (2007).

Secondary Teacher of the Year, Geary County USD 475, KS (2007).

National Board Certification, Certified Early Adolescence English/Language Arts, National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (2006).

Returning Fellow, National Writing Project, Oklahoma Writing Project at the University of Oklahoma (2001).

Fellow, National Writing Project, Oklahoma Writing Project, University of Oklahoma (2000).

Geraldine Burns Award for Excellence in English Studies, Oklahoma Council of Teachers of English (1996).

Outstanding Student Teaching Intern Award, English Education, University of Oklahoma (1996).

Sallie Mae Award for First Year Teachers, Chickasha Public Schools (1996).

Elected Fellow Status
Elected as a Fellow of Mordridge International Reading Center (2012).

Teaching
Courses Taught
Applied English Linguistics for Teachers (LAE4332)

Applied Linguistics for Teachers of English (LAE5336)

Enhancing Teaching Through Technology (LAE4863)

Edctnl Policy for Tchrs (LAE5932)

Field Laboratory Internship (LAE5940)

Student Teaching in Secondary School English (LAE 4942)

Classroom Mngmt of HS English (LAE5940)

Participatory Culture (LAE5908)

Reader Response to Literature: Research and Practice (LAE5064)

Application of classroom Rsrch (LAE5908)

Enhancing Tech. Rsch (LAE5908)

RSRCH 21C LIT (LAE5908)

Adolescent Literacy and Young Adult Literature (LAE4323)

Composition, Theory, Research (LAE5908)

Problems and Trends in English Education (LAE 5637)

Rsch in English Ed Pub (LAE5908)

Rsch in Tching YAL (LAE5908)

Teaching & Writing (LAE5908)

Writing & Teaching in SS (LAE5908)

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

Classroom Management and Planning Instruction in Middle/High School English (LAE4360)

TEACHING WRITING (LAE5908)

*1 Directed Individual Study (LAE5908)

Teaching and Technology (LAE5867)



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

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

* Doctoral Preliminary Examination (LAE 8964)

* Masters Comprehensive Exams (LAE 8966)

* Enhancing Teaching Through Technology (LAE 5867)

* Special Topics in English Education (LAE5932)

* Special Topics/Enhancing Teaching with Technology (LAE 5932)

* Using Technology in the Teaching of Mathematics (MAE5658)

* Adolescent Literacy (LAE 4323)

* Problems and Trends in Secondary English Curriculum (LAE5637)

* Teaching English in the Middle School (LAE4323)

* Directed Individual Study (LAE4905)

* Enhancing Teaching with Technology (LAE 4860)

* Honors Work (LAE4937)

* Using Technology in Teaching Language Arts (LAE4860)

* Bachelor's Honors Thesis (LAE 4937)

* Music and Literature Pedagogy (LAE 5908-6)

* Popular Culture in the Classroom (LAE 5908-3)

* Research in Literacy (LAE 5908-1)

* Supervised Research (LAE 5915)

* Young Adult Literature (LAE 5908-2)

* Research in English Education Programs (LAE 5908-4)

* Research in Revision (LAE 5908-8)

* Research in Written Composition (LAE 5908)

* Sociolinguistics (LAE 5908-7)

Clinical Practice
* LAE 4942 Student Internships in Middle/High School English Language Arts (2011)

New Course Development
Digital Composition I (2014)

Digital Composition II (2014)

Participatory Culture (2014)

Teaching Media Literacy (2014)

Teaching Popular Culture (2014)

Teaching with Multiliteracies (2014)



* Adolescent Literacy (2012)

* Enhancing Teaching with Technology (2010)

* Applied Linguistics for Teachers of English/Graduate Level (2009)

Curriculum Development
* Curriculum and Instruction Masters, English Education (2012)

* Curriculum and Instruction Ph.D., English Education Major (2012)

* Masters of Science in Teaching/English Education (2009)

Management of Multiple Course Sections
Student Teaching in the English Language Arts (LAE 4942)

Student Teaching in the English Language Arts (LAE 4942)



Doctoral Committee Chair
Fiallos, J. P., graduate. (2015). Specialist degree.

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

Rentz, P. R., graduate. (2013). English Education: Characteristics and Traits of Exemplary Teacher Education Programs.

* Thayer, K. M., graduate. (2013). The Diffusion of Innovations in Education: A Case Study of Secondary English Language Arts' Teachers Classroom Technology Integration.

Degracia, A. H., graduate. (2013). Specialist degree.



* Larson, J. F., graduate. (2011). Specialist Degree.

Rybakova, E., doctoral candidate.

Kollar, C., doctoral student.

Roccanti, R. J., doctoral student.



Doctoral Committee Cochair
Piotrowski, A., doctoral candidate.

Doctoral Committee Member
Ryu, J., graduate. (2015).

* Brimecombe, M. J., graduate. (2012).

* Cox, J. T., graduate. (2012).

* Scarborough, K. M., graduate. (2011).

* Hwang, Sung-On, graduate. (2011).

* James, S. D., graduate. (2011).

* Hawthorne, J. M., graduate. (2010).

* McClenny, C. E., graduate. (2010).

* Nahmias, C. K., graduate. (2010).

* Su, Xiao-Xiang, graduate. (2010).

* Howard, T. M., graduate. (2010).

* Williams, P., graduate. (2008).

Johnson, M., doctoral student.



Doctoral Committee University Representative
* Robertson, L. E., graduate. (2011).

* Taczak, K. E., graduate. (2011).

Bowles, B. L., doctoral candidate.

Hsieh, Bi-Jen, doctoral candidate.

Mannheimer, A. H., doctoral candidate.

Workman, E. L., doctoral candidate.

Keaton, M. K., doctoral student.



Master's Committee Chair
Fiallos, J. P., graduate. (2015).

Poey, N., graduate. (2015).

Toliver, S. R., graduate. (2015).

Kent, S., graduate. (2015).

Joyner, K. L., graduate. (2014).

Smith, S. A., graduate. (2014).

Birdsong, D. L., graduate. (2014).

Delmonego, A. J., graduate. (2014).

Harper, E., graduate. (2014).

Berry, M., graduate. (2013).

Clendenning, B. N., graduate. (2013).

Edgar, K., graduate. (2013).

Veldkamp, Anise Brittany-Jane, graduate. (2013).

* Green, M. R., graduate. (2013).

* Kersh, B. D., graduate. (2013).

* Tigue, M. E., graduate. (2013).

* Williams, S., graduate. (2013).

* Brabham, R. T., graduate. (2012).

* Charif, M. N., graduate. (2012).

* Fuqua, N. J., graduate. (2012).

* Madden, A. R., graduate. (2012).

* Rybakova, E., graduate. (2012).

* Schwieterman, S. E., graduate. (2012).

* Bistrican, S. S., graduate. (2012).

* Bradick, A. E., graduate. (2012).

* Bryant, A. F., graduate. (2012).

* Schaick, E. M., graduate. (2012).

* Maduro, S. M., graduate. (2011).

* Connolly-Brown, S. A., graduate. (2011).

* Berkowitz, S., graduate. (2011).

* Beugnet, D. W., graduate. (2011).

* Egan, J. M., graduate. (2011).

* Todd, J. F., graduate. (2011).

* Ferraro, M., graduate. (2011).

* Brenner, B. A., graduate. (2010).

* Watkins, I. B., graduate. (2010).

* Al-Slaiby, S. A., graduate. (2010).

* Donnelly, C. A., graduate. (2010).

* Doutherd, B. D., graduate. (2010).

* Donnelly, S. A., graduate. (2009).

* Couch, J., graduate. (2009).

* Yanes, S., graduate. (2009).

Foss, E. B., student.

Geisler, A. M., student.

Gordon, T. S., student.

Herrera, E. C., student.

Magoulas, A. L., student.

Miller, E. A., student.

Willetts, I. A., student.



Master's Committee Member
Seltzer, E. R., graduate. (2015).

Coker, M. E., graduate. (2014).

Komendat, T. A., graduate. (2014).

Lenfest, A. L., graduate. (2014).

Liebman, E. S., graduate. (2014).

Rosado, M., graduate. (2014).



* Causapin, C. E. P., graduate. (2013).

* Donahue, M. D., graduate. (2012).

* Bryce, G. A., graduate. (2012).

* Baisden, J. E., graduate. (2012).

* Francis, Tamara Sue-Ellen, graduate. (2012).

* Sarjeant, N. N., graduate. (2012).

* Pouncy, L. M., graduate. (2011).

* Sherman, A. B., graduate. (2011).

* Seay, K. L. C., graduate. (2011).

* Gill, V., graduate. (2011).

* Haarer, K. J., graduate. (2011).

* Howard, T. M., graduate. (2010).

* Byfield, H. A., graduate. (2010).

* Elrich, C., graduate. (2010).

Deason, R. A., student.

Causapin, C. P., student.

Huang, J., student.



Michaelson, K. J., student.

Bachelor's Committee Chair
* Rybakova, E., graduate. (2011). Adolescent Temperament, GPA, and Learning Styles.

Bachelor's Committee Member
* Holihan, D., graduate. (2009).

Research and Original Creative Work
Program of Research and/or Focus of Original Creative Work
Examines twenty-first century literacies and multi-modal approaches to adolescent literacy learning, particularly in middle grades. Twenty-first century literacies consider a wide range of communicative abilities such as reading and composing print texts, composing and reading texts in digital environments, technology integration, and interpreting and understanding non-print texts.

Publications
Refereed Journal Articles
Piazza, C., Witte, S. D., & McClenny, C. (submitted 2015). Cross-validation of a writing dispositions scale for elementary and middle school students. Journal of Writing Research. Manuscript submitted for publication, 25 pages.
Open access, Indexed in MLA International.
Goering, C., Witte, S., Flammang, B., Ward, P., Davis, J., & Gerhardson, A. (submitted 2014). The 'Hollywoodization' of education reform in Won't Back Down. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy. Manuscript submitted for publication, 34 pages.
Gross, M., & Witte, S. (submitted 2014). "Do you wanna dance?": An exploration of teacher/librarian collaboration in the context of professional preparation. English Education. Manuscript submitted for publication, 34 pages.
Witte, S., Gross, M., & Latham, D. (submitted 2014). Lessons learned: Our journey in mapping 21st Century Skills in teacher and librarian preparation curriculum. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science. Manuscript submitted for publication, 27 pages.
Witte, S., Rybakova, E., & Kollar, C. (in press 2014). Framing transmedia: Pre-service teachers' transmedia interactions with young adult literature narratives. SIGNAL, 14 pages.
Rybakova, E., & Witte, S. (2014). Utilizing Pinterest-Based Lesson Plans. Florida English Journal, 49(2), 33-38.
Latham, D., Gross, M., & Witte, S. D. (2013). Preparing teachers and librarians to collaborate to teach 21st century skills: The views of LIS and Education faculty. School Library Research, 16, 1-23.
SLR is indexed by The Education Full Text Database by EBSCO/Wilson and by the The Education Resources Information Center (ERIC).
Sampson, V., Enderle, P., Grooms, J., & Witte, S. D. (2013). Writing to learn by learning to write during the school science laboratory: Helping middle and high school students develop argumentative writing skills as they learn about important content. Science Education, 97(5), 643-570.
12-13% acceptance rate, 1.775 impact factor.
Witte, S. D. (2013). Preaching what we practice: A study of revision. Journal of Curriculum and Instruction, 6(2), 36.
15% acceptance rate, Open access, indexed at Education Research Complete.
Witte, S. D., Graham, J., Grysko, E.(u)2 Undergraduate student contributor.

1* Professional activities that occurred prior to my last promotion review.

2(u) Undergraduate student contributor.



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