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Emily Hayden


Title: Assistant Professor
Department: School of Education

Office: 1688 Lagomarcino 901 Stange Rd, Ames, IA 50011
Phone number: +1 515 294 1952
Email: ehayden@iastate.edu

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Research interests

I am interested in research that translates theory into practice in K-12 settings. This includes:

  • describing how teachers develop adaptive expertise and pedagogical content knowledge, and how schools of education can better prepare teachers
  • exploring and expanding disciplinary literacy practices in science instruction
  • building stamina for silent reading and comprehension across disciplines

Before moving into higher education I taught for 17 years in K-12 classrooms, so I am interested in research that prepares and sustains better teaching in literacy (reading, writing, speaking, listening) across disciplines, and better preparation of students to be actively literate citizens. This includes improving practices for preparing new teachers, and for ongoing professional development of teachers. I explore the many ways teachers adapt to meet the needs of all their students by considering and responding to cultural and ethnic diversity, economic challenges, and academic diversity.

Find me: 

on Academia.edu https://iastate.academia.edu/HEmilyHayden

Recent publications

McVee, M. B., Shanahan, L. E., Hayden, H. E., Boyd, F. B., & Pearson, P. D. with Jennifer Reichenberg (2018). Video Pedagogy in Action: Critical Reflective Inquiry Using the Gradual Release of Responsibility. New York, NY: Taylor and Francis.

Hayden, H. E. & Baird, M. E. (2017). "Not a stale metaphor": The continued relevance of Pedagogical Content Knowledge for science research and education. Pedagogies: An International Journal, 13(1), 36-55. doi 10.1080/1554480X.2017.1376671  https://lib.dr.iastate.edu/edu_pubs/56

Hayden, H. E. & Baird, M. E. (2016). "What can students do with the words they know?" An ELA teacher takes on science. Literacy Research: Theory, Method, and Practice, 65, 182-199. https://lib.dr.iastate.edu/edu_pubs/55