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Tyler Robinson '14

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Tyler Robinson '14

Dr. J. Elizabeth Casey

  • Assistant Professor of Education

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Education

  • Ph.D., Curriculum and Instruction: Reading Education, Clemson University
  • M.A., Clemson University
  • B.S., University of Texas-Austin

Biography

Dr. Elizabeth CaseyDr. Casey completed her doctoral studies and Master of Arts in English at Clemson University, where she taught several courses and mentored graduate students, and Bachelor of Science in Education at the University of Texas-Austin. She has served as an editorial assistant for The Journal of Children's Literature.  She also served as a doctoral student editor for Educate: The Journal of Doctoral Research in Education, London, during the spring of 2010.  She has lent her skills to support Challenger Baseball League in the Clemson tri-county area for children and adolescents with emotional or physical disabilities, and has served as a Girl Scout leader since 2004.

Publications

Gladden, J.E. (2004).  Where have all the reading groups gone?  The Argus 4 (3), 1–2.

Gladden, J.E. (2004).  An "A" should be an "A."  neatoday, November, p. 64.

Gladden, J.E. (2003).  Where have all the reading groups gone?  Education Week, 22(36), 33.

Gladden, J.E. (2002).  What is an Army Family?  Contest Winner; Fort Jackson Leader.

Presentations

Casey, J.E., & Miller, R. (2010) Increasing middle school Latino students' comprehension of expository text through reciprocal teaching: A formative experiment.  Poster session presented at CEC, Nashville, TN.

Casey, J.E., Huber, J., Miller, R., & Ryan, J.B.  (2010).  The effects of reciprocal teaching on Latino students' awareness of comprehension strategies for expository text. Poster session presented at CEC, Nashville, TN.

Barrett, D.E., Casey, J.E., Visser, R., & Headley, C. (2010).  Preservice and inservice teachers' perceptions of the frequency and seriousness of violations of ethical standards: A comparative longitudinal study.  Round table presentation at HEHD, Clemson, SC.

Casey, J.E., & Jones-Moore, L. (2010).  Increasing middle school Latino students' comprehension of expository text through reciprocal teaching: A formative experiment.  Poster session presented at Educational Design Research, UGA.

Casey, J.E., Miller, R., & Ryan, J.B. (2009).  The effects of reciprocal teaching on Latino students' awareness of comprehension strategies for expository text. PowerPoint presentation at SCCEC, Myrtle Beach, SC.

Casey, J.E., & Barrett, D.B, Huber, J.J., & Schubert, P. (2009).  A Mixed Method Study of Preservice Teachers' Philosophical Core Beliefs in Education:  A Representative Sample from Special Education and General Education.  Poster presentation at TED, Charlotte, NC.

Casey, J.E., (2009).  Reciprocal teaching:  Latino students' awareness of comprehension strategies for expository text.  Poster session presented at HEHD Research Forum, Clemson, SC.

Huber, J.J., & Casey, J.E. (2009).  Disproportionality of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students in Special Education:  A Bronfenbrenner Perspective.  Poster session presented at the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC), Seattle, WA.

Igo, B., Montalbano, A., Smith, G.W., Gladden, J.E., & Wills, M. (2008).  Using Phenomenological Reduction to Explore College of Education Students' Perceptions of their Program's Effectiveness.  Paper session presented at American Educational Research Association (AERA).  San Diego, CA.

Sparks, E.K., Gladden, J.E., Suttie, S., & Watkins, G. (2005).  Altered books.  Presentation at Clemson University.

Professional Development Workshops

Gillis, V., Jones-Moore, L., & Casey, J.E. (2010).  Center for Excellence in Adolescent Learning (CEALL).  Greenville, SC.

Casey, J.E. (2009).  Art for the Early Childhood Classroom.  EC Presentation, Clemson University.

Schubert, P., & Casey, J.E. (2009).  Involving parents in hands-on activities.  Parent training in collaborative activities with their child(ren).  Clemson Child Development Center, Clemson, SC.

Honors
  • Alpha Epsilon Lambda, Graduate Honor Society
  • Phi Kappa Phi, Honor Society
  • National Scholars Honor Society
  • Kappa Delta Pi, Education Honor Society



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