Lisa Ciecierski, Ph.D.

Lisa Ciecierski, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Early Elementary Childhood Education, Elementary and Early Childhood Education
Office Phone
Office Location
161 Kochel
PENN STATE BEHREND
170 KOCHEL CENTER
ERIE, PA 16563
Biography

Lisa Ciecierski received her Ph.D. in Curriculum, Instruction, and Literacy from Kent State University. She is also the literacy consultant for the Southern Regional Education Board and has been an adjunct professor at Gannon, Kent State, and Edinboro Universities. Her most recent publications have appeared in Middle School Journal, Betwixt and Between, and Voices in the Middle. 

She is an Assistant Professor of Language and Literacy and teaches Early Childhood Education (PreK – 4) courses at Penn State Erie.

Research Interests

Dr. Ciecierski conducts most of her research in urban settings across the country. Her research interests involve researching how children learn through award-winning authentic literature within and across the content areas. Her research also has a focus on writing. She is the director of the National Writing Project, which was recently moved to Penn State Behrend, and is conducting research on engaging preservice teachers in the National Writing project to promote engagement and sustainability.

Publications

BOOK, CHAPTER IN SCHOLARLY BOOK-NEW

Ciecierski, L. (2018). Text sets: Multimodal learning for multicultural students - Introduction. Text sets: Multimodal learning for multicultural students Sense Publishers.

CONFERENCE PROCEEDING

Ciecierski, L. (Co-Author/Presenter, 40%), Nageldinger, J., Bintz, W. P., & Moore, S. D. (2016). New Perspectives On Picture Books. ATINER's Conference Paper Series. (EDUC2016-2025) .

JOURNAL ARTICLE, ACADEMIC JOURNAL

Ciecierski, L. (Co-Author, 80%), & Pytash, K. (2019). Looking through the mirror: Cultivating creativity through interdisciplinary writing. 58(2), 15 - 25.

Ciecierski, L. (Co-Author, 90%), & Bintz, W. P. (2018). Using paired text and poetry to support intertextual reading, writing, thinking, and learning. 58(1), 28 - 32.

Ciecierski, L. (Co-Author, 90%), & Bintz, W. P. (2018). Tri-Texts: A potential next step to paired texts. The Reading Teacher, 71(4), 479 - 483.

Ciecierski, L. (Co-Author, 90%), & Bintz, W. P. (2018). Learning through hallmark people in the content areas. Middle School Journal, 49(1), 4 - 12.

Ciecierski, L. (2017). What the Common Core State Standards do not tell you about connecting texts. The Reading Teacher, 71(3), 285 - 294. ISBN/ISSN #/Case #/DOI #: doi.org/10.1002/trtr.1616

Bintz, W. P., & Ciecierski, L. (Co-Author, 20%) (2017). Hybrid texts: An engaging genre to teach content area material across the curriculum. The Reading Teacher, 71(1), 61-69.

Ciecierski, L. (2016). Teaching beyond the test with emergent genres. Ohio Journal of English Language Arts, 56(1), 39-44.

Ciecierski, L. (Co-Author, 90%), & Bintz, W. P. (2016). Paired texts: A way-in to the content areas. Middle School Journal, 47(4), 32-44.

Pytash, K., & Ciecierski, L. (Co-Author, 40%) (2015). Teaching from a disciplinary stance. Voices in the Middle, 22(3), 14-18.

Ciecierski, L. (Co-Author, 80%), & Bintz, W. P. (2015). Using authentic literature to develop challenging and integrated curriculum. Middle School Journal, 46(5), 19-25.

Ciecierski, L. (Co-Author, 70%), & Scullin, B. (2014). Book in an Hour: A way to utilize authentic literature in the content area classroom. Betwixt and Between, 1(1), 31-39.

Ciecierski, L. (Co-Author, 60%), & Bintz, W. P. (2012). Using chants and cadences across the curriculum. Middle School Journal, 44(2), 20-27.

JOURNAL ARTICLE, ACADEMIC JOURNAL - COLUMN

Scullin, B. L., Ciecierski, L. (Co-Author), & Bintz, W. P. (2016). Fascinating women who should be famous but are not. Ohio Reading Teacher, 46(1), 6569.

Education

Ph D, Curriculum and Instruction and Literacy, Kent State University

MED, Reading, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania

BS, Education, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania