South Dakota State University
School of Educ, Counseling & HumanDev Wenona Hall 108A, Box 0507
Brookings, SD 57007
Anne Karabon began her professional career as an early childhood and public elementary school teacher. She is committed to partnering with community institutions to understand and address urgent social problems by generating insights into the authentic, multiple voices and perspectives of community members.
Karabon's research and publications focus on the social, geographical, developmental, and cultural factors that impact a person’s learning experiences, specifically how early educators draw on children's funds of knowledge- the multiple resources and knowledge acquired from daily experiences at home, in the community, and in play- to inform teaching practices. She has published articles in a range of outlets, including Early Childhood Development and Care, TaTE, TEQ, Journal of Latinos and Education, and Early Years: An International Research Journal.
Ph.D. in Early Childhood Education and Qualitative Methods, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2015
M.S. in Curriculum and Instruction, Early Childhood Education, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2008
B.S. in Curriculum Instruction, Early Childhood Education, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2005
A.A.S. in Child Growth and Development, Early Childhood Education, Milwaukee Area Technical College, 2003