Teacher Education Department 
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Rachel
Adeodu
Ph.D.
Department Chair, Associate Professor
Teacher Education
College of Education
(773) 442-5369
Expertise
Early Childhood Development and Education, Early Childhood Literacy and Assessment; Partnership with families of young children.
Courses Taught
ECED 301: Curriculum and Instruction in Early Childhood Education
ECED 302: Philosophical & Historical Foundations of Early Childhood Education
ECED 306: Methods of Teaching Reading in Early Childhood
ECED 316: Child, Family & Community
ECED 328M: Clinical Experiences in Early Childhood Education-Kindergarten & Primary Greades Multicultural Emphasis
ECED 329: Student Teaching in Early Childhood
ECED 407: Family, Child and Teacher Interaction
ECED 410: Curriculum Development in Early Childhood Education
READ 416: Reading in the Prmary Grades
Research Interests
Family involvement in early childhood literacy and education. The influence of immigrant families' "funds of knowledge" in the education of their children. Early childhood curriculum and instruction in the age of accountability.
Education

University of Alberta
Elementary Education: Early Childhood Education concentration and cross-cultural education, Ph.D.

University of Glasgow
Educational Administration, M.Ed.

Ahmadu Bello University
English Language Arts Education, B.A.

 

Room LWH 3018
Northeastern Illinois University
5500 North St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

(773) 442-5369
Office Hours
Vary by semester and teaching schedule.
Main Campus
Sean Condon
Sean
E.
Condon
Program Advisor
Teacher Education
Expertise
Advisor for Teacher Licensure Program (TLP) for graduate students, and Elementary undergrad program for students whose last names begin with A through H.
Education

English,  B.A.

Background

Program Advisor since April, 2009.

Lech Walesa Hall (LWH) 0019
5500 North St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625-4699
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Office Hours
Email or call for appointment hours.
Dr. Amina Chaudhri
Amina
Chaudhri
Ph.D.
Associate Professor; Elementary Education Program Coordinator
Teacher Education
College of Education
(773) 442-5368
Expertise
Literacy, children's literature, and multicultural education.
Courses Taught
ELED 303: Children's Literature
ELED 304: Methods of Teaching Social Studies
ELED 309: Content Area Literacy
ELED 435: Children's and Young Adult Literature
Research Interests
Teacher preparation, literacy, children's literature, and multicultural education.
Education

University of Illinois at Chicago
Curriculum Studies, Ph.D.

Michigan State University
Curriculum and Instruction, M.A.

Oberlin College
English, B.A.
 

Selected Publications

Chaudhri. A. (2021), Cultural Dexterity Through Multiracial Nonfiction. Chapter in Reading and Teaching with Diverse Nonfiction Children’s Books: Representations and Possibilities. Thomas Crisp, Roberta Gardner and Suzanne Knezek (eds). NCTE Publications.

Chung, S. & Chaudhri, A. (2021). Biographies of Women in the Robert Sibert Award: A Critical Content Analysis. Journal of Children’s Literature. 47 1

Chaudhri, A. & Torres, L.M. (2021). Jugos There? Codeswitching Strategies in Bilingual Picturebooks. Children’s Literature in Education. 1-17.

Chaudhri, A. (2017). Multiracial Identity in Children’s Literature. Routledge. New York, NY.

Chaudhri, A. & Schau, N. (2016). Imaginary Indians: Representations of Native Americans in Scholastic Reading Club. Children’s Literature in Education. 47 (1), 20 – 37.

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Northeastern Illinois University
5500 North St. Louis Avenue
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(773) 442-5368
Office Hours
Vary by semester and teaching schedule.
Main Campus
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Yi
Hao
Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Early Childhood Education
Teacher Education
College of Education
(773) 442-5386
Expertise
Early Childhood Education and the arts.
Courses Taught
ECED 303: Early Childhood Development
ECED 301: Curriculum and Instruction in Early Childhood Education
ECED 328i: Clinical Experiences in Early Childhood Education: Infant/Toddler
ECED 316: Child, Famiiy, and Community
ECED 328T: Clinical Experience in Early Childhood Education, Preschool-KG and Primary-Technology Emphasis
ECED 312: Teaching Strategies with Multicultural Groups
ECED 325: Literature for Young Children
ECED 408: Language Acquisition and Intervention Strategies for Teachers of Young Children
ECED 352: Method of Teaching Language Arts, Music and Art in Early Childhood Education
ECED 325: Literature for Young Children
ECED 452: Curriculum and Methods of Teaching Language Arts, Music, and Art in Early Childhood
Research Interests
Infant/Toddler Reflective Teaching
Education

State University of New York at Buffalo Early Childhood Education, Ph.D.

Concordia University. Master in Early Childhood Education.

Nanjing Normal University, China. Bachelor in Early Childhood Education.

Selected Publications

Articles published

"Reaching potentials: Effective strategies for cultivating student teachers' creativity in teaching art"

"Lesson plan writing"

"Educating Early Childhood Teacher Education Students for the Global World"

"Portfolio assessment in early childhood"

Background

Dr. Hao has taught Early Childhood courses for over 14 years. She grew up in China and moved to Chicago in 1984. Dr. Hao specialized in teaching how to work with infants and toddlers. Her favorite saying is "Let children be children."

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Northeastern Illinois University
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Chicago, IL 60625
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(773) 442-5386
Office Hours
Vary by semester.
Main Campus
Dr. Hanna Kim, Teacher Education Department
Hanna
Kim
Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Teacher Education
College of Education
(773) 442-5383
Expertise
Science Education For Diverse Learners. Inquiry based Science Teaching. Science and Classroom Technology Integration.
Courses Taught
ELED 305: Methods of Teaching Science
MELD 335: Teaching Science at the Middle School/Elementary Levels with Problem Solving
ELED 329: Student Teaching Seminar
ELED 415: Interrelated Instructional Methods of Science and Mathematics in Elementary and Middle School (graduate level)
ELED 428: Clinical (Literacy-graduate level)
ELED 506: Research Methods for Teachers (graduate level)
Research Interests
Inquiry based science teaching and learning for diverse learners including ELLs. Science and technology integration. Integrating computational thinking (CT) into science classrooms.
Education

University of Texas at Austin Science Education, Ph.D.

Ewha Womans University. South Korea Science Education, B.A.

Selected Publications

Kim, H. & Adler, R. (manuscript in progress), Promoting Future Teachers' Computational Thinking in STEM (funded by the NSF grant).

Slate, J., Hibdon, J., Mayle, S., Kim, H., & Sudha, S. (2019). A Multidisciplinary Approach to Incorporating Computational Thinking in STEM Courses for Preservice Teachers. In M. Realdon (Ed.), Integrating Digital Technology in Education: School-University-Community Collaboration (pp.1-25). Charlotte, NC: Information Age.

Adler, R & Kim, H. (2017). Enhancing future K-8 teachers’ computational thinking skills through modeling and simulations, Education and Information Technologies. 1-14. doi; https://doi.org/10.1007/s10639-017-9675-1

Kim, H. (2016). Inquiry-Based Science and Technology Enrichment Program for Middle School-Aged Female Students, Journal of Science Education and Technology. 25(2), 174- 186. doi:10.1007/s10956-015-9584-2.

Kim, H. (2015). Effects of Science and Engineering Practices on Science Achievement and Attitudes of Diverse Students including ELLs, National Association for Bilingual Education (NABE), Journal of Research and Practice, 6, 1-23. 

Kim, H. (2011). Inquiry based science and technology program: green earth enhanced with inquiry and technology. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 20, 803-814.

Selected Performances

Presentations

Erbacher, A., Chavez, J., León, M., and Kim, H., (2018, October). Integrating Computational Thinking in an Elementary and Middle School Pre-Service Science Curriculum through Robotics, Presented at the SACNAS. The National Diversity in STEM Conference, San Antonio, TX.

Kim, H. (2017, November). Enhancing Future Teachers’ Computational Skills through Coding and Simulations, Presented at the Worldwide Forum on Education and Culture, Rome, Italy.

Kim, H. & Adler, R. (2016, June), Future Teachers’ Computational Thinking and Conceptual  Changes using Scratch Programming, Paper presented at the EdMedia (AACE) World Conference on Educational Media & Technology, Vancouver, BC.

Kim, H. & Adler, R. (2016, October), Promoting Future Teachers' Computational Thinking in STEM, Invited presentation at the NETT Day talk, Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, IL.

Kim, H., Adler, R., and Konan, J. (2016, November), Integrating Computational Thinking in Preservice Science Classrooms, Paper presented at the Northern Illinois Science Education (NISE) Conference, Naperville, IL.

Kim, H. (2016, April), How Do We Save the Endangered Monarch Butterfly around the City? Promoting Students’ Problem-Solving & Argumentation Skills Using Polling Technology, Invited presentation at the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA-Middle School Level) Conference, Nashville, TN. 

Kim, H. & Malovey, T. (2015, April), Effects of Science and Engineering Practices on Science Achievement and Attitudes of Diverse Students including ELLs, Paper presented at the American Education Research Association (AERA) Conference, Chicago, IL. 

Kim, H. & Malovey, T. (2015, March), Science and Engineering Practices Among Diverse Students’ Learning about Environmental Science, Paper presented at the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) Conference, Chicago, IL. 

Kim, H. (2014, April), Effects of Science Inquiry Practices on Diverse Seventh Grade Students' Science Achievement and Attitudes, Paper presented for a presentation at the National Association of Research in Science Teaching (NARST), International Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

Kim, H. & Malovey, T. (2014, November), Effects of Science Inquiry Practices on Diverse 7th Grade Students' Science Achievement and Attitudes, Paper presented at the Northern Illinois Science Education (NISE) Conference, Naperville, IL.

Kim, H. & Aguirre, S. (2013, October), Green Earth Enhanced with Science and Engineering Practices, Paper presented at the Illinois Science Education Conference (ISEC) in Tinely Park, IL.

Kim, H. (2013, April), Inquiry based Science and Technology Enrichment Program: Green Earth Enhanced with Inquiry and Technology, Paper presented at the National Association of Research in Science Teaching (NARST), International Conference, Puerto Rico.

Grants

2016-2019  National Science Foundation (STEM+Computing) Grant: CodEd STEM (Coding for Educators in STEM)

2014-2015 Chicago Community Trust Grant: Next Generation  Educator for Middle School: Refining STEM with Pedagogical Content and Literacy-NGEMS

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5500 N. St. Louis Ave.
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Office Hours
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Amanda
L.
Montes
Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Teacher Education
College of Education
(773) 442-4557
Expertise
K-12 Bilingual/ESL
Courses Taught
BLBC 340
Research Interests
Bilingual Education
Sociolinguistics
World Englishes
Second Language Acquisition
Education

Ph.D. Applied Linguistics, Arizona State University; 2014; The Use and Perception of English in Brazilian Magazine Advertisements.

M.A. Applied Linguistics, University of Massachusetts Boston; 2007, emphasis on English as a Second Language. B.A.

English, University of Massachusetts Amherst; 2003, Certificate in Latin American Studies. Colegio Hispano Continental, Salamanca (Spain); 2003; Spanish Language & Culture Summer Program.

Selected Publications

Fernández Álvarez, M., Montes, A. L. G., Paz- Albo, J., & Hervás-Escobar, A. (2019, Under Review). Perceptions of bilingual education teachers: the effect of educational climate and policies in Spain and US. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism.

Montes, A., Valenciano, C. & Fernández, M. (2018). Training Bilingual Educators at a PBI. Multicultural Learning and Teaching.

Montes, A. L. G. (2016). English in Brazil: A sociolinguistic profile. Journal of Pedagogy, Pluralism and Practice, 8(1).

(773) 442-4557
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Main Campus
Dr. Morales
Hector
Morales Jr.
Associate Professor; MAT Program Facilitator
Teacher Education
College of Education
(773) 442-5376
Expertise
Mathematics Education, Emerging Language learners, classroom discourse.
Courses Taught
ELED 310: Elementary and Middle School Mathematics Methods
ELED 403: Methods of Teaching Mathematics in Elementary and Middle Schools
ELED 328A: Clinical Experience
Research Interests
Teaching and learning of mathematics with English language learners, mathematical discourse, equity issues in mathematics education, and effective use of technology in mathematics education.
Education

University of Illinois at Chicago, Curriculum and Instruction with a concentration in Mathematics Education, Ph.D.

University of Illinois at Chicago, Teaching of Mathematics, M.S.T.

DePaul University, Mathematics, B.A. 

Selected Publications

DiNapoli, J & Morales Jr., H. (2021). Translanguaging to Persevere is Key for Latinx Bilinguals’ Mathematics Success. Journal of Urban Mathematics Education, 14(2), 71-104. DOI: https://doi.org/10.21423/jume-v14i2a390

Willey, C. & Morales Jr., H. (2020). Translanguaging to Ensure Latinx Mathematics Learners Thrive. In Sacristán, A.I., Cortés-Zavala, J.C. & Ruiz-Arias, P.M. (Eds.). Mathematics Education Across Cultures: Proceedings of the 42nd Meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Mexico. Cinvestav / AMIUTEM / PME-NA. https:/doi.org/10.51272/pmena.42.2020

DiNapoli, J. & Morales Jr., H. (2020). Translanguaging to Persevere: Supporting and Recognizing the Meaning-Making Process for Latinx Bilingual Students of Mathematics. Teaching for Excellence and Equity in Mathematics, 11(2), 26-34.

Translanguaging Study Group. (2020). Translanguaging and The Mathematics Classroom. Teaching for Excellence and Equity in Mathematics. 11(2), 8-15. (Contributors: Zandra de Araujo, Carlos Nicolas Gomez, Ji Yeong I, Elyssa Miller, Hector Morales Jr., Sarah Roberts, Erin Smith, Miwa Takeuchi, Mary Truxaw, and Craig Willey)

Willey, C. & Morales, H. (2019). Latinx Learners and Translanguaging in a Mathematics Club. In Otten, S., Candela, A. G., de Araujo, Z., Haines, C., & Munter, C. (2019). Proceedings of the forty-first annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. St. Louis, MO: University of Missouri.

Morales, H. & DiNapoli J. (2019). Translanguaging to Persevere: Bridging Methodological Lenses to Examine Latinx Bilingual Students’ Problem-Solving. In Otten, S., Candela, A. G., de Araujo, Z., Haines, C., & Munter, C. (2019). Proceedings of the forty-first annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. St. Louis, MO: University of Missouri

Morales, H., & DiNapoli, J. (2018). Latinx Bilingual Students' Perseverance on a Mathematical Task: A Rehumanizing Perspective. Journal of Research in Mathematics Education, 7(3), 226-250. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.17583/redimat.2018.3274

Morales Jr., H. (2012).  Cases of Practice: Teaching Mathematics to ELLs in Secondary School; Case 4: Twelfth-Grade English Language Learners and the Making of Mathematical Meanings.   In S. Celedón-Pattichis & N. G. Ramirez (Eds.), Beyond Good Teaching: Advancing Mathematics Education for ELLs.  Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

Morales Jr., H., Vomvoridi-Ivanović, E., Khisty, L.L.(2011).  A Case Study of Multi-Generational Mathematics Participation in an After-School Setting: Capitalizing On Latinas/os Funds of Knowledge.  In Téllez, K., Moschkovich, J.N., & Civil, M. (Eds.) Latinos/as and Mathematics Education: Research on Learning and Teaching in Classrooms and Communities. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Background

State of Illinois, Professional Educator License, 6-12 Mathematics

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Northeastern Illinois University
5500 North St. Louis Avenue
chicago, IL 60625
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Dr. Selina Mushi, Early Childhood Program Coordinator
Selina
L.P.
Mushi
Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Early Childhood Education
Teacher Education
College of Education
(773) 442-5382
Expertise
Measurement and evaluation in Curriculum & Instruction. Second language learning. Early Childhood Education.
Courses Taught
ECED 301: Curriculum and Instruction in Early Childhood Education
ECED 313: WIP: Language Development and Education Implications
ECED 338: Developmental Assessment of Preschool Children
ECED 412: Research Seminar in Early Childhood Education
EDFN 303: Early Childhood Development
ECED 402: Application of Learning Theories to Early Childhood Education
ECED 403: Early Childhood Assessment
ECED 408: Language Acquisition and Intervention Strategies for Teachers of Young Children
ECED 455: Methods of Teaching Math Science and Social Studies in Early Childhood Education
Research Interests
Multiple Languages and Learning: Assessment
Education

University of Toronto, Education. Ph.D.

University of Dar es Salaam, M.A. Education; B.Educ.

Teaching Certificate (Grade A), Marangu Teachers' College.

Selected Publications

Mushi, S. L. P. (2015). Global Analysis of Education in the 21st Century: What Kinds of Schools Do We Need Today? New York: Edwin Mellen Press (ISBN13:978-1495503573; 10:145503577) http://mellenpress.com/mellenpress.cfm?bookid=9177&pc=9

Mushi, Selina (2012). Multiple Languages and the School Curriculum: Experiences from Tanzania Online submission (ERIC) 2012 65 pp. (ED537709) http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED537709.pdf

Mushi, Selina, (2011). Book Review: The SIOP® Model for Teaching Mathematics to English Language Learners' Intercultural Education, 22:1, 123 – 125. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14675986.2011.549653

Mushi, S. L P. (2008). “Information Technology and the Curriculum Process: Student Participation and the Changed Role of the Teacher” In S. Nombuso Dlamini (Ed.) New Directions in African Education: Challenges and Possibilities. Calgary: University of Calgary Press, pp 121-145. https://books.google.com/books?id=DdjELzqfx3sC&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false

Mushi, S. L. P. (2008).  Supporting English Language Learners Across the College Curriculum. A Teaching Module developed as part of the Higher Education Cooperative Act (HECA) Grant (Illinois State University and Northeastern Illinois University), June 2008.

Mushi, S. L. P. (2008).  Collaborative Guided Games for Young ELLs. A Teaching Module developed as part of the Higher Education Cooperative Act (HECA) Grant (Illinois State University and Northeastern Illinois University), June 2008.

Mushi, S. L. P. (2008). Strengthening Middle School ELLs’ Formal Conversation Skills: The Role of Guided Class Debates. A Teaching Module developed as part of the Higher Education Cooperative Act (HECA) Grant (Illinois State University and Northeastern Illinois University), June 2008.

Mushi, S. L. P. (2003). Teaching and Learning Strategies That Promote Access, Equity and Excellence in University Education. In K. S. Brathwaite (Ed.) Access & Equity in the University: A Collection of Papers from the 30th Anniversary Conference of the Transitional Year Programme, Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press (pp 207-230). http://eric.ed.gov/?id=ED449760

Mushi, S. L. P. (2002). Simultaneous and Successive Second Language Learning: Integral Ingredients of the Human Development Process, Early Child Development and care, Vol. 172 No. 4 pp.349-358. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/03004430212717

Mushi, S. L. P. (2002). Acquisition of Multiple Languages among Children of Immigrant Families: Parents' role in the Home-School Pendulum" Early Child Development and Care, Vol. 172 no. 5 pp.517-530. http://eric.ed.gov/?id=ED459622

Selected Performances

Unleashing Natural Capital Through Nurturing Human Development - International presentation at the DICOTA Convention, Chicago Marriott O'Hare, August 30th to Sept 2nd, 2012.

Authentic Assessment of Learning Among English Language Learners.  Presentation to college faculty and teachers in District 158 on October 30, 2013. Juried. Invitation by Lulia Sarmiento LSarmiento@distric158.org.

Authentic Assessment of Student Learning at the Course Level -presented at the 9th annual Texas A & M University Assessment Conference:  Using Assessment to Drive Improvement, College Station, Texas, February 22-24, 2009.  Juried.

 

Background

Dr. Mushi has 15 years of teaching experience at Northeastern Illinois University. In addition, she has taught and done research at Cameron University, Pace University, University of Toronto, University of Dar es Salaam.

Prior to her University experiences, Dr. Mushi spent nine years teaching in primary schools, grades 1-7, English, math, Kiswahili, geography and science.

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Northeastern Illinois University
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Dr. Steven Wolk, Teacher Education Department
Steven
Wolk
Ed.D.
Professor; MSTI Program Coordinator
Teacher Education
College of Education
(773) 442-5397
Expertise
Teaching language arts (reading and writing). Children's and young adult literature. Writing workshop. Curriculum design and theory. Project-based teaching. Inquiry-based teaching. 21st century literacies. Critical literacy. Democratic and multicultural education.
Courses Taught
ELED 301: Curriculum of the Elementary School
ELED 304: Methods of Teaching Social Studies
ELED 329: Student Teaching
ELED 416: Social Studies as Inquiry
ELED 418: Theoretical Implications of Instruction
ELED 428: Clinical Teaching
ELED 429: Student Teaching
ELED 520: Curriculum and Inquiry
ELED 525: New Literacies for the 21st Century
ENG 390: Young adult fiction
LTCY 504: Literature for Reading Instruction in a diverse society
LTCY 506: Reading and Writing Relationships in Secondary Grades
Research Interests
Teaching language arts. Children's and young adult literature. Teaching social studies. Curriculum design and theory. Project-based teaching. Inquiry-based teaching. 21st century literacies (critical and creative thinking). Critical literacy. Democratic and multicultural education. School and curriculum reform.
Education

National-Louis University Instructional Leadership / Curriculum & Instruction, Ed.D.

National-Louis University Elementary Education, M.A.T.

University of Illinois at Chicago Communication Design,  B.A.

University of Illinois at Chicago Photography/Film, B.A.

Selected Publications

Wolk, S. (2013). Caring hearts & critical minds: Literature, inquiry, and social responsibility. Portland, ME: Stenhouse.

Wolk, S. (2002). Being good: Rethinking classroom management and student discipline.  Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Wolk, S. (1998). A democratic classroom. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Wolk, S. (2013). Reading democracy: Exploring ideas that matter with middle grade and youngadult literature. English Journal 103 (2), 45-51.

Wolk, S. (2011).  Reading for a better world: Teaching for social responsibility with young adult literature. Journal of Adoloescent and Adult Literacy 52(8), 664-673.

Wolk, S. (2010). What should students read? Phi Delta Kappan: 12 must-reads from Kappan 2009-2010: 53-61. 

Wolk, S. (2010). What should students read? Phi Delta Kappan 91(7), 8-16.

Wolk, S. (2010). Reading social responsibility. Educational Leadership.

Wolk, S. (2009). Reading for a better world: Teaching for social responsibility with young adult literature. Journal for Adolescent and Adult Literacy.

Wolk, S. (2008). School as inquiry. Phi Delta Kappan 90, 115-122.

Wolk, S. (2008). Joy in school. Educational Leadership 66, 8-14.

Wolk, S. (2007). Why go to school? Phi Delta Kappan 88, 648-658.

Wolk, S. (2004). Using picture books to teach for democracy. Language Arts, 82, 26-35.

Wolk, S. (2003, Fall).  Teaching for goodness.  Rethinking Schools

Wolk, S. (2003). Teaching for critical literacy in social studies. Social Studies 94(3): 101-105.

Wolk, S. (2003). Hearts and minds.  Educational Leadership, 61(1), 14-18.

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Northeastern Illinois University
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Linda
Zemtseff
M.Ed.
Teacher Education
College of Education
(773) 442-5392
Expertise
Math Education
Courses Taught
ELED 310: Methods of Teaching Mathematics-Elementary School
ELED 328: Clinical Experience in Elementary Education
ELED 329: Student Teaching in Elementary Education
Research Interests
Math Instruction-Elementary & Middle School. Teacher Education. Curriculum Development. Staff Development. Supervision.
Education

Loyola University Instructional Leadership (Curriculum & Instruction/Supervisor), M.Ed.

Background

Ms. Zemtseff has served as an Elementary and Middle School Teacher for nine years.

In addition she has held positions as:  Instructor at Mallincrodt College; Instructor and Supervisor at both Loyola University and Illinois State University;  currently, is an Instructor and Supervisor in the Elementary Education Program at Northeastern Illinois University.

 

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