Teaching at Kennesaw State since 2006
Education: Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction for English, 2004, Florida State University
Specializations: young adult literature; digital media and technology
Courses Regularly Taught: ENGL 3241: Technology and Digital Media in English/Language Arts ENGL 3391: Teaching Literature to Adolescents ENED 4414: Teaching of Specific Subject (TOSS), English Language Arts ENGL 7701: Topics in Literature
Most Recent or Most Important Publications: Dail, Jennifer S. and Jordan Leonard. “Creating Realms of Possibilities: Mirrors and Windows for Readers through Young Adult Novels with LGBTQ Content.” The ALAN Review 37.2 (2011). Dail, J.S. (2011). Digital storytelling: The story of students’ literary responses and pedagogical approaches. In L. Davis & L. Stewart (Eds.) Teachers as Avatars. Hampton Press. 177-190. Dail, Jennifer S. and Vivian Wright. “Digi-Journeys: Engaging Preservice Enlgish Teachers in Reflective Practice with Digital Storytelling. 30th Annual Proceedings of Selected Papers of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) Conference. July 2006, Anaheim: 1. 316-323.