Faculty publication roundup, July 2021

By

Erik Ketcherside

This month, Sherman Dorn says building trust among parents and teachers is key to reopening schools; Maria Teresa Tatto on evaluating global progress on improving teacher quality; Ruth Wylie on "collaborative imagination"; and Eugene Judson and Lydia Ross on the effects of gender and minority status on faculty workload recommendations. Plus, a collection of thoughtful essays by educators from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, curated by David Lee Carlson and Ruhi Khan of our Center for Advanced Studies in Global Education.

Kate Anderson — associate professor | Steve Zuiker — associate professor | Erik Ambroso — PhD student: Educational Policy and Evaluation | Sara Rodriguez-Martinez — PhD student: Educational Policy and Evaluation; graduate research assistant
David Carlson — associate professor | Ruhi Khan — project director, Center for Advanced Studies in Global Education
Ying-Chih Chen — associate professor | Takeshi Terada — PhD student: Educational Policy and Evaluation; graduate research assistant
Ashley Dominguez — PhD student: Learning, Literacies and Technologies; graduate research assistant
Sherman Dorn — director, Division of Educational Leadership and Innovation; professor
Norman Gibbs — PhD student: Educational Policy and Evaluation; graduate research assistant | Tara Bartlett — PhD student: Educational Policy and Evaluation; graduate research assistant | Daniel Schugurensky — affiliate faculty; professor: School of Public Affairs, School of Social Transformation
Michelle Jordan — associate professor | Steven Zuiker — associate professor | Wendy Wakefield — PhD '21: Learning, Literacies and Technologies; assistant professor of elementary education (science), Northern State University | Mia DeLaRosa — Sevilla Elementary School, West Campus (Alhambra Elementary School District)
Eugene Judson — associate professor | Lydia Ross — clinical assistant professor
Maria Teresa Tatto — professor
Leigh Wolf — clinical associate professor
  • Book review (author): "Blended and Online Learning for Global Citizenship: New technologies and opportunities for intercultural education" by Hunter and Austin (Routledge, 2021) | Irish Educational Studies, April 2021
Ruth Wylie — associate research professor; assistant director, Center for Science and the Imagination
Hyeonho Yu — PhD: Learning, Literacies and Technologies '20 | Pamela Hodges Kulinna — professor | Shannon Mulhearn — PhD: Learning, Literacies and Technologies '20; assistant professor, University of Nebraska–Kearney

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