Amy M Kay, Ph.D.

College of Family and Consumer Sciences

Human Development and Family Science

Clinical Assistant Professor (Director of Child Development Lab)

Address:
202 Child Development Lab at McPhaul
202 Carlton St
Athens, GA 30602

E-Mail:

workOffice Phone: 706-542-4929

Alternate Phone: 706-542-4921

Fax: 706-542-5096

Curriculum Vitae

Current Classes

HDFS 4860/6860

Education

Degree Field of Study Institution Graduation
PhD Language and Literacy Education University of Georgia 2010
MEd Elementary Education University of Georgia 1996
BSFCS Child Development/Early Childhood Education University of Georgia 1992

Research

My research has focused on the relationships established between families and teachers/homes and schools by co-creating a dialogic bridge.

Teaching

HDFS 4860/6860 "Child Guidance and Parent Education"
 

Outreach

Athens Technical College ECCE Advisory Board

University Childcare Advisory Committee

Early Care & Learning Strategic Action Team/E3Z Birth to Eight Team

National Coalition for Campus Children’s Centers Membership Committee member

Oconee County Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education (CTAE) Advisory Board

Journal Articles

Kay, A., Neher, A., & Lush, L. (2010). Writing a Relationship: Home-School Journals. Language Arts, 87(6), 417-426. 

Publications

Kay, A., Neher, A., & Lush, L. (2010). Writing a Relationship: Home-School Journals. Language Arts, 87(6), 417-426. 

 

Holbrook, T. & Kay, A. (2007) Review of the book Qualitative inquiry: Approaches to language and literacy research for Journal of Literacy Research 39(2), 281-           288.

 

Kay, A. (2004). Review of the book Give them poetry!: A guide for sharing poetry with children K-8. Linguistics and Education, 15, 177-180.