Julie Warner’s academic research focuses on technologies and literacies. She is the author of Adolescents’ New Literacies with and through Mobile Phones.
Julie has an Ed.D. from Teachers College, Columbia University in Curriculum and Teaching. Her dissertation study was a connective ethnography of teenagers composing with smartphones across spaces over the course of over a year.
Currently Julie lives and works in Washington D.C. where she brings 14 years of experience in education including classroom teaching, teacher training, education research, and policy development and evaluation to her work advising on high level policy decisions in education.
This volume will bring together 25 stories of first-hand experiences from veteran teachers, some still in the classroom, and some who have left to become district leaders, policy makers, and advocates, to expose the myriad mistakes they made as teachers and what they learned from the experience.
Julie has been featured in a variety of publications ranging from the Journal of Literacy Research, Reading Matters, Teachers College of Columbia University and more.