Dr. Marilyn Moore

Dr. Marilyn E. Moore
Dr. Marilyn E. Moore is the author of the 2019 book, Designing a Successful Tutoring Session for Struggling Readers. Dr. Moore earned a doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction with a Specialization in Reading at the University of Kentucky and has taught at the college level since 1986. Other work experiences include 14 years of teaching elementary education, supervising student teachers, and serving on Dissertation Committees in the area of Teacher Education. She currently serves as full professor at National University where she is the Faculty Reading Program Director and currently serves on department, school, and university assessment committees. She developed the Reading & Literacy Added Authorization (RLAA) program and serves as the Director of this RLAA state credential program. She presents regularly at state, national, and international conferences and has published in Reading Psychology, Educational Leadership, Yearbook of the National Reading Conference, Reading Today Online, and many state journals. As a result of her 1995 Reading Psychology publication, Interactive computer software: The effects on young children•s reading achievement, she was interviewed and published in USA TODAY, Boston Sunday Globe, School Library Journal, and Parenting Magazine.

Memberships

  • Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
  • Greater San Diego Reading Association
  • International Leadership Association
  • Literacy Research Association
  • National Council of Teachers of English

Publications

  • Moore, M.. (2018). Online resources for selecting high-interest texts. Literacy Daily: International Literacy Association, 1-3.
  • Moore, M.. (2017). Integrating videos into literacy instruction. International Literacy Association: Digital Litera, 1-4.
  • Moore, M.. (2016). Using technology to assist with learning difficulties. International Literacy Association Online,
  • Moore, M., & Grisham, D.L.. (2015). The effect of digital technologies on the culture of literacy. The California Reader, 48(2): 23-28.
  • Moore, M.. (2014). Teaching online in higher eduction: Fostering collaboration. Online Classroom, 14(12): .
  • Moore, M.. (2014). Promoting a collaborative environment with classroom blogs.
  • Moore, M.. (2014). Standards of quality and effectiveness for reading and literacy added authorization. 1-299.
  • Moore, M.. (2013). Using technology for text complexity instruction and vocabulary learning.
  • Moore, M.. (2012). Developing comprehension through a smartboard lesson. 1(1): .
  • Moore, M.. (2011). Regional winners of IRA award for technology and reading use technologies to transform teaching and learning. 1(1): .

Presentations

  • Moore, M. (2018). Engaging and motivating students to read: A. Paper presented at the 16th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  • Moore, M. (2017). Exploring gendered-based literature for children. Paper presented at the 2nd Annual Women in Leadership Conference, La Jolla, CA.
  • Moore, M. (2016). Making use of digital tools a habit in meeting the literacy. Paper presented at the 14th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  • Moore, M. (2015). Making parent-teacher communication transparent using technology: Sharing student literacy progress. Paper presented at the 13th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  • Moore, M. (2014). Effect of technologies on the culture of literacy. Speech presented at the National University Academic Assembly, La Jolla, CA.
  • Moore, M. (2012). Developing ePortfolios for higher education review: Results of a three-year study. Paper presented at the , Chicago, IL.
  • Moore, M. (2011). Assessment using student e-Portfolios. Paper presented at the , La Jolla, CA.
  • Moore, M. (2011). Using new technologies to foster global awareness, critical reading, collaboration and response. Paper presented at the , Orlando, FL.
  • Moore, M. (2011). Adolescents Become Writers: The Influence of Reading. Paper presented at the , Orlando, FL.
  • Moore, M. (2011). Developing ePortfolios for Higher Education Review: Results of a Pilot Study. Paper presented at the , Pomona, CA.
  • Moore, M. (2010). MAT reading specialization program update: ePortfolio and CA reading certificate forms. Paper presented at the , San Diego, CA.
  • Moore, M. (2010). Best practices in online class assessment. Paper presented at the , San Diego, CA.
  • Moore, M. (2010). Critical steps to improve online courses and instruction. Paper presented at the , Honolulu, HI.
  • Moore, M. (2009). Helping adolescents become writers: The influence of reading. Paper presented at the , San Diego, CA.
  • Moore, M. (2008). Framework of flexibility: Vocabulary instructional practices. Paper presented at the , Sacramento, CA.
  • Moore, M. (2008). Enhancing online courses: Effective audio, visual, and kinesthetic activities. Paper presented at the , Glasgow, Scotland.
  • Moore, M. (2008). Literacy coach practices. Paper presented at the , Atlanta, GA.
  • Moore, M. (2008). Literacy coaching: A focus on what types of teachers and students need the most support and high quality professional development. Paper presented at the , Honolulu, HI.
  • Moore, M. (2007). Teacher Characteristics: Focus on Teacher Dispositions. Paper presented at the , Pomona, CA.
  • Moore, M. (2006). Using Art to Teach Language Arts. Paper presented at the , Sacramento, CA.
Dr. Marilyn Moore

Contact Information

Dr. Marilyn Moore

College: Sanford College of Education

Department: Teacher Education

mmoore@nu.edu

Torrey Pines South Campus

Education

University of Kentucky - EDD - Instruction and Administration