Behind the Beauty Accounts of Life in Kenya
Daraja Academy is a private school that provides free schooling to impoverished girls. The girls in Form Two were assigned to interview elders in their home communities for an oral history project. Dr. Lattimer collected their stories and compiled them in this book.
Internationalization of Teacher Education: Creating Globally Competent Teachers and Teacher Educators for the 21st Century
Originally published as a special edition of Teacher Education, this book is a collection of contributions from authors who have experience in international teacher education.
One of the articles in the book is co-authored by SOLES faculty members Drs. Buczynski, Lattimer, Inoue, and Alexandrowicz, and describes the process the education faculty underwent through to create an international experience requirement.
Educational Leadership: A Bridge to Improved Practice provides a comprehensive discussion of the field of educational administration. It gives context for educational leadership studies with common practices, discusses the role of the school leader and its critical relationship to the student and teacher, and highlights some of the school leader's major responsibilities including legal, financial and stewardship.
Expert inquiries by Drs. Robert Donmoyer, Ian Martin, and Frank Kemerer are included.
Published in the New Zealand journal Education Today, Drs. Lea Hubbard and Brian Annan's article examines educator's sentiments on National Standards as they attempt to respond to the Ministry of Education requirements for utilizing the Standards.
View from the Black of the mathematics Classroom
Published in the winter 2012 issue of Dissent Magazine, Dr. Joi Spencer addresses educational inequities related to mathematics instruction in her article "View From the Black of the Mathematics Classroom."