Articles by Jennifer Strange
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Collegiate Start@Elon graduate Nidhi Khiantani co-authors article for elementary teachers with Lisa Buchanan
November 9, 2022
Nidhi Khiantani, a Collegiate Start@Elon graduate, has coauthored an article for elementary teachers with Lisa Buchanan, associate professor of education in the Dr. Jo Watts Williams School of Education which discusses how teachers in grades 4-6 can use the novel, "Front Desk" as part of a larger study of power, identity and racism and the experiences of Chinese Americans in the United States.
Education faculty member and alumna co-publish article in Reading and Writing Quarterly
November 8, 2022
Marna Winter, senior lecturer and chair for the Department of Education and Wellness, co-published an article with Kristen O'Neill '19 in the Reading and Writing Quarterly journal. Their article explores the prevalence and usage of Hi-Lo texts in today's classrooms.
Buchanan co-authors article on teaching topics of war to elementary aged children
October 24, 2022
Lisa Buchanan co-authored article for the 'Social Studies and the Young Learner' journal on teaching topics of war to elementary aged children.
Erika Kim ’22 named finalist for North Carolina Student Teacher of the Year award
September 27, 2022
Kim, an elementary education alumna, was recognized as a top 10 finalist for the 2021-22 North Carolina Student Teacher of the Year at the North Carolina Association of Colleges for Teacher Education Fall Forum.
Lisa Buchanan publishes in The Journal of Social Studies Research
August 25, 2022
Lisa Buchanan, associate professor of education in the Dr. Jo Watts Williams School of Education, coauthored a study of preservice teachers' analytic skills in "The Journal of Social Studies Research."
Cherrel Miller Dyce chosen for national education initiative
July 11, 2022
Cherrel Miller Dyce has been selected to participate in the inaugural Inquiry Initiative sponsored by the Association of Teacher Educators.
Master of Education program welcomes new cohort of students
June 17, 2022
The Dr. Jo Watts Williams School of Education welcomed a new cohort of 10 graduate students into the M.Ed. Program on Monday, June 13.
Education alumna co-authors article for educational journal, Science Activities
June 6, 2022
Caleigh Fidler Blum '16 has co-authored an article that includes a featured lesson where first-grade students recognized and replicated the moon's pattern of appearance within one month, using the represented ABCDE pattern rule.
Faculty excellence for service, scholarship, teaching awarded to faculty in Dr. Jo Watts Williams School of Education
May 18, 2022
Katrice Hawthorne, Dani Lane and Katie Baker in the Dr. Jo Watts Williams School of Education were recognized on May 16 for faculty excellence in service, scholarship and teaching at the annual school awards banquet.
Dr. Jo Watts Williams School of Education celebrates student excellence at end-of-year ceremony
May 16, 2022
The Dr. Jo Watts Williams School of Education hosted its annual Celebration of Student Excellence on May 10 to recognize the Class of 2022 and the students who demonstrate exceptional contributions in and out of the classroom.