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Visiting Assistant Professor
Literacy & LanguageCurriculum and Instruction
- Ph.D. — English Education, Purdue University (2021)
- M.A. — Teacher Education, Brigham Young University (2016)
- B.A. — English teaching, Brigham Young University (2011)
- 2021 – Present
Visiting Assistant Professor of English Education
- 2018 – 2021
Graduate Teaching Assistant
- 2016 – 2017
Chantilly High School, Chantilly, VA
- 2011 – 2016
Fremont High School, Plain City, UT
Dr. Premont’s research focuses on writing teacher education. His current projects, separate yet similar, explore how writer identity and identity development influence pedagogy. In a similar, but distinct research focus, Dr. Premont also explores tension in writing curricula and which strategies help English Language Arts teachers navigate such tension. Dr. Premont also has interest in and engagement with reader identity, technology integration for preservice teachers, and young adult sports literature.
- Premont, D. (submitted). Unpacking writer identity: How beliefs and practices inform writing instruction. Literacy Research and Instruction
- Premont, D. (submitted). “I couldn’t sleep”: Tension in Preservice Teacher writing instruction. English Teaching: Practice and Critique
- Kerkhoff, S., Broere, M., & Premont, D. (2020). Average and avid: Preservice English teachers’ reading identities. English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 19(2), 197-215.
- Premont, D., Kerkhoff, K., & Alsup, J. (2020). Preservice teacher writer identities: Tensions and implications. Teaching/Writing: The Journal of Writing Teacher Education, 8(1), 1-19.
- Premont, D., Dean, D., & Young. T.A. (2019). Picturing writing: Differentiating secondary writing instruction with picture books. English Journal, 109(2), 61-68.
- Premont, D., Allred, J., & Dalton, L. (2019). Young adult sports literature and identity construction in the ELA classroom. The ALAN Review, 46(2), 40-51.
- Rodesiler, L., & Premont, D. (2018). On second thought: Teaching for social justice through sports culture. English Journal, 107(6), 82-88.
- Premont, D.W., Young, T. A., Wilcox, B., Dean, D., Morrison, T.G. (2017). Picture Books as Mentor Texts for 10th Grade Struggling Writers. Literacy Research and Instruction, 56(4), 290-310. doi: 10.1080/19388071.2017.1338803.
- ENGL 39100 — Composition for English Teachers
- EDCI 38100 — Teaching For Social Justice: Culturally And Linguistically Diverse Learners
- EDCI 43400 — Secondary Literacy