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Current Faculty Research|Department of Educational Studies

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Educational Studies
Dr. John Kambutu, Department Head/Associate Professor
Email: kambutu@uwyo.edu
Stephanie Ksionzyk
Office Associate, McWhinnie Hall, Room 213
Phone: 307-766-3130
Fax: 307-766-2018
Email: sksionzy@uwyo.edu

Take a Look at Our Current Faculty Research!

Recent Publications

  • Dooley, Jon, and Terry Burant. (in press, 2014). Under the Surface of Service-Learning In Teacher Education. Book Chapter in a Sourcebook on Service-Learning and Civic Engagement. SAGE.
  • Trent, A. & Cho, J. (in press, 2014). Interpretation Strategies for Qualitative Research. (Chapter in the Oxford Handbook of Qualitative Research Methods, P. Leavy, Ed.)
  • Chang, A. (2014). Pedagogical Riesgos (Risks): Carving a Mestiza Consciousness Space for a Chicana Feminist Educator and an Undocumented Chicana Student. In. S. Wong’s DREAM Act Activists and Teacher Allies: Are you Listening? [accepted, pending publisher’s revisions].
  • Chang, A. (2014). The Hidden Curriculum of Canícula: Portraits of Critical Educational Lessons in Becoming a Mujer. In G. Gutîerrez y Muhs’ Word Images: A Norma Elia Cantú Critical Reader. (pp. tbd). [accepted, pending publisher’s revisions].
  • Chang, A. (2014).  Capitalizing on Common Core Standards through Pedagogical Intervention: A Case Study of Flatlands Charter School.  In K. Sturges’ Reforming Schools in the Age of Neoliberalism (pp. tbd).  Boston, MA: Sense Publishers. [accepted, pending revisions].
  • Janak, E. (2014). “Adventitiously Blind, Advantageously Political: John Eldred Swearingen and Social Definitions of Disability in Progressive-Era South Carolina.”  In Morice, L.C. and Puchner, L. (editors). Life Stories: Exploring Issues in Educational History Through Biography.  New York:  Information Age Publishing. [Reprint:  Chapter previously published in Vitae Scholasticae, 27 (1), 5-25.]
  • Shim, J. M. (In Press). Teachers' viewpoints about Other's actions: Implications for multicultural education. Transnational Curriculum Inquiry.
  • Shim, J. M. (In Press). The story of anti-racist project as difficult knowledge: Misalignment between conscious intent and unconscious desire. Journal of American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies.

 

College of Education Research Symposium - March 7, 2014

Presentations:

Que luchen por su intereses (To fight for your interests): Using Photovoice to Engage and Empower Newcomer Immigrant Students and Parents

Presented by: Kevin Roxas, Kent Becker & Maria Gabriel

K.Roxas.Research.Symp

J.Kambutu.Research.Symp

Fed up with exclusive curricula: Students of color’s message to educators and administrators.

Presented by: John Kambutu

(from Casper, WY, using Blackboard Collaborate)

Just Fashion?: An Examination of Teacher Dress and Image

Presented by: Terry Burant

T.Burant.Research.Symp
L.Simpson.Research.Symp

Teaching Styles and Student Empowerment

Presented by: Liz SImpson

 

Poster Presentations

Understanding mythological harmony in children literature

By: Sanghan Kim

Practical self-care strategy of counselors: EASI writing

By: Kyoungho Lee

Posters.Research.Symp

 

Hope searching for HOPE over ‘Silent Killers’: A Duo-Ethnography

By: Wilson Rick Sellner, Jr. & Jeasik Cho

 

Visiting Scholars Presentations - February 26 & 28, 2014

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Since the fall of 2013, our visiting scholars from Korea, Dr. Lee and Dr. Kim, have been conducting post-doctoral work and research here at UWYO and have actively engaged with the faculty and students in the College of Education. They shared some of their research projects that they have conducted this past year with us:

Intervening In Youth Addiction to the Internet & Smartphones through Web-Blog Writing

(Dr. Kyoungho Lee)

The purpose of this study is to examine strategic uses of a web-blog writing method that explores a process on how youth can cut down on their excessive involvement with the internet and smartphones. Because youth addiction on the internet and smartphones is increasing, there is a need to develop strategies. By using web-blogs, this study suggests four strategies to address these popular problems. Web-blog writing is potentially effective because it allows youth to express themselves in the form on  on-line diaries, and posting of personal stories, opinions and photos. The opportunity to post social and cultural events gives additional valuable information

K.Lee.Presentation
S.Kim.Presentation

Creative Smartphone Uses for 21st Century Learners: Making Children's Literature Picture Books

(Dr. Sanghan Kim)

Learners in the 21st century live in an image-based, high-tech world. They frequently use  images to express their feelings and thoughts. Smartphones have several characteristics that children in 3rd through 6th grades could utilize to develop creative literatures on their own. This study examines the effectiveness of using smartphones as instructional tools for facilitating students’ writing of creative stories.

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