Carianne Bernadowski, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Education (Education)
Coordinator, Reading Specialist Program (Education)
412-397-5463 phone (M)
Nicholson Center 424
- Ph.D., Literacy, University of Pittsburgh, 2005
- Bachelor of Arts, Journalism and Communications/Secondary Education, Point Park College, 1994
- Master of Education, Reading specialist/Master of education in literacy, Slippery Rock University, 1996
- K-8 Language Arts/Reading teacher,
Area of Expertise/Research
- qualitative research,RTII, bibliotherapy, teacher training
- content area reading, early literacy, interventions for struggling readers, teachers' self-efficacy.
- Bernadowski, C. (2014). Improving the reading attitudes of college students: Using literature discussion groups to learn about content reading. Journal on English and Teaching, 3(3), 16-24.
- Bernadowski, C., Del Greco, R., & Perry, R. (2013). Improving perservice teachers' self-efficacy through service learning: Lessons learned. International Journal of Instruction, 6(2), 67-86.
Bernadowski, C., Del. Greco, R., & Kolencik, K. (2012). Beyond the textbook: Using tradebooks and databases to teach our nation’s history (Grades 7-12). ABC-CLIO.
Bernadowski, C., & Morgano, K. (2011). Teaching historical fiction with ready-made literature circles for secondary readers. Libraries Unlimited: ABC-CLIO.
Bernadowski, C. (2011). Literacy skills for adolescents: What every content teacher needs to know about literacy, Middle Level Insider (May 2011)
- Bernadowski, C. (2011, October). Literature circles and historical fiction? Middle Ground.
Bernadowski, C. & Kolencik, P. (2009). Research-based reading strategies in the library for adolescent learners. Libraries Unlimited: ABC-CLIO.
Bernadowski, C. (2009). Thinking aloud: A metacognitive approach to training college students in preparation for elementary classrooms, PA Reads
Bernadowski, C. (2009). Using the Coretta Scott King Award winners to teach literacy skills to adolescents. Libraries Unlimited: ABC-CLIO.
Bernadowski, C (2009). Teaching literacy skills to preschoolers without spending a bundle. Reading Today, 26(3), 40.
Bernadowski, C. (2009). Using questioning the author to improve middle school students’ engagement with text. The Reading Professor,31(2), 35-42.
- Benadowski, C. (2008). Teaching with Books that Heal. Library Media Connection, 26(4), 28-30.
Bernadowski, C. (2008). Aren’t we all teachers of literacy? Library Media Connection 27 (2), 28-29.
Kolencik, P., & Benadowski, C. (2007). Teaching with books that heal: Using authentic literature to teach reading and writing strategies, Linworth Publishing.
Bernadowski, C. (2007). Book Clubs at Work. Library Media Connection, 26(3), p. 32- 33.
Bernadowski, C. (2006). Math and Metacognition: Using think alouds in a math classroom, PA Reads (229, Volume VII, Number 1)
Capalongo-Bernadowski, C. (2003). Adventures in mentoring, Teaching K-8, 34(1).
Schedule of Courses
Schedule Book for All Active and Available Future Terms, Carianne
|ECED0403-C1||-||APPT||M||Bernadowski||1 (01/13-05/03/14)||6 Seats
|ECED4030-C1||02:00-04:50 PM|| T||M||Bernadowski||1 (01/13-05/03/14)||6 Seats
|RDSP6720-A||06:00-10:00 PM||M||M||Bernadowski||3 (01/13-03/07/14)||21 Seats
|EDUC6140-A||06:00-10:00 PM|| R||M||Bernadowski||2 (05/06-06/29/14)|| Seats
|RDSP6750-A||06:00-10:00 PM||M W||M||Bernadowski||2 (05/06-06/29/14)|| Seats