Stephanie A. Flores-Koulish, Ph.D.
Director of Curriculum and Instruction
Education Specialties Department
Loyola University Maryland
School of Education
Timonium Graduate Center
2034 Greenspring Drive
Timonium, Maryland 21093
Ph.D. Boston College-Curriculum & Instruction
M.S. Syracuse University-Special Education
B.A. San Jose State University-Creative Arts
RE 601 Media Literacy Education
ED 611 History of US Education
ED 608 Educational Innovations
ED 650 Curriculum Theories & Practices
ED 651 Evaluation & Assessment of Curriculum and Instruction
ED 659 Race, Class & Gender Studies in Education
Stephanie Flores-Koulish is an Associate Professor and director of the Curriculum and Instruction program. Her primary area of expertise and research is Critical Media Literacy Education, an emerging education field in the US whereby students learn to become critical viewers, consumers and creators of media, from television to radio to the internet. She also has research interests in identity and adoption, education policy, creativity, spirituality, and critical multicultural education. Her research provides her with many opportunities to practice engaged scholarship in and around Baltimore City. Flores-Koulish is also an alumna of the Institute for Recruitment of Teachers (IRT).
Flores-Koulish, S., Deal, D., McCarthy, K., McGuigan, J. & Rosebrugh, E. (Summer 2011). After the Media Literacy Course: Three Early Childhood Teachers Look Back. Action in Teacher Education.
Flores-Koulish, S., Sands, J. & Zimmerman, M. (2011). Encouraging Teachers to Take Risks in Multimedia, thus in their Classrooms: A Wiki. JCP Perspectives: The Digital, 7, 2.
Flores-Koulish, S. (2011). "What are you?…Are you Indian?…Are you Chinese?": The lifelong journey of an adopted Latina in White Teachers/Diverse Classrooms: A Guide to Building Inclusive Schools, Promoting High Expectations, and Eliminating Racism. Landsman, J. & Lewis, C. (eds.). Sterling, VA: Stylus.
Deal, D., Flores-Koulish, S., & Sears, J. (2010). Media literacy teacher talk: Implementation, interpretation, and frustration? Journal of Media Literacy Education (JMLE).
Flores-Koulish, S. (December 2009). Urban Teaching and The Wire. Loyola Magazine. Retrieved from http://magazine.loyola.edu/issue/december09/888/urban-teaching-the-wire#more-888
Flores-Koulish, S. (October 20, 2009). Reconnecting Mind and Heart. Baltimore Sun. Retrieved from http://articles.baltimoresun.com/2009-10-20/news/0910190044_1_dalai-lama-21st-century-peer
AERA - American Educational Research Association
NAMLE - National Association for Media Literacy Education
ACME - Action Coalition for Media Education