Educational Leadership and Innovation
Arizona State University
United States of America
Dr. Kate Anderson’s background is in sociolinguistics and qualitative research methods, which she has applied to multiple educational contexts. Kate is interested in understanding how people and institutions, through intersections of talk, action, and policy, shape students’ opportunity to learn and be seen as successful. Particularly, Kate seeks to understand how inequities around student learning opportunities might be addressed through research and practice. In addition to her research, Kate teaches qualitative methods courses and linguistics courses in bilingual education in the Division of Educational Leadership and Innovation.
Discourse Analysis ,Sociocultural approaches to language and literacies , Qualitative methodologies
Anderson, K. T., Stewart, O. G., & Abdul Aziz, M. B. (2016). Writing Ourselves In: Researcher Reflexivity in Ethnographic and Multimodal Methods for Understanding What Counts, to Whom, and How We Know. Anthropology and Education Quarterly, 47(4), 385-401. DOI: 10.1111/aeq.12167
Anderson, K. T., Stewart, O. G., & Kachorsky, D. (2017). Seeing Academically Marginalized Students’ Multimodal Designs From a Position of Strength. Written Communication, 34(2), 104-134. DOI: 10.1177/0741088317699897
Anderson, K. T. (2017). Leveraging Researcher Reflexivity to Consider a Classroom Event over Time: Reflexive Discourse Analysis of ‘What Counts’. Classroom Discourse, 8(1), 36-54. DOI: 10.1080/19463014.2016.1271742