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Joyce V.W. Warner, PhD

Joyce V. W. Warner, Ph. D.

Assistant Professor of Education
Ed.D., University of Pennsylvania
jwarner@mail.barry.edu
305-899-3713 (toll-free 1-800-756-6000, ext 3713)

Education

  • University of Pennsylvania, Ed. D. in Reading, 1984
  • Monmouth University, MS in Education (Supervision and Curriculum Development), 1971
  • Syracuse University, BA in English, 1967

University Experience

2003-present

Barry University, School of Education, Miami Shores, Florida
Assistant Professor-Graduate Reading Program

2001-2003

University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida
Regional Director and Area Coordinator – FLaRE Center

1997 to 2001

Florida Atlantic University, College of Education, Boca Raton & Davie, Florida
Adjunct Professor & University Supervisor for Developing Teachers

1995 to 1996

Wayne State University, Graduate School of Education, Detroit, Michigan
Adjunct Instructor

K-12 Teaching Experience

1986 to 1996

Grosse Pointe Public Schools, Grosse Pointe, Michigan Reading Specialist and Clinician/Consultant, “Academic Assistance Program” & English Content, HS level

1988 to 1996

Dyslexia Resource Center, Detroit, Michigan, Teacher trainer & tutor – all levels

1974 to 1986

School District of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA. Reading Specialist and Coordinator, “Operation Individual”, HS level

1972 to 1974

District of Columbia Public Schools, Washington, DC Reading Resource Teacher, Title I program, K-8 levels

1968-72

Keansburg Public Schools, Long Branch Public Schools, Department of the Army Dependent School System – elementary and junior high levels

Representative Presentations and Professional Development

  • “Museum as Muse – Online Museums Link Reluctant Learners to Literacy” for presentation at the annual International Reading Association Conferences, May 2005.
  • “Building Bridges with the School, Home and Community: Literacy PRACTICUM Experiences in an Urban setting” for presentation at the College Reading Association annual conference, October 2004.
  • “Online Links Light Up Reluctant Learners” for presentation at the Southeastern Regional annual conference of IRA, November 2004.
  • “Reading in the Content Area” discussion and video taped demonstrations to promote pre, during and post reading strategies. Dade Reading Council, November, 2003.
  • "Making a Difference in Reading: Building Capacity through FLaRE Summer Institutes". IRA National Convention, Orlando, Florida, 2003.
  • Using ACSD "Reading in the Content Area" video tapes to promote literacy strategies for use in secondary schools. Martin County, 2002-03.
  • Flare Professional Development Module field testing (Assessment Module), Manatee County, 2003 and Clermont 2003.
  • “Struggling with Adolescents Reading”. Martin County FLaRE Professional Development in service and Summer Institute. 2002.
  • “Inside out Writing, Environmental Walks and Mutated Note Taking Strategies for MEAP, Classrooms and Beyond” - MI Thumb Area Reading Council. 1996.
  • “The Michigan High School Proficiency Test- Communication Arts, the new statewide test for high school diploma endorsement” - Community presentation for GP Board of Education, 1996.
  • “The Model Unit - an Instructional Model” for preparing students and teachers for the MI High School Proficiency Test - Reading, 1995 and 1996
  • “The New Definition and Goal for Reading”, five workshops presented to the Grosse Pointe Schools teaching staff, secondary, 1995.
  • “Academic Assistance Program: A Setup for Independent Learning” (with J. Cocquyt), presented to the Great Lakes Regional Reading Conference, 1993 and Southeast Regional Conference, 1995.
  • “Assessing Student Learning”, presented to the National Literacy Institute Learning and Learners: A Clear Focus for Secondary Education, 1993.
  • “Authentic Assessment of Student Learning”, presented to the Michigan College Reading Council 14th Annual Research Conference, 1993.
  • “Suggested Strategies to Support the Michigan Proficiency Tests (Secondary Level)”, presented to the Wayne County Reading Council, 1993.
  • “Report on 1992 MEAP: Results, Strategies, Implementation and Passing”, presented to a joint meeting of the Grosse Pointe middle and high school English departments, 1993.
  • “Academic Assistance Program for the Grosse Pointe High Schools”, presented to the Michigan Reading Association Annual Meeting, 1993.
  • “Marketing Positive Images About Your School and Your Content Area”, presented to the Michigan Department of Education Secondary Content Literacy Committee, 1992.
  • “Dyslexia Defined and Discussed”, presented to the Learning Disabilities Association of Grosse Pointe, 1992.
  • “Science Module”, presented to the State of Reading: Secondary Content Literacy and Thinking Conference, 1991.

Representative Research Papers and Writing

  • "Assessment". A six hour "train the trainer" module which includes facilitator notes and resources, overheads, handouts and appendices (180 pages) for Florida Department of Education and the Florida Literacy and Reading Excellence Center. 2003.
  • “Literacy Learning for Struggling Readers”. A component (32 pages) for the Florida Online Reading Professional Development course (FOR-PD). University of Central Florida. 2002
  • “Assessing Student Learning”, presented to the National Literacy Institute Learning and Learners: A Clear Focus for Secondary Education, Michigan, 1993.
  • “Science Module”, presented to the State of Reading: Secondary Content Literacy and Thinking Conference, Michigan, 1991.
  • “The Role of the Paraprofessional in the High School Classroom” (doctoral dissertation), 1984.
  • “Using Participant Observation in the Classroom”, 1980.
  • “Defining the Role Strain and/or Conflict Between the Subordinate and Superordinate Tasks of Highly Trained Paraprofessionals and Supervisors”, 1979.
  • “The Possibility of Using Ethnographic Techniques in Classroom Observation”, 1979.

Professional Committees and Activities

Michigan Department of Education

  • Range Finding Committee - Michigan High School Proficiency Test for Michigan Educational Assessment Program, 1996
  • Content Advisory Committee - Michigan High School Proficiency Test for Michigan Educational Assessment Program, 1994 to present
  • Secondary Content Literacy Committee - module development and presentation, 1988 to present
  • An Instructional Model Unit, preparation for the Michigan High School Proficiency Test - co-editor

Florida branch of the International Dyslexia Association

  • Board member

Manuscript Reviewer

  • Reading Teacher (IRA)
  • Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy (IRA)
  • The College Reading Association (CRA)

Editorial Board

  • Reading Teacher (IRA)
  • Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy (IRA)

Professional Affiliations

  • Association for Supervision and Curriculum and Development
  • Florida Reading Association
  • Florida branch of the International Dyslexia Association
  • International Reading Association & SIG
  • International Dyslexia Association
  • National Council of Teachers of English
  • National Staff Development Council
  • Michigan Reading Association
  • Michigan Secondary Reading Interest Council
  • Michigan Department of Education Secondary Content Literacy Committee
  • Phi Delta Kappa
  • Secondary Reading Council (FL)

Continuing Education

  • Michigan Dyslexia Institute:
    Strategies for Upper Level Language Skills, 1989
    Teacher Training for Dyslexia, 1989 and Encoding-Decoding Seminar, 1988
  • Broward County Public Schools and Florida Atlantic University
    Clinical Educator Training (University Supervisor for Developing Teachers), 1998
    Florida Atlantic University
    English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), 1998
    Wilson training, 2001
  • Reading First CORE Training, Tampa 2003
    CRISS Level 1, 2003

Courses Taught and Developed

Barry University

  • EDU 568 Reading in the Content Area, Graduate
  • EDU 590 Corrective Reading, Graduate
  • EDU 716 Advanced Diagnosis and Remediation in Reading
  • EDU 717 Curriculum and Supervisory Problems in Reading (the Reading Practicum)
  • EDU 718 Developmental Reading, Graduate

Florida Atlantic University

  • RED # 6836 Reading Practicum, Graduate
  • RED # 6548 Remedial Reading, Graduate
  • RED # 4311 Reading II, Undergrad.
  • LAE # 4353 - Teaching Language Arts, Elementary and Middle School, Undergrad.
  • LAE # 6352 - Teaching Language Arts, Elementary and Middle School, Graduate
  • LAE # 4360 - Teaching Language Arts in Middle and Secondary School, Undergrad.

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