Global Educators Cohort Program - Teacher Education

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EDUCATION

University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, USA Ph.D. 2003
Department of English.
Rhetoric and Composition Program
Minor in Curriculum and Instruction

Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT, USA M.A. 1998
Bread Loaf School of English
Department of English

Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL, USA B.A. 1993
Department of English
Certification Program in secondary English language arts education


HONORS & AWARDS

American Educational Research Association Division K Award for Exemplary Research in Teaching and Teacher Education (2014)

Edward B. Fry Book Award, Literacy Research Association (for outstanding contributions to literacy research and practice in The Rhetoric of Teaching: Understanding the Dynamics of Holocaust Narratives in an English Classroom) (2010)

Excellence and Innovation in Teaching Award, College of Education, MSU (2007)

Ghoddousi Mentor Award, College of Education, MSU (2005-2006)

Promising Researcher Award, National Council of Teachers of English (2005)

Preliminary Examination: passed “with distinction,” University of Wisconsin (2001)

Laurence B. Holland Scholarship, Middlebury College (1998)

DeWitt Wallace/Reader’s Digest Fellowship, Middlebury College (1995)

President’s Scholarship, Wheaton College (1989)


FACULTY POSITIONS

Professor, Michigan State University
Department of Teacher Education 2015-present
Department of English 2016-present

Associate Professor, Michigan State University 2009-2015
Department of Teacher Education, Language and Literacy Program

Assistant Professor, Michigan State University 2004-2009 Department of Teacher Education, Language and Literacy Program

Assistant Professor, Northern Arizona University 2003-2004

Department of English, English Education Program



K-12 TEACHING

Instructor, Pre-college Enrichment Opportunity Program for Learning Excellence 2002
(PEOPLE) Program, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Writing Instructor, Center for Talented Youth, Johns Hopkins University 2000

Curriculum Coordinator, Bridge School, Boulder, CO 1998-1999

English Teacher (Grades 7, 8, 9, 10, 11) and Department Chair, Bridge School 1996-1999

Language Arts Teacher (Grade 8), Ganado Middle School (Navajo Nation) 1994-1996

Elementary Teacher (Grades 5 & 6), Kinlichee Bureau of Indian Affairs 1993-1994
Boarding School (Navajo Nation)

Student Teacher (Grades 9 & 12), Proviso East High School (Chicago, IL) 1993


PUBLICATIONS

Books

Juzwik, M. M., Borsheim-Black, C., Caughlan, C. & Heintz, A. (2013)Inspiring dialogue: Talking to learn in the English classroom. Teachers College Press.

Duke, N.K., Caughlan, S., Juzwik, M. M., & Martin, N. (2012). Reading and writing genre with purpose in K-8 classrooms. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann Press.

Rex, L. & Juzwik, M. M. (Eds.). (2011). Narrative discourse analysis for teacher educators: Managing cultural differences in classrooms. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.

Juzwik, M. M. (2009). The rhetoric of teaching: Understanding the dynamics of Holocaust narratives in an English classroom. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.

Refereed articles

Juzwik, M. M., VanDerHeide, J., Dunn, M., & Goff, B. Becoming Argumentative Writers in (and Beyond) the English Classroom:Comparing Three Approaches to Teaching Argument Writing. Manuscript submitted to English Journal.

VanDerHeide, J., Juzwik, M. M., & Dunn, M. (2016). Teaching and learning argumentation in English: A dialogic approach. Theory into Practice, 55, 4, pp. 287-293.

Ives, D. & Juzwik, M. (2015). Small stories as performative resources: An emerging framework for studying literacy teacher identity. Linguistics and Education, 31, 74-85.

Juzwik, M. M. & McKenzie, C. (2015). Writing, religious faith, and rooted cosmopolitan dialogue: Portraits of two American Evangelical men in a public school English classroom. Written Communication, 32(2), 122-149.

Juzwik, M. M. (2014). American evangelical Biblicism as literate practice: A critical review. Reading Research Quarterly, 39(3), 335-349.

Juzwik, M. M., Whitney, A., Bell, A. B., Smith, A. (2014). Re-thinking personal narrative in the pedagogy of writing teacher preparation. Teaching/Writing: The Journal of Writing Teacher Education, 2(3), 28-36.

Juzwik, M. M. (2013). The Ethics of teaching disturbing pasts: Reader response, historical contextualization, and rhetorical (con)textualization of Holocaust texts in English. English Education, 45(3), 284-308.

Caughlan, S., Juzwik, M., Borsheim-Black, C., Kelly, S., & Fine, J. (2013) English teacher candidates developing dialogically organized instructional practices. Research in the Teaching of English, 47(3), 212-246. [published by the editorial team of Professors Dressman, McCarthey, and Prior]

Curcic, S., Wolbers, K., Juzwik, M. M., & Pu, J. (2012). Second language writing: Theorizing in instructional research P-12. TESOL Quarterly, 46(4), 820-831.

Juzwik, M. M., Sherry, M., Caughlan, S., Heintz, A., & Borsheim-Black, C. (2012). Supporting dialogically organized instruction in an English teacher preparation program: A video-based, Web 2.0-mediated response and revision pedagogy. Teachers College Record, 114(3).

Duke, N. K., Caughlan, S., Juzwik, M. M., & Martin, N. M. (2012). Teaching genre with purpose. Educational Leadership, 69(6), 34-39.
Richmond, G., Juzwik, M.M., & Steele, M.D. (2011). Trajectories of teacher identity development
across institutional contexts: Constructing a narrative approach. Teachers College Record, 113(9), 1863-1905.

Juzwik, M. & Ives, D. (2010). Small stories as resources for performing teacher identity: Identity-in-interaction in an urban language arts classroom. Narrative Inquiry, 20(1), 37-61.

Heintz, A., Borsheim, C., Caughlan, S., Juzwik, M. M., & Sherry, M. B. (2010). Video-based response & revision: Dialogic instruction using video and web 2.0 technologies. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 10(2). Retrieved from http://www.citejournal.org/vol10/iss2/languagearts/article2.cfm.

Hall, L., Johnson, A., Juzwik, M., Wortham, S., & Mosley, M. (2010). Teacher identity in the context of literacy teaching: Three explorations of classroom positioning and interaction in secondary schools. Teaching and Teacher Education, 26(2), 234-243.

Juzwik, M. M., Nystrand, M., Kelly, S., & Sherry, M. B. (2008). Oral narrative genres as dialogic resources for classroom literature study: A contextualized case study of conversational narrative discussion. American Educational Research Journal, 45(4), 1111-1154.

Caughlan, S. C., Juzwik, M. M., & Adler, M. (2008). From research to practice: Recontextualizing the CLASS program across boundaries. English Education, 41(1), 66-86.

Juzwik, M. M. & Sherry, M. B. (2007). Expressive language and the art of English teaching: Theorizing the relationship between literature and oral narrative. English Education, 39(3),226-259.

Juzwik, M. M. (2006). Situating narrative-minded research: A response to Anna Sfard’s and Anna Prusak’s ‘Telling identities.’ Educational Researcher, 25(9), 13-21.

Juzwik, M. M., Curcic, S., Wolbers, K., Moxley, K., Dimling, L., & Shankland, R. (2006). Writing into the twenty- first century: An overview of research on writing, 1999-2004. Written Communication, 23(4), 451-476.

Juzwik, M. M. (2006). Performing curriculum: Building ethos through narrative in pedagogical discourse. Teachers College Record, 108(4), 489-528.

Juzwik, M. M. (2004). What rhetoric can contribute to an ethnopoetics of narrative performance in teaching: The significance of parallelism in one teacher’s narrative. Linguistics and Education, 15(4), 359-386.

Juzwik, M. M. (2004). The dialogization of genres in teaching narrative: Toward a theory of hybridity in the study of classroom discourse. Across the Disciplines: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Language, Learning, and Academic Writing, 1.http://wac.colostate.edu/atd/.

Juzwik M. M. (2004). Towards an ethics of answerability: Reconsidering dialogism in sociocultural literacy studies. College Composition and Communication, 55(3), 536-567.

Juzwik, M. M. (2003). Handling curricular resources: An examination of two teachers’ tactical appropriation of first-year composition curricula. The Journal of the Council of Writing Program Administrators, 27(1-2), 40-58.

Juzwik, M. M. (1999). Our Ithacas: A ninth grade reflection. English Journal, 89(2), 87-93.

Juzwik, M. M. (1999). A vision of the possible: How adolescents built a rhetoric about place. Ohio Journal of the English Language Arts, 40(1), 46-58.

Book chapters

Juzwik, M. M., Van Der Heide, J., Macaluso, K., Smith, A., Perez, N., Caughlan, S., Macaluso, M., and McKenzie, C. (2016). Constructing literacies in secondary English language arts curriculum: Discourse, history, ethics (pp. 129-147). In Adolescent literacy: A handbook of practice-based research (Eds. K. Hinchman & D. Appleman). New York: Guilford.

Juzwik, M. M. (2015). Rhetorical narrative analysis. In P. Smeyers, D. Bridges, N. Burbules, & M. Griffiths (Eds.), International handbook of interpretation in educational research methods (pp. 135-159). New York: Springer.

Caughlan, S. and Juzwik, M. (2014). Dialogic approaches in English methods courses. In J. Brass & A. Webb (eds.), Reclaiming English language arts methods courses: Critical issues and challenges for teacher educators in top-down times (pp. 83-96). New York: Routledge.

Juzwik, M. M. Spoken narratives. (2012). In J. P. Gee and M. Handford (Eds.), Routledge handbook of discourse analysis (pp. 326-341). New York: Routledge.

Juzwik, M. M. (2011). Exploring cultural complexity in teacher education through interactional and critical study of classroom narratives. In L. Rex & M. M. Juzwik (Eds.), Narrative discourse analysis for teacher educators: Managing cultural differences in classrooms (pp. 105-130). Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.

Juzwik, M. M. & Ferkany, M. (2010). Discourse-oriented research and democratic justice. In Miller, sj & Kirkland, D., Moving social justice from theory to policy: Qualitative research tools (pp. 197-203).New York: Peter Lang.

Juzwik, M., Curcic, S., Wolbers, K., Moxley, K., Dimling, L., & Shankland, R. (2010). Writing into the twenty-first Century: A map of contemporary research on writing, 1999-2004. In M. Cappello and B. Moss, (Eds.), Contemporary readings in literacy education (pp. 265-297). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications. (Reprinted)

Juzwik, M. M. (2010). Challenges and possibilities for professional development in writing instruction: Connecting contemporary writing teachers with insights from diverse research on writing. In G. Troia, R. Shankland, & A. Heintz (Eds.), Putting writing research into practice: Applications for teacher professional development (pp. 259-275). New York: Guilford.

Juzwik, M. M. (2010). Negotiating moral stance in classroom discussion about literature: Entextualization and contextualization processes in a narrative spell. In P. Prior & J. Hengst (Eds.), Exploring semiotic remediation as discourse practice (pp. 77-106). London: Palgrave MacMillan.

Pressley, G. M. & Juzwik, M. M. (2005). Writing. In Pressley, G. M., Reading instruction that works: A case for balanced teaching (3rd ed., pp. 347-370). New York: Guilford.

Editorials, reviews, & other essays

Juzwik, M. M. (Ed.) (2016). Arthur Applebee: In Memorium. Research in the Teaching of English, 51(2), 241-253.

Juzwik, M. M., Cushman, E., Smith, K. & McKenzie, C. (2016). Editors’ Introduction: Defining and doing the “English Language Arts” in twenty-first century classrooms and teacher education programs. Research in the Teaching of English 51(2), 125-133.

Juzwik, M. M., Cushman, E. & McKenzie, C. (2016). Reading and writing identities in English language arts. Research in the Teaching of English, 51(1), 5-11.

McKenzie, C., Juzwik, M. M., Cushman, E., & Smith, K. (2016). Editor’s Introduction; Reading, writing, and teaching across borders: The nation-state, citizenship, and colonial legacies of linguistic and literate practice. Research in the Teaching of English, 50(4), 373-377.

Juzwik, M. M., Dunn, M. & Johnson, A. (2016). Dialogic teaching: From dialogic tools to dialogic stance. Research Literacy Panel blog. Literacy Today Online. International Literacy Association. https://www.literacyworldwide.org/blog/literacy-daily/2016/04/14/from-dialogic-tools-to-a-dialogic-stance.

Brindley, S., Juzwik, M. M. & Whitehurst, A. (2016). Diversifying dialogic discourses: Editors’ introduction to special issue on dialogic teaching. L1 - Educational Studies in Language and Literature, 16, 1-10.

Cushman, E., Juzwik, M. M., McKenzie, C., & Smith, K. (2016). Editors’ Introduction: Spatial and material relationships in teaching and learning English. Research in the Teaching of English, 50(3), 257-262.

Cushman, E. & Juzwik, M. M. (2015). Editors’ Introduction: The Teaching of English. Research in the Teaching of English, 50(2), 125-131.

Macaluso, K., Juzwik, M. M., & Cushman, E. (2015), Editors’ Introduction: Storying our research. Research in the Teaching of English, 50(1), 5-10.

Cushman, E., Juzwik, M. M., Macaluso, K., & Milu, E. (2015). Editors’ Introduction: Decolonizing research in the teaching of English(es). Research in the Teaching of English 49(4), 333-339.

Smith, A., Juzwik, M. M., & Cushman, E. (2015). Editors’ Introduction: (Dis)orienting spaces in literacy learning and teaching: Affects, ideologies, and textual objects. Research in the Teaching of English 49(3), 193-199.

Juzwik, M. M. & Cushman, E. (2014). Editors’ introduction: Teacher epistemology and ontology: Emerging perspectives on writing instruction and classroom discourse. Research in the Teaching of English, 49(2), 89-94.

Cushman, E. & Juzwik, M. M. (2014). Editors’ introduction: Developing the international presence of Research in the Teaching of English. Research in the Teaching of English, 49(1), 5-8.

Juzwik, M. M. & Cushman, E. (2014). Editors’ Introduction: Power and the schooling of English: Ideologies, embodiments, and ethical relationships. Research in the Teaching of English 48(4), 381-385.

Juzwik, M. M. & Cushman, E. (2013). Editors’ introduction: Translating, developing, and sponsoring literacies across the lifespan. Research in the Teaching of English, 48(2), 141-147.

Cushman, E. & Juzwik, M. M. (2013). Editors’ introduction: Tracing the movement of literacies
across, within, and around. Research in the Teaching of English, 48(1), 5-12.

Juzwik, M. (2010). Over-stating claims for story and for narrative inquiry: A cautionary note. Narrative Inquiry, 20(2), 375-380.

Juzwik, M. M. & Heintz, A. (2008). Review of Whittaker, R., O’Donnell, M., & McCabe, A. (Eds.). Language and literature: Functional approaches. (Continuum, 2005). Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 30(4),559-560.

Juzwik, M. M. (2008). Review of S. Kucer & C. Silva, Teaching the dimensions of literacy. (Lawrence Erlbaum, 2006). Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 30(1), 108-110.

Juzwik, M. M. (2008). Review of Wortham, S. Learning identity: The joint emergence of social identification and academic learning (Cambridge, 2006). Teachers College Record. (available on-line at www.tcrecord.org)

Pu, Jiang & Juzwik, M. M. (2007). Review of G. Demetrion, Conflicting paradigms in adult literacy education (Lawrence Erlbaum, 2005). Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 39(3), 492-494.

Juzwik, M. M. & Pu, Jiang. (2006). Review of R. Holme, Literacy: An introduction (University of Edinburgh Press, 2005). Applied Linguistics, 27, 531-534.

Juzwik, M. M. (2005). Review of V. Zamel & R. Spack, Crossing the curriculum: Multilingual learners in college classrooms (Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2004). Composition Studies, 33(1). Available on-line at http://www.compositionstudies.tcu.edu/bookreviews/online/33-1/juzwik.html

Juzwik, M. M. (2005). Review of G. Kamberelis & G. Dimitriadis, On qualitative inquiry (Teachers College Press, 2005). Teachers College Record, 107(11), 2502-2507.

Juzwik, M. M. & Sherry, M. (2005). Story makes sense of story: The power of oral narratives in
language arts classrooms. New Horizons for Learning Journal. http://www.newhorizons.org/journal/newjournal.htm

Juzwik, M. M. (2004). Review of R. Coe, L. Lingard, & T. Teslenko, The rhetoric and ideology of genre (Hampton, 2002). College Composition and Communication, 55(4), 767-770.

Juzwik, M. M. (2002). Review of C. Hill & E. Larson, Children and reading tests (Ablex, 1999). Teachers College Record, 104(1), pp. 10-12.

Juzwik, M. M. (1999). Weaving ‘countless silken ties of love and thought.’ Review essay about Stories in the land: A place-based environmental education anthology (Orion, 1998). Bread Loaf Rural Teacher Network Magazine (Spring/Summer), pp. 24-25.

Juzwik, M. M. (1997). Running the river. Newsletter of the Assembly of Rural Teachers of English, 7(2), pp. 4-5.

REFEREED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS & WORKSHOPS

Bad Christian: Essays on Sacramental Spirituality, Literature, and Education. Paper accepted for Trying to Say God: Re-enchanting the Literary Imagination, a literary gathering sponsored by the Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts at Notre Dame University, South Bend, IN, USA. (June 2017)

Juzwik, M. M. Rhetorical practices and mystical connections: Comparing the spiritual legacies of Simone Weil and Evelyn Underhill. InDigital, Apostolic, Mystical, Embodied: Religious Women’s Disarticulating Rhetorics. Paper accepted for presentation in competitive sponsored panel for the Religious Rhetorics Standing Special Interest Group. Conference of College Composition and Communication. Portland, OR, USA (March 2017). Invitation declined.

VanDerHeide, J. & Juzwik, M. M. (2017, February) The dialogic emergence of argumentative social action in a United States secondary English classroom. In Dialogic studies of writing, instruction, and classroom talk in United States literacy classrooms. Symposium presented at the Writing Research Across Borders Conference. Bogota, Colombia.

Juzwik, M. M. & McKenzie, C. (2014, November). Framing Biblicism as literate practice. In M. M. Juzwik (Chair). Understanding Biblicism as literacy practice. Panel presented at the annual conference of the National Council of Teachers of English. Washington D.C., USA.

Juzwik, M. M. & McKenzie, C. (2014, April). How religious faith complicates literacy education for cosmopolitanism in U.S. schools: A case study of an evangelical Christian student in a secondary English classroom. In J. Brass, Literacies, identities, and religious faith commitments and communities in dialogue. Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Philadelphia, PA, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2013, November). How can faith shape teachers’ ethical frameworks and pedagogical practices? Learning from an Evangelical Christian high school English teacher. Talk presented at the Annual Convention of the National Council of Teachers of English. Boston, MA, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. & McKenzie, C. (2013, June). Challenging faith in dialogue: The problem of religion
in a personal belief essay unit in a midwestern secondary US English classroom. Paper presented at
the biannual meeting of the International Association for the Improvement of Mother Tongue
Education, Paris, France.

Caughlan, S. & Juzwik, M. M. (2013, June). English teacher candidates developing dialogically
organized instructional practices. Paper presented at the biannual meeting of the International
Association for the Improvement of Mother Tongue Education, Paris, France.

Ives, D. & Juzwik, M. M. (2013, April). Small stories as performative resources: An emerging framework for studying literacy teacher identity. Poster presented at the Language and Social Processes Business Meeting(E. Yeager, Chair). Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Francisco, CA, USA.
Juzwik, M. M. (2012, November). What literacy practices surround the Bible in America’s evangelical sub-culture(s) and why should literacy scholars care? Roundtable presented at the Annual Conference of the Literacy Research Association. San Diego, CA, USA.
Juzwik, M. M. (2012, November). Evangelical Biblicism as literacy practice: Implications for scholarship and teaching. In V. Kinloch (Chair), From promising research to critical scholarship: Conversations with former promising research award winners. Roundtable talk at the Annual Convention of the National Council of Teachers of English. Las Vegas, NV, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2012, November). Rhetorical aspects of ethical reading. Paper presented in Borsheim-Black (Chair), Am I doing more harm than good? An ethical approach to multicultural literary study. Panel presented at the Annual Convention of the National Council of Teachers of English. Las Vegas, NV, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2012, April). Sharing and making meaning of experience. In N.K. Duke (Chair), Genre with purpose: Reading and writing narrative, informational, procedural, persuasive, and dramatic genres K – 8. Symposium presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Reading Association. Chicago, IL, USA.




Juzwik, M. M. (2011, November). Transacting with Holocaust texts in the English classroom: Ethical problems and rhetorical responses. Paper presented in M. Juzwik (Chair), Beyond reader response: Ethical, sociocultural, and historical issues in critically engaging multicultural literature. Annual Conference of the National Council of Teachers of English. Chicago, IL, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. and Caughlan, S. (2011, October). Dialoguing about dialogue: Using meta-lessons to help students engage and learn from classroom discussions. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Michigan Council of Teachers of English. East Lansing, MI, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2011, June). Preparing teachers to teach narrative writing: Implications and future directions. Paper presented in Expanding perspectives on narrative writing pedagogy in English teacher education, Biennial Conference on English Education. Fordham University, New York, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2011, April). Dialogic approaches to understanding and improving English classroom interaction. Paper presented in Feinstein, N. (Chair), Balancing epistemology and empowerment: Discussion, argument, and dialog across the disciplines. Symposium conducted at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. New Orleans, LA, USA.

Caughlan, S., Juzwik, M., Borsheim-Black, C., & Fine, J. (2011, February). Practices over time: Tracking the development of dialogic practices in pre-service teaching. Talk presented at the National Council of Teachers of English Assembly of Research Mid-Winter Conference. Madison, WI, USA.

Juzwik, M. & Ives, D. (2011, February). Examining identifying narrative performances across space and time in a middle school English classroom. Talk presented at the Writing Research Across Borders II Conference. George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, USA.

Caughlan, S. & Juzwik, M. (2010, December). Video-Based Response and Revision. Poster presented at the Annual Conference of the Literacy Research Association. Fort Worth, TX, USA.

Juzwik, M., Caughlan, S., Sherry, M., Heintz, A., & Borsheim, C. (2010, February). Video and Voicethread: Challenges of capturing, managing, transcribing, and analyzing multisemiotic data. Talk presented at the National Council of Teachers of English Assembly for Research Mid-Winter Conference. Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

Caughlan, S., Juzwik, M., Sherry, M., Vasilenko, C., LaVoy, M., & Heckman, A. (2009, November). Video-based response and reflection: A process of discovery. Talk presented at the annual meeting of the National Council of Teachers of English. Philadelphia, PA, USA.

Caughlan, S., Juzwik, M. Sherry, M., & Merritt, K. (2009, June). Negotiating new literacies and traditional pedagogies: English teacher candidates working toward dialogic instruction through video-based on-line social networking. Paper presented at the biennial Conference on English Education. Chicago, IL, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. & Ives, D. (2009, April). Small stories as resources for performing teacher identity: Identity-in-interaction in an urban language arts classroom. Paper presented in B. S. Olsen (Chair), Using teacher identity as conceptual model to investigate teachers and teaching in contemporary educational contexts. Session conducted at the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA, USA

Juzwik, M. M. (2008, April). How to cultivate dialogic discussions in your classroom using oral narrative talk. Presentation for the Bright Ideas Conference. Michigan State University. East Lansing, MI, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. & Nystrand, M., Kelly, S., & Sherry, M. B. (2008, March). Oral narrative genres as dialogic resources for classroom literature study: A contextualized case study of conversational narrative discussion. Paper presented in D. Rubin (chair), Learning through extended talk. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. New York, NY, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2007, November). Oral narratives as textual tools for teaching about the Holocaust and the Second World War: A referential analysis. Paper presented at the National Reading Conference. Austin, TX, USA.

Spector, K., Juzwik, M., & Caughlan, S. (2007, November). Narrative analysis in language and literacy: A review of the research. Paper presented at the National Reading Conference. Austin, TX, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. & Nystrand, M., Kelly, S., & Sherry, M. B. (2007, April). Opening dialogue through stories: An exploration of the relationship between oral narrative and dialogic discussions in middle-level classroom discussions about literature. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Chicago, IL, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2007, March). Teaching ethos performed: The moral uses of oral narrative in classroom interaction. Paper presented in A. Herrington (Chair), Locatingrhetorical agency in classrooms: Opening up spaces from which to write and speak. Panel conducted at the Conference on College Composition and Communication. New York, NY, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. & Ives, D. (2006, November). The influence of oral narrative in teaching writing. Paper presented at the annual conference of the National Council of Teachers of English. Nashville, TN, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2006, October). Theorizing oral narratives as classroom discourse genres. Paper presented at the Watson Conference. Louisville, KY, USA.

Crespo, S. & Juzwik, M. M. (2006, April). Stories teachers tell: Examining oral narratives in teacher groups. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Francisco, CA, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2006, April). The moral work of literary response: Oral narratives in an English
language arts classroom discussion. Paper discussion at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Francisco, CA, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2006, March). Toward a post-critical pedagogy. Paper presented in F. Farmer (Chair), Writing against the public. Panel conducted at the annual Conference on College Composition and Communication. Chicago, IL, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. & Sherry, M. B. (2006, February). Putting it together: Literature and oral narrative in the language arts classroom. Paper presented at the National Council of Teachers of English Assembly for Research Mid-Winter Conference. Chicago, IL, USA.

Caughlan, S. B. & Juzwik, M. M. (2005, November). Appropriating a research tool to facilitate teachers’ discussion practices. Paper presented in M. Nystrand (Chair), Opening and maintaining dialogic spaces for teacher learning about discussion. Panel conducted at the annual meeting of the National Council of Teachers of English. Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2005, July). Performative ethos and narrative responses to literature in middle school. Paper presented at the 14th World Congress of Applied Linguistics. Madison, WI, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2005, April). How linguistic narrative analysis can promote complex understandings of culture in classrooms. Paper presented in B. Rymes (chair), Narrative research and literacy teacher education: Pursuing sociolinguistic possibilities. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Juzwik, M. M., Curcic, S., Wolbers, K., Moxley, K., Dimling, L., & Shankland, R. (2005, February). Mapping research on writing. Paper presented at the Writing Research in the Making Conference. University of California, Santa Barbara, CA, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2004, December). Narrative voices and collectively remembering in a middle school classroom context. Paper presented in P. Hayes (Chair), Understanding the Holocaust: Studies across contexts. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the Association of Jewish Studies. Chicago, IL, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. & Nystrand, M. (2004, November). Autobiographical narratives in a linguistically and culturally diverse classroom. Paper presented in L. Rex (Chair), “Doing English” in the classroom: Implications for students and teachers. Panel conducted at the annual meeting of the National Council of Teachers of English, Indianapolis, IN, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2004, May). Understanding pedagogy as performance: The rhetorical construction of teaching ethos in a Holocaust unit. Paper presented at Rhetoric Society of America Biennial Conference, Austin, TX, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (April, 2004). Voices of remembering the Holocaust: A cultural historicalanalysis of narrative performances in a middle-level Holocaust unit. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2004, February). Narrative performances in middle school literature teaching:
Constructing an ethos as a person of color. Paper presented at the National Council of Teachers of English Assembly for Research Mid-Winter Conference, Berkeley, CA, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2003, December). The dialogization of genres in teaching narrative: Moving beyond primary and secondary genres in the study of classroom discourse. Paper presented in C. Pappas (Chair), Hybridity and genre: Perspectives, theories, and practices. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference, Scottsdale, AZ, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2003, April). Verbal art as teaching method: Identification through oral narrative genres in middle-level Holocaust pedagogy. In J. Gee (Chair), Genre in action: Literacy practices in middle level classrooms. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2003, March). Enacting history: Narrative and ethos in pedagogical discourse. Paper presented at the annual convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication, New York, NY, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. & Tiedemann, J. (2002, April). Ethics, rhetoric, and administration. Paper presented at the annual convention of the Conference of College Composition and Communication, Chicago, IL, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2002, April). On answerability: Some new possibilities for Bakhtinian literacy scholarship. Paper presented at the Bakhtin, Vygotsky, Composition, and Rhetoric Special Interest Group meeting at the annual convention of the Conference of College Composition and Communication, Chicago, IL, USA.

O’Connor, K. & Juzwik, M. M. (2002, March). Video data and language in education research. Paper presented at the University of Pennsylvania Ethnography Forum, Philadelphia, PA, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2002, February). Towards a rhetoric of teaching: An emerging theoretical framework for classroom-based literacy research. Paper presented at the National Council of Teachers of English Assembly for Research Mid-Winter Conference, New York, NY, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. & Stone, J. (2001, November). Rethinking sentence-level pedagogy: From teaching grammar to teaching the consequences and uses of style. In M. Nystrand (Chair), Rethinking sentence-level pedagogy: From teaching grammar to teaching the consequences and uses of style. Panel conducted at the annual meeting of the National Council of Teachers of English, Baltimore, MD, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2001, November). Opening up choices for student writers: Creating style exercises. In M. Nystrand (Chair), Rethinking sentence-level pedagogy: From teaching grammar to teaching the consequences and uses of style. Panel conducted at the annual meeting of the National Council of Teachers of English, Baltimore, MD, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2001, April). From basic writing to rhetoric: New directions in first-year composition curriculum. In J. Gee (Chair), Reframing academic literacy. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Seattle, WA, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2001, March). Constructions of ethos and knowledge in teaching the Holocaust: From dialogism to answerability. Paper presented at the annual convention of the Conference of College Composition and Communication annual convention, Denver, CO, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2000, November). Ethos, knowledge, and the unknowable: Finding a balanced approach to teaching and learning about the Holocaust. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council of Teachers of English, Milwaukee, WI, USA.


INVITED LECTURES, PRESENTATIONS, & WORKSHOPS

Juzwik, M. M. Reading and Writing Mystical Experience: What Teachers can Learn from Women Mystics Engaging Literate Practices to Connect with the Divine. In M. M. Juzwik & J. C. Stone (Chairs), Religion, Spirituality, and the Work of Literacy Education. Roundtable to be conducted in November 2017 at the Annual Conference of the National Council of Teachers of English. St. Louis, MO, USA. Juzwik, M. M. & Barros, S. Essay writing as spatiotemporal resource for citizenship in classrooms, nation-states, and the Kingdom of Heaven. In S. Canagarajah (Chair), Innovations and challenges in language as a spatial resource. Paper to be presented in July 2017 at the World Congress of Applied Linguistics. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Juzwik, M. M. (2015, March). Writing to honor God in a public school English classroom. Paper presented in the department of English. University of Tennessee. Knoxville, TN, USA.

Caughlan, S. & Juzwik, M. M. (2014, March). Research on English teacher candidates
developing dialogically organized classroom practices. Keynote talk given at Understanding and inspiring dialogue: Mini-conference on classroom discourse. University of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2013, October). How religious faith complicates literacy education for cosmopolitanism: An evangelical Christian writing to honor God in a public school English classroom. Paper presented for the Writing Colloquium at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. USA

Juzwik, M. M. (2012, June). Responding to twenty-first century trends in secondary writing through partnershipsthat support transitioning into higher education. Workshop given for Summer Seminar in Rhetoric and Composition. Michigan State University. East Lansing, MI, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2012, February). Narratives as dynamic resources for teaching and Learning: Rhetoric, poetics, dialogue, and the moral mandate for English. Talk presented at the University of Wisconsin. Madison, WI, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2012, March). Faith in dialogue: An exploration of faith in the work and lives of American evangelical English teachers. Talk presented at Oakland University. Rochester, MI, USA.

Caughlan, S., Juzwik, M. M., Borsheim-Black, C. (2011, February). Tracking the development of dialogic practices in pre-service teachers. Talk presented to the Literacy Colloquy, Department of Teacher Education, Michigan State University.

Juzwik, M. M. (2011, March). Common Core State Standards on writing in action (Middle and Secondary). Talk presented at the Michigan Reading Association Research-into-Practice Institute. Grand Rapids, MI, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2010, November). The Rhetoric of Teaching: Studying the dynamics of Holocaust narratives in an English classroom. Talk presented at the University of Iowa. Iowa City, Iowa, USA.

Juzwik, M. M., Caughlan, S., Borsheim, C., Heintz, A., & Sherry, M. (2009, November). How do English teacher candidates develop dialogic practices? Studying video-based response and revision across time and space. Talk presented at Literacy Colloquy. Michigan State University. East Lansing, MI, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. & Caughlan, S. (2008, March). Structuring dialogic discussions about literature. Talk presented at the Annual Conference of the Michigan Reading Association. Detroit, MI, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2007, November). Narrative analysis and the performance of identity in secondary English classrooms. In M. Mosley (Chair), Identity and agency research in adolescent and adult literacy. Invited symposium conducted at the National Reading Conference. Austin, TX, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2007, September). Negotiating multiple directions, developments and discourses in writing research: New questions raised by a recent survey. Talk presented at the Literacy Achievement Center Research Symposium. East Lansing, MI, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2007, April). Interpretive possibilities and historical responsibilities: Instructional uses of Holocaust memoir. Talk presented at the 9th Annual Michigan Teachers Workshop on Holocaust Education. Michigan State University. East Lansing, MI, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2007, March). Navigating as a new assistant professor. Talk for the AERA Division G (Language and Social Processes) Early Career Breakfast. Chicago, IL, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. & Sherry, M. (2006, September). Classroom discourse and oral narratives. Talk presented at the Literacy Achievement Research Center Fall Practitioner Conference. East Lansing, MI, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2006, May). Investigating rhetorics of teaching: Oral narratives in language and literacy pedagogy. Talk presented at the NCRLL Breakfast. Annual convention of the International Reading Association. Chicago, IL.

Juzwik, M. M. (2006, April). Performing perpetrators? Roles and Uses of Simulation in Teaching the Holocaust. Talk presented at the 8th Annual Michigan Teachers Workshop on Holocaust Education. Michigan State University. East Lansing, MI, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2006, April). The moral work of literary response: Studying oral narratives in English language arts classroom discussion. Talk presented to the Literacy Colloquy, Michigan State University. East Lansing, MI, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2005, November). Towards a rhetoric of teaching: Investigating oral teacher narratives in classroom instruction. Talk presented at the annual meeting of the National Council of Teachers of English. Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2005, November). Narrative research on classroom instruction. Talk presented at the Center for Research on Educational Opportunity. Notre Dame University. South Bend, IN, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2005, October). Oral narratives in teaching and implications for literacy pedagogy. Workshop for the first year writing instructor colloquium. Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures Program, Michigan State University, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2004, March). Narrative scaffolding as instructional practice: A sociocultural perspective on literacy learning at the middle school level. Talk presented for the Applied Linguistics brown bag series. Department of English. Northern Arizona University. Flagstaff, AZ, USA.

Juzwik, M. M.( 2003, March). Parallelism as pedagogical method: A poetic analysis of teacher narration in a middle-level lesson about Kristallnacht. Paper presented at the Rhetoric and Composition Colloquium, University of Wisconsin. Madison, WI, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2002, June). Keynote Address. Bridge School commencement ceremony. Boulder, CO. USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2001, October). Using the CLASS program for teacher reflection. Center on English Learning and Achievement teacher development workshop. Milwaukee, WI, USA.



GRANTS, FELLOWSHIPS, & OTHER FUNDING

Principal Investigator

Faith in dialogue: How Religious Faith Shapes Moral Deliberation in $40,000 2012-2014
Contemporary English Classrooms
Principal Investigator
Spencer Foundation Small Grants Program




Faith in dialogue: How Religious Faith Shapes Moral Deliberation in $8000 2012-2013
Contemporary English Classrooms
Principal Investigator
College of Education In-House Grant Program
Michigan State University

How do English Teacher Candidates Develop Dialogic Teaching Practices? $40,000 2010-2011
A Study of Video-Based Response & Revision across Time and Space
Principal Investigator
Spencer Foundation Small Grants Program

Video-Based Response and Revision: Teacher Candidates Developing $2275 2009-2010
Dialogic Practices Over Time and Space
Principal Investigator
Undergraduate Researcher Stipend
Office of the Provost
Michigan State University

Video-Based Response and Reflection: A Two-Year Study of $85,000 2008-2010
English Teacher Candidates’ Development of Dialogic Instructional Practices
Principal Investigator, with Samantha Caughlan
Bates-Byers Award for Technology and Curriculum
College of Education, Michigan State University

TheInfluence of Oral Narrative in Teaching Writing $12,500 2005-2007
Principal Investigator
National Council of Teachers of English Grant-in-Aid Program

The Influence of Oral Narrative in Teaching Writing $25,000 2005-2007
Principal Investigator
Michigan State University Intramural Research Grant Program

The Influence of Oral Narrative in Teaching Writing $3000 2005-2006
Principal Investigator
Michigan State University College of Education In-House Grant Program

Teaching the Holocaust in Middle and Secondary Classrooms: $1000 2005-2006
Integrating Research and Practice to Guide English Educators
Principal Investigator
Kussy Scholarship for Study of the Holocaust
James Madison College, Michigan State University

Autobiographical Narratives in a Linguistically $5000 2004
and Culturally Diverse Classroom (declined)
Principal Investigator
Intramural Research Grant Program, Northern Arizona University

Vilas Travel Fellowship $600 2002
Dissertator
Graduate School
University of Wisconsin, Madison

Teaching Grants

Teaching with Technology Special Initiative Grant $1200 1998
Teacher Researcher
National Endowment for the Humanities

Stories in the Land Grant for Classroom Teachers $1000 1997
Teacher Researcher
Orion Society

Other Grant Work

Cyber-enabled Teacher Analytics: Transforming Teacher (2018-2021)
Professional Development via Automated Classroom Discourse Analysis
Advisory Board Member (PIs: Sean Kelly & Sidney D’Mello)
Proposal submitted to the National Science Foundation

Project Write III: Writing, Reading, Inquiry, and Technology $250,000 2014-2015
Education
Workshop Leader and Consultant (PI: Janet Swenson)
Title II, Michigan Department of Education

Dialogic Teaching: Professional Development in Classroom $1,447,714 2012-2016
Discussion to Improve Students’ Argument Literacy
Advisory Board Member (PIs: Ian Wilkinson & Alina Reznitskaya)
Institute of Educational Sciences Education Research Grants Program

Automating the Measurement and Assessment $1,599,828 2013-2016
Of Classroom Discourse
Advisory Board Member (PIs: Martin Nystrand, Arthur Graesser,
Andrew Olney, Sidney D’Mello, & Sean Kelly)
Institute of Educational Sciences Education Research Grants Program

Project Write: Writing, Reading, Inquiry, and Technology $237,741 2007-2008
Education
Outside Evaluator (PI: Janet Swenson)
Title II, Michigan Department of Education

COURSES

TE 407 (Teaching English to Diverse Learners)
TE 408 (Crafting English Teaching Practices)
TE 501/502 (year-long student teaching practicum)
TE 802 (Reflection and Inquiry in Secondary English Teaching Practices)
TE 848 (Methods of Writing Instruction, including on-line version)
TE 835 (Research and Theory in Writing Instruction)
CEP/TE 915 (Literacy in Sociocultural Context)
TE 982 (Writing for Publication)
TE 991 (Narrative Analysis, Discourse Analysis)
TE 991 (Religion and Education)
TE 994 (Practicum in Teaching English Teacher Education)
TE 995 (Research Practicum)
CEP 912 (Psychology of Writing)
ENG 313 (Composition Workshop for Teachers)
ENG 413 (Critical Questions in Language and Composition)
ENG 301 (Language, Literacy, and Learning), at Northern Arizona University (NAU)
ENG 581 (Language, Literacy and Learning), at NAU
C&I 431 (Young Adult Literature for Schools), at University of Wisconsin, Madison (UW)

OTHER UNIVERSITY TEACHING

Course Presentations, Michigan State University (ongoing)
TE 408 Lab (Crafting English teaching practices)
TE 840 (Literacy Proseminar)
AL 872 (Methods of Research into Language Learning and Literacy)
TE 873 (Literacy Leadership Seminar)
AL 882 (Rhetorical Theory)
TE 930 (Literacy Research Inquiry Seminar)
TE 931 (Introduction to Qualitative Methods

Assistant Director, First Year Composition Program, Department of English, University of Wisconsin, Madison (2000-2001)

Writing Instructor, Department of English, University of Wisconsin, Madison (1999-2000)


GRADUATE ADVISING

Director or Advisor, Dissertation and Program committees, Michigan State University
Mandie Dunn, advisor (TE, 2014-present)
Recipient, MSU University Fellowship (2014-2019)

Cori McKenzie, advisor (TE, 2012-present)
Recipient, MSU University Fellowship (2012-2017); Recipient, MSU College of Education Summer Research Fellowship (2014).

Natasha Perez, advisor (TE, 2013-2016).
Recipient, Janice Marston Endowed Scholarship (2300), University of Miami CHC Fellows travel grant (1500), CEE Cultural Diversity Grant, NCTE (500), Nickerson Fellowship in Cultural Diversity and Minority Concerns (2008), Urban Retention Fellowship (2000), Summer Research Fellowship, Tinker Fellowship (2800), University of Miami Pre-Prospectus Fellowship (1500), CIES New Scholar’s fellowship, and Fellowship for Global Understanding.

Kati Macaluso, advisor (TE, 2011-2016)
Recipient, MSU University Fellowship (2011-2016); Recipient, MSU College of Education Summer Research Fellowship (2013, 2014). Director, Association of Catholic Education Advocates. Faculty of Supervision for the M.Ed. Program. Notre Dame University.

Amanda Smith, advisor (TE, 2010-2016)
Recipient, MSU College of Education Summer Research Fellowship (2011). Recipient, Fellowship to Enhance Global Understanding (2012).Recipient, Research Enhancement Fellowship (2012-2013). Assistant Professor, Department of Curriculum Studies, University of Hawaii at Manoa.

Jiang Pu, advisor and director (TE, 2013). Learning to write in the digital age: ELLs’ literacy practices in and out of a western urban high school. Recipient of the MSU College of Education Urban Teacher Retention Fellowship (2010).

Carlin Borsheim-Black, advisor and director, TE (2012). “Not as multicultural as I’d like”: Complicating white English teachers’ engagement of multicultural literature study in predominantly white contexts. Recipient, MSU Graduate School Dissertation Completion Fellowship (2011); Recipient, MSU Dissertation Development Fellowship (2010); Recipient, MSU College of Education Excellence and Innovation in Teaching Award (2010); Recipient, MSU Teacher Education Endowed Fellowship (2008, 2009); Recipient, MSU Summer Research Development Fellowship (2008, 2009, 2010); Recipient, MSU Spencer Research Training Grant (2008). Assistant Professor, Department of English, Central Michigan University.

Anne Heinz, advisor and director (CEPSE, 2011). Composing in public. Recipient, MSU University Fellowship (2006-2011); Recipient, MSU College of Education Excellence and Innovation in Teaching Award (2009), Co-recipient, First place, MSU AT&T Instructional Technology Awards Competition (2008).

Christine Dawson, advisor and director, TE (2011). Inventing teacher-writers. Recipient,
MSU University Fellowship (2005-2010); Recipient, MSU College of Education Excellence and Innovation in Teaching Award (2009); Recipient, MSU Graduate School Dissertation Completion Fellowship (2011). Director of Student Teaching and Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Education, Skidmore College.

Deborah Vriend Van Duinen, advisor and director, TE (2011). Sponsoring teen boys directly; Sponsoring teen boys’ literacy practices indirectly. Recipient, MSU Graduate School Dissertation Completion Fellowship (2011). Recipient, Towsley Scholar Award 2014(awarded to one pre-tenure faculty member each year), AssistantProfessor, Department of Education, Hope College.

Michael Sherry, advisor and director, TE (2010). Reframing discussion. Recipient, MSU
College of Education Excellence and Innovation in Teaching Award (2007); Recipient, MSU Graduate School Dissertation Completion Fellowship (2010). Assistant Professor, Department of English, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania.

Marini Lee, co-director with Dorothea Anagnostoupoulos, TE (2010), Telling the future: Narrating urban teaching identities. Recipient, AERA Minority Fellowship in Education Research (2008-2009); Recipient, King Chavez Parks Future Faculty Fellowship (2009-2010), (2009-2010).


Ruedeerath Chusanachoti, advisor and director, TE (2009). EFL learning through language activities outside school: A case study of English education students in Thailand. Recipient, MSU College of Education Dissertation Completion Fellowship (2009). Faculty member , Department of Curriculum, Instruction and Educational Technology, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand.
Denise Ives, advisor and director, TE (2008), “We stranded in school”: Survival literacy through adaptive colorations among high-achieving African American middle school students. Associate Professor, Department of Teacher Education and Curriculum Studies, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.


Member, Dissertation committees, Michigan State University

Michael Macaluso, TE (2016). Examining canonicity as an implicit and discursive frame in secondary English classrooms.

Jillian Kavanna, TE (2016). Mathematics Teachers' Data Use in Practice: Considering Accountability, Action Research, and Agency. Recipient, MSU University Fellowship. Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Connecticut.

Kongji Qin, TE (2016). Language, positioning, and masculinities: A critical sociolinguistic ethnography
of immigrant adolescent boys’ identity performances and learning experiences in a U.S. high school. Assistant Professor, New York University.

Lisa Hawkins, TE (2015). Assistant Professor, Ball State University.

Kristin McIlhagga, TE (2015). Children’s literature in elementary teacher education curricula: A repertoire for teacher as coach, critic, and curator.

Annis N. Stubbs, TE (2014). Race, identity and language in shifting schools. Executive Director of
Teach for America. Detroit, MI, USA.

Christina Berchini, TE (2014). “I toe the line sometimes”: Exploring how white teachers re/produce, and are re/produced by, authoritative discourses of whiteness in their classrooms, curriculum, and discourse. Assistant Professor, Department of English, University of Wisconsin-Eu Claire.

Hamin Baek, TE (2013). Tracing fifth-grade students’ metamodeling cognition through their engagement
in a model-based curriculum unit.

Nicole Martin, TE (2011). Exploring elementary students’ informational comprehension processes. Recipient of MSU University Distinguished Fellowship (2006-2011). Assistant Professor, Department of Elementary Education, Ball State University.

Kathy Schoon-Tanis, TE (2010). "Wait! I can use that in my classroom?": Popular culture in/and secondary English language arts. Adjunct instructor, Department of English, Hope College.

Mary Tomczyk, TE (2009). Prospective teachers’ figured worlds of the parent-teacher conferences: Collaborating, instructing, and impressing parents. Associate professor, Department of Education, Madonna College.

Michele Fero, Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures (2009). Negotiating
Literacy: The Implications of Writing Program Reform in one University. Academic Specialist, Michigan State University.

Robert Petrone, English (2008). Shreddin’ it up: Re-thinking “Youth” through the logics of learning and literacy in a skateboarding community. ). Recipient of Spencer Dissertation Fellowship (2007-2008). Recipient of the MSU Excellence in Teaching Citation (2007). Associate Professor, Department of English, Montana State University.

Jim Fredricksen, TE (2008). “You know what I mean?” National Writing Project Teachers explaining their judgment: A case study of teacher rhetoric. Associate Professor, Department of English, Boise State University.

Thomas Crisp, TE (2008). Rethinking Rainbow Boys: The [Limited] possibilities of canonical gay adolescent literature. Assistant Professor, Department of Early Childhood and Elementary Education, Georgia State University.

Lindsey Mohan, CEPSE (2008). Orchestrating productive discussion: A study of dialogic discourse and participation in science classrooms.

Jacqueline LaRose, TE (2007). Questioning the questions. Associate Professor, Department of Teacher Education, Eastern Michigan University.

Suzanne Knight, TE (2007). Understanding positionality: A narrative study in teacher education. Associate Professor, Department of English, University of Michigan, Flint.

Kristen Perry, TE (2007), "Look, You Have to Sign": Literacy Practices among Sudanese Refugee Families. Recipient of J. Michael Parker Award from the National Reading Conference. Recipient of Early Career Achievement Award from the Literacy Research Association. Associate Professor, Literacy Education, University of Kentucky, Lexington.

Jeremy Francis, English (2007), Uncovering the mythology of secondary English language arts: A Barthesian approach to English studies, Clinical associate professor, College of Law, Michigan State University.

David Gallagher, CEPSE (2006), Negotiating English, Literature, and the New Literacies. Associate Professor, Education, Mount Saint Mary’s College.

Kristen Dara Hill, TE (2006), A seventh grade teacher’s use of literature based instruction, critical race theory, and culturally responsive pedagogy to help students negotiate literate identity in an affluent suburb experiencing problems of residency. Associate Professor, Education, University of Michigan, Dearborn.

Member, program committee, Annie Kelvie, Department of English, University of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign (2014-present)

Outside reader, Sharon Fransen, Department of Teaching and Learning, Temple University (2016)

Member, dissertation committee, Danielle Lillge, Joint PhD Program in English and Education,
University of Michigan (2014). When does literacy professional development work? Understanding urban high school teachers’ learning about the teaching of writing. Assistant Professor and Director of English Education, Department of English, Missouri State University.

Member, Dissertation committee, Burke Scarbrough, Department of Teaching and Curriculum,
University of Rochester (2012), “Best. Summer. Ever.”: Diversity and Youth Positioning at an Elite Boarding School Summer Session. Assistant Professor, Department of English, University of Minnesota, Duluth.

Member, Dissertation committee, Camilla Vasquez, Department of English, Northern Arizona
University (2005), Teacher positioning in post-observation discourse. Associate Professor, Department of Second Language Acquisition, University of South Florida.

Member, Doctoral Program committees, Michigan State University
Ashley Johnson, TE, 2016 – present.
Tamara J. Smolek (TE, 2015-present)
Kenneth Bradfield (TE, 2014-present)
Justin Detmers (TE, 2013-present)
Heejoo Suh (TE, 2012-present)
Bevin Roue (TE, 2013-2015)
Don McClure (TE, 2012-2014)
Josh Sauvie (Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures, 2010-2014)
April Baker Bell (Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures, 2011-2014)
Erik Skogsberg (TE, 2011-2014)
Takumi Sato (TE, 2010-2012)
Suzanne Kauer (TE, 2005-2012)
Leah Kirell (TE, 2005-2012)
Carleen Carey (TE, 2010-2011)
Kelly Merritt (TE, 2007-2010)
Rebecca Norman (TE, 2007-2009)
Ann Lawrence (TE, 2007-2009)
Kevin Burke (TE, 2008-2009)
Marjorie Cooper (TE, 2005-2008)
Valerie Struthers (TE, 2005-2008)
Kathleen Moxley (TE, Fall 2004-Spring 2006)
Kimberly Wolbers (CEPSE, Fall 2004-Fall 2005)


OTHER MENTORING
Mentor (2012), L. Ramon Veal Research Roundtable. Annual Meeting of the National Council of Teachers of English, Las Vegas, USA.




SERVICE TO THE PROFESSION

Editorial Leadership

Advisory Board Member, Language and Literacy Series, Teachers College Press 2014-present

Co-editor (with Ellen Cushman), Research in the Teaching of English 2013-present
Journal impact factor: 1.52; Acceptance rate: 5.2%

Co-editor (with Sue Brindley and Alison Whitehurst), Special Issue of L1 Journal (2014-2016)
on Dialogic Pedagogy and Practice

Area Editor, Journal of Literacy Research 2010-2012

Member, American Educational Research Association Books Editorial Committee 2011-2014

Editor, National Conference on Research in Language and Literacy Newsletter 2007-2010
Volumes 34 (2), 35 (1), 35 (2), 36 (1), 36 (2), 37 (1)

Guest Area Editor, Journal of Literacy Research 2009-2010

Manuscript Reviews

Editorial Board, Research in the Teaching of English (2008-2013)
Editorial Board, Reading and Writing Quarterly: Overcoming Learning Difficulties
Reviewer, Reading Research Quarterly
Reviewer, Religion and Education
Reviewer, Written Communication
Reviewer, Linguistics and Education
Reviewer, Teachers College Record
Reviewer, Discourse Processes
Reviewer, Narrative Inquiry
Reviewer, Journal of Literacy Research
Reviewer, English Education
Reviewer, For the Learning of Mathematics
Reviewer, Pedagogy
Reviewer, Guilford Press
Reviewer, Harvard Educational Press
Reviewer, Routledge Press
Reviewer, Sage Publications
Reviewer, Cambridge University Press
Reviewer, Longman Publishers
Reviewer, Teachers College Press
Reviewer, National Council of Teachers of English Press
Reviewer, National Council of Teachers of English Press, Series in Writing and Rhetoric
Reviewer, Improving Teacher Quality Grant Competition, Arizona Board of Regents
Reviewer, National Council of Teachers of English annual meeting (Research strand)
Reviewer, American Educational Research Association annual meeting. Divisions B, G, K,
Writing and Literacies SIG, Cultural-Historical SIG.
Reviewer, Stages I and II, Conference on College Composition and Communication

International and National CommitteesMember, Scientific Committee, International Society for the Advancement of Writing Research (2016-present)

Board Member, Religion and Education SIG, American Educational Research Association (2014-2015).

Chair, Division K, American Educational Research Association, Mid-Career Award Committee (2012-2013).

Co-Chair,Division K, American Educational Research Association, Mid-Career Award Committee (2011-2012).

Member,Intellectual Freedom Committee, International Reading Association (2010-2011)

Member, Publications Committee, National Reading Conference (2008-2011)

Member, Nominating Committee, Conference on English Education (2009-2010)

Chair of Publications and Member, Executive Board of the National Council on Research in Language and Literacy (2007-2010)

Member, National Council of Teachers of English Standing Committee on Research (2006-2009)

Member, Conference on College Composition and Communication Research Committee (2005-2011)

Member, Executive Board of the Arizona English Teachers Association (2003-2004)


Conference Programs

Chair and Organizer (with Jennifer Stone), Religion, spirituality, and the work of literacy 2017
education. Featured Research Session to be presented the Annual Conference
of the National Council of Teachers of English. St. Louis, MO.

Organizer, Dialogic studies of writing, instruction, and classroom talk in United States 2017
literacy classrooms. Symposium presented at the Writing Research Across Borders
Conference. Bogota, Colombia.

Chair and organizer, Understanding Biblicism as literate practice. 2014
Panel presented at the Annual Conference of the National Teachers of English.
Washington D.C., USA.

Roundtable session chair and organizer (with Ellen Cushman), A dialogue 2014
about literacy educational practice and research in the teaching of
English(es): Emerging directions and possibilities. Featured Research Session to be
presented at the Annual Conference of the National Council of Teachers of English.
Washington D.C., USA.

Session Organizer, Literacies, identities, and religious faith commitments and communities 2014
in dialogue. Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the
American Educational Research Association. Philadelphia, PA, USA.

Session Chair (with Lara Handfield), Exploring teacher identities and 2013
ideologies of language and literacy across time and space. Session presented at the
Language and Social Processes Business Meeting at the Annual Meeting
of the American Educational Research Association.
San Francisco, CA, USA.

Discussant, Social, cultural, and political issues of literacy practices in and out of school. 2012
Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the Literacy Research
Association. San Diego, CA, USA.

Session Organizer & Chair, Beyond reader response: Ethical, sociocultural, 2011
and historical issues in critically engaging multicultural literature. Panel
conducted at the Annual Conference of the National Council of Teachers
of English. Chicago, IL, USA.

Session Organizer, Expanding perspectives on narrative writing pedagogy 2011
in English teacher education. Session conducted at the biennial Conference
on English Education. Fordham University. New York,
NY, USA.

Session Organizer, Narrative research in language and literacy: Current 2009
work from the Literacy Achievement Research Center. Panel conducted
at the Conference on College Composition and Communication. San
Francisco, CA, USA.

Session Organizer, Expanding approaches and texts in teaching about 2008
the Holocaust. Panel conducted at the annual meeting of the National
Council of Teachers of English. San Antonio, TX, USA.

Session Chair, Snapshots: Teacher educators examining the thinking of 2007
prospective teachers. Annual Conference of the National Council of Teachers
of English. New York, NY, USA

SessionChair, AERA Writing and Literacies SIG, Writing as a social practice 2007
Chicago, IL, USA

Discussant, AERA Division C, Section 1, In G. Berdugo (Chair), Sociocultural 2007
Perspectives in Literacy Development and Instructional Practice. Chicago, IL, USA

Program chair,AERA Division B, Section 1 2006
Annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association.
San Francisco, CA, USA.

Co-organizer, The uses of narrative. 2006
Panel presented at the Watson Conference. Louisville, KY, USA.

Session chair, 14th World Congress of Applied Linguistics (AILA) 2005
Rhetoric and Stylistics strand. Madison, WI, USA.
Organizer (M. Nystrand, Chair), Narrative analysis in literacy learning contexts 2005
Symposium presented at AILA. Madison, WI, USA.

Organizer (B. Rymes, Chair), Narrative research and Literacy Teacher Education 2005
Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational
Research Association. Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Co-Organizer (J. P. Gee, Chair), Genre in action: Literacy practices in middle-level 2003
classrooms. Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the American
Educational Research Association. Chicago, IL, USA.

Co-Organizer (M. Nystrand, Chair). Rethinking sentence-level pedagogy: 2001
From teaching grammar to teaching the consequences and uses of style.
Panel presented at the annual meeting of the National Council of Teachers of English.
Baltimore, MD, USA.

Co-Organizer (J. P. Gee, Chair), Reframing academic literacy 2001
Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the American
Educational Research Association. Seattle, WA, USA.


DEPARTMENT, COLLEGE, & UNIVERSITY SERVICE:

Co-Chair, TE RPTE Committee (Fall 2016-present).

Member, English Education Working Group (2016-present).

Member, Language and Literacy Working Group (2015-present).

Member, TE RPTE Task Force (Spring 2016-present).

Member, TE DEC (2016-present).

Member, Social Science Institutional Review Board. Michigan State University (2013-2015).

Chair, English Education search committee. Department of Teacher Education. College of Education. Michigan State University (2013-2014; 2014-2015).

Member, English Education search committee. College of Arts and Letters. Michigan State University (2013-2014).

Member, English Education Coordinating Committee. College of Arts and Letters. Michigan State University (2013-present).

Consulting Member, Reappointment, Promotion, and Tenure Evaluation committee. Department of Teacher Education. College of Education. Michigan State University (2013-2014).

Co-Coordinator, Literacy Colloquy. College of Education. Michigan State University (2013-2014).

Co-Coordinator, Language and Literacy Area. College of Education. Michigan State University (2012-present).

Co-Chair, Director of Teacher Education search committee. Department of Teacher Education. Michigan State University (2010-2011).

Chair, Teacher Preparation Committee. Department of Teacher Education. Michigan State University (2010-2011).

Member, Faculty Advisory Committee. Department of Teacher Education. Michigan State University (2010-2011).

Member, All-University Awards Committee (Teacher-Scholar Award), Michigan State University (2009-2010).

Co-Subject Area Leader, Secondary English, Department of Teacher Education. Michigan State University (2005-2011).

Panelist, From Dissertation to Publication Session.College of Education. Michigan State University (2008).

Member, Literacy search committee. Department of Teacher Education. Michigan State University (2007- 2008).

Member, Reappointment and Tenure committee. Department of Teacher Education. Michigan State University (2006-2008).

Secondary English Inquiry Brief for the Teacher Education Accreditation Council Report (2007).

Co-chair, English Education search, Department of Teacher Education. Michigan State University (2006-2007).

Co-moderator, Policy discussion on the Spellings Commission Report and the Levine Report. Center for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, College of Education, Michigan State University (2006).

Panelist, Learning to Advise Session. Center for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, College of Education, Michigan State University (2006).

Outside reader, Department of Teacher Education. Michigan State University. Comprehensive examinations (2006, 2007).

Undergraduate Scholarship reviewer (2006-2008).

Member, Critical Studies in Literacy Pedagogy MA Program Sub-Committee (2006-2008).

Faculty Panelist, New PhD Student Orientation, Department of Teacher Education. Michigan State University. (2005, 2006, 2013).

Member, PhD Administrative Programs and Procedures Committee (PhDAPPC), Department of Teacher Education, Michigan State University (2005-2006).

Subcommittee work, PhDAPPC, Department of Teacher Education, Michigan State University (2005).

Co-coordinator, Literacy Colloquy. College of Education, Michigan State University (2005-2007).

Member, Teaching Excellence Award Committee. College of Education, Michigan State University (2005, 2006).

Member, Holocaust Workshop Planning Committee. Jewish Studies Program, Michigan State University (2005, 2006, 2007).

Member, Teacher Preparation Administrative Programs and Procedures Committee, Department of Teacher Education, Michigan State University (2004- 2005).

Member, Literacy Search Committee, Department of Teacher Education, Michigan State University (2004-2005).

Member, University Secondary Teacher Education Committee, Northern Arizona University (2003-2004).

Member, Undergraduate Studies Committee, Department of English, Northern Arizona University (2003- 2004).

Member, Advising Group, Department of English, Northern Arizona University (2003- 2004).

Member, Teaching and Teaching Assistant Review Committee, Department of English, University of Wisconsin-Madison, (Elected graduate student representative: 2001- 2002).

Member, Composition Committee, Department of English, University of Wisconsin-Madison, (2000-2001).


OUTREACH & COMMUNITY SERVICE

Lower Elementary Literacy Volunteer, Montessori Children’s House, Lansing, MI. (2016-present)

Member, Adult Spiritual Formation Committee, All Saint’s Episcopal Church, East Lansing, MI, USA. (2016-present)

Member, Children and Youth Ministries Committee. All Saint’s Episcopal Church. East Lansing, MI, USA. (2014-2015)

Juzwik, M. M., Caughlan, S., Heintz, A., Elden, L. (2013, November). Inspiring talk: Putting student voices at the core of English. Workshop at the Annual Convention of the National Council of Teachers of English. Boston, MA, USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2013, October). Inspiring dialogue in literacy classrooms. Keynote talk for the Fall Conference of the University of Illinois National Writing Project. Champaign, IL. USA.

Juzwik, M. M. (2013, September). Teaching mechanics as part of writing craft: Using editorial instruction to expand students’ stylistic choices. Professional development workshop for the Colorado Rocky Mountain School. Carbondale, CO, USA.

Sunday School teacher (K-2), All Saint’s Episcopal Church. East Lansing, MI, USA. (2013-present)

Co-facilitator, Reading and writing genre with purpose across the disciplines in middle school classrooms. Professional Development session at Hayes Middle School. Grand Ledge, MI. (2012)

Advisory Board, Early Learning Children’s Community, Lansing Community College (2010-2011)

Leader, secondary English mentor meeting, East Lansing Administration Building, East Lansing, MI (2010).

Consultant, Pre-service Teacher Education Program (Pre-STEP) Project, Pakistan (2010)

Leader, secondary English mentor meeting, Eastern High School (2009)

Co-Leader, secondary English mentor meeting, Michigan Educational Association (2008)

Chair, “So what comes after the Master’s?” Panel conducted at the Michigan Council of Teachers of English. Lansing, MI, USA (2008)

Leader, secondary English mentor meeting, Pattengill Middle School, Lansing, MI (2007)

Co-leader, secondary English mentor meeting, Haslett High School, Haslett, MI (2006)

Co-leader, Cross subject area mentor meeting, Holt High School, Holt, MI (2006)

Member, Faculty Learning Community, Michigan State University (2006)

Writing consultant, Kendon Elementary School, Lansing, MI (2005)


PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS & AFFILIATIONS:

Member, National Council of Teachers of English (1996-present)
National Council of Teachers of English Assembly for Research (2001-present)
Conference on English Education (2005-present)

Member, American Educational Research Association (2000-present)
Division B: Curriculum Studies (2005-present)
Division C: Learning and Instruction (2000-present)
Division G: Social Context of Education (2006-present)
Division K: Teaching and teacher education (2005-present
Writing and Literacies Special Interest Group (2003-present)
Cultural Historical Research Special Interest Group (2003-present)
Language and Social Processes Special Interest Group (2006-present)
Religion and Education Special Interest Group (2012-present)

Member, Conference on College Composition and Communication (2001-present)

Faculty affiliate, Writing, Rhetoric & American Cultures Department, MSU (2004-present)

Faculty affiliate, Jewish Studies Program, MSU (2004-present)

Member, Michigan Council of Teachers of English (2005-present)

Member, Michigan Council of English Educators (2005-present)

Member, National Conference on Research in Language and Literacy (2005-present)

Member, Literacy Research Association (2005-present)

Principal Investigator, Literacy Achievement Research Center, MSU (2005-2010)

Member, International Reading Association (2008-2012)

Member, Leuven Research Community (2009-2012)

Faculty affiliate, Department of English, MSU (2010-2016)
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