Brooke Eisenbach

Assistant Professor

Faculty Brooke Eisenbach

Brook Eisenbach's areas of academic focus and expertise are English Education, Middle Level Education, Virtual Education, Relational Care in the Classroom, Teacher Empowerment, and Arts-based Qualitative Research. 

She has a Ph.D. in English Education: Curriculum and Instruction from the University of South Florida, M.Ed. in Reading Education from the University of South Florida, and B.A. in English Education from the University of South Florida. 

Publications

  • Greathouse-Taylor, P., Eisenbach, B.B., & Kaywell, J.F. (2015). YA authors address censorship in the classroom. Florida English Journal, Accepted for publication in Spring 2015
  • Eisenbach, B.B. (2014). Words that Encourage. Educational Leadership, 71(5), 70-72.
  • Eisenbach, B.B. & Kaywell, J. (2013). Making an impression: YA authors and their influential teachers. English Journal, 102(2), pp. 72-77.
  • Eisenbach, B.B. (May 2013). The case of the crumpled pages. The ALAN Review.
  • Eisenbach, B.B. (2013, October). Forget the prompt and write! Freewriting in the middle school classroom. Florida English Journal.
  • Eisenbach, B.B. (2013). Subjective sneakers: A show and tell activity. Florida English Journal, 48(2), pp.8-11.
  • Eisenbach, B.B. (April 29, 2013). Finding a balance: A narrative inquiry into motherhood and the doctoral process. The Qualitative Report, 18(17). 
  • Eisenbach, B. B. (2012). Teacher beliefs in a scripted curriculum. The Clearinghouse Journal 85(4), pp. 153-156.

Presentations

  • Eisenbach, B.B. (accepted, 2015). “This is not what I expected!” Revelations and tensions in conducting an autoethnographic narrative inquiry. Paper to be presented at the annual meeting of The Qualitative Report (TQR) Conference, Nova Southeastern University, FL.
  • Eisenbach, B.B. (2015). Examining relational care within the online secondary classroom. Paper to be presented at the annual EDULearn International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, Barcelona, Spain
  • Eisenbach, B.B., Greathouse-Taylor, P., & Scott, S. (2015). The role of online discussion boards in perceived and actual student learning. Paper to be presented at the annual EDULearn International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, Barcelona, Spain.
  • Greathouse-Taylor, P., Eisenbach, B.B. & Scott, S. (2015). Technology as a learning agent: Impact of a single technology-based activity on student learning. Paper presented at the annual international conference for Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE), Las Vegas, NV.