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Editor(s): Allen Webb
This collection provides first-hand information on deciding to pursue a doctorate, undertaking graduate studies, teaching university methods courses, writing a dissertation, and entering the field as a professor of English education.
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The Doctoral Degree in English Education gathers the testimonies of graduate students and their professors, mostly former public school language arts teachers, as they develop their abilities as English teachers, earn the most advanced degree in their field, become professional leaders, and begin teaching at the university level.
Responding to an ongoing national shortage of professors of English education, this book provides first-hand information on deciding to pursue a doctorate, undertaking graduate studies, teaching university methods courses, writing a dissertation, and entering the field as a professor of English education.
This collection is essential reading for graduate students in English education and for any teacher considering college or university teaching.
Contributors: Janet Alsup, Dan Baker, Richard Beach, Wendy Burke, Pamela Sissi Carroll, Sharon M. Chubbuck, Renee T. Clift, Jen Clyde, Christa Compton, Jennifer Conrad, Darren Crovitz, Jennifer S. Dail, Lisa Schade Eckert, Anne Ruggles Gere, C. J. Gilbert, Pam Grossman, Aaron Levy, Julie Lindquist, James Marshall, Marlow Matherne, Ewa McGrail, Shannon Dannison Mortimore, Jeanne Smith Muzzillo, Cheryl Kopec Nahmias, Kimberly B. Pyne, Robert Rozema, Gretchen Rumohr-Voskuil, Jeremy Schnotala, Melanie Shoffner, Amanda Haertling Thein, Katie Van Sluys, Allen Webb, Peter Williamson, Marilyn Wilson, Jason Wirtz, Susan Nelson Wood
Kennesaw State University Press. 227 pp. 2009. College.
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