Delaney Attends Association of American Education Conference

Mary Kay Delaney, Professor in Education, attended the Association of American Education in April and presented a paper, served as a discussant, and facilitated a roundtable session. Delaney’s paper, “Critical Explorations in Teacher Education,” makes the case for constructivist pedagogies in teacher education. She was a discussant in a paper session called Critical Approaches to Preparing Social-Justice Oriented Teachers. She was the chair/ facilitator of a roundtable session called “Constructing Learning Opportunities through Teacher Research.” In this session, five teacher-researchers presented their classroom-based research. The presentations were followed by a group discussion of the projects including issues such as impact on practice, new perspectives on practice, student engagement, adjusting curriculum and teaching based on findings, and more.

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