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Gregory Cramer, PhD

  • Assistant Professor
  • Institute of Professional Educator Development Department
  • Ph.D., UW-Milwaukee, 2012
  • EMAIL: cramerg@uwp.edu
Gregory Cramer

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

  • Bilingual Education
  • English as a Second Language
  • Immigrant and Undocumented Students in K-12 Education
  • Civics and Citizenship Education
  • Bilingual Approaches to Document-Based Learning
Dr Gregory Cramer has spent the last 7 years at UW-Parkside in the Department of Teacher Education teaching courses related to English as a Second Language (ESL), Bilingual Education, and Social Studies. He created licensure programs for ESL and Bilingual Education. Now teacher candidates have the option of dual licensure: adding an ESL license or Bilingual license to their initial certifications in elementary or secondary education. Before coming to UW-Parkside, Dr Cramer taught for 15 years in the Milwaukee Public Schools. He spent 3 years teaching bilingual social studies at South Division High School, the largest bilingual school in Wisconsin. He then co-founded Advanced Language and Academic Studies (ALAS) High School, a teacher-led school that emphasized rigour and college preparatory classes for all bilingual students. At ALAS, Dr Cramer taught bilingual social studies, ESL, instrumental music, and drama, and was responsible for after school musical and drama programs. He wrapped his MPS career at Riverside University High School, where he taught bilingual social studies. In his spare time, Dr Cramer can be found playing music, fishing, camping, travelling, and spending time with his family.

Teaching Interests

Bilingual Education, Second Language Acquisition, English as a Second Language, Bilingual Social Studies Education, Immigrant and 2nd Language Students in U.S. Public Schools

Research Interests

Undocumented students in public K-12 schools and higher education; Citizenship education for undocumented students; Graphic novels for 2nd language students; Historical thinking and 2nd Language students

Consulting Interests

EDU 100 - ELC SEMINAR & PRE-CLINICAL I
EDU 210 - EXPLORING EQUITY IN EDUCATION
EDU 225 - FNDTNS OF ESL/BILINGUAL EDUC
EDU 225 - FOUNDATIONS OF ESL & BILINGUAL
EDU 235 - HOME, SCHOOL AND CULTURE
EDU 300 - SEM/PRACT I:LEARNER & LEARNING
EDU 304 - CONTEXT&CULTR LRNG ENVIRONMNTS
EDU 314 - ASSESSMENT OF LEARNING
EDU 325 - INTRO TO 2ND LANGUAGE ACQUISTN
EDU 335 - ESL METHODS
EDU 399 - INDEPENDENT STUDY
EDU 399 - INDEPENDENT STUDY:
EDU 402 - INSTRUCTIONL MODELS&STRATEGIES
EDU 414 - CULTURALLY RELEVANT PEDAGOGY
EDU 425 - RESIDENCY (STUDENT TEACHING)
EDU 430 - USING TECH ENGAGE IN ACTN RSCH
EDU 430 - USNG ACTN RSRCH TO IMPRV INSTN
EDU 436 - LITERACY MTHDS 2ND LANG CLSRM
EDU 436 - LITERACY MTHDS-2ND LANG CLSRM
EDU 444 - TCHG DVLPMTL SOC STDS,GRDS K-9
EDU 444 - TCHG DVLPMTL SOC STDS-ELM&MDL
EDU 444 - TEACHING DVLPMTL SOC STDS, K-9
EDU 446 - ASSESSMENT IN 2ND LANG CLASSRM
EDU 499 - INDEPENDENT STUDY
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