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Carrie Rodesiler

Carrie Rodesiler
Assistant Professor of English

College of Arts and Sciences

Phone: 260-422-5561 ext. 3473


Office: Snyder Academic Center, Room 262

Office Hours

Spring 2022

M: 2-3:30pm

T: 11:-12:30pm; 2-4:30pm

W: 2-3:30pm

F: 2-3pm

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Class Information

ENG 1100 Introduction to College Writing

ENG 1252 Argumentative Writing

ENG 1272 Analytical Writing

ENG 2322 Research Writing

Academic Degrees

Ed.D., Higher Education, Ball State University (In progress)
M.A., Critical Studies in Literacy and Pedagogy (composition/rhetoric), Michigan State University
B.A., English, Michigan State University

Professional Experience

Director of Title III, Retention Services, St. Petersburg College
Director of Developmental Education, Florida Gateway College
English and Reading Instructor, Florida Gateway College
Undergraduate & Graduate Writing Consultant, The Writing Center, Michigan State University

Selected Publications/Presentations


-Rodesiler, Carrie and Joan M. McGuire. “Ideas in Practice: Professional Development to Promote Universal Design for Instruction.” Journal of Developmental Education 38.2 (2015): 24-31.
-Rodesiler, Carrie. “A New Way to EXCEL at FGC.” Lake City Reporter 31 July 2011: 1 D+.

-“Bridging Knowledge Gaps without Developmental Education: Learning Toolkits as Remediation,” National Association for Developmental Education 39th Annual Conference, 2015.
-“Universal Design for Instruction: How Forging a New Partnership Changed Our Mosaic.” National Association for Developmental Education 36th Annual Conference, 2012.
– “Title III, Project EXCEL, and UDI: FGC’s Developmental Education Redesign.” Academic Support Center Conference, Florida Gateway College, 2011.
-“Cross-Class Collaboration: Embracing Open-Source Technologies,” Computers and Writing Conference, 2008.
-“Pedagogical Conversion: The Challenge of Moving from Tutor to Teacher,” East Central Writing Center’s Association Conference, 2008.
-“Inventing Scholarly Identity: Rhetorical, Imaginative, and Personal Gestures,” Conference on College Composition and Communication, 2007.