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What Faculty are Reading

Dr. David Losey is a new Full Time Lecturer in the School of Education for Fall 2014. Here are some of his most current reads:

  • Classroom Instruction that Works: Research Based Strategies for Increasing Student Achievement by Robert Marzano, Debra Pickerine, and Jane Pollcok.
  • Total participation Techniques: Making Every Student and Active Learner by Persida Himmele and William Himmele
  • Quality School Community: Applying William Glasser's Choice Theory by Larry Palmatier
  • Adolescence by John Santrock
  • Educational Psychology: Theory and Practice by Robert Slavin
  • Best Practice: for Teaching and Learning in America's Schools by Steven Zemelman, Harvey Daniels, and Arthur Hyde
  • Understanding by Design by Jay McTighe and Grant Wiggins

Dr. Bradford Griggs is an Assistant Professor in the School of Education. Here are some of his most current reads for Summer 2014:

  • The Crooked Timber of Humanity by Isaiah Berlin
  • Can Education Change Society by Michael Apple
  • Educational Commons and the New Radical Democracy (Critical Studies in Education) by Alexander Means
  • Critical Literacy: Bringing Theory to Practice (Journal of Curriculum Theorizing) by Elizabeth Bishop
  • Pedagogy in Common: Democratic Education in the Global Era (Educational Philosophy and Theory) Noah DeLissovoy
  • The Intrepretive Structure of Truth in Heidegger by S. J. McGrath
  • Chaos and Complexity Theories: A conversation (AERA) by Sarah Sitherman
  • Curriculum as Zen (Journal of Curriculum Theorizing) by Mika Yoshimoto
  • Claiming Our Turf: Students Civic Negotiation of the Public Space of School (Theory in Practice in Social Education) by Sandra J Schmidt

Dr. Faye Camahalan is an Associate Professor in the School of Education. This is what she has been reading this Summer:

  • Dana, N. F. (2013). Digging Deeper: A teacher inquirer's field guide into action research. CA: Corwin.

Dr. Sandra Loughran is a new Full Time Lecturer in the School of Education for Fall 2014. Here is what she has been reading this Summer:

  • Reign of Error: The Hoax of the Privatization Movement and the Danger to America's Public Schools by Diane Ravitch.

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