Jennifer Kingma Wall is an adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Secondary and Special Education at Montclair State University.  Previously she taught high school English in New Jersey.  Her research interests include multiliteracies and new literacies, democratic education, and curriculum & assessment.  Dr. Wall holds an Ed.D. in Curriculum & Teaching, with a concentration in literacy, from Teachers College, Columbia University.

2017 Presentation Abstract: A Multimodal Digital Approach to Qualitative Research

Previous Abstracts
2015: New Perspectives on Democratic Education for the 21st Century Classroom
2014: Designing Multimodal Digital Assessments

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