|Name:||Mrs. Ora Clark-Lewis|
|Department:||Arts and Sciences|
Previous employment as a Social Services Worker (Child Abuse Hotline Investigator) and Social Services Supervisor for the State of Missouri. Experience is the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Research investigating the teaching and learning processes, and how students learn. This is the general subject for my doctorate studies, which I hope to complete within the next 12 to 18 months.
Developmental English and Introduction to College Composition - St. Louis Community College
English Composition I, Harris-Stowe State University
English Comp. II
ABCs of Literacy: A St. Louis Initiative, 2009 ABEL Journal
Designing Socially Just Learning Communities, Chapter 11, Critical Inquiry Analysis, 02/09
2005 -- LSJTRG Curriculum Fair "The Harlem Renaissance" presented at Clark Elementary School.
2006 -- "The WILD Women," MAACCE Conference, Osage Beach, MO
2006 -- "Popular Education," MAACCE Conference, Osage Beach, MO
2007 -- "Popular Education," COABE Conference, Philadelphia, PA
2008 -- "Teaching Writing in a Social Justice Context", COABE Conference, St. Louis, MO
2009 -- "Building Collaborative Communities between School, Communnity and Families," MAACCE Conference, Kansas City, MO
Graduate Certificate in Teaching of Writing
Certificate in Univerisity Teaching
Gateway Writing Project Fellow, S-2005
Chancellor's Certificate in Training the Trainer, UMSL-2009.
Certificate of Appreciation, St. Louis Community College
Certificate of Achievement, "Tackling the Tough Skills"