Daniel Doorn, Ph.D., conducts ongoing collaborative research in student self-assessment of growth as readers and writers, children’s discoveries about the process and purpose of writing, and children’s development of nonfiction writing and reading. His most recent community service and research-based study project involved the structure and implementation of a summer academic-enrichment writing camp for bilingual children. Doorn’s major long-term study involves ways of expanding and enriching homeschool literacy connections for language minority children and their families.
Ph.D., Curriculum and Instruction in Multicultural Education, University of New Mexico
M.A., Applied Linguistics, University of Pittsburgh
School of Education
English as a Second Language (ESL)
Reading Assessment and Development
Writing Process Workshops
EDUC 505 – Advanced Literacy Development EDUC 507 – Family, Community, and School Connections EDUC 508 – Assessment and Evaluation in Multicultural Classrooms EDUC 509 – Special Topics in Education EDUC 589A – Research for Educators: Beginning Process EDUC 589B – Research for Educators: Finish Reporting