Faculty in the College of Educational Studies seeks opportunities to collaborate with local and international communities. These relationships are built on trust, dialogue and reciprocity that are the fundamental elements to civic engagement. Jack H. and Paula A. Hassinger Chair in Education brings projects to the attention of the CES community that have the potential to address educational problems, e.g. equity, achievement of minoritized groups, etc. within local and/or international contexts. Success of these collaborations is determined mutually and often results in greater understanding, new learning, improved practice, and scholarship. Within the CES, faculty members also develop respect and appreciation for each other's disciplines by convening Community Brown Bag Conversations where research and innovative teaching pedagogies are shared routinely. These opportunities foster collaborations in teaching, research and civic engagement.
»Jack H. and Paula A. Hassinger Chair in Education - Community and Collaboration
+-Paulo Freire Democratic Project
Dr. Suzanne SooHoo is the Associate Director of the Paulo Freire Democratic Project (PFDP).
This archive contains collections and papers relating to Paulo Freire (1921-1997), his pedagogy and that of leading scholars in critical pedagogy.
A significant portion of the archive consists of the records from The Paulo and Nita Freire Project for International Critical Pedagogy with a highlight being the professional papers of scholars, Peter McLaren (b. 1948) and Joe L. Kincheloe (1950-2008).
In addition, there is the teaching material from Prof. Alma Flor Ada that includes a hand puppet of Freire's that she used in her teaching.
+-Community Conversations & Brown Bags
Community Conversation Brown Bags provide an opportunity for faculty and staff members to share their research and pedagogy.
Dr. Brian Alters
Evolution and Education
Dr. Anna Wilson
Conversations about the LGBTQ community
Dr. Keith Howard
Technology in the Classroom
Pattie Sobczak, CES Director of Development
Jillian Ryan, doctoral student
Leadership Styles in Nonprofit Organizations: Challenging the Status Quo
The Hassinger Chair and College of Educational Studies forged an international partnership with the University of Waikato in New Zealand to increase opportunities for scholarly collaborations within an international context. The two Universities have a working relationship and maintain a collaborative partnership. Partners co-publish and co-present at international conferences.
Culturally Responsive Methodologies
by Mere Berryman, Suzanne SooHoo, Ann Nevin (co-editors)
Emerald Group Publishing Limited