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Scholarly Faculty Work - Kristin Greene

Kiersten Greene - Assistant Professor, Department of Teaching & Learning


Scholarly Faculty Work - Book cover, Who decides who becomes a teacher?Greene, K., with Gorlewski, J. (2019). Collaboration in isolation: Policy paradox in edTPA. In E. Tuck & J. Gorlewski (Eds.), Who decides who become a teacher? Schools of education as sites of resistance. New York: Routledge.

 

Scholarly Faculty Work - Gowri Parameswaran

Gowri Parameswaran - Professor and Chair, Department of Educational Studies & Leadership


Book cover - The social historical roots of the concept of emerging adulthood and its impact on early adults.Parameswaran, G. (2019). The social historical roots of the concept of emerging adulthood and its impact on early adults. 

Theory & Psychology
https://doi.org/10.1177/0959354319876985

 

Scholarly Faculty Work - Shannon McManimon

Shannon McManimon - Assistant Professor, Coordinator Humanistic/Multicultural Ed MPS


Book cover - Teaching and research as blurred translating. Journal of Curriculum Theorizing,McManimon, S. K. (2019). Teaching and research as blurred translating. Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, 34(2), 58-71.

https://journal.jctonline.org/index.php/jct/issue/view/37

 

Scholarly Faculty Work - Caroline Hopenwasser

Caroline Hopenwasser - Associate Professor, Department of Teaching & Learning


Hopenwasser, C. B. (2019, June) Perpetuating Whiteness in Transitional Chapter Books


Presentation at the Children’s Literature Association Conference, Indianapolis, IN

 

Scholarly Faculty Work - Laura Dull

Laura Dull - Professor and Chair, Department of Teaching & Learning


Dull, L. J.  2018. Teaching African enslavement: A pluralistic approach.

The History Teacher

51(2):   189-220.

 

Scholarly Faculty Work - Andrea M. Noel

Andrea M. Noel - Professor, Department of Teaching & Learning


Scholarly Faculty Work - book cover - Supporting second language vocabulary:  A scenario from Hungarian preschools. Noel, A. M., Lord, K. M., & Varga, L. (2019).


Supporting second language vocabulary: A scenario from Hungarian preschools.

Kappa Delta Pi Record, 55(1), 24-29.
doi:10.1080/00228958.2019.1549437

 

Scholarly Faculty Work - Rosenberg

Michael S. Rosenberg - Professor, Department of Teaching & Learning, Dean of the School of Education


Scholarly Faculty Work - book cover - Examining the impact of professional development and coaching on mentoring of novice special educatorsCornelius, K. E., Rosenberg, M. S., & Sandmel, K. N. (2019).

Examining the impact of professional development and coaching on mentoring of novice special educators. Action in Teacher Education, 41(3).

doi.org/10.1080/01626620.2019.1638847

 

Scholarly Faculty Work - Michael Smith

Michael Smith - Assistant Professor, Department of Teaching & Learning


Scholarly Faculty Work - book cover - Practice-Based evidence: A model for helping educators make evidence-based decisions. Chorzempa, B. F., Smith, M. D., & Sileo, J. M (2019).

Practice-Based evidence: A model for helping educators make evidence-based decisions.

Teacher Education and Special Education, 42 (1), 82–93.
DOI: 10.1177/0888406418767254

 

Scholarly Faculty Work - Lindsey Russo

Lindsey Russo - Associate Professor, Department of Teaching & Learning


Russo, L. (2019).
Play Diplomacy: Bridging cultural differences in pedagogy, learning and understanding

Play, Policy and Practice Connections, National Association for the Education of Young Children, Vol. XIX, Issue 2, April 2019.

 

Scholarly Faculty Work - Karen Bell

Karen Bell - Associate Professor, Department of Teaching & Learning


Isabelle, A.D. & Bell, K.N. (2018).

Integrating math across the K-6 curriculum.

Sun catchers. In S. McMillen (Ed.)
Reston, Virginia: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM).

Retrieved from https://www.nctm.org/Publications/Microsites/Integrating-Math-K-6/Welcome-to-Integrating-Math-across-the-K-6-Curriculum/