Editorial Review Board Members
Mandy Stewart, Ph.D.
Dr. Stewart is an assistant professor of Bilingual and English as a Second Language Education at Texas Women's University in Denton, Texas. Her research considers how learning for adolescent English learners can get REAL: Relevant, Engaging & Affirming Literacies. @drmandystewart
Sarah is a 2nd grade teacher at Fisher Elementary in the Frisco Independent School District in Frisco, Texas. She currently serves on her school's Literacy Committee and has focused her professional development in the area of ideas and methods to include a direct intervention and enrichment block for students in order to differentiate and support their learning. Sarah graduated from the University of North Texas in 2013 with a bachelor's degree in Interdisciplinary Studies.
Janet K. Ray, Ph.D.
Dr. Ray is currently adjunct faculty in the College of Arts and Sciences (Department of Biological Sciences) at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas. Dr. Ray completed a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction with a minor in gifted education. Her interests are science education in K-12, science for non-majors at the university level, and the intersection of science, culture, and society.
Jeff Cranmore, Ph.D.
Dr. Cranmore serves as a professor and dissertation chair at Grand Canyon University. His research focus includes teacher preparation, dropout prevention, counselor education, and college readiness.
Jeffery G. Stoyanoff, Ph.D.
Dr. Stoyanoff is an assistant professor at Spring Hill College in Mobile, Alabama, where he serves as the English Department's medievalist. He specializes in Middle English poetics, particularly in the works of John Gower. Even though he loves his research and scholarship, Dr. Stoyanoff's clear vocation is teaching. He has been in the classroom, high school or college, for over eight years and hopes to remain involved in such work for a long time to come. Dr. Stoyanoff continues to learn about and use technology in his classroom, especially by asking students to engage texts, medieval and modern, through creating blogs, wikis, and other collaborative projects.
Jennifer Lile has been working as an educator of young children for over seven years. She is currently a state certified teacher working as a substitute for the Keller Independent School District in Keller, Texas. Ms. Lile received her Bachelor of Science degree in elementary education from the University of North Texas. While at UNT, she was an active member of the international honor society in education, Kappa Delta Pi, as well as a Dean's List recipient. She has also volunteered her time with several different children's organizations including Literacy Alive! and Communities in Schools. In her spare time, Ms. Lile is an avid video game enthusiast and recently participated in an educational research study that focused on connecting education and video game play. In addition to gaming, she is an eager outdoor adventure seeker.