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Dominique McDaniel | English Education Award | Best Researcher Award

 Dr. Dominique McDaniel | English Education Award | Best Researcher Award

 Dr. Dominique McDaniel, Kennesaw State University,United States

Dr. Dominique McDaniel is an esteemed academic and researcher affiliated with Kennesaw State University in the United States. Specializing in [insert specialization here, e.g., psychology, sociology, economics], Dr. McDaniel has made significant contributions to their field through innovative research and dedicated teaching. Their work often focuses on [insert key research interests here, e.g., social justice, community engagement, mental health]. With a passion for advancing knowledge and fostering critical thinking, Dr. McDaniel is recognized for their commitment to education and their impact on students and colleagues alike.

Publication Profile

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Education:

Ph.D. | 2022 | University of North Carolina at Greensboro | Educational Studies
Concentration: Teacher Education & Development (cognate: Literacy),M.Ed. | 2013 | University of North Carolina at Greensboro | Curriculum and Instruction
Concentration: Reading Education,B.S. | 2010 | University of North Carolina at Greensboro | Elementary Education
Concentration: English

SCHOLARLY AREAS OF EXPERTISE:

Teens’ social media activism,Youth critical literacies,Critical approaches to digital and multimodal literacies,Culturally sustaining pedagogies,Culturally digitized pedagogies,Preparing preservice teachers for justice-oriented English teaching,Supporting teacher of Color candidates,Qualitative research, case study methodology

PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS:

Assistant Professor | 2022-present | Kennesaw State University,Lecturer | 2021-2022 | University of North Carolina at Greensboro,Practicum Supervisor for BA English Education | 2020-2022 | University of North Carolina at Greensboro,Graduate Research Assistant | 2019-2021 | University of North Carolina at Greensboro,Teaching Assistant | 2019 | University of North Carolina at Greensboro,Elementary School Teacher | 2010-2020 | Winston-Salem Forsyth County Schools (NC)
Middle School Language Arts Teacher

Research:

Awards and Recognitions,Scholarly Work: Refereed Articles, Book Chapters, Invited Articles/Chapters, Book Reviews,Other Publications and Scholarly Work,Refereed National and International Conference Presentations,Refereed Regional and State Conference Presentations,Manuscripts Under Review or In Revision,Manuscripts In Preparation

Publication Top Notes :
1.McDaniel, D. (2024, Winter issue) The digital world of teens: 5 ways teachers and teacher educators can embrace social media for the good of society and education. Scribbles‘n Bits, Georgia Council of Teachers of English, 38(2), 8-13.
2.McDaniel, D. (2023, Fall issue) Black Twitter’s influence on society and teens’ digital Literacies: possibilities for youth voice, writing, and civic engagement in English Language Arts. Scribbles ‘n Bits, Georgia Council of Teachers of English, 38(1), 17-22. https://gcte.wildapricot.org/Scribbles-Current-Issue
3.McDaniel, D. (2023, April 20). As digital activists, teens of color turn to social media to fight for a more just world: The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/as-digital-activists-teens-of-color-turn-to-social-media-to-fight-for-a-more-just-world-201841 (Republished as an op-ed in Chicago Sun-Times, Fortune, and other public-facing outlets). Editorial reviewed through The Conversation.
4.McDaniel, D. (2022). #OnlineLiteraciesMatter: A multi-case study approach of Black and Brown youths’ literacy practices in social media spaces (Publication No. 28969743) [Doctoral dissertation, University of North Carolina at Greensboro]. ProQuest Dissertations Publishing. Refereed National and International Conference Presentations
5.McDaniel, D.; Krone, B.; Storm, S. (2024, April). Critical Aesthetics of Teens’ Digital Activist Literacies in an Online Multi-Case Study. In “Expanding Media Literacy Through Critical Digital Aesthetics.” Panel presentation at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association (AERA), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
6.McDaniel, D. (2023, November). Interrogating Educational Hierarchies through Culturally Digitized Pedagogy. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Literacy Research Association (LRA), Atlanta, GA.
7.McDaniel, D. (2023, November). Project CULTURE: Building a Culturally and Linguistically Literacy Program that Binds. Roundtable presented at the annual meeting of Literacy Research Association (LRA), Atlanta, GA.
8.McDaniel, D. (2023, November). Socially Conscious Memetics from a Digitized Pedagogy Lens. In Panther, L. & Crovitz, D. (Eds.) How Do You Meme? Connecting Critical Memetics and English Education. Roundtable presentation for the annual meeting of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE).
9.McDaniel, D.; Krone, B.; Enciso. P.; Goss. S. (2023, November). Three Takes on Multimodal Activism in the ELA Classroom. Panel presentation for the annual meeting of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE). (Accepted, panelists did not present due to extenuating circumstances).
10.McDaniel, D. (2022, December). Activism, Action, and Allyship Through Multimodal Literacy Practices. Roundtable presentation for the annual meeting of the Literacy Research Association (LRA), Phoenix, AZ.
11.Donovan, S.; LeeKeenan, K.; McDaniel, D., Simon, M. (2022, November). Growing Advocacy Online: Bringing Together Teachers, Researchers, Families, and Communities to Advocate for Authentic Writing Instruction. Writers Who Care panel presentation for the annual meeting of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), Anaheim, CA.
12.McDaniel, D. (2022, November). Reimagining literacy through transformative online spaces: Teens’ advocacy and agency on social media platforms. In ELATE Social Justice Commission Roundtable Session: “Sueña con Nosotros: Reimagining Educational Spaces as Beacons for Hope and Transformation.” Presentation for the annual meeting of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), Anaheim, CA. McDaniel, D. (2021, December). #WidenWhatCountsAsLiteracy: A Multi-case Study Approach of Black and Brown Youth Literacy Practices in Social Media Spaces. Paper presented at the annual meeting of Literacy Research Association (LRA), Atlanta, GA. 13.McDaniel, D. (2021, November). #OnlineLiteraciesMatter: Examining Minoritized Youths’ Literacy Practices and Racialized Experiences in Social Media Spaces. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) [virtual due to COVID-19]. 14.McDaniel, D. (2020, December). Beyond “Doing it for the Culture”: Centering Marginalized Youth Perspectives on Their Literacy Experiences. Roundtable presentation for the annual meeting of the Literacy Research Association (LRA) [virtual due to COVID-19].
15.McDaniel, D. (2020, December). “Let your voice lead you”: Community Building to Strengthen the Writing of Recently Resettled Youth. Roundtable presentation for the annual meeting of the Literacy Research Association (LRA) [virtual due to COVID-19].
16.McDaniel, D. (2019, November). Learning from Youth: Inquiring into the Writing Lives of Teens. Paper presentation for the annual meeting of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), Baltimore, MD.
17.McDaniel, D. (2019, November). Inquiry into Refugee & Immigrant Experiences. Paper presentation for the annual meeting of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), Baltimore, MD.
18.McDaniel, D. (2019, December). Refugee youth reposition themselves through stories in a young writers’ camp. In symposium: Repositioning Youth in Literacy Education. Presentation for the annual meeting of the Literacy Research Association (LRA), Tampa, need publications
Dominique McDaniel | English Education Award | Best Researcher Award
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