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Professor Olivia Murray publishes new book: Queer Inclusion in Teacher Educaton Professor Olivia Murray publishes new book: Queer Inclusion in Teacher Educaton
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Meet Professor Bernd Ferner Meet Professor Bernd Ferner
How can we see the whole child both as a learner and a person in a culturally and linguistically diverse classroom?
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Explicating factors that foster civic engagement among students Explicating factors that foster civic engagement among students
Authored by: Nishishiba, M., Nelson, H. T., & Shinn, C. This paper investigates many facets of civic engagement by disaggregating how undergraduates conceptualize civic engagement as well as defining variables predicting greater student involvement in political, social and community affairs.
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Meet Professor Jan Abramovitz Meet Professor Jan Abramovitz
Professor in Curriculum and Instructor
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Meet Professor Donna Shrier Meet Professor Donna Shrier
Professor Donna Shrier knows how to create engaging and relevant literacy practices.
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Ask Wendy Swanson, who helps students find their voice. Ask Wendy Swanson, who helps students find their voice.
How is a Letter to the Editor like a poem?
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Meet Professor Olivia Murray Meet Professor Olivia Murray
How can educators counteract heterosexism in schools that reinforce gender norms and impart heteronormative values?
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Meet Professor Howard Yank Meet Professor Howard Yank
How can teachers and schools best provide equity, access and rigor for all students? Howard Yank explores the variety of issues and strategies connected to academic success in challenging environments with students in his instruction and advisory roles at PSU.
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Meet Professor Anita Bright Meet Professor Anita Bright
How do language and culture shape school experiences? Discuss your thoughts and experiences with Dr. Anita Bright, whose research explores these ideas in the context of public school education.
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Ask Professor Sybil Kelley Ask Professor Sybil Kelley
How can we build a scientifically literate population necessary to address the critical problems of our times?
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Ask Professor Esperanza De La Vega Ask Professor Esperanza De La Vega
Want to know how linguistically and culturally diverse children and their families navigate the educational system in search of equity?
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Meet Professor Dot McElhone Meet Professor Dot McElhone
How can teachers make the most of each interaction with students around texts? How can teacher educators help teachers facilitate more powerful text-based discussions? Dr. Dot McElhone explores these questions through both her teaching and research.
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Meet Professor Ron Narode Meet Professor Ron Narode
How do we make the student the center of math and science teaching and learning? Ask Professor Ron Narode.
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Meet Professor Nicole Rigelman Meet Professor Nicole Rigelman
How can you deepen the mathematical thinking and discourse in your classroom? Dr. Nicole Rigelman explores this question through both her teaching and her research.
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Meet Professor Jason Ranker Meet Professor Jason Ranker
How can we develop literacy curriculum that is relevant to students' cultural and linguistic worlds? Dr. Jason Ranker explores these questions in his research on literacy.
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Meet Professor Samuel Henry Meet Professor Samuel Henry
Dr. Samuel Henry has taught and served in variety of roles in education and academia.
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Meet Professor Will Parnell Meet Professor Will Parnell
How can documenting children and teachers' learning experiences become a teacher's way of life? Ask Dr. Will Parnell, a professor in early childhood education and Pedagogical Director of Campus Early Childhood Schools.
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The Young Child as Scientist: A Constructivist Approach The Young Child as Scientist: A Constructivist Approach
Professor Christine Chaille co-authors book entitled:The Young Child as Scientist: A Constructivist Approach to Early Childhood Science Education, 3rd Edition.
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The Mong Oral Tradition The Mong Oral Tradition
Dr. Yer Thao publishes his book, The Mong Oral Tradition: Cultural Memory in the Absence of Written Language.
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Literacy Teacher Preparation:Ten Truths for Teacher Educators Literacy Teacher Preparation:Ten Truths for Teacher Educators
Professor Susan Lenski, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, co-edits literacy book entitled Literacy Teacher Preparation: Ten Truths Teacher Educators Need to Know. Co-editors include Dana L. Grisham and Linda S.Wold.
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Meet Professor Barbara Ruben Meet Professor Barbara Ruben
What do teachers need to know to empower and engage all students to be lifelong lovers of learning? Ask Dr. Barb Ruben, assistant professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction.
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Effective Teacher Evaluation: A Guide For Principals Effective Teacher Evaluation: A Guide For Principals
Dr. Kenneth D. Peterson co-authors book entitled:Enrich the quality of teaching and learning in your school with meaningful teacher evaluations by Kenneth D. Peterson and Catherine A. Peterson.
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Making the Difference:Action Research in Middle Level Education Making the Difference:Action Research in Middle Level Education
Edited by Dr. Micki M. Caskey, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Graduate School of Education, Making a Difference: Action Research in Middle Level Education, highlights action research in middle grades education.
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Meet Professor Susan Lenski Meet Professor Susan Lenski
What do teachers need to know about literacy instruction? Ask Dr. Susan Lenski, a Professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction in the Graduate School of Education.
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The Gender Chip Curriculum The Gender Chip Curriculum
"The Gender Chip Curriculum," designed by Dr. Samuel D. Henry and Educational Leadership doctoral student Wendi Laurence, has been web published and is available for classroom use.
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Meet Professor Swapna Mukhopadhyay Meet Professor Swapna Mukhopadhyay
What is mathematics education for? Why does school mathematics alienate so many intelligent people? Those are the questions that haunt Swapna Mukhopadhyay, who studies Critical Mathematics Education and Ethnomathematics.
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Meet Professor David Bullock Meet Professor David Bullock
How do you infuse technology in a school library program? Professor David Bullock can tell you.
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Meet Professor Gayle Thieman Meet Professor Gayle Thieman
Social studies is her passion, and students are her highest priority.
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Meet Professor Jacqueline B. Temple Meet Professor Jacqueline B. Temple
What if your view of holistic education encompasses the entire world? Ask Dr. Temple to share her vision of internationalizing inclusive teacher education.
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Meet Professor Micki Caskey Meet Professor Micki Caskey
"Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself." a quote by John Dewey summarizes Dr. Micki Caskey's view of education.
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Meet Professor Yer Thao Meet Professor Yer Thao
What can we learn from a story? Ask Dr. Thao, a scholar interested in oral tradition.
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Meet Professor Dannelle Stevens Meet Professor Dannelle Stevens
How do teachers learn and develop? Ask Professor Dannelle Stevens, who studies teachers' learning and development.
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Meet Professor Christine Chaille Meet Professor Christine Chaille
How is play related to learning? Ask Dr. Christine Chaille, a professor in early childhood education, who researches the importance of play for young children.
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