Ph.D. in Teaching and Learning with a concentration in Language & Literacy, Georgia State University
Post-Master’s Certificate in Qualitative Research in Education, Georgia State University
M.Ed. in Secondary Education with a concentration in Reading and Literacy, University of Florida
B.A. in English with a minor in Women’s Studies, Clemson University
Rebecca Rohloff Clough is a clinical assistant professor, curriculum for the College of Education & Human Development’s Department of Early Childhood and Elementary Education. In that role, Clough provides academic program support and teaches in the B.S.E. program. She formerly served as a limited-term clinical assistant professor in the department.
She earned her Ph.D. in Teaching and Learning in 2019 from Georgia State University. Her dissertation is titled, “The intersection of young children’s play activities and multimodal practices for social purposes.” Clough’s endeavors include work on grant-funded research projects, including serving as project coordinator for Improving Writing Resources and Interactions in Teaching Environments, an I.E.S.-funded project. In addition, Clough served as an editorial assistant for the Language Arts journal for two years and is published in the Journal of Children’s Literature.
In 2017, she was awarded the Outstanding Ph.D. Student Award in Language and Literacy from the college’s Department of Middle and Secondary Education.