Enid Rosario-Ramos

Assistant Professor

Enid  Rosario-Ramos, School of Education

Enid Rosario-Ramos’s research focuses on studying the intersections between adolescents’ development of critical literacy skills and their participation in community activism. Recent work looked at the ways in which schools’ institutional structures, teachers’ discursive practices, and classroom instruction support and encourage adolescents to critically examine their worlds and their textual representations. Additional research interests include teacher education, disciplinary literacies, adolescents’ civic engagement, and social justice education.

Rosario-Ramos teaches courses in the following program(s):
Literacy, Language, and Culture
Secondary Teacher Education for Literacy, Language, and Culture Secondary Teacher Education program

 

Selected Publications

Johnson, L. R. and Rosario-Ramos, E. M. (2012). The role of educational institutions in the development of critical literacy and transformative action. Theory Into Practice, 51(1), p. 49-56.

Tucker-Raymond, E.; Rosario-Ramos, E. M.; Rosario, M. L. (2011). Cultural Persistence, Political Resistance, and Hope in the Community and School-Based Art of a Puerto Rican Diaspora Neighborhood. Equity & Excellence in Education, 44(2), pp. 270-286.

Rosario-Ramos, E. M. and Nieto, S. (In press). Literacy and multicultural education. In C. A. Chapelle (General Editor) and W. S. E. Lam (Area Editor), The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Wiley-Blackwell Publisher; expected publication in 2011.

Lam, W. S. E. and Rosario-Ramos, E. (2009). Multilingual Literacies in Transnational Digitally-Mediated Contexts: An Exploratory Study of Immigrant Teens in the U.S.. Language and Education, 23(2): 171-190.

Johnson, L. R. and Rosario-Ramos, E. M. (2012). The role of educational institutions in the development of critical literacy and transformative action. Theory Into Practice, 51(1), p. 49-56.

Affiliations

Committees

Grants


9/1/2014 - ongoing Understanding the development of civic identities and participation amongst minoritized youth in an activist community
Granting Agency: National Academy of Education/Spencer Foundation

Courses & Syllabi


Term Catalogue Course Description Syllabus
Winter 2014 EDUC 706. Seminar: Issues in Research on Literacy Promoted course. Read description »

Winter 2011 EDUC 402. Reading and Writing in Content Areas EDUC 402. Using Literacy to Teach and Learn History and the Social Sciences in the Secondary Schools

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Contact

Room 4025
734.647.0618 erosario@umich.edu