Kimberly Hartnett-Edwards has been working in reading education for 25 years. She is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Denver working in the Teacher Education Program and Curriculum and Instruction programs at Morgridge College of Education. A native Californian, Dr. Hartnett-Edwards taught for many years in the K-12 system before working in the Graduate Program at California State University, San Bernardino. Dr. Hartnett-Edwards came to Colorado for a unique language and literacy position working in the Teacher Education Programs at the University of Denver. In addition to her work with Teacher Effectiveness in preservice and inservice professional development, her research addresses oral and written language acquisition for divergent readers through intervention support, and classroom coaching support. Dr. Hartnett-Edwards is a member of the International Reading Association (IRA), American Educational Research Association (AERA), Phi Delta Kappa, Association of School Curriculum Development (ASCD) and American Association of Teaching and Curriculum (AATC).
Having completed her work surrounding the contextual nature of literacy coaching in Kauai; developing the Math and Science Leadership Institute (Portfolio: http://portfolio.du.edu/MSLI) through a state funded ESEA Grant, Kim is currently part of the research team for the IES Grant focusing on An Exploration of Novice Teachers' Core Competencies: Impacts on Student Achievement, and Effectiveness of Preparation (http://portfolio.du.edu/IES).
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My current Curricula Vita dated May 2014.