Doctoral fellow Kayla Myers teamed up with Susan Cannon and Assistant Professor Sarah Bridges-Rhoads to find out how preservice teachers talk about and practice professional autonomy and freedom.
Associate Professors Susan Swars Auslander and Stephanie Smith are studying how elementary school mathematics teachers and their students can benefit from a “standards-based learning environment.”
Assistant Professor Sarah Bridges-Rhoads looks at the Common Core as a living document rather than as a one-size-fits-all approach to setting curriculum for teachers.
Associate Professor Gary Bingham considers how preschool teachers actively promote children’s writing and how the learning environment they create impacts students’ writing skills.
Assistant Professor Chenyi Zhang is working with researchers at Purdue University and East China Normal University to see what role culture plays in preschoolers’ learning.