Curriculum and Instruction

College of Education, Health and Human Services

  Congratulations to our friend, Rhonda Hylton, as she is now a doctoral candidate! Rhonda is pursuing a doctoral degree in the Curriculum and Instruction program, with a concentration in Literacy. She just passed her doctoral proposal defense and is now fully diving into a dissertation phase! Continue reading for Rhonda's insights for all doctoral students! What is your dissertation topic and what is it about? My dissertation topic is Black women faculty and how their teaching experiences and positionality influence their perceptions of their literacy pedagogy. How did you prepare ...

College of Education, Health and Human Services

Judy Benjamin, Curriculum and Instruction doctoral student specializing in math education, presented Children's Conveyed Multiplicative Meaning Across Models at the 46th Annual Conference of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning (RCML).  The conference took place in Charlotte, North Carolina,  February 28 - March 2, 2019. "Evidence suggests that visual models used to represent multiplication are not always interpreted multiplicatively. This study examined students’ strategies across different models. Findings suggest students will count by 1s when a model ill...

College of Education, Health and Human Services

Curriculum and Instruction doctoral students, Rhonda Hylton, Jennifer Lowers, Jessica Hrubik, Shabnam Moini Chaghervand, and Mohsine Bensaid, with Dr. William Bintz, professor in the School of Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum Studies, presented How Are Immigration, Emigration, and Migration Portrayed in Selected Picture Books: A Content Analysis at Ohio Council of Teachers of English Language Arts (OCTELA) conference. The conference took place on March 1-2, 2019 in Columbus, Ohio. "We presented findings from content analysis that investigated how im...