Dr. Daniel D. Hade

Dr. Daniel D. Hade
Phone: 8148652215
Office Address:
265 Chambers Bldg
University Park, PA 16802
Campus: University Park

Title

Associate Professor of Education (Language & Literacy Education)

Department

Curriculum and Instruction

Programs

Curriculum and Instruction: English Language Arts Education
Curriculum and Instruction: Language, Culture and Society

Biography

Dr. Hade has taught in elementary schools and junior high schools, colleges and universities in Iowa, Minnesota, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. Co-chair of the NCTE/Children's Book Council Committee, past editor of the Journal of Children's Literature. His research and teaching is focused upon the study of children's literature, particularly upon the nature and quality of the experiences readers have with children's literature, the social contexts (especially classrooms) within which readers read and interpret literature and the interpretive stances children and teachers assume towards a piece of literature. Recent work has examined ideological differences among advocates of literature-based instruction, and how children's reading is shaped by the manners in which writers produce, scholars critique, and teachers mediate children's literature and the assumptions about children as readers held by these adults.

Areas of Expertise

Age Levels

Adolescence
Adult
Childhood
Early Childhood

Curriculum Areas

Children's Literature
Curriculum Issues
Early Childhood Ed
History/Social Studies Ed
Language, Culture, and Society Ed
Language/Literacy Ed
Reading

Education Levels

Early Childhood
Middle School/Junior High
Post-Secondary
Primary/Elementary
Professional Education

Education Types

Public Ed

Educational Studies

Critical & Feminist Theory
Cultural Studies
Ethics and Values
Globalization
Media Studies

Individual Difference

Gender
Identity

Leadership Preparation

Teacher Prep

Learning

Curriculum
Media Literacy/Education

Methodological Research

Historical research
Interpretive Research
Qualitative Research

Social Issues

Discrimination
Race and Ethnicity
Social Issues

Teacher Preparation

In-service Teachers
Pre-service Teachers
Professional Development