Associate Professor of Literacy and Graduate Literacy Program Co-Chair
|Ph. D.||Reading and Language Arts||Ohio University|
|M.A.||Applied Linguistics/ TESOL||Ohio University|
|B.A.||Literatures in English||University of the West Indies, Monda|
|Dip. Ed.||English and History||Sam Sharpe Teachers’ College/University of the West Indies|
2016 – Present: Associate Professor, The College of Saint Rose
2009 – 2015: Assistant Professor, The College of Saint Rose
2006 – 2008: Reading Specialist, George Hicks Campus
1996 – 2005: Bethlehem Moravian College
1992 – 1993: Teacher of English, Cedric Titus Secondary
Diversity and Equity in Literacy Education
Research in Literacy
Literacy Theories to Practice
Literacy Foundations and Curriculum
McAnuff Gumbs, M. (2020, Fall, In Press). A multiple case study of the diversity-richness of seven early literacy classrooms in Upstate New York. Journal of Negro Education, 89(4), page range not yet available.
McAnuff Gumbs, M. (2019, in press). Chapter 2: Designing writing instruction with students in mind. In V. Simpson & S. Robinson (eds.), Teaching Writing by Design. Barbados: University of the West Indies Press.
Malisa, M., & McAnuff Gumbs, M. (2015). Ubuntu is utopia: The individual and community in African philosophy. In C. Ellis & C. Jones (Eds.), The individual and utopia. Surrey, England: Ashgate Publishing Inc.
McAnuff Gumbs, M. (2013, September – December). Training Caribbean literacy professionals online: Challenges and possibilities. Caribbean Quarterly, 59(3 & 4) 52-75.
McAnuff Gumbs, M., & Malisa, M. (2013). Educator’s evaluation of the quality of the literacy environment in Caribbean classrooms. Caribbean Curriculum, 20, 115-159.
McAnuff Gumbs, M. (2013, February). Using literacy theory and tools of technology to guide teachers in delivering culturally responsive instruction: An online urban teacher-training example. In V.C. Bryan and V. C. X. Wang, Technology use and research approaches for community education and professional development. IGI Global Publishing: Hershey, PA.
McAnuff Gumbs, M., & Verbeck, K. (2013). Toward a model of multi-level professional learning communities to guide the training and practice of literacy coaches. In Cases on online learning communities and beyond: Investigations and applications. Hershey, PA: IGI Global Pub.
McAnuff Gumbs, M., & Verbeck, K. (2012). A Caribbean-based model of literacy leadership. Caribbean Curriculum, 19, 197-241.
McAnuff Gumbs, M. (2011, Spring). “Virtually there”: Making online training ‘real’ for Caribbean literacy coaches – what governments can do. MERLOT Journal of Online Teaching and Learning, 7(1), 134-146.