Nancy HulanNancy Hulan, MEd, is a PhD candidate in Curriculum and Instruction (Literacy Focus) at the University of Louisville. She has taught diverse populations of students as a Reading Resource teacher, a Title I teacher, and a second-grade teacher in Kentucky, Tennessee, and Las Vegas. Ms. Hulan's research interests include student discussion patterns in the elementary classroom, instruction for linguistically and culturally diverse students, and teachers' decision-making processes concerning literacy instruction.
All titles by Nancy Hulan:
Reading Instruction for Diverse Classrooms: Research-Based, Culturally Responsive PracticeEllen McIntyre, Nancy Hulan, and Vicky Layne