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We Are Pleased to Announce These 2022 Society of Professors of Education Outstanding Book Award Winners
The Society of Professors of Education is an organization which since 1902 has provided a forum for addressing the issues facing the discipline and vocation of education.
• Blakely, E. and Hemphill, D. (2021). Opening Third Spaces for Research in Education: Challenging the Limits of Technocratic Methods.
• Boutte, G. S., King, J. E., Johnson, Jr., G. L., and King, L. J. (2021). We Be Lovin’ Black Children: Learning to Be Literate About the African Diaspora.
• Britzman, D. P. (2021). Anticipating Education: Concepts for Imagining Pedagogy with Psychoanalysis.
• Burke, K. J. and Greteman, A. J. (2021). On Liking the Other: Queer Subjects & Religious Discourses.
• Paraskeva, J. M. (Ed.) (2021). Critical Transformative Educational Leadership & Policy Studies--A Reader: Discussions & Solutions from the Leading Voices in Education.
• Roulston, K. and DeMarrais, K. (2021). Exploring the Archives: A Beginner’s Guide for Qualitative Researchers.
• Sumara, D. and Alvermann, D. E. (Eds). (2022). Ideas that Changed Literacy Practices: First-Person Accounts from Leading Voices.
• Brewer, T. J., Harman, W. G. (Eds.). (2021). The Commodification of American Education: Persistent Threats and Paths Forward.
• Gasman, M. (2021). Candid Advice for New Faculty Members: A Guide to Getting Tenure and Advancing Your Academic Career.
• Peterson, D. S. and Carlile, S. P. (Eds.) (2021). Improvement Science: Promoting Equity in Schools.
• Powell, R. and Cantrell, S. C. (Eds.). (2021). A Framework for Culturally Responsive Practices: Implementing the Culturally Responsive Instruction Protocol (CRIOP) in K-8 Classrooms.
• Spaulding, D. T., Crow, R., and Hinnant-Crawford, B. N. (2021). Teaching Improvement Science in Educational Leadership: A Pedagogical Guide.
• Zehnder, C., Metzker, J., Kleine, K., and Alby, C. (2021). Learning that Matters: A Field Guide to Course Design for Transformative Education.
Across the globe, students are speaking up, walking out, and marching for social and ecological justice. Despite deficit discourses about students, youth are using their voice and agency to call forth a better world. Will educators respond to this call to stand with students in relational solidarity as co-constructors of a new tomorrow? What is possible when teachers and students engage together in new ways?
Qualitative research has the power to positively impact people’s lives. Join Dr. Stacy Penna, NVivo Community Director, as she talks to qualitative researchers, such as Jori Hall, MEP author of Focus Groups: Culturally Responsive Approaches for Qualitative Inquiry and Program Evaluation, to discover their innovative research methods, applied practices and passionate insights. Listen to Jori's interview in Episode Two: Empowerment Through Culturally Responsive Focus Groups.
"This is a book you will want to read if you are a parent, a teacher, a teacher educator. Opting Out: The Story of the Parents’ Grassroots Movement to Achieve Whole-Child Schools is an essential addition to your bookshelf." -- Diane Ravitch
Please join us at 7:00PM on Monday, October 28th at the Boswell Book Company, 2559 N Downer Ave., Milwaukee WI 53211 for a talk, Q&A, and book signing with the author. The book will be on sale at the event and will be available for purchase at Boswell beginning Monday, September 23. No RSVP is needed for this event, which is open to the public.
Well, two awards and two honorable mentions. The following have been recognized in 2019 for their excellence by The Society of Professors of Education (an organization which has provided a forum for addressing the issues facing the discipline and vocation of education since 1902).