Professor, College of Education
Department of Middle, Secondary, and Mathematics Educatiom
Office: Memorial Hall 3210G
Email: doubetkj@jmu.edu
Website: www.kristinadoubet.com

About Dr. Kristina Doubet

Kristi is a Professor in the Department of Middle, Secondary, and Mathematics Education at James Madison University, where she has received the College of Education’s “Distinguished Teacher Award,” “Madison Scholar Award,” and the "Sarah Miller Luck ’14, '15 Endowed Professorship for Excellence in Education."  Kristi has partnered with over 80 schools, districts, and organizations around initiatives related to differentiated instruction, Understanding by Design, and classroom assessment. She has also engaged in sustained work with the Commonwealth of Virginia in pursuit of standards and assessment reform.  In addition to numerous journal articles and book chapters, she has co-authored the ASCD book Differentiation in Middle and High School: Strategies to Engage All Learners (with Jessica Hockett), the Corwin Press book The Differentiated Flipped Classroom (with Eric Carbaugh), and the AMLE book Smart in the Middle: Classrooms that Work for Bright Middle-Schoolers (with Carol Tomlinson).  Kristi taught secondary English and language arts for ten years, and has also served as an instructional coach in elementary and middle school classrooms.

Education

University of Virginia, Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction

University of Virginia, M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction

Eastern Illinois University, B.A. in English and Communications

 

Selected Media-Accessible Publications

Carbaugh, E.M. & Doubet, K.J. (August 25, 2016). "Setting the Tone for Technology Use." ASCD Express, 11, 24. http://www.ascd.org/ascd-express/vol11/1124-carbaugh.aspx

Doubet, K.J. & Hockett, J.A. “5 Ways to Engage Reluctant Learners.”TeachThought. http://tinyurl.com/ReluctantLearners

Doubet, K.J. & Hockett, J.A. “5 Tips for Making Group Work Manageable.” Edutopia. http://tinyurl.com/GroupWorkTips

Doubet, K.J. “Assessments for Today’s Students.” Ed Week’s Classroom Q&A with Larry Ferlazzo. http://tinyurl.com/EdWeekBlogAssessment

Doubet, K.J., Hockett, J.A., & Brighton, C.M. (2015). A teaching makeover improves learning for diverse students. Kappan http://www.kappancommoncore.org/a-teaching-makeover-improves-learning-for-diverse-students/

Doubet, K.J. & Carbaugh, E.M. (2015). “Differentiation using mobile technology tools” ASCD Express, 10 (17): http://www.ascd.org/ascdexpress/vol10/1017-carbaugh.aspx

Doubet, K.J. (March 11, 2015). “My Journey Toward a Differentiated Classroom.” Guest Blog: ASCD Inservice Blog. http://inservice.ascd.org/my-journey-toward-a-differentiated-classroom/

Tomlinson, C.A., Doubet, K.J., & Hockett, J.A. (February 5, 2015).  ASCD Whole Child Podcast: “Differentiated Instruction Works: How and Why to Do DI.” http://www.wholechildeducation.org/podcast/differentiated-instruction-works-how-and-why-to-do-di

 

Professor, College of Education
Department of Middle, Secondary, and Mathematics Educatiom
Office: Memorial Hall 3210G
Email: doubetkj@jmu.edu
Website: www.kristinadoubet.com

About Dr. Kristina Doubet

Kristi is a Professor in the Department of Middle, Secondary, and Mathematics Education at James Madison University, where she has received the College of Education’s “Distinguished Teacher Award,” “Madison Scholar Award,” and the "Sarah Miller Luck ’14, '15 Endowed Professorship for Excellence in Education."  Kristi has partnered with over 80 schools, districts, and organizations around initiatives related to differentiated instruction, Understanding by Design, and classroom assessment. She has also engaged in sustained work with the Commonwealth of Virginia in pursuit of standards and assessment reform.  In addition to numerous journal articles and book chapters, she has co-authored the ASCD book Differentiation in Middle and High School: Strategies to Engage All Learners (with Jessica Hockett), the Corwin Press book The Differentiated Flipped Classroom (with Eric Carbaugh), and the AMLE book Smart in the Middle: Classrooms that Work for Bright Middle-Schoolers (with Carol Tomlinson).  Kristi taught secondary English and language arts for ten years, and has also served as an instructional coach in elementary and middle school classrooms.

Education

University of Virginia, Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction

University of Virginia, M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction

Eastern Illinois University, B.A. in English and Communications

 

Selected Media-Accessible Publications

Carbaugh, E.M. & Doubet, K.J. (August 25, 2016). "Setting the Tone for Technology Use." ASCD Express, 11, 24. http://www.ascd.org/ascd-express/vol11/1124-carbaugh.aspx

Doubet, K.J. & Hockett, J.A. “5 Ways to Engage Reluctant Learners.”TeachThought. http://tinyurl.com/ReluctantLearners

Doubet, K.J. & Hockett, J.A. “5 Tips for Making Group Work Manageable.” Edutopia. http://tinyurl.com/GroupWorkTips

Doubet, K.J. “Assessments for Today’s Students.” Ed Week’s Classroom Q&A with Larry Ferlazzo. http://tinyurl.com/EdWeekBlogAssessment

Doubet, K.J., Hockett, J.A., & Brighton, C.M. (2015). A teaching makeover improves learning for diverse students. Kappan http://www.kappancommoncore.org/a-teaching-makeover-improves-learning-for-diverse-students/

Doubet, K.J. & Carbaugh, E.M. (2015). “Differentiation using mobile technology tools” ASCD Express, 10 (17): http://www.ascd.org/ascdexpress/vol10/1017-carbaugh.aspx

Doubet, K.J. (March 11, 2015). “My Journey Toward a Differentiated Classroom.” Guest Blog: ASCD Inservice Blog. http://inservice.ascd.org/my-journey-toward-a-differentiated-classroom/

Tomlinson, C.A., Doubet, K.J., & Hockett, J.A. (February 5, 2015).  ASCD Whole Child Podcast: “Differentiated Instruction Works: How and Why to Do DI.” http://www.wholechildeducation.org/podcast/differentiated-instruction-works-how-and-why-to-do-di

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