Matthew, Kathryn I. 1950-
MATTHEW, Kathryn I. 1950-
PERSONAL: Born October 21, 1950, in Oakland, CA; daughter of Robert E. (in U.S. Marine Corps) and Evelyn (Hymel) Ingraham; married Millard E. Matthew, Jr. (an attorney), January 4, 1972; children: Joshua Neil, Benjamin Bradley. Ethnicity: "White." Education: University of New Orleans, B.A., 1972, M.Ed., 1988; University of Houston, Ed.D., 1995. Hobbies and other interests: Reading, sewing.
CAREER: Teacher and technology specialist for public schools in Luling, LA, 1988-89, and Alief, TX, 1992-94; Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, associate professor, 1995-2002.
MEMBER: International Reading Association, International Society for Technology in Education, Society for Technology and Teacher Education.
AWARDS, HONORS: Award for best reading-language arts software, Society for Technology and Teacher Education, 1994.
(With Jerry Willis and Elizabeth Stephens) Technology, Reading, and Language Arts, Allyn & Bacon (Boston, MA), 1996.
(With Joy L. Lowe) Neal-Schuman Guide to Recommended Children's Books and Media for Use with Every Elementary Subject, Neal-Schuman Publishers (New York, NY), 2002.
Colonial America in Literature for Youth: A Guide and Resource Book, Scarecrow Press (Metuchen, NJ), 2002.
(With Kimberly Kimbell-Lopez) Reading Comprehension: Books and Strategies for the Elementary Curriculum, Scarecrow Press (Metuchen, NJ), 2003.
(With Joy L. Lowe) Neal-Schuman Guide to Celebrations and Holidays around the World, Neal-Schuman Publishers (New York, NY), 2003.
Member of editorial review board, Journal of Computing in Education, 1998-2002.
SIDELIGHTS: Kathryn I. Matthew told CA: "My coauthors and I rely on our public school teaching experiences for ideas for our books. As we write we talk with librarians and classroom teachers. We spend time in classrooms and libraries working with students, teachers, and librarians to assure that our books are useful resources."
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
Language Arts, February, 1997, Linda McMillen, Sherrel Shanahan, Kathleen Dows, Joyce Macphee, and Jennifer Hester, "Technology, Reading, and Language Arts," p. 138.
School Library Journal, April, 2002, Mary Lankford, review of Neal-Schuman Guide to Recommended Children's Books and Media for Use with Every Elementary Subject, p. 191.
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