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Amy M. Kay

College of Family and Consumer Sciences

Human Development and Family Science

Clinical Assistant Professor (Director of Child Development Lab)

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

Current Classes

HDFS 4860/6860

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.

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