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Professor Mary Lynn Hamilton, Ph.D.

School of Education -
Professor
Ph.D., Teaching and Teacher Education, University of Arizona
Primary office:
Joseph R. Pearson Hall, 344
University of Kansas
1122 West Campus Rd
Lawrence, KS 66045-3101


Summary

Education

Ph.D., Teaching and Teacher Education, University of Arizona
M.Ed., Secondary Education, University of Arizona
B.A., Social Studies Area, University of Arizona

Research

Selected Presentations

Abi-Hanna, R. A., Abrams, L., Brubaker, N. D., Clemans, A., Coia, L., Dacey, C., ...Hamilton, M. L. (8/31/2014). Given our past, what is our future? An interactive dialogue on gender, feminism and queer theory in self-study. Presentation at the X Castle Conference of the Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices SIG in. Herstmonceux, UK
Hamilton, M. L., & Pinnegar, S. (4/1/2014 - 4/30/2014). Forming, Framing, and Linking in Developing S-STEP Research Questions. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Rice, B., Rice, M., Pinnegar, S., Murphy, S., & Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/2013). Exploring learning from experience narratively. A paper to be presented in a symposium entitled: Lived Experience Presented Through Digital Space And Time at the annual AERA Conference. San Francisco, CA
Keyes, D., Coulter, C., Ross, V., Chan, E., Craig, C., Pinnegar, S., ...Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/2013). Narrative inquiry over distance and time: Images and collaboration. A paper to be presented in a symposium entitled: Lived Experience Presented Through Digital Space And Time at the annual AERA Conference. San Francisco, CA
Pinnegar, S., Rice, M., Rice, B., Murphy, S., & Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/2013). Teachers’ knowledge and understanding for teaching. A paper to be presented in a symposium entitled: Uncovering tension in personal practical knowledge o the learning-to-teach process through collaborative blogging at the annual AERA Conference. San Francisco, CA
Hamilton, M. L., & Pinnegar, S. (12/31/2013). What’s in a name? Exploring the edges of auto-ethnography, narrative, and self-study methodologies. A paper presented at the annual meeting of American Educational Research Association. San Francisco, California
Hamilton, M. L., Rice, M., Pinnegar, S., Murphy, S., & Rice, B. (8/31/2012). Teacher Educators Learning about Reflection from the Process. Paper to be presented during the Castle Conference on the self-study of teaching practices. East Sussex, England
Rice, M., Pinnegar, S., Rice, B., Murphy, S., & Hamilton, M. L. (8/31/2012). Teacher Educators Learning about Reflection from the Process. Paper to be presented during the Castle Conference on the Self-study of teaching practices. East Sussex, England
Pinnegar, S., Rice, M., Rice, B., Murphy, S., & Hamilton, M. L. (5/31/2012). Using Dewey to build storied knowledge. Presented at Narrative Matters. Paris, France
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/2012). Pedagogy of Teacher Educators. Presented at Leuven University. Leuven, Belgium
Hamilton, M. L., & Pinnegar, S. (12/31/2012). Scrutinizing Trustworthiness in our Practice as Self Study of Teacher Education Practices Researchers. Paper to be presented at AERA. Vancouver, BC, Canada
Hamilton, M. L., & Pinnegar, S. (12/31/2012). Scrutinizing Trustworthiness in our Practice as Self Study of Teacher Education Practices Researchers. Paper to be presented at AERA (American Educational Research Association). Vancouver, BC, Canada
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/2012). Self-Study of Practice for New Teacher Educator Faculty. Presented to the new Faculty of Education, University of Newcastle. Newcastle, Australia
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/2012). Self-Study of Practice Research – Possibilities and Pitfalls. Teacher Education Conference. Leuven, Belgium
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/2012). Teacher Education in an International Context. Presented to the new Faculty of Education, University of Newcastle. Newcastle, Australia
Hamilton, M. L. (11/30/2011). The international terrain of teaching and teacher education: How can teacher educators prepare teachers for a world we cannot envision. A keynote address delivered at the first Global Teacher Education Summit, Beijing Normal University. Beijing, China
Hamilton, M. L., & Pinnegar, S. (12/31/2011). Demonstrating Interpretation Using the Three-Dimensional Narrative Space. Symposium at AERA, Narrative SIG (Special Interest Group). San Francisco, California
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/2011). Exploring international studies. Presented at Monash University. Melbourne, Australia
Hamilton, M. L., & Pinnegar, S. (12/31/2011). Making visible narrative understanding. Symposium Presented at the NAPAR (Narrative, Arts-Based, and Post Approaches to Social Research) Conference. Phoenix, AZ
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/2010). Attempting to cultivate humanity: Self-study, reflection, and the preparation of teachers - Symposium: The Challenge of Complex Ecologies to Developing as a Reflective Practitioner Within Disciplined-Based Profession: What Challenges, What Differences Can a Discipline Make?. AERA conference. Denver, CO
Pinnegar, S., Hamilton, M. L., & Fitzgerald, L. (12/31/2010). Guidance in being and becoming self-study of practice researchers. Paper presented during the Castle Conference on the Self-study of teaching practices. East Sussex, England
Hamilton, M. L., & Pinnegar, S. (12/31/2010). Re-Visionist self-study: If we knew then what we know now. Paper presented during the Castle Conference on the Self-Study of teaching practices. East Sussex, England
Hamilton, M. L., & LaBoskey, V. (12/31/2009). Questioning Practice: Critical friends and their contributions to self-study methodology. Paper presented at the annual AERA conference. San Diego, CA
Hamilton, M. L., & LaBoskey, V. (12/31/2008). 'Doing as I Do': The Role of Teacher Educator Self-Study in Educating for Reflective Inquiry. Paper presented as a part of an Interactive Symposium--Educating for Reflective Inquiry: What does it take? at the annual AERA conference. New York, NY
Hamilton, M. L., & Pinnegar, S. (12/31/2008). A Topography of Collaboration: Methodology, identity and community in Self-study research. Paper presented as a part of the International Symposium--Supporting Teacher Educators' Self-Study Research at the annual AERA conference. New York, NY
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/2008). Engaging In The Self-Study of Teaching/Teacher Educator Practices: Tensions Between Methodology and Theory in Practice. Paper presented at the annual AERA conference. New York, NY
Hamilton, M. L., & Pinnegar, S. (12/31/2008). Self-Study as a Genre of Teacher Education Research: Theory, Method and Practice. A workshop presented at the annual AERA conference. New York, NY
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/2008). Studying My Practice: Exploring tensions in my teaching, my methodology and my theory. Paper presented during the Castle Conference on the Self-study of teaching practices. East Sussex, England
Guilfoyle, K., Hamilton, M. L., Pinnegar, S., & Placier, P. (12/31/2007). Distant conversations with colleagues: Evolving in the academy. Paper presented during the annual AERA Conference. Chicago, IL
Lunenberg, M., & Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/2007). Finding our Identities as Teacher Educators. Paper presented during the annual AERA Conference. Chicago, IL
Hamilton, M. L., & Rice, S. (12/31/2007). Finding the spirit within, Answering the call to teach. Paper presented during the annual AERA Conference. Chicago, IL
Hamilton, M. L., Smith, L., & Worthington, K. (12/31/2007). Fitting the methodology with the research: An exploration of autobiography, self-study and auto ethnography. Paper presented during the annual AERA conference. Chicago, IL
Hamilton, M. L., & Pinnegar, S. (12/31/2007). Self Study Methodologies Workshop. Presented during the annual AERA Conference. Chicago, IL
Rice, S., & Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/2007). Supporting Those Who are Called to Teach. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Studies Association. Cleveland, OH
Hamilton, M. L., & Pinnegar, S. (12/31/2006). Alternative representations of collaboration and community. A paper presented during the Castle Conference. East Sussex, England
Pinnegar, S., & Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/2006). Confronting Ontology. A paper presented during the annual AERA Conference. San Francisco, CA
Tidwell, D., Manke, M., Allender, J., Pinnegar, S., & Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/2006). Contexts for Using Illustrative Nodal Moments in Self-Study. A paper presented during the Castle Conference. East Sussex, England
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/2006). Test driving the auto-: Which offers a better fit--auto-biography, auto-ethnography, and auto-logy?. A paper presented during the Castle Conference. East Sussex, England
Nielsen, D., Hamilton, M. L., & McEnerney, S. (12/31/2005). Teachers' Perception of the PreKTL Professional Development Program. Paper presented at the National Reading Conference 55th Annual Meeting. Miami, FL
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/2005). Using self-study to engage in teacher research. Centre for Educational Training, Assessment and Research (CETAR, or in Dutch: Onderwijscentrum) of the Vrije Universiteit. Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/2004). Evidence for learning. A paper presented as a part of the symposium In the new contexts of practice: What counts as the evidence of learning? For Teachers? Teacher educators? during the annual AERA Conference. San Diego, CA
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/2004). Professional Knowledge and Self-Study. A paper presented as a part of the symposium Examining self-study of teacher education during the annual AERA Conference. San Diego, CA
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/2004). Re-positioning a faculty member. A paper presented during the Castle Conference. East Sussex, England
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/2003). The University of Kansas, One Story. A paper presented as a part of the symposium Working in the margins to Advocate Educational Quality: Interrupting a Discourse of Standardization during the annual AERA Conference. Chicago, IL
Dalmau, M., Hamilton, M. L., & Bodone, F. (12/31/2002). Communicating Self-Study within the Scholarship of Teacher Education. A symposium presented during the Castle Conference. East Sussex, England
Hamilton, M. L., & LaBoskey, V. (12/31/2002). Delineating the Territory: Reclaiming and Refining the Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices. A paper presented as a part of symposium entitled: Delineating the Territory: Reclaiming and Refining the Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices during the annual AERA Conference. New Orleans, LA
Guilfoyle, K., Hamilton, M. L., Pinnegar, S., & Placier, P. (12/31/2002). Developing professional dialogue in the self-study of teaching practices. A symposium presented during the Castle Conference. East Sussex, England
Guilfoyle, K., Hamilton, M. L., Pinnegar, S., & Placier, P. (12/31/2002). Narratives of four teacher educators. A paper presented as a part of a symposium entitled: Critique of the political, social, and practical context of restructuring/reform in teacher education during the annual AERA Conference. New Orleans, LA
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/2002). Pictures at an exhibition: Exploring Self-Study of teaching practices while looking around. A paper presented during the Castle Conference. East Sussex, England
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/2001). Is this a self-study of teacher education practice? A retrospective look at the development of my teaching. A paper presented during the annual American Educational Research Association Conference. Seattle, WA
Hamilton, M. L., & Loughran, J. (12/31/2001). Perspectives on Professional Knowledge. A paper presented during the biennial International Study Association on Teachers and Teaching Conference. Faro, Portugal
Guilfoyle, K., Hamilton, M. L., Pinnegar, S., & Placier, P. (12/31/2001). Teacher Education Reform at four institutions. Paper presented during the annual American educational Research Association Conference. Seattle, WA
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/2001). Ways of knowing, ways of showing. A paper presented during the International Conference on Teacher Research. Vancouver, BC, Canada
Hamilton, M. L. (7/31/2000). Change, Social justice and re-liability: Observations of a secret (change) agent. A paper presented during the Castle Conference. East Sussex, England
Guilfoyle, K., Hamilton, M. L., Pinnegar, S., & Placier, P. (7/31/2000). Myths and legends of teacher education reform in the 1990's. A symposium presented during the Castle Conference. East Sussex, England
Hamilton, M. L., King, S., & Necefer, M. (4/30/2000). Cultural mismatches. A paper presented during the annual AERA conference. New Orleans, LA
Hamilton, M. L. (4/30/2000). If you really believe: The power of belief as a tool for addressing diversity. A paper presented during the annual AERA conference. New Orleans, LA
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/2000). Preparing professional portfolios for novice teachers. A paper presented at the annual PDS National Conference. Kansas City, KS
Erb, T., & Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1999). A navigating turbulent waters: one school's voyage through the seas of reform. Paper presented at the third China-U.S. Conference of Education. Phoenix, AZ
Hamilton, M. L., & King, S. (12/31/1999). Parallel Worlds: Moving Along from Reflection to Action. A paper presented during the annual AERA Conference. Montreal, QC, Canada
Hamilton, M. L., Wilkes, G., & Pinnegar, S. (12/31/1999). Race, class, gender and the education of future teachers. A paper presented during the Invisible College prior to the annual AERA Conference. Montreal, QC, Canada
Hamilton, M. L., Guilfoyle, K., Placier, P., & Pinnegar, S. (12/31/1999). Restructuring in teacher education: How did we get here? Where are we going?. A paper presented during the Invisible College prior to the annual AERA conference. Montreal, QC, Canada
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1999). Teaching styles and learning styles. Center for Teaching Excellence, University of Kansas
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1999). What happens during the 5th year?. Gateway Program, University of Kansas
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1998). Coming up among demons: Living an honest life while confronting the perils of tenure. A paper presented as a part of a symposium entitled: Tangling with the tyrannies of tenure during the annual AERA Conference. San Diego, CA
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1998). Humanistic research: Theory and practice. A paper presented during the annual AERA Conference. San Diego, CA
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1998). Inviting our students to participate in self-study conversations. A paper presented during the annual AERA Conference. San Diego, CA
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1998). Studying beliefs through the use of autobiography and narrative. A paper presented during the annual AERA Conference. San Diego, CA
Hamilton, M. L., & King, S. E. (12/31/1998). Teacher Education. School of Education Colloquia, The University of Kansas
Hamilton, M. L., & Eason, B. (12/31/1997). One student at a time: A recruitment and retention program in the KU School of Education. Conference on Diversity and Multiculturalism. Wichita, KS
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1997). Research and the tasks of teacher education. A presentation given during the annual Invisible College meeting prior to the AERA Conference. Chicago, IL
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1997). Resistance, community and belief: How tenure changed our views of our selves and our profession. A paper presented during the annual AERA Conference. Chicago, IL
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1996). How can evaluating our students change Brigham Young University's teacher education practices. Presented to Education Faculty, Brigham Young University. Provo, UT
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1996). Mapping a landscape: Identifying and exploring self-study. A paper presented as part of an S-STEP symposium--Is it navel-gazing or the real fruit?: Examining the appeal of self-study OR Orange-you glad we asked this question? during the annual AERA Conference. New York, NY
Guilfoyle, K., Hamilton, M. L., Pinnegar, S., & Placier, P. (12/31/1996). Navigating through a maze of contradictions: A conversation on self-study and teacher education reform. A symposium presented at the Empowering our future in teacher education Conference, The Queen's University, Canada International Study Centre at Herstmonceux Castle
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1996). Studying experience. Presented at Invisible College prior to the annual AERA Conference. New York, NY
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1996). Teacher Education Reform: A look at DipEd. Presented to Faculty of Education, Monash University. Melbourne, Australia
Hamilton, M. L., Gallagher, K., Rodriquez, F., & Kleinhammer-Trammill, J. (12/31/1996). The challenges and consequences of restructuring teacher education in a research university: The case of the University of Kansas. Presented during the annual meeting of the AACTE (American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education). Chicago, IL
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1996). The power of words: The language of experience. A paper presented as a part of a Division K symposium--Experience and Reform in Teacher Education during the annual AERA Conference. New York, NY
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1996). Using the study of teaching practice to improve teacher education. Presented to Education Faculty, Brigham Young University. Provo, UT
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1996). Visioning teacher education. College of Education, University of Idaho. Moscow, ID
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1995). Action Research: Inquiry in the classroom. Presented to Education Faculty, Brigham Young University. Provo, UT
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1995). Amazons running the gauntlet: Resisting and transforming the culture of academe. Paper presented as a part of a SIG Symposium--Rites of passage/Rights of passage: Women faculty at the tenure border crossing--during the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Francisco, CA
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1995). Self-study and teacher education. Presentation given at the Invisible College meeting, prior to the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Francisco, CA
Guilfoyle, K., Hamilton, M. L., Pinnegar, S., & Placier, P. (12/31/1994). A chorus of voices: Studying the cycles of teaching in academia. At the World Congress Three on Action Learning, Action Research, and Process Management Conference. The University of Bath, England
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1994). A teaching odyssey: Sailing to the straits of teaching though the gales of academia. Paper presented as a part of a Division K Symposium--Taking Action: Studies of teaching and academic experience in Schools of Education--during the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. New Orleans, LA
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1994). Hidden Messages in the Classroom. Alternative Avenues to Achievement, Conference on Alternative/Magnet Education, Topeka Unified School District. Topeka, KS
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1994). Self-study and teacher education. Presentation given at the Invisible College meeting, prior to the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Francisco, CA
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1994). Tacit messages: Cultural models in the classroom. Paper presented as a part of Division K Symposium--Viewpoints from within: Teacher thinking in multicultural contexts--during the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. New Orleans, LA
Hamilton, M. L., & Fleck, D. (12/31/1994). What students see: Reading the implicit and explicit text in the classroom. Paper presented during the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. New Orleans, LA
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1993). ATE-K Distinguished Research Award Presentation: The Influence of Culture on Beliefs. Presentation at the Mid-America Regional Mini-Clinic. Wichita, KS
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1993). Classroom as text: Tacit messages in the classroom. Paper presented during the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Atlanta, GA
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1993). Confronting the self: Passion and practice in the act of teaching. Paper presented as a part of a Division K Symposium--Questioning teacher education practices: how did we come to be as we are?--during the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Atlanta, GA
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1993). Framing conversations of research and practice. Presentation given at the Invisible College Meeting, prior to the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Atlanta, GA
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1993). Program progress. New Stanley School, Kansas City Unified School District
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1993). Self-study of teacher education practices. Presentation given at the Invisible College Meeting, prior to the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1992). Constructing collaboration: Power, identity, and survival. Paper presented at the annual Bergamo Conference on Curriculum Theory. Dayton, OH
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1992). Dilemmas of personal belief and public practice. Paper presented during the annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. San Antonio, TX
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1992). Making public the private voice of a teacher educator. Paper presented as a part of a Division K Symposium--Holding up the mirror: Teacher educators reflect on their own teaching--at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Francisco, CA
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1992). Program progress. New Stanley School, Kansas City Unified School District
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1992). Regular Ed/Special Ed: What do Preservice teachers need to know?. Dr. Suzanne Robinson's seminar in Special Education, The University of Kansas Medical Center
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1992). Tacit Messages; Teachers' cultural models in the classroom. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Francisco, CA
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1992). Teacher Competency. Presentation as a part of a symposium at the annual meeting of the Invisible College of the American Educational Research Association. San Francisco, CA
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1991). Outsider in a promised land: Acquiring the culture of academe. Paper presented as a part of a Division K Symposium--Using experience to put the pieces back together: examination of the process of becoming a teacher educator--at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Chicago, IL
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1991). The influence of culture on beliefs: Teachers' cultural models of students. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Study Association on Teacher Thinking. Surrey University, England
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1991). The role of events in student and teacher development. Presentation given at the Invisible College Meeting, prior to the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Chicago, IL
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1991). Weaving it together: Cognition and cultural knowledge. Paper presented as a part of a Division G Symposium--Connecting to culture; constructing the self or Teaching/Learning in social/cultural perspective--at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Chicago, IL
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1990). Cultural models and the theta factor. Paper presented as a part of a Division G Symposium--Teacher Responses to Perceptions of Threat--at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Boston, MA
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1990). The effects of school culture on the process and outcomes of staff development. Paper presented as a part of a Division K Symposium--Research on a Practical Argument Staff Development Process--at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Boston, MA
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1989). Teachers' folk theories of reading. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Francisco, CA
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1989). The effects of the practical arguments staff development program. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference. Austin, TX
Hamilton, M. L. (12/31/1988). Teachers' models of reading. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference. Tucson, AZ
Hamilton, M. L., & Richardson-Koehler, V. (12/31/1988). Teachers' theories of reading. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. New Orleans, LA

Selected Grants

What Do Preservice Training and Other Factors Seem to Contribute to Teacher Candidates' Decisions about Entering and Remaining in the Teaching Profession?. University of Kansas. (12/31/2008). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Developing a community of practice and theory. Innovative Idea Support Program. (8/31/2007). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
The Call to Teach. Summer Research Fund. Submitted 1/15/2006 (8/31/2006). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Special Education Grant. State of Kansas. $40000.00. (12/31/2004). State of Kansas. Status: Funded. With colleagues from SPED and TED.
Special Education Grant. State of Kansas. $40000.00. (12/31/2003). State of Kansas. Status: Funded. With colleagues from SPED and TED.
What keeps our KU completers teaching?. University of Kansas. Submitted 1/15/2002 (1/1/2002 - 12/31/2003). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
University International Research Travel Award. Submitted 1/15/2000 (1/1/2001 - 12/31/2002). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Special Education Grant. State of Kansas. $40000.00. (12/31/2002). State of Kansas. Status: Funded. With colleagues from SPED and TED.
What happens to our 5th year completers?. University of Kansas. Submitted 1/15/2001 (1/1/2001 - 12/31/2002). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Casing Teacher Education: The design of interactive cases for use in teacher education classes. University of Kansas. Submitted 1/1/2000 (1/1/2000 - 12/31/2001). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Quest for the Best. University of Kansas. (4/30/2001). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded. Building case studies for use in teacher education classes
Special Education Grant. State of Kansas. $40000.00. (12/31/2001). State of Kansas. Status: Funded. With colleagues from SPED and TED.
Special Education Grant. State of Kansas. $40000.00. (12/31/2000). State of Kansas. Status: Funded. With colleagues from SPED and TED.
Parallel Worlds: Moving along from reflection to action. University of Kansas. Submitted 1/1/1998 (1/1/1998 - 12/31/1999). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Xploring beliefs about difference with autobiography and narrative. University of Kansas. Submitted 1/1/1997 (12/31/1997). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Defining the advising relationship. Submitted 1/1/1993 (1/1/1993 - 12/31/1994). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Special Education Grant, Project Partnership. OSHE. (12/31/1994). Status: Funded. Funded with colleagues from SPED and C&I
A view from the classroom. University of Kansas. Submitted 1/1/1990 (12/31/1991). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Teachers' perspectives on the change process. Kansas City, Kansas School District. Submitted 1/1/1990. Not-for-Profit (not Foundation). Status: Not Funded. Approved, but the project received no funds.

Selected Awards & Honors

Budig Teaching Award
School of Education
2014 - 2015
Faculty Achievement Award for Research
2008
Excellence in Teaching Award
1999
Distinguished Research in Teacher Education Award
1993
Phi Delta Kappa

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