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Dr. Danielle Lillge

Associate Professor
Stevenson Hall - STV 340
Office Hours
Spring 2024 | On sabbatical
  • About
  • Education
  • Research

Current Courses

499.002Independent Research For The Master's Thesis

194.001Introduction to English Education

194.003Introduction to English Education

Teaching Interests & Areas

pedagogy, methods, teacher research

Research Interests & Areas

professional development, secondary English teacher education, literacy, facilitation, interactional ethnography, qualitative methods

PhD English and Education

University of Michigan
Ann Arbor

MA English Education

University of Michigan
Ann Arbor

BA English

St. Norbert College
DePere, WI

Book, Authored

Lillge, D. (2022). Pursuing social justice in ELA: A framework for negotiating the challenges of teaching. Routledge.
Wessling, S. B., Lillge, D., & VanKooten, C. (2011). Supporting students in a time of Core Standards: English language arts, grades 9-12. National Council of Teachers of English.

Journal Article

Lillge, D. (2021). Facilitation literacy: Circulating power in professional learning conversations with teacher colleagues. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 64(4), 399-407.
Lillge, D., & Knowles, A. (2020). Sticking points: Sites for developing capacity to enact socially just instruction. Teaching and Teacher Education, 94, Article 103098.
Lillge, D. (2019). Improving professional development relationships that support teacher learning. English Teaching: Practice & Critique, 18(3), 365-381.
Lillge, D. (2019). Uncovering conflict: Why teachers struggle to apply professional development learning about the teaching of writing. Research in the Teaching of English, 53(4), 340-362.
Lillge, D., & Crane, A. U. (2019). Embracing uncertainty: When inquiry drives the reading conference. Voices from the Middle, 26(3), 31-34.