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Gay Ivey Interview  -  August 28, 2013, 2:30 p.m. CD Voice of Literacy Webcast

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[Dr. Gay Ivey]

Dr. Gay Ivey
Tashia F. Morgridge Professor of Reading Education
Department of Curriculum and Instruction, School of Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Gay Ivey, Ph.D., is the Tashia F. Morgridge Chair in Reading at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. A former middle school teacher and reading specialist, she received her Ph.D. from the University of Georgia. Her work centers on the instructional contexts that support engaged reading, particularly for older students who remain inexperienced as readers and writers. She has published a range of empirical research and practitioner-related articles in journals such as Reading Research Quarterly, The Reading Teacher, Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, Language Arts, and Phi Delta Kappan.


[Dr. Betsy Baker]

Dr. Betsy Baker
Professor of Literacy Studies
Department of Learning, Teaching and Curriculum, University of Missouri

Dr. Elizabeth (Betsy) Baker is a Professor of Literacy Studies at the University of Missouri. Dr. Baker's research interests include integration of literacy and technology, new literacies, future literacies, 21st century literacies, multimedia case-based instruction in teacher education, and sociocognition in teacher education, literacy, and new literacies.


Voice of Literacy host, Dr. Betsy Baker, interviews Dr. Gay Ivey, Tashia F. Morgridge Professor of Reading Education, School of Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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