Office: Stevenson Hall 1078-G
Office Hours: by appointment
Dr. Karen Grady
Professor, Department of Curriculum Studies and Secondary Education
- [EDSS 446] Language and Literacy Across the Curriculum
- [EDRL 507] Research in Language and Literacy
- [EDTE 544] Advanced Methods Teaching ESL/EFL
- [EDUC 571] Research Paradigms in Education
- [EDCT 586] Teaching and Learning: Research and Application in the Classroom
Karen Grady joined Sonoma State University faculty in 2001. She teaches courses in literacy, curriculum studies, foundations of education, educational research, and teaching English as a second/foreign language. Her research interests are in adolescent literacy, teaching English learners, literacy in the content areas, and teacher development.
- PhD, Indiana University, 2001
- MA, Education, University of San Francisco, 1985
- Single Subject Credential, English, 1980
- CLAD Credential, 1990
- BA, Santa Clara University, 1975
- Qualitative Inquiry
- Content Area Literacy & Adolescent Literacies
- Sociocultural Approaches to Literacy
- Second Language Acquisition and Literacy
- Curriculum Theory & Development
Recent Scholarship and Publications
- Estrada, K., & Grady, K. (2011). Reflective inquiry and pre-service teachers' conceptions of content area literacies. Reflective Practice, 12 (6), 749-762.
- Kornfeld, J., Grady, K., Marker, P., Ruddell, M. (2007). Caught in the Current: A Self-Study of State-Mandated Compliance in a Teacher
- Education Program. Teachers College Record. Grady, K. (2004). Co-author. Principles and Resources: Enhancing CSU Single Subject Reading Courses. Sacramento, CA: Center for the Advancement of Reading.
- Grady, K. (2002). Adolescent Literacy and Content Reading. http://www.indiana.edu/~eric_rec/ieo/digests/d176.html
- Grady, K. (2001). Lowrider Arte and Latino/a Students in the Rural Midwest. Education, policy and the politics of identity in the new Latino Diaspora. Stanton Wortham, Edmund Hamann, & Enrique Murillo, Eds. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.