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International Perspectives Curriculum Project: EDAD 5680 Administration of the EC-12 Curriculum

International Perspectives Curriculum Project: EDAD 5680 Administration of the EC-12 Curriculum

Date: April 12, 2013
Creator: Stromberg, Linda
Description: Poster presented as part of the 2013 University Forum on Teaching & Learning. This poster discusses the international perspectives curriculum project. The project described in this poster was developed as part of the "Globalizing your Curriculum" Transformational Instructional Innovation (TII) Fellowship sponsored by the Center for Learning Enhancement, Assessment, and redesign (CLEAR) and UNT - International.
Contributing Partner: UNT College of Education
Critical Pedagogy: Translation for Education that is Multicultural

Critical Pedagogy: Translation for Education that is Multicultural

Date: 2001
Creator: Moss, Glenda
Description: Article on a study examining the translation of multicultural learning activities in a college classroom into critical pedagogy in the public school classrooms.
Contributing Partner: UNT Dallas
Engaging Pre-Service Teachers in an Exploration of the Politics of Language

Engaging Pre-Service Teachers in an Exploration of the Politics of Language

Date: 2011
Creator: Lee, Cheu-jey George; Moss, Glenda & Coughlin, Elaine B.
Description: This article discusses engaging pre-service teachers in an exploration of the politics of language.
Contributing Partner: UNT Dallas
Nurturing Life-Long Language Learners

Nurturing Life-Long Language Learners

Date: 2012
Creator: Rodriguez, Cynthia; Araujo, Juan; Narayan, Ratna; Shappeck, Marco & Moss, Glenda
Description: This article discusses nurturing life-long language learners.
Contributing Partner: UNT Dallas
A Critical Analysis of Philosophies of Education and INTASC Standards in Teacher Preparation

A Critical Analysis of Philosophies of Education and INTASC Standards in Teacher Preparation

Date: 2010
Creator: Moss, Glenda & Lee, Cheu-jey George
Description: This article offers a critical analysis of philosophies of education and the Interstate New Teachers Assessment and Support Consortium (INTASC) standards in teacher preparation.
Contributing Partner: UNT Dallas
Senior Projects in a Rural School

Senior Projects in a Rural School

Date: July 2004
Creator: Rickey, Matt & Moss, Glenda
Description: This article discusses senior projects in a rural school. Technology and a school-university partnership enabled high school faculty members to implement the Senior Project. The authors describe the process of change, the project requirements, and the learning that resulted for students and faculty.
Contributing Partner: UNT Dallas
Peer Coaching and Action Research as Professional Development

Peer Coaching and Action Research as Professional Development

Date: 2009
Creator: Moss, Glenda; Sloan, Lindsay & Sandor, Jane
Description: This paper discusses a project to improve professional development techniques that will improve how K-12 educators teach writing skills.
Contributing Partner: UNT Dallas
Provisions of Trustworthiness in Critical Narrative Research: Bridging Intersubjectivity and Fidelity

Provisions of Trustworthiness in Critical Narrative Research: Bridging Intersubjectivity and Fidelity

Date: June 2004
Creator: Moss, Glenda
Description: This article is a reflective-reflexive examination of provisions of trustworthiness in critical narrative research.
Contributing Partner: UNT Dallas
Amish Teacher Dialogues with Teacher Educators: Research, Culture, and Voices of Critique

Amish Teacher Dialogues with Teacher Educators: Research, Culture, and Voices of Critique

Date: September 2005
Creator: Zehr, Henry; Moss, Glenda & Nichols, Joe
Description: Article discussing a collaborative project to examine literature and research on the Amish culture.
Contributing Partner: UNT Dallas
Read to Succeed

Read to Succeed

Date: April 15, 2010
Creator: Daniel, Monica & Tunks, Jeanne L.
Description: This paper discusses research on reading. One of the biggest problems in today's classrooms is the ineffective use of transition times. Transition times are mostly spent re-directing children and attempting to control chaos and confusion in the classroom. This work presents the idea of using re-entry transition times (i.e., returning from lunch, music, etc.) as silent reading. When tested in December 2009, approximately 40% of the children in the authors' classroom were reading at level E, when compared to the other 60% who were reading at G or higher. For six weeks, all children were required to read for five minutes immediately upon entering the classroom from a school event, increasing their reading time up to 25 minutes a day. The results conclusively show that students who have the extra opportunities to read daily have increased their measured reading level from E to H, significantly increasing their reading fluency as measured by running records.
Contributing Partner: UNT Honors College
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