Faculty Profiles

Dr. Margaret Krause

Associate Professor of Instruction, elementary education

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Email: krause1@usf.edu
Office: USF Tampa campus, EDU 202


Margaret Krause is a faculty member in the Department of Curriculum, Instruction, and Learning at the University of South Florida. She is passionate about working with pre-service teachers as they develop in their teaching practices through experiences in elementary partnership schools. Further, she is interested in exploring a variety of literacy-related topics within the elementary school setting.

Dr. Krause's research focuses on pre-service teachers’ developing literacy identities, multimodal literacy practices, and the facilitation of productive literacy pedagogical practices for pre-service teachers in diverse educational settings.


Recent Presentations

Krause, M. & Hagge, J. (December 2021). Expansive Views: Preparing Teachers to Promote Productivity, Inclusivity, and Equity for Students with Dyslexia. Accepted for presentation at the Literacy Research Association's Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Krause, M., Schneider, J., Frier, A., Persohn, L., & Teston, M. (December 2021). Seismic Waves: Revising a Reading Practicum for Students with Reading Differences During Shifting Times. Accepted for presentation at the Literacy Research Association's Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Krause, M. & Franco, Y. (April 2021). Breaking Down the Walls: Novice Teachers’ Insights as They Use Teacher Inquiry to Examine Anti-Racist Practices. Accepted for Presentation at the American Educational Research Association’s Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.