Faculty and Staff
Kamania Wynter-Hoyte, Ph.D.
|Department:||Instruction and Teacher Education
College of Education
Ph.D. in Teaching and Learning: Language & Literacy at Georgia State University.
Wynter-Hoyte, K. & Boutte, G. (Accepted). Expanding Understandings of Literacy: The Double Consciousness of a Black Middle-Class Child in Church and School. Journal of Negro Education.
Wynter-Hoyte, K., Braden, E., Rodriguez, S., Thornton, N. (2017). Disrupting the Status Quo: Exploring Culturally Relevant and Sustaining Pedagogies for Young Diverse Learners. Race Ethnicity and Education, DOI:10.1080/13613324.2017.1382465
Boutte, G., Johnson, G., Wynter-Hoyte, K., & Uyoata, U.E. (2017). Using African Diaspora Literacy to Heal and Restore the Souls of Young Black Children. International Critical Childhood Policy Studies. 6 (1), p. 66-79.
Family & Community Literacy Practices, Culturally Relevant Pedagogy, African Diaspora Literacy