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Amy Piotrowski

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School of Teacher Education & Leadership

Assistant Professor, Literacy

Contact Information

Office Location: USU - Uintah Basin/Vernal
DialPhone: 435-722-1700
SendEmail: amy.piotrowski@usu.edu


Educational Background

PhD, Curriculum and Instruction, (English Education), Florida State University, 2016
Flipped Learning and 21st Century Literacies: Constructing Preservice Secondary English Teachers’ TPACK
MA, English, Middlebury College, 2010
BA, English, (Liberal Arts Honors), The University of Texas at Austin, 2002

Licensures & Certifications

Texas Educator Certificate, Texas State Board for Educator Certification, 2002

Biography

Assistant professor teaching courses in English education, secondary education, and literacy. Scholarly interests include 21st century literacies, digital literacies, young adult literature, and teacher education.


Teaching Interests

Secondary English education, literacy education

Research Interests

21st century literacies, digital literacies, young adult literature, teacher education. I am interested in how technology impacts literacy, literacy education, and the preparation of literacy teachers. I am also interested in the literary contributions and pedagogical uses of young adult literature.

Publications - Abstracts

    Publications - Books & Book Chapters

      Book Chapters

    • Piotrowski, A., (2018). Flipping the Teaching of Young Adult Literature with Preservice Teachers: Towards a More Visual Literacy: Shifting the Paradigm With Digital Tools and Young Adult Literature .

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    Publications - Fact Sheets

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      Publications - Curriculum

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        Publications - Journal Articles

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        Publications - Literary Journal

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          Publications - MultiMedia

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            Publications - Technical Reports

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              Publications - Translations & Transcripts

                Publications - Other

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                  Scheduled Teaching

                  SCED 5200 - Language, Literacy, and Learning in the Content Areas, Spring 2018

                  ENGL 4510 - Teaching Literature, Spring 2018

                  TEAL 6235 - Instructional Implications of Literacy Development, Fall 2017

                  ENGL 4500 - Teaching Writing, Fall 2017

                  TEAL 6310 - Integrating Literacy Across the Curriculum, Summer 2017

                  ENGL 4530 - English Clinical Experience, Spring 2017

                  ENGL 4520 - Teaching Literacy in Diverse Classrooms, Spring 2017

                  SCED 3100 - Motivation and Classroom Management, Fall 2016

                  ENGL 3510 - Teaching Young Adult Literature, Fall 2016


                  Graduate Students Mentored

                  Garret Rose, School of Teacher Education & Leadership, November 2017
                  Lezlie Christensen-Branum, School of Teacher Education & Leadership, August 2017
                  Sydnie Schoeph, School of Teacher Education & Leadership, March 2017