On Monday, February 16, Dr. Joan Whipp, Associate Professor of Educational Policy and Leadership and Director of Teacher Education, will be awarded the 2014 Distinguished Research Award in Teacher Education at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators (ATE) in St. Louis, MO.
The award for Distinguished Research in Teacher Education has been established to recognize and encourage outstanding investigations influencing teacher education and/or student learning.
The award acknowledges the exceptional work done on her article, "Developing Socially Just Teachers: The Interaction of Experiences Before, During, and After Teacher Preparation in Beginning Urban Teachers," which was published in the November edition of the Journal of Teacher Education: (Journal of Teacher Education, 64(5), 455 - 468).
In addition to receiving the award, Dr. Whipp will be conducting a presentation of her work during the afternoon sessions at the conference.
For more on Dr. Whipp's work exploring socially just teaching, see the 2012 Issue of the College of Education Magazine.
|Follow us on Twitter
|Like Us on Facebook