Articles by Jennifer Strange

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Beyond the Classroom: Community asset mapping in teacher preparation

June 19, 2024

Faculty and two alumni in the Dr. Jo Watts Williams School of Education recently published their research in the Action in Teacher Education journal. The research focuses on the impact of a course-based community asset mapping project on undergraduate students' capacity for identifying and understanding assets within communities surrounding specific schools.

Cherrel Miller Dyce selected for inaugural ATE Inquiry Initiative exploring opportunity gaps in education

February 13, 2024

Cherrel Miller Dyce, associate professor and executive director executive director of diversity, equity, and inclusion, in the Dr. Jo Watts Williams School of Education, completes a second year in the inaugural "Inquiry Initiative" sponsored by the Association of Teacher Educators (ATE). The Initiative was the "first of its kind" collaborative exploration of teacher education practices and research, focused on "opportunity gaps" in education.

Centering Equity: Bullock co-publishes new volume on co-teaching in educator preparation

January 31, 2024

"Co-Teaching in Teacher Education: Centering Equity" examines teacher preparation programs that have successfully used a co-teaching model to improve the clinical experience for teacher candidates and to instill a disposition for equitable practice. The volume challenges teacher preparation programs to prepare educators to work together to support all students in today's diverse classrooms.