Presentation

Character Formation for All: Baylor’s Journey to “Care for the Least of These”

Dr. Wesley Null, professor of curriculum and foundations of education, Dr. Sinda Vanderpool, associate vice provost for academic enrollment management, and Michelle Cohenour, director of student success initiatives, presented Character Formation for All: Baylor's Journey to "Care for the Least of These" at at the Lilly Fellows Program National Conference, held October 18, 2019, in Waco, Texas.

Presentation

Teacher Education in Texas After World War II: From “State Teachers College” to “State University” and the Consequences for the Teaching Profession

Dr. Wesley Null, professor of curriculum and foundations of education, presented Teacher Education in Texas After World War II: From "State Teachers College" to "State University" and the Consequences for the Teaching Profession at the Annual Meeting of the American Association for Teaching and Curriculum, held 10/04/2019, in Birmingham, AL.

Presentation

Curriculum Deliberation: What it is, Why it Matters, and How it Improves on Curriculum Development

Dr. Wesley Null, professor of curriculum and foundations of education, presented Curriculum Deliberation: What it is, Why it Matters, and How it Improves on Curriculum Development at the Annual Meeting of the American Association for Teaching and Curriculum, held 10/03/2019, in Birmingham, AL.

Publication

Book Chapter — “Isaac Leon Kandel”

Dr. Wesley Null, professor of curriculum and foundations of education, published "Isaac Leon Kandel," a book chapter, in North American Scholars of Comparative Education (Oxford: Oxford Studies in Comparative Education of Routledge Press, 2019), pp. 37-49, December 1, 2019.

Presentation

To Have What We Must: Teacher Education in Texas Following World War II

Dr. Wesley Null, professor of curriculum and foundations of education, presented To Have What We Must: Teacher Education in Texas Following World War II at the Annual Meeting of the Organization of Educational Historians, held October 5, 2019, in Kansas City, MO.

Publication

Teachers Belong at the Heart of School Reform: Best Education Policy in Texas History Came from Investing in Educators

Dr. Wesley Null, professor of curriculum and foundations of education, published Teachers Belong at the Heart of School Reform: Best Education Policy in Texas History Came from Investing in Educators in Dallas Morning News, p. 4P, 02/10/2019, with co-author(s) Dr. Diane Ravitch.

Presentation

A Humanities Foundation for Comparative Education: The Vision of Isaac Leon Kandel

Dr. Wesley Null, professor of curriculum and foundations of education, presented A Humanities Foundation for Comparative Education: The Vision of Isaac Leon Kandel at the Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, held April 16, 2019, in San Francisco, CA.

Award

Outstanding Service

Dr. Wesley Null, professor of curriculum and foundations of education, received Outstanding Service as Journal Editor Award from Organization of Educational Historians Executive Committee, 10/14/2012.