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Assistant Professor Lucas Rodesiler

Lucas Rodesiler, Ph.D.rodesiler_photo

Assistant Professor of Secondary Education

  • Office:  Neff Hall, 250M
  • Phone:  260-481-6519
  • Fax:       260-481-5408
  • E-mail:  rodesill@ipfw.edu

Professional Background

Luke Rodesiler, Ph.D., a former high school English teacher and coach, is an assistant professor in the College of Education and Public Policy at IPFW. His research and scholarship explores nontraditional forms of teacher professional development; the role of popular cultures, including sports culture, in the English language arts classroom; and media literacy education. He teaches students enrolled in English methods, content-area reading, and educational technology courses. Dr. Rodesiler is a member of various professional organizations, including the National Council of Teachers of English, the Conference on English Education, and the Indiana Council of Teachers of English.

 

Recent Publications

 Articles

 Rodesiler, L. (2017). For teachers, by teachers: An exploration of teacher-generated online professional development. Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education, 33(4), 138-147.

 Rodesiler, L., & Kelley, B. (2017). Toward a readership of “real” people: A case for authentic writing opportunities. English Journal, 106(6), 22-28.

 Rodesiler, L. (2017). Head games: A Concussion study guide. Screen Education, 87, 54-59.

 Rodesiler, L. (2017). Sustained blogging about teaching: Instructional methods that support online participation as professional development. TechTrends, 61(4), 349-354.

 Rodesiler, L. (2017). Beyond appealing to students' interests: Studying sports culture for critical literacy. Talking Points, 29(1), 12-19.

 Rodesiler, L. (2017). Local social media policies governing teachers’ professionally oriented participation online: A content analysis. TechTrends, 61(3), 293-300.

 Rodesiler, L. (2017). Sports-based text sets: Fostering critical literacy at the intersections of sport and society. The Clearing House, 90(2), 35-40.

 Rodesiler, L., & Kelley, B. (2017). Developing as a writer, growing as a teacher: Dual purposes for participating online. English Journal, 106(3), 100-103.

 Rodesiler, L., & Mattioli, G. (2016). #LIKEAGIRL: Offsetting inequities through the study of sports-based nonfiction. SIGNAL Journal, 39(2), 8-17.

 Rodesiler, L. (2016). Ladies first: Studying short documentaries about women in sport. Screen Education, 83, 70-76.

 Rodesiler, L., & Pace, B. (2015). English teachers’ online participation as professional development: A narrative study. English Education, 47(4), 347-378.

 Rodesiler, L. (2015). Quick plays: Studying short sports-based documentaries. Screen Education, 79, 26-31.

 Rodesiler, L. (2015). The nature of selected secondary English teachers’ online participation. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 59(1), 31-40.

 Rodesiler, L. (2015). Playing by different rules: Satirizing sport and society. Screen Education, 76, 44-49.

 Books

 Brown, A., & Rodesiler, L. (Eds.) (2016). Developing contemporary literacies through sports: A guide for the English classroom. Urbana, IL: NCTE.

 Book Chapters

 Federspiel, E., & Rodesiler, L. (2017). Who we are vs. who we wish to be: Examining heroism through comics and canonical literature. In S. Eckard (Ed.), Comic connections: Analyzing hero and identity (pp. 81-93). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

 Rodesiler, L. (2016). Satiric remixes: Crafting commentaries about sport and society. In A. Brown & L. Rodesiler (Eds.), Developing contemporary literacies through sports: A guide for the English classroom (pp. 152-158). Urbana, IL: NCTE.

 Brown, A., & Rodesiler, L. (2016). Introduction: Critical sports literacy. In A. Brown & L. Rodesiler (Eds.), Developing contemporary literacies through sports: A guide for the English classroom (pp. xxi-xxv). Urbana, IL: NCTE.

 Rodesiler, L., & Brown, A. (2016). Conclusion. In A. Brown & L. Rodesiler (Eds.), Developing contemporary literacies through sports: A guide for the English classroom (pp. 227-229). Urbana, IL: NCTE.

 Rodesiler, L. (2015). A PTI-inspired pedagogy: Appropriating discussion-based protocols to facilitate literature study. In S. Eckard (Ed.), Yin and yang in the English classroom: Teaching with popular culture texts (pp. 31-47). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.