My name is Kalianne L. Neumann, and I am a first year doctoral student in the Learning, Design, and Technology program in the department of Career and Information Studies at The University of Georgia.
I earned my B.A. in English-Language and Literature from the University of South Carolina. Additionally, I earned my M.A.T. in English Secondary Education from Kennesaw State University. Following graduation from the Master’s program, I moved to Oregon to begin teaching. I taught high school English for one year, which was followed by two years of middle school International Baccalaureate English, Social Studies, and Design/Technology. Finally, I’ve taught online high school English (part-time) for the last four years.
My interests include how technology can promote meaningful learning in K-12 educational settings; I am especially interested in how this can happen in English/Language Arts classrooms. This website will help you learn more about my research interests.