2011 TC Research
Teachers College, Columbia University
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Judith Cramer-Fendelman

Professional Background

Educational Background

M.Phil. Yale University (American Literature). B.F.A. Parsons School of Design (Communication Graphics). B.A. Cornell University (English).

Scholarly Interests

Technology, media literacy, and democratic education. Citizen journalism /hyperlocal media in teacher education. Technology and gender.

Curriculum

“Judith Cramer discusses the relation of New Media with ‘The Levees’ Curriculum” (2007). Link to the audio podcast. on iTunes U.


Selected Publications

Crocco, M., Cramer, J., & Meier, E.B. (2008). (Never) mind the gap! Gender equity in social studies research on technology in the twenty-first century. Multicultural Education & Technology Journal, 2(1), 19–36.

Cramer, J., Boxer, D. & Neil, D. (2007). In our own image: Using representations of Katrina to empower media-literate citizens. In M. S. Crocco (Ed.), Teaching The Levees: A curriculum for democratic dialogue and civic engagement (pp. 25-40). New York: Teachers College Press.

Cramer, J. (2005). Blogs in the machine. In R. Diem & J. Passe (series Eds.) & M.S. Crocco (Vol. Ed.), Social studies and the press: Keeping the beast at bay?, (pp. 199-211). Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing.

Crocco, M. & Cramer, J. (2005).  Women, WebQuests and controversial issues in the social studies. Social Education 69(3), 143-148.

Crocco, M. & Cramer, J. (2005). Women, technology use, and global studies in social studies teacher education. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 5(1), 38–49. Available at: http://www.citejournal.org/vol5/iss1/socialstudies/article1.cfm

Cramer, J. (2004) To blog or not to blog? A WebQuest for teachers of  high school journalism and English. Available at: http//:www.columbia.edu/~jc1427/BlogQuest.html

Crocco, M. & Cramer, J. (2004).  A virtual hall of mirrors? Confronting the digital divide in urban social studies teacher education. Journal of Computing in Teacher Education, 20(4), 133-139.

Cramer, J. & Scharf, E. (2002).  Desktop poetry project. Learning & Leading with Technology, 29(6), 28-31, 50-51.

professional presentations

grants

"We Media" Curriculum Project Grant, Office of Diversity & Community, Office of the President, Teachers College, Columbia University, 2006

Technology Artist-in-Residence Grant, American Community School, Cobham (Surrey), United Kingdom, 2004.

Technology Partners: A Project Approach to Pre-Service Technology Infusion, US Department of Education PT3 Grant, 2000-2004. PT3 Visiting Team Leader, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA, 2003.

Crossing Digital Divides in Humanities Education, PT3 Grant Proposal, US Department of Education, 2001 (unfunded)

The URBS Curriculum in Classics and Computer Science, National Endowment for the Humanities Grant Proposal, 2000 (unfunded)

Greenberg Grant for Writing and Critical Thinking, Trinity School, New York, NY, 1999

Judith Cramer-Fendelman appeared in the following articles:

Bubbling With Thought (2/4/2010)

A Technology Artist in Residence (3/30/2004)

Dana Zaskoda (10/6/2003)

Improving Practice in Education (8/1/2003)