HLGU professor Dr. Melanie Smith publishes chapter on teacher education in the digital age | Local News

Kenneth Palmer

HANNIBAL — Dr. Melanie Smith, an instruction professor at Hannibal-LaGrange College, has revealed a chapter in the Handbook of Analysis on Advancing Teaching and Teacher Schooling in the Context of a Virtual Age.

Her chapter, titled “A Conceptual Framework for Knowing How Early Occupation Literacy Lecturers Curate a Lesson Prepare in a Digital Age,” focuses on the difficulties that early career literacy teachers face when organizing modest team reading through lessons, especially in the principal grades.

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