Judith L. Battraw
Assistant Professor, School of Education
Middlefork Hall 348
- Ph.D., Educational Psychology, Arizona State University, 2004
- M.Ed., Elementary Education, Arizona State University, 1987
- B.A., English and French, Brigham Young University, 1965
Current Research Interests
Diversity assessment, technology and reading, afterschool programming
- Buckner, B. & Battraw, J. (2010). 21st century digital literacy in “in-between spaces”. Indiana Reading Journal.
- Battraw, J. (2009). Classroom blogging: A strategy to improve student reading. Indiana Reading Journal, 41(1), 8-16.
- Battraw, J. (2007). Reading the web: The development of online reading skills. Indiana Reading Journal, 39(1), 23-28.
- Battraw, J. (2006). Urban voices: Failing junior high students talk about the experience of academic failure. American Educational Research Association. San Francisco, California.
- Battraw, J. (2002). Toward a culture of reading: The physical and mental life of texts. American Educational Research Association. New Orleans, Louisiana.
- Battraw, J. (2001). Exploring the culture of secondary reading. Arizona Educational Research Organization. Tempe, Arizona.
Selected Previous Employment Positions
- Teacher (English, reading) Mesa Public Schools, 1989-2005
- Staff developer, department chair (English, reading)
Selected significant awards/recognitions
- Helen Lees Award for Excellence in Teaching (2010)