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Education

This guide will help with all Education-related assignments and research.

Best Bets

To find articles, use the following databases:
For finding books, use the JMU Library Catalog:

Recent Scholarship from the College of Education

Journal Articles

Higdon, R. (2021). A collaborative global professional-development exchange to support students from under-represented populationsDKG Bulletin: International Journal for Professional Educators, 85(5), 20-24.

Myers, J.K., Hughes, M. (2021). Opportunities and costs: A self-study of coordinating teacher education programs. Studying Teacher Education.

Lewis, M. A., & Gomez Zisselsberger, M. (2019). Scaffolding and inequitable participation in linguistically diverse book clubs. Reading Research Quarterly, 54(2), 167-186

Webb, A., Higdon, R., & Pyle, E. (2020). Induction into the great unknown: Supporting newly hired science and mathematics teachers during the COVID-19 pandemicVASCD Journal, 17, 77-95.

Book Chapters

Shoffner, M., & Webb, A. W., Doubet, K. J., Jaffee, A. T., & Rahman, Z. (2020). Authentic selves in virtual spaces: Reflections on pedagogy during a pandemic. In K. J. Fasching-Varner, S. T. Bickmore, D. G. Hays, P. Schrader, D. L. Carlson & D. Anagnostopoulous (Eds.) The Corona chronicles: On process, leadership, commitment, and hope in uncertain times (pp. 105-111). Diopress. https://www.diopress.com/product-page/the-corona-chronicles-on-processes-leadership-commitments-and-hope-uncertain

Shoffner, M. (2020). Uneasy is the teacher educator: Examining taken-for-granted pedagogical expertise. In C. Edge, A. Cameron-Standerford, & B. Bergh (Eds). Textiles and tapestries: Self-Study for envisioning new ways of knowing (pp. 738-746). Herstmonceux, UK: Creative Commons. https://equitypress.org/textiles_tapestries_self_study?redirected=true 

Sogar, C. & Shoffner, M. (2020). Arguing for empathy: Subverting the teaching of argumentation. In J. Dyches, B. Sams, & A.S. Boyd (Eds.), Acts of resistance: Subversive teaching in the English Language Arts classroom (pp. 22-35). Myers Press.

Books

Guest Editors

Editors Mark Lewis and Luke Rodesiler Study and Scrutiny: Research on Young Adult Literature. Vol. 4 No. 2 (2020): Special Issue Sports-Related Young Adult Literature: Society, Culture, And Politics.