40204_468934166080_7992461_nDr. Haimes-Korn is a Professor in the department of English at Kennesaw State University. She earned her Ph.D. and M.A. from Florida State University in English with areas of concentration in Rhetoric and Composition and African-American Literature and her B.A. degree in Communication. Her work in the field for over 20 years focuses on innovative practices for writing classes and the training and mentoring of teachers.  Her research and publications center on multimodal composition, digital pedagogies, response theory and portfolios.  You can check out some of her most recent blog posts in which she supports teachers of writing to integrate digital literacies into their classes on the Multimodal Mondays blog.  She teaches courses at both the undergraduate level (core and degree classes) and at the graduate level including: Composition, African-American Literature, American Literature, Rhetorical Theory and Practice, Digital Rhetoric, Digital Collaboration, Digital Storytelling, Careers in Writing, Interactive Feature Writing, Honors Classes, Project Portfolio and Composition Theory and Pedagogy.  Her teaching philosophy encourages dynamic learning and critical digital literacies and focuses on students’ powers to create their own knowledge through language and various “acts of composition.”

“I like to have fun every day, return to nature when things get too crazy and think deeply about way too many things.   I love teaching.  It has helped me understand the value of amazing relationships and boundless creativity.”



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