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Bradley University

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Natasha Chenowith

on 11 November 2016

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Transcript of Bradley University

Research
Lines of Inquiry
About me...
Teaching Philosophy
Dissertation
Publications
Journal of Technology and Teacher Education
Presentations
Service
Social constructivism
building on prior knowledge.
our interactions with teachers and other learners mediate our learning.

Culturally and linguistically responsive pedagogy (Ladson-Billings, Gay, Villegas & Lucas)
Second language teacher education
Literacy (writing ) instruction
Second language acquisition/learning
Scholarship
Research
Teaching
Service
Lines of inquiry
Publications & Presentations
Dissertation
JTATE
Experience
Pedagogy
Workshops
Reviews
Committees
Students
Interview with Bradley University
November 11, 2016
Natasha H. Chenowith
Advising, Supervision, and Administration at Kent State
Middle Childhood Language Arts PSTs


Reading Endorsement Candidates
Manuscript Reviewer

Proposal Reviewer
Academic Hearing Panel
Why Bradley?
University's Vision:
Bradley University will be an institution of national distinction known for outstanding programs and for the educational experience it provides
its students.

NCATE Accreditation
Department's Vision for Faculty:
Together, the faculty will become excellent teachers, principled professionals, empathetic and well prepared advisors, outstanding scholars, and actively engaged in professional service. In support of the mission, faculty responsibilities represent
appropriate balance of teaching, research and service
with time for innovation, collaboration, and reflection in a global community emphasizing diversity.

Teaching
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