Angela Randall

Visiting Assistant Professor, Teacher Education and Administration
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Matthews Hall 204-H

Angela M. Randall, who is a new faculty member in Teacher Education and Administration, earned her Ph.D. in Reading Education at Auburn University. Dr. Randall's research interests include teachers' and students' knowledge of current high-quality children's books and the influence of teachers' attitudes toward reading on their students' attitudes. She has a profound love for children's books and is enthusiastic about exposing her students to the wonderful children's books available. Her elementary teaching experience inlcudes teaching in grades 1 through 3 in Virginia, Texas, and Belgium.

Courses Presently Taught

EDRE 4450: Reading and Writing Birth through Grade 4
EDRE 4850: Assessment and Evaluation in Reading

Publications and Presentations

Randall, A. & Nix, N. (2011). What causes reading difficulties? The Reading Paradigm, 5(1), 28-31.

Randall, A., & Nix, N. (2010). Think-alouds: An effective comprehension strategy, The Reading Paradigm, 4(1), 14-17.

Buskist, C., Randall, A., Nix, N., Johnson, L., & Tharpe, M. (2010, December). Examining pre-service teachers' use of conversation scaffold during instructional conversations. National Reading Conference, Fort Worth, TX.

Nix, N., & Randall, A. (2009, November). Young authors program. Alabama Reading Association Conference, Birmingham, AL.

Membership in Professional Organizations

International Reading Association
National Reading Conference
Alabama Reading Association
Golden Key International Honour Society
Teacher Education Council
Clinical Practice Advisory Council