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Denise McLurkin

Assistant Professor
Childhood Education Undergraduate Program Coordinator

School/Division

School of Education

Department

Teaching Learning and Culture: Undergraduate Childhood Education

Affiliated Departments

Faculty Senate

Office

NA 4/212C

p: 212-650-5281

e: dmclurkin@ccny.cuny.edu

  • Profile

     Hello There—I am Dr. Denise L. McLurkin, an assistant professor in the Teaching, Learning and Cultures department and Childhood Education program. I am originally from sunny southern California where I  taught in elementary and alternative education classroom settings. While working on my doctorate at the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) I taught literacy methods classes and supervised student teachers.  Currently I am the Undergraduate Coordinator,  teach the undergraduate literacy methods classes (EDCE 32300 & EDCE 32310) and advise undergraduate Childhood Education students.

    Take care and Good Luck!
    Denise McLurkin, Ph. D.

  • Education

    University Degree
    The University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) Ph. D. Educational Studies: Literacy Language and Cultures Program
    The University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) M. A. Literacy Education
    California Baptist University (Riverside, CA) M. S. Counseling Psychology--M. F. C. C.
    The University of California, Irvine (CA) B. A. Psychology
    Chapman University (Orange, CA) CA Multiple Subject Teaching Credential
    Chapman University (Orange, CA) Cross-Cultural, Language and Academic Development Certificate


  • Courses Taught

    32300: Literacy Acquisition-Fluent to Emergent

    32310: Literacy Instruction for Diverse Learners

    0500C: Literacy Acquisition-Fluent to Emergent

    0510C: Literacy Strategies and Resources (K-6)

    0801C-0804C: Literacy Research Seminar I-IV

  • Research Interests

    • Pre-Service Teacher Education
    • After-School Literacy Tutorial Program (Elementary through Adult)
    • Literacy Instruction for Struggling Readers & Writers
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