Christina Y. Crenshaw
Secondary English, Language Arts, and Reading
Curriculum Studies and Social Foundations of Education
Social Issues in Teacher Education Preparation
Faith and Learning Integration
Christian Worldview Education
Ph.D., Baylor University, Waco, TX
Curriculum and Instruction
Concentrations: English, American Literature 18hrs, Qualitative/Quantitative Research: 15hrs
Dissertation: Teaching for Transformation: Engaging a Christian Worldview in Teacher Education Courses to Address K-12 Social Issues
M.Ed., Cambridge College, Boston, MA
Thesis: An Integrated Curriculum Approach to Teaching English and History as One Course
B.A., Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
English Literature, Education
Texas Teaching Certification, English, 6-12
9 Years Experience in Higher Education
Leadership Studies Lecturer and Coordinator, Baylor University, 2015-Present
Lecturer, Baylor University, 2014- Present
Course: EDC 5391, Social Foundations
Course: TED 2381, History of American Education
A21 Ministries, Curriculum Development, 2014- Present
Aligning curriculum with Common Core and Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills
Connecting key educators and stakeholders to A21 Campaign curriculum
Assistant Professor, California Baptist University, 2012-2013
Course: EDU 300, American Public Schools
Course: EDU 302, Growth, Development, and Learning
Course: ENG 123, Intermediate Composition and Rhetoric
Course: ENG 201, Introduction to English for Majors and Minors*
Course: ENG 313, Multicultural Literature
Course: ENG 353, Children’s Literature*
Course: ENG 363, Young Adult Literature
* Course Designer for WASC Accreditation
Part Time Faculty, McLennan Community College, 2009-2011
Course: ENGL 300/01, Developmental Writing
Course: ENGL 1301, Freshman Composition I
Course: ENGL 1302, Freshman Composition II
Graduate Assistantship: Instructor of Record, Baylor University, 2008-2011
Course: TED 3380, Social Issues in Education
Course: TED 2381, American Educational Thought
Course: TED 1312, Introduction to Teaching
Graduate Assistantship: Researcher, Baylor University, 2009-2011
Media Literacy and Young Adult Literature
Assistant to the Guest Editor of Action in Teacher Education (ATE)
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Baylor University, 2008-2009
Course: ENG 1304, Hispanic Families in Transition
Academic Support Advisor, Baylor University, 2006-2008
Managed over 300 student referrals from faculty
Established Baylor’s Referral System
Taught Baylor students placed on academic probation
Equipped students with college success strategies
Advised undergraduate students for classes
4 Years Experience in Secondary Education
English Teacher, Robinson High School, Robinson, TX, 2005-2006
English Teacher, Lexington Christian Academy, Lexington, MA, 2003-2005
English Teacher, Poteet High School, Dallas, TX, 2002-2003
SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS:
Nominated by the School of Education for Baylor University's Outstanding Dissertation Award, 2014
Recipient of Baylor University’s Outstanding Graduate Instructor Award, 2011
Recipient of Kappa Delta Pi Marcella L. Kysilka Curriculum and Instruction Award, 2011
Nominated Who’s Who Among America’s Graduate Students, 2010
Baylor University’s Full Tuition and Graduate Stipend Award, 2008-2013
Recipient of Graduate Travel Funds for Conference Presentations, 2009-2013
Scott, L., Crenshaw, C. (2018). Not in my city!: Central Texas teachers equip students with human
trafficking prevention and awareness curriculum. Under review.
Scott, L., Cresnahw, C (2017). : Examining A21 curriculum’s impact on students’ knowledge,
attitudes, and advocacy about anti-Human trafficking rights and issues. Journal of human trafficking, 1-18.
Crenshaw, C. & et. al. (2014). Bodies are not commodities Texas Version: Anti-human trafficking
curriculum. The A21 Campaign.
Schwarz, G. & Crenshaw, C. (2011). Old media, new Media: The graphic novel as Bildungsroman.
Journal of Media Literacy Education. 3:1, 47-53.
Crenshaw, C. (2017). Combating human trafficking: An analysis and assessment of an anti
human trafficking curriculum used in secondary classrooms. University of Nebraska’s 7 the Annual Interdisciplinary Human Trafficking Conference. Lincoln, NE.
Crenshaw, C. (2016). Faith-informed Practice: How the Integration of Faith and Learning Influences Pedagogy. Paper presented at Baylor Symposium on Faith and Culture: Higher Learning. Waco, TX.
Crenshaw, C. (2015). Combating human trafficking: An analysis and assessment of anti human trafficking curriculum used in urban classrooms. Paper to be presented at National Conference for Social Studies' CUFA. New Orleans, LA.
Crenshaw, C. (2014). Finding the sacred in the secular: Using film as a platform for integrating faith and learning in classrooms. Paper presented at Baylor Symposium on Faith and Culture: Faith and Film. Waco, TX.
Crenshaw, C. (2013). Teaching for transformation: Engaging a Christian worldview when preparing teacher candidates to address K-12 social issues. Paper presented at Biola University’s Justice, Spirituality, and Education (JSE) Conference. La Mirada, CA.
Crenshaw, C. (2012). ABD: Now what? Paper presented at Association of Teacher Educators. San Antonio, TX.
Crenshaw, C. (2011). Equipping teachers to become agents of change with a Christian worldview. Paper presented at Baylor Symposium on Faith and Culture: Educating for Wisdom in the 21st Century University. Waco, TX.
Crenshaw, C. (2010). The interplay of text and image: Teaching the graphic novel as a Bildungsroman in secondary classrooms. Paper presented at Southern Atlantic Modern Language Association. Atlanta, GA.
Schwarz, G. and Crenshaw, C. (2010). Teaching the graphic novel as a Bildungsroman. Paper presented at American Association for Teachers of Curriculum. St. Louis, MI.
Crenshaw, C. (2010). Community college students reflect on their placement in and successful completion of developmental reading and writing courses: A narrative inquiry. Paper presented at Ethnographic and Qualitative Research Conference in Cedarville, OH.
Crenshaw, C. (2008). From Design to delivery: Implementing strategies that encourage minority students’ campus involvement. Paper presented at First Year Experience Conference in Santa Barbara, CA.
Crenshaw, C. & Hambrick, D. (2007). Creating and promoting a student success center: A campus-wide initiative. Presented at First Year Experience Conference in Dallas, TX.
Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI)
American Educational Research Association (AERA)
American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (AAACS)
International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (IAACS)
American Educational Studies Association (AESA)
American Association for Teaching and Curriculum (AATC)
Curriculum and Pedagogy Association (C&P)
National Association of Multicultural Education (NAME)
National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE)
Kappa Delta Pi (KDP)
Graduate Student Association at Baylor University (GSA)
COMMUNITY AND UNIVERSITY SERVICE:
Prevention Committee Chair, Waco, Hot of Texas Human Trafficking Task Force (2015-Present)
Brain Trust Member for Propel Women (2015-Present)
A21 Ministries, Anti-human Trafficking Volunteer (2014-Present)
Manuscript Reviewer for Journal of Research on Christian Education (on-going)
Manuscript Reviewer for Journal for Christian Higher Education (on-going)
Faculty Advisor, CBU (2012-2013)
Senior English Capstone Grader, CBU (2012-2013)
Online Teaching and Learning Training, CBU (2012)
Financial Peace University, Coach (2010-2011)
Baylor Graduate School Association (2008-2012)
Compassion International Sponsor (on-going)
Missions to Mexico, Uganda, Tunisia, and Lebanon (2004-2014)
Dr. Tony Talbert
Assistant Graduate Chair
Professor in Baylor School of Education
Phone: (254) 710-7417
Dr. Betty Conaway
Professor in Baylor School of Education
Phone: (254) 710-6115
Dr. Gretchen Schwarz
Professor in Baylor School of Education
Phone: (254) 710-6121
Dr. Mona Choucair
Lead Professor for ELG
Lecturer in Baylor English Department
Phone: (254) 710-7398
Dr. Laine Scales
Graduate School Professor
Associate Dean in Baylor Graduate School
Phone: (254) 710-4487
Dr. Gretchen Bartels,
Lead English Professor
California Baptist University, OPS
Phone: (951) 343- 3974