The Teacher Education Division is committed to excellence in teaching, research and service in an urban environment. The faculty in the division focus on issues of teaching, learning and learning to teach in elementary and secondary classrooms.

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Submissions from 2013

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Content learning and identity construction (CLIC): a framework to strengthen African American students’ mathematics and science learning in urban elementary schools, Maria Varelas, Danny B. Martin, and Justine M. Kane

Submissions from 2011

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Landscapes of City and Self: Place and Identity in Urban Young Adult Literature, Ebony Elizabeth Thomas

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An Ethical Dilemma: Talking About Plagiarism and Academic Integrity in the Digital Age, Ebony Elizabeth Thomas and Kelly Sassi

Submissions from 2010

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Applying Toulmin: Teaching Logical Reasoning and Argumentative Writing, Lesley A. Rex, Ebony Elizabeth Thomas, and Steven Engel

Submissions from 2008

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Walking the Talk: Examining Privilege and Race in a Ninth-Grade Classroom, Kelly Sassi and Ebony Elizabeth Thomas

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“Everything She Knew": Race, Nation, Language, and Identity in Philip Pullman’s The Broken Bridge, Ebony Elizabeth Thomas

Submissions from 2006

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Gaining Options: A Mathematics Program for Potentially Talented At-risk Adolescent Girls, Pamela Trotman Reid and Sally K. Roberts