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Faculty hard at work producing new research publications

October 16, 2014 Leave a comment Go to comments

Faculty members at the FSU College of Education have been hard at work the past year gathering research for new publications.

Dr. Young-Suk Kim, associate professor of Reading and Language Arts, is publishing an article in Child Development titled, “Language and Cognitive Predictors Text Comprehension: Evidence from Multivariate Analysis.”

Dr. Sherry Southerland, professor of Science Education, and a number of FSU graduate students and faculty produced an article in Science Education titled, “Examining the Influence of RETs on Science Teacher Beliefs and Practice.”

Dr. Sandy Lewis, professor of Visual Disabilities, edited ECC Essentials: Teaching the Expanded Core Curriculum to Students with Visual Impairments, which also included a chapter written by Dr. Amy Guerette, associate dean for academic affairs.

Dr. Jeanne Wanzek, associate professor of Special Education, is about to publish two journal articles. The first is in the Journal of Educational Research and is titled, “The effects of team-based learning on eighth grade social studies learning.” The second article, “Promoting acceleration of comprehension and content through text in high school social studies classes,” can be found in the Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness.

Dr. Russell Almond is in the midst of publishing his new book, Bayesian Networks in Educational Assessment.

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