Clinical Assistant Professor
What I do
Kimberly McDavid Schmidt is a Clinical Assistant Professor in Teaching and Learning Sciences in the Morgridge College of Education where she teaches literacy and culturally and linguistically diverse learner courses and focuses on the integration of culturally responsive and digital literacy practices in courses and classrooms in schools.
- Ph.D., Curriculum and Instruction- Literacy Studies, University of Colorado Boulder, 2016
- MA, Curriculum and Instruction, University of Colorado Denver, 1998
- BA, Early Childhood and Elementary Education, Drake University, 1994
Licensure / Accreditations
- Elementary Professional Teaching License
- American Education Research Association
- Literacy Research Association
Kim recently completed her award-wining dissertation focused on multimodal and digital responses literature. Next, she plans to look at the adaption of culturally responsive and digital literacy practices in apprentice and new teachers' classrooms.
- Collaborative composing contexts: Supports and challenges
- Critical readings, discussions, and multimodal responses to literature: Unity, loss, and courage.
- 2018 Shelby Wolf AERA Literature SIG Award for Outstanding Dissertation in Literature, AERA Literature Sig