Position: Department Chair and Assistant Professor of Educational Studies
Location: Bowman 117 and Gregory 115A
Phone: (540) 665-4748
Doctor of Education: Educational Studies (Teaching, Curriculum, and Learning) Area of Emphasis: Literacy, University of Nebraska Lincoln, December 2018; Master of Arts: Teacher Learning, Teacher Education, Reading Specialist Endorsement, University of Nebraska Lincoln, May 2011; Bachelor of Science: Education and Human Sciences, Endorsements in 7-12 English, Reading and Writing, University of Nebraska Lincoln, May 2007
Fields of Expertise:
- Engagement and Equity Challenges teaching intervention courses
- Adolescent Struggling Readers
- Literacy and Engagement
- Teacher-Problem Solving
Malone, S. & Hamann, E.T. (2018). The Equity and Engagement Challenges of
Teaching Reading in Middle School. Manuscript in preparation.
Malone, Stephanie (February 22nd, 2018). “(You) Can Change a Students’, Literacy Story.” Presented at the Nebraska State Reading Conference, Kearney, Nebraska.
Sarroub, Loukia., Yu, Aiqing., & Malone, Stephanie (February 22nd, 2018). “Who are Legitimate Readers in Middle and High School Reading Classes?” Presented at the Nebraska State Reading Conference, Kearney, Nebraska.
Malone, Stephanie (February 23rd, 2018). “Teacher as Coach: The Classroom as Playing Field to Build Active and Engaged Readers.” Presented at the Nebraska State Reading Conference, Kearney, Nebraska.
Malone, Stephanie (February 24th, 2017). “I Don’t Read No Books. Helping Adolescent Readers Grow.” Presented at the Nebraska State Reading Conference, Kearney, Nebraska.
PUBLIC TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Former Reading Teacher/Reading Liaison of twelve years in Lincoln, Nebraska
Pushing limits is not always easy nor can it be done without support. What I have discovered is that without limits but with the right amount of support, more opportunity can be seized.
Mother of two daughters ages nine and seven
Runner (completed over 7 half-marathons)
Recently moved from Lincoln, Nebraska