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College of Education

Jacquelynn Malloy

Associate Professor

Office: 101 Gantt Circle, 401-A
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Educational Background

Ph.D. Curriculum and Instruction
Clemson University 2008

M.S. Speech/Language Pathology
West Virginia University 1981

B.S. Speech/Language Pathology and Psychology
Duquesne University 1979


Dr. Malloy Is an Associate Professor in the Department of Teaching and Learning in Clemson's College of Education. Her current research emphases include motivation and engagement, particularly as related to instructional design, and the language arts as tools for learning. She is also investigating teacher visioning and transformative teaching practices with a focus on equity education. She is enthusiastic about the contribution of formative and design experiments in advancing transformative educational goals.

Courses Taught

EDEL 4880 Elementary Methods in Language Arts Teaching
EDEL 4060 Social Justice and 21st Century Learners
EDLT 9390 Theoretical Models of Reading and Writing
ED 9550 Theoretical Bases of Instruction
EDF 9810 Design Based Research
EDF 9210 Mixed Methods Research
ED 8380 Selected Topics (Reggio Emilia Study Abroad)
ED 8540 International Perspectives on Poverty and Schools
ED 8650 Curriculum Theory
EDF 8020 Learning and Motivation in Context
EDF 9210 Mixed Methods Research
ED 9010 Pedagogy and Practice

Research Interests

Motivation and engagement, discussion, Language arts across the content areas, social justice education, formative and design experiments.