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Dr. Jennifer Davis Bowman profile

Jennifer Davis Bowman

Adjunct Professor of Education

Dr. Jennifer Davis Bowman holds a terminal degree in special education and a professional license in school counseling. With over 15 years in education, she has served students by writing grants for intervention programs, offering instruction in social and emotional learning, and working as a test coordinator. In addition to her work in K–12 settings, she has taught undergraduate courses that include Learners with Disabilities, Reading & Writing Foundations, and Introduction to Psychology. Dr. Davis Bowman has written for Teaching Tolerance, ASCD, and Teach Thought.

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Posts

  • Literacy

    Teaching Students to Paraphrase

    Ideas for scaffolding paraphrasing so that students correctly learn this valuable but difficult-to-master skill.
  • Teaching Strategies

    Making the Most of Visual Aids

    Three strategies for using visual aids to encourage students to engage more deeply with course content.
  • Blended Learning

    Facilitating a Class Twitter Chat

    Tips for hosting a Twitter chat with your students—a handy tool for enhancing digital literacy and engaging introverts.
  • Curriculum Planning

    Curriculum Conversations: 7 Do's and Don'ts

    While student input matters when creating curriculum, it's critical to manage their involvement and expectations in determining what and how they'll learn.