Dr. K. Childs has once again shared “Changing the Language: Using Social Media and Popular Culture to Teach Traditional Literacy Skills” with another eager audience at the Bill Martin Jr Symposium, organized by the Curriculum and Instruction Department (College of Education and Human Services) at Texas A & M University-Commerce.
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One of my first scholarly works as a professor has been published! I am pleased to share that my article, “Digital Minds: Writing Instruction for Students who HATE Writing” was published in Volume 2: October 2016 of the Literacy Summit Yearbook. This particular journal was put together by TALE (Texas Association for Literacy Education), and the Specialized Literacy Professionals organizations.