Jolynn Asato, PhD
Lecturer, Teacher Education
As a native speaker of Hawaiian Creole English, Jolynn is fascinated by the intersections of language, identity, and culture in the teaching and development of literacy across the content areas.
- Ph.D., Urban Schooling, UCLA
- M.A., Education, Claremont Graduate University
- B.A., Asian Studies, Pomona College
- Middaugh, E., & Asato, J. A. (2020). Building Civic Literacy in the English Language Arts through Geospatial Play. In Studying Gaming Literacies (pp. 67-84). Brill Sense.
- Seiki, S, & Asato, J. (2020) Online digital science resources: A survival toolkit for teaching through the pandemic. Connected Science Learning 2(2), retrieved from https://www.nsta.org/connected-science-learning/connected-science-learning-april-june-2020/online-digital-science
- Swanson, P., Rabin, C., Smith, G., Briceño, A., Ervin-Kassab, L., Sexton, D., & Asato, J. (2019). Trust your team: Our journey to embed social and emotional learning in a teacher education program focused on social justice. Teacher Education Quarterly, 46(4), 67-91.
Areas of Research Interest
- Anti-racist pedagogy
- Content area literacy
- Good Talk by Mira Jacob
- Pet by Awkwaeke Emezi
- Stamped: Racism, Anti-racism, and You by Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi
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