Dr. Kim Marie Cole

  Dr. Kim Marie Cole, Ph. D.

Dr. Kim Marie Cole, Ph. D.

Associate Professor (Chair)

Fenton Hall 277 Fenton Hall

(716) 673-3125

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Ph.D., University of Wisconsin
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison
M.A., Monterey Institute of International Studies, Monterey, CA

Office Hours

by appointment

Teaching Interests

English language and grammar, critical linguistics and discourse analysis, critical and culturally responsive pedagogy, multi-literacies, adolescent literature, writing and composition

Research Interests

classroom discourse analysis, sociolinguistics, second language acquisition, language and identity

Presentations

  • "Between general education programs: Leading transition," 2017 Association for General and Liberal Studies Annual Conference (2017).
  • "Creative Assignments for Advanced Classes: Inviting Student Engagement and Investment in Writing," SUNY Fredonia Teaching and Learning Conference (2010).
  • "Context Matter: Preparing learners for language use in and out of classrooms," SUNY-Fredonia Arts and Humanities Brownbag Lecture (2009).
  • "Examining Classroom Talk: Creating opportunities for all learners through our words," Multiple Cultures, Multiple Voices: Effectively Educating All Children Conference (2007).
  • "Pressures and Promise in the Mainstream Classroom: What a close look at talk tells us," Multiple Cultures, Multiple Voices: Effectively Educating All Children Conference (2007).
  • "What’s Authenticity Got to do with it? Content Learning and Identity in the Context of ‘Real Science," Annual Meeting of the American Association for Applied Linguistics (2007).
  • "Choosing English for Lab Today: Identities at play for a “hard-working,” “Christian,” “English-speaking,” “Spanish-speaking” “Physics student," Annual Meeting of the American Association for Applied Linguistics (2006).
  • "From Engaged Scientists to Child Laborers: ‘Real Science’ through the lens of a Classroom Discourse Community," 26th Annual Ethnography in Education Research Forum (2005).
  • "Co-Constructing ‘Access’: Implications for L2 Learners," American Association for Applied Linguistics (2004).
  • "Problematizing and Pluralizing ‘Sociocultural Theory," American Association for Applied Linguistics (2004).
  • "The Sociocultural Context of School Suspension," American Education Research Association (AERA) Annual Conference (1999).
  • "You’re not in Middle School Anymore: Language socialization in freshman science classes," American Association of Applied Linguists (AAAL) Annual Conference (1999).
  • "Class in a box: Writing for all purposes," Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Annual Conference (1994).
  • "Issues in Teacher Supervision: The Peace Corps perspective," The Monterey Institute of International Studies Teaching Abroad Colloquium (1993).