Dr. Emily R. Smith
Associate Professor of Curriculum & Instruction
o: Canisius Hall Rm 119
Smith, E., Calderwood, P., Dohm, F.A., & Gill Lopez, P. (in press). Reconceptualizing Faculty Mentoring within a Community of Practice Model. Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning.
Smith, E., & Bowen, B., Dohm, F.A. (in press). Contradictory and Missing Voices in English Education: An Invitation to English Faculty. English Education.
Smith, E., & Avetisian, V. (2011). Learning to Teach with Two Mentors: Revisiting the “Two-Worlds Pitfall” in Student Teaching. The Teacher Educator, 46(4), 1-20.
Smith, E. (2011). Faculty Mentors in Teacher Induction: Developing a Cross-Institutional Identity. Journal of Educational Research, 104(5), 316-329.
Anangnostopoulos, D., & Smith, E. (Eds.). (2008). Creating Dialogic Spaces to Support Teachers' Discussion Practices [Themed issue]. English Education, 41(1).
Smith, E., & Anangnostopoulos, D. (2008). Developing Pedagogical Content Knowledge for Literature-Based Discussions in a Cross-Institutional Network, English Education, 41(1), 39-65.
Anagnostopoulos, D., & Smith, E., & Basmadjian, K. (2007). Bridging the School/University Divide: Horizontal Expertise and the “Two-Worlds Pitfall.” Journal of Teacher Education, 58(2), pp. 138-152.
Smith, E. (2007). Negotiating power and pedagogy in student teaching: Expanding and shifting roles in expert–novice discourse. Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning, (15)1, pp. 87-106.
Smith, E. (2005). Learning to talk like a teacher: Participation and Negotiation in co-planning discourse. Communication Education, 54(1), 52-71.
Smith, E., Basmadjian, K., Kirell, L., & Koziol, S. (2003). On learning to teach English teachers: A textured portrait of mentoring. English Education, 36(1), 6-34.