Cathleen S. Soundy, Ed.D.

Temple-T
Associate Professor of Elementary and Early Childhood Education
Teaching & Learning

Ritter Hall 442
1301 Cecil B. Moore Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19122-6091
phone: (215) 204-6129
cathleen.soundy@temple.edu

Education
  • Ed.D. Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, Early Childhood/Elementary
  • M.S. University of Nebraska, Omaha, NE, Reading/Special Education
  • B.A. Hastings College, Hastings, NE, Elementary Education
Areas of Professional Interest
  • Early Literacy
  • Visual Literacy and Young Children
  • Early Childhood Curriculum
Recent Scholarship

Soundy, C. S.  (in press).  Searching for deeper meaning in children’s drawings, Childhood Education.

Soundy, C. S., & Lee, Y. H.  (in press).  A medley of meaning-making in young children’s drawings, Young Children.

Soundy, C. S., & Drucker, M. F.  (2010).  Picture Partners: A co-creative journey into visual literacy.  Early Childhood Education Journal, 37(6), 447-460.

Soundy, C. S., & Drucker, M. F.  (2009).  Drawing opens pathways to problem solving for young children.  Childhood Education, 86(1), 7-13.

Soundy, C. S.  (2009).  Young children’s imaginative play:  Is it valued in Montessori classrooms?  Early Childhood Education Journal, 36(5), 381-383.

Soundy, C. S. & Qiu, Y.  (2008).  A cross-cultural analysis of young children’s visual responses to picture books.  In P. G. Grotewell & U. R. Burton (Eds), Early childhood education: Issues and developments (pp. 105-125).  New York: Nova.