Profiles in "English Education" Expertise Area

  • Cynthia Padavano is an Instructional Designer with EdPlus's Instructional Design and New Media team. She is working with the Masters of Computer Science online program but has been a part of ASU since 2014.
  • Early is a scholar of English education and secondary literacy. She is the director of the Central Arizona Writing Project, a local site of the National Writing Project.
  • Dr. Wendy R. Williams, Associate Professor of English Education, is a scholar of visual and multimodal narrative. She is also a Maricopa County Master Gardener and a classically trained chef.
  • Saidy's research focuses on writing and writing transitions with secondary students, teachers in professional development groups, and students entering college.
  • Kristina ByBee teaches first-year composition courses in CISA. She studies the ways literacy connects students' shared humanity through global communities.
  • Edmonds is a native Arizonan and her professional background is in the area of employee and organizational learning.
  • Professor Wortley is involved in college level writing discourse and has presented at multiple national conferences on the topics of student engagement and instructor humor use as a method of community creation in the online learning environment.