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Trena L. Wilkerson, professor, published Founder’s Lecture: Current Research Trends in Mathematics Learning That Guide Us for the Future in Investigations in Mathematics Learning, Vol. 14, Issue 4, p. 251-264, 2022.
Dr. Tony L. Talbert, professor, qualitative research and social-cultural studies education, published Learning, course satisfaction, and community in the time of COVID-19: Student perceptions of the switch to emergency remote teaching in InSight: A Journal of Scholarly Teaching, Vol. 17, with co-author(s) Christina Iluzada, clinical assistant professor - information systems & business analytics.
Dr. Tony L. Talbert, professor, qualitative research and social-cultural studies education, published Ageism-Induced Anxiety of Job Seekers Aged 50–83: Preliminary Findings from A Phenomenological Case Study Problem of Practice Dissertation in Impacting Education: Journal on Transforming Professional Practice, Vol. 7, Issue 2, p. 11-18, 2022, with co-author(s) Dr. Nadine E. Franz, graduate writing coordinator in the research and writing development center, and Nicholas R. Werse, director of the ed.d. researching and writing development center.
Dr. Sandi Cooper, professor, received Centennial Professor for the centennial professor award, created by the baylor class of 1945, honors two tenured faculty members with a $5,000 centennial faculty development award for research projects, which facilitate their development and contribute to the academic life of the university. dr. cooper's work for this award was focused on, "closing the achievement gap in mathematics: elementary school experiences are essential." from Baylor University, 2016.
Dr. Sandi Cooper, professor, published Reframing the problem of practice: Transitions in Baylor University’s Ed.D. in learning and organizational change program in Impacting Education: Journal on Transforming Professional Practice, Vol. 7, Issue 1, p. 32-41, 2022, with co-author(s) Dr. Brooke Blevins, University of Idaho, Lacy Crocker-Papadakis, affiliate clinical faculty, assistant director edd-loc writing center, Julia Earl, lecturer, Leanne Howell, lecturer, Cece Lively, doctoral student, associate director edd-loc, Jessica Meehan, lecturer, Elizabeth Murray, affiliate clinical faculty, writing consultant edd-loc writing center, Sarah Pratt, lecturer, Laila Sanguras, lecturer, graduate program director edd-loc, Sandra Talbert, clinical associate professor, Tony Talbert, professor, and Nick Werse, affiliate clinical faculty, director edd-loc writing center.
Dr. Sandi Cooper, professor, published Building community in online professional practice doctoral programs in Impacting Education: Journal on Transforming Professional Practice, Vol. 6, Issue 3, p. 21-29, 2021, with co-author(s) Cece Lively, doctoral student, associate director of edd-loc, Brooke Blevins, Dean, University of Idaho, and Sandra Talbert, clinical associate professor.
Sandi Cooper, professor, published The impact of a summer intervention focused on foundational concepts of number sense for early learners in Investigations in Mathematics Learning, Vol. 14, Issue 3, p. 199-214, 2022, with co-author(s) Dr. Ryann Shelton, lecturer, Noah Padgett, Harvard University, Brandy Crowley, Emporia State University, Keith Kerschen, Concordia University, and Melissa Donham, doctoral candidate.
Dr. Sandi Cooper, professor, published Water, river, and community: Bridging community, environment, and outreach through a transdisciplinary course. Connected Science Learning in Connected Science Learning, Vol. 3, Issue 4, p. online, 2021, with co-author(s) Dr. Suzanne Nesmith, associate professor, Charlie Walter, director, mayborn museum, Cole Matson, associate professor, TIsha Emerson, professor, Melissa Mullins, environmental education & outreach coordinator, crasr, Julie Daniel, associate professor, and Paul Martens, associate professor.
Dr. Sandi Cooper, professor, received Baylor Fellow for the baylor fellows program recognizes professors across the disciplinary spectrum who exemplify excellence in teaching. baylor fellows are committed to pedagogical innovation, inspirational teaching, and the cultivation of these among baylor faculty. from Baylor Academy for Teaching and Learning, 2022.
Dr. Sandi Cooper, professor, published Teacher noticing for preservice teachers in an early childhood field experience in Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education in Texas, Vol. 12, Issue 1, p. 13-14, 2022, with co-author(s) Dr. Brandy Crowley, Emporia State University, Michael Warren, doctoral candidate, Melissa Donham, doctoral candidate, Kurt Salisbury, Amplify, Kenley Ritter, doctoral candidate, and Melissa Eubank, doctoral student.
Dr. Sandi Cooper, professor, received E. Glenadine Gibb Achievement Award for elizabeth glenadine gibb was a professor and mathematics teacher educator at the university of texas at austin. among her years of service to mathematics education, dr. gibb was a past president of the national council of teachers of mathematics (nctm) and the first editor of nctm's professional journal, arithmetic teacher. each year, the tctm board of directors honors dr. gibb's service by recognizing a texas mathematics educator who has made contributions to the field at the state and/or national level. from Texas Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 2022.
Dr. Nicholas Frank Benson, associate professor, received the Award for Excellence in Research for demonstrating excellence in research on human intelligence from the Mensa Foundation, May 12, 2017.