Carol Revelle, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Masters Reading Program Co-Coordinator

  • Faculty
Office
Sowers Education South 202
Related Department
Curriculum and Instruction
College Major
English
Year Graduated
1997

Educational Background

Academic Positions

  • Assistant Professor, Texas A&M University-Commerce, Present
  • Ad Interim Assistant Professor, Texas A&M University-Commerce, 2016-2019
  • English and Reading Teacher and Grade Level Chair, Irving High School, Irving ISD, 2017-2018
  • Senior Lecturer, Teacher Education and Administration, University of North Texas, 2010-2016
  • Graduate Assistant and Adjunct Professor, Teacher Education and Administration, University of North Texas, 2003-2010
  • Literacy Coach and English and Reading Teacher, Coppell Independent Schools / Coppell High School, 2005-2010

Research Interests

  • Academic supports that are socially just while mediating for the academic, cultural, and social needs of diverse learners.

Selected Publications

  • Revelle, C. (In Press). Essential questions on forgiveness: Approaching the Holocaust through personal inquiry. Opportunities and challenges in Holocaust education. Teachers College Press, New York, NY.
  • Riley, J., Slay, L. E., and Revelle, C. (Summer 2021). The elephant in the classroom: Using YouTube comments to address the essential but unacknowledged topic of race. International Journal of Multicultural Education.
  • Revelle, C. (Fall 2020). Same song – different verse: Consistent ELAR content vocabulary across grade levels in the new ELAR TEKS. Texas Association for Literacy Educators 2020 Yearbook. Denton, TX.
  • Revelle, C., Willson-Youngblood, A., and Schneider, C. (June 2020). What’s in your feed? Navigating the digital divide to advocate for diverse texts. English in Texas. Austin, Texas.
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