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Corlis Snow

Department
Teacher Education, Leadership, and Research

Position
AssocProfTeacherEd/CoordGradSt


Education

  • Ed.D. University of Mississippi, Elementary Education (2006)
  • M.Ed. Delta State University, Elementary Education (2001)
  • B.S. Delta State University (1999)

Courses Taught

  • Undergraduate
    • Human Growth & Development
    • Introduction to Education
    • Language Arts for the Elementary Schools
    • Early Literacy Instruction I
    • Early Literacy Instruction II
    • Principles and Techniques of Teaching in elementary School
    • Principles and Techniques of Teaching the Middle Grades
    • Diagnosis and Remediation of Reading Difficulties
  • Graduate
    • Effective Instruction in the Elementary School
    • Classroom Management
    • Fundamentals of Early Childhood Education
    • Education in the Intermediate Grades
    • Curriculum Theory Development and Revision in Elementary Education
    • Literacy Instruction in the Elementary School
    • Historical Foundations of Educational Thought and Curriculum Methodology
    • Practicum in Early Childhood (MED)
    • Practicum Early Childhood K-3 (EDS)
    • Practicum in the Intermediate Grades
    • Instructional Strategies in Elementary Education
    • Leadership Roles in Elementary Education

Academic Interests

  • Culturally Responsive Teaching Practices
  • Curriculum & Instruction in the Elementary Grades
  • Literacy Acquisition & Remediation
  • Teacher Leadership

Scholarly Activity

  • Publications
    • Van Namen, M., Snow, C., & Powers, A. (2017). Using Thinking Maps to develop higher order thinking skills among diverse learners. International Journal of Education and Human Developments.
    • Snow, C. (2006). Critical reading issues and the impact of literacy coaches on the instructional leadership role of elementary principals: Perceptions of elementary principals in the Mississippi Delta. University of Mississippi, Oxford.
    • Snow, C., & Allen-Bradley, J. (2005). I don’t know nuttin’ about no engineer: The need for building background knowledge. Delta Education Journal, 2, 7-14.

Research Interests

  • College Recruitment and Retention
  • Literacy Acquisition & Remediation
  • Teacher Leadership