Mrs. Katie Robinson

Mrs. Katie Robinson

Office Phone: 757-651-3873
Email: robinsonk@tntemple.edu

 

Education


  • Doctorate of Education in Curriculum and Instruction - Liberty University
    • Anticipated Graduation: Winter 2013
    • Dissertation in progress: Correlation Between Online College Freshmen's Learning Style and Response to Literature Using Felder's ILS and LRQ
  • Master of Arts in English - Liberty University - 2009
  • Bachelor of Arts in English, Minor in Creative Writing - Longwood University - 2007
    Senior Capstone Project: "The animal in him stirred and woke": Marxism in Frank Norris's McTeague
 

Academic Experience


  • Tennessee Temple University - Adjunct English Instructor 2011-present
    Instruction "Introduction to Composition"
  • Liberty University Online - English Professor, Instructional Mentor 2009-present
    Instructing "ENGL 100-Basic Composition," "ENGL 101-Composition and Rhetoric," "ENGL 102-Composition and Literature," and "INFT 101-Intro to Online Learning"; mentoring and monitoring compliance of a team of faculty members
  • Liberty University - English Graduate Student Assistant - 2007-2009
  • Instructed two sections of "ENGL 101-Composition and Rhetoric" per semester
  • Miller Motte Technical College - Adjunct English Instructor - July 2008-October 2008
    Instructed English I
 

Teaching Specializations


  • English
 

Publications & Presentations


  • "Apocalyptic Detective Fiction Devices in Vonnegut's Cat's Cradle" Presented at the Popular Culture Association of America in the South - October 2010
  • "Re-branding of the College Experience Through Online Education" Presented at the Popular Culture Association of America in the South- October 2010
  • Master's thesis: Symptomatic of Excess: The Apocalypse in the Novels of Kurt Vonnegut. Defended - April 2009
  • "The Oprah Effect: The Damage of Reinterpreting Faulkner's As I Lay Dying." Presented at the Midwest Modern Language Association Conference - November 2008
  • Proofread and copyedited a new edition of a novel under the direction of Dr. Brenda Ayres - Fall 2007