Ph.D., 2002, University of California-Riverside
M.A., 1999, University of California-Riverside
B.A., 1994, Tel Aviv University
Dr. Trainin's research focuses on the intersection of literacy development, teacher education and literacy integration with technology and the arts. He has served as the external evaluator for Nebraska Reading First Grant for six years, as well as for two Arts Education Model Development and Dissemination grants focusing on Arts and Literacy in Elementary classrooms. He teaches pre-service literacy classes as well as graduate courses in field research methods, technology integration and in literacy research.
Most recently, Dr. Trainin has been studying 21st century learning in schools in Nebraska and China with a specific focus on mobile devices and creativity. He has published several research articles and books and maintains extensive digital authorship including more than 200 videos and more than 200 blog posts. Dr. Trainin is co-founder and a past director of the KDS Reading Center and the past coordinator of the Elementary Education Program Coordinator at the Department of Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education.
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Research and Evaluation in Literacy and Technology documents at the Digital Commons
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