Deanna Gilmore, Ph.D.
College of Education
Curriculum and Instruction
Affiliate Assistant Professor
Campus Locations: Moscow
With UI Since 2007
Ph.D. in Literacy from Washington State University, 2001
M.A. in Education Administration, Western Washington University, 1982
B.A. in Elementary Education, Eastern Washington University, 1965
Special Certificate: K-12 Superintendent, K-8 Elementary Principal, Washington and Montana
Education for English Language Learners
Teaching EFL in Higher Education
Literature Circles with English Language Learners
Diverse Family Structure Children’s Literature
Dr. Gilmore taught K-12 students and was an elementary principal for 32 years before pursuing her doctorate in literacy education at Washington State University. Having taught Yupik and Inupiat Alaska Natives and Native Americans, Dr. Gilmore has a strong interest in helping diverse students find success in elementary and secondary classrooms.
- Shawer, S., Gilmore, D., and Banks, S. (2008). Student cognitive and affective development in the context of classroom level curriculum development. Journal of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 8 (1), 1-28.
- Gilmore, D. & Bell, K. (2006). We are family: Using diverse family structure literature with children. Reading Horizons Journal, 46 (3) 1-24.
- Gilmore, D. & Day, D. (2004). Let’s Read, Write and Talk About it: Using literature circles with English learners. Chapter 12, in T.A. Young and N.L. Hadaway (Eds.), Supporting the Literacy Development of English Learners. Newark, DE: International Reading Association
- Gilmore, D. (2003). Reading aloud in two home schools: A qualitative study. Home School Researcher, 1 (3) 11-20.