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Dr. Perry L. Glanzer, professor of social foundations, published The Outrageous Idea of Christian Teaching, 08/20/2019, with co-author(s) Dr. Nathan Alleman, associate professor, Baylor University.
Dr. Barbara Purdum-Cassidy, published "Teaching Literacy in Urban Elementary Schools: Lessons from the Field", with co-author(s) Dr. Lakia M. Scott, Baylor University.
Dr. Susan Kay Johnsen, professor, received Outstanding Leadership Award for collaboration across professional organizations and leadership on national standards committees from Council for Exceptional Children, April 11, 2014.
Dr. Trena Wilkerson; President-Elect; National Council of Teachers of Mathematics; 2019-2020.
Dr. Terrill F. Saxon, professor and chair, published "Traditional versus iPad-mediated Handwriting Instruction in Early Learners" in Journal of Occupational Therapy, Schools, & Early Intervention, Vol. 9, Issue 2, p. 185-198, June 1, 2016, with co-author(s) Dr. Tracey N. Sulak, clinical assistant professor, Kevin E. Wells, doctoral candidate, and Dr. Leanne L. Howell, clinical assistant professor.
Dr. Grant B. Morgan, associate professor, published "Survey Scales: A Guide to Development, Analysis, and Reporting", August 1, 2016, with co-author(s) Dr. Robert L. Johnson, University of South Carolina.
Jeffrey C. Petersen, professor of sport management, published Facility and Event Management: Applications in Sport, 2017, with co-author(s) Dr. Lawrence W Judge, Ball State University, and John J. Miller, University of Southern Mississippi.
Dr. Trena Wilkerson, published "PreService Teachers’ Critical Connections to Effective Teaching Practices: An Instructional Approach Using Vignettes" in Action in Teacher Education, Vol. 40, Issue 4, p. 358-373, with co-author(s) Dr. Keith Kerschen, Concordia University Nebraska, and Ryann Shelton, Baylor University; 2018.
Dr. Trena Wilkerson, presented "Teaching About Population and the Environment with Mathematical Models" at the Conference for the Advancement of Mathematics Teaching, in San Antonio, TX; July 2019.
Dr. Trena Wilkerson, received Outstanding Service Award for for significant contributions to the field of mathematics teacher education from Association of Mathematics Teacher Education-Texas; September 2018.
Brooke Blevins, associate professor, published Developing civic competence through action civics: A longitudinal look at the data in Journal of Social Studies Research, 2019, with co-author(s) Dr. Karon LeCompte, associate professor, and Tiffani Riggers-Piehl, University of Missouri Kansas City.
Dr. Grant B Morgan, associate professor; Program Chair & President Elect; Southwest Educational Research Association.
Dr. Brooke Blevins, associate professor, published Developing students’ understandings of citizenship and advocacy through action civics in Social Studies Research and Practice, Vol. 13, Issue 2, p. 185-198, 11/11/2018, with co-author(s) Dr. Karon LeCompte, associate professor, and Michelle Bauml, Texas Christian University.
Dr. Lakia M. Scott, presented Freedom through reading: Examining the impact of adolescent literacy development through the CDF Freedom school model at The 41st SERA Annual Meeting, held February 15, 2018, in New Orleans, LA.
Dr. Suzanne Nesmith, published Are graphic novels always cool? Student and parent perspectives on elementary mathematics and science graphic novels: The need for action research by school leaders in Planning and Changing, Vol. 47, Issue 3/4, p. 228-245, January 1, 1970, with co-author(s) Sandi Cooper, Gretchen Schwarz, and Amanda Walker.
Dr. Suzanne Nesmith, published Exploring educators’ environmental education attitudes and efficacy: Insights gleaned from a Texas wetland academy in International Journal of Science Education, Vol. 6, Issue 3, p. 303-324, January 1, 1970, with co-author(s) Christopher J. Wynveen, Erin M. Dixon, Bryan W. Brooks, Cole W. Matson, William C. Hockaday, Megan A. Schaum, and John E. DeFillipo.
Dr. Suzanne Nesmith, published “This is more about a book than about science!” Preservice teachers’ perceptions toward using literacy strategies in inquiry-based science lessons in Electronic Journal of Science Education, Vol. 21, Issue 5, January 1, 1970, with co-author(s) Evan Ditmore, Lakia Scott, and Toby Zhu.
Dr. Suzanne Nesmith, published Like it, love it, or leave it – Exploring elementary preservice teachers’ field-based perspectives toward the integration of literature in mathematics in Action in Teacher Education, Vol. 39, Issue 3, p. 321-339, January 1, 1970, with co-author(s) , Barbara Purdum-Cassidy, Sandi Cooper, and Rachelle D. Rogers.