Karoline Trepper (she/her/hers) is a Clinical Assistant Professor of English Education, Residency Director, and English Content Mentor in the Teacher Residency Program. Karoline recently completed her PhD in Teacher Education and Race, Inequality, and Language in Education from Stanford University. She also holds an MA in Teaching English from NYU and a BA in English from Wake Forest University.
Informed by her previous work as a teacher in the Bronx, NY and Oakland, CA, Karoline strives to support teachers to develop a critical lens on curriculum and pedagogy and to design more expansive, culturally sustaining possibilities for teaching and learning in ELA classrooms and beyond. She is also passionate about disrupting systemic and institutional inequities so that schools can be safe, joyful, and sustainable spaces for teachers and students. Karoline’s research examines multiple facets of teaching and teacher education, including teaching performance assessments, the design and enactment of project-based learning and affective approaches to literary interpretation, and school-university partnerships in teacher education. Her research has appeared in *Journal of Literacy Research, L1-Educational Studies in Language and Literature,* and the book *Compose Our World: Project-based Learning in Secondary English Language Arts* (TC Press).
Prior to joining the Teacher Residency Program, Karoline supported teachers in the Stanford Teacher Education Program and Hollyhock Fellowship while pursuing her doctorate.