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David Kellogg
David Kellogg

David Kellogg is working on translating the works of L.S. Vygotsky into Korean, a project that has already yielded six volumes (Seoul: Salimteo Publishers) and promises many more.

Speaking Engagements in 2015:

International Systemic Functional Linguistics Congress (ISFLA) in Aachen, Germany. Friday, 31 July, Talk 8, 10:00 am.

Australian Systemic Functional Linguistics Congress (ASFLA) in Brisbane, Australia, Plenary, 29 September-1 October, time to be determined.

 

Reviews of "The Great Globe and All Who It Inherit: Narrative and Dialogue in Story-telling with Halliday, Vygotsky and Shakespeare"

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0346251X15000652

http://teflgreece.blogspot.kr/2015/02/book-review-great-globe-and-all-who-it.html

 

 

 

 


miroslav pavle manovski
miroslav pavle manovski

miroslav pavle manovski, PhD is a baritone, independent scholar, and music educator.

miroslav holds a Bachelor of Music and Master of Music in Performance (Voice) from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and a Philosophy Doctorate in Music Education from Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan. He is also the recipient of the 2013 Outstanding Dissertation Award from the Arts-Based Educational Research [ABER] Special Interest Group of the American Educational Research Association [AERA].


Robert Helfenbein
Robert Helfenbein

Rob Helfenbein is Associate Dean of the School of Education at Loyola University Maryland and has published numerous pieces about contemporary education theory in journals such as Curriculum Inquiry, the Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, Educational Studies, The Urban Review, and co-edited the books Unsettling Beliefs: Teaching Theory to Teachers (2008) and Ethics and International Curriculum Work: The Challenges of Culture and Context (2012). He is currently serving as Editor of the Journal of Curriculum Theorizing and current research interests include curriculum theorizing in urban contexts, cultural studies of education, and the impact of globalization on the lived experience of schools.


Adrian D. Martin
Adrian D. Martin

Adrian D. Martin is an assistant professor in the department of elementary and secondary education at New Jersey City University.  Dr. Martin’s academic interests are informed by his earlier professional experiences as an urban elementary classroom teacher and educational leader.  His scholarship attends to promoting equity and social justice in education, teacher preparation and development for linguistically and culturally diverse students, teacher identity, discourse analysis, qualitative and post-qualitative inquiry, and the self-study of teacher education practices.  Recent peer-reviewed publications include “Toward a linguistically responsive teacher identity: An empirical review of teacher identity and English learners” in International Multilingual Research Journal (2016) and “Pursuing lines of flight: Equity-based preservice teacher learning in first-year teaching” (2016) in Policy Futures in Education.


Charles Quist-Adade
Charles Quist-Adade

Dr. Charles Quist-Adade is a faculty member and past immediate chair and former co-chair of the Sociology Department at Kwantlen Polytechnic University and He is the founder and convener of the Kwame Nkrumah International Conference series. His research and teaching interests are: Social justice, Globalization, Racialization and Anti-racism, Social Theory, Pan-Africanist and Global South issues

Prior to joining the Department of Sociology, Dr. Quist-Adade was Assistant Professor at Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work at Central Michigan University. In addition he taught at the University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada, Wayne State University, Madonna University, and Michigan State University, all in the USA.  He has also taught at Simon Fraser and the University of British Columbia in Canada.

He is the author and co-author of several books— In the Shadows of the Kremlin and the White House: Africa's Media, Social Justice in Local and Global Contexts, From Colonization to Globalization The Political and Intellectual(with Vincent Dodoo),An Introduction to Critical Sociology: From Modernity to Postmodernity (with Amir Mirfakhraie),Africa's Many Divides and Africa's Future,Re-engaging the African Diasporas  (with Wendy Royal) and From the Local to the Global: Theories and Key Issues in Global Justice —several chapters in books, and scores of scholarly and popular press articles and blog posts.

Dr. Quist-Adade has won several teaching awards and accolades, including being cited twice in the Academic Edition of Canada’s premier newsmagazine Maclean’s as the top three most popular and one of 10 best professor at the University of Windsor, Ontario. In 2013, he was Kwantlen Polytechnic University Faculty of Arts Dean’s Teaching Award Finalist and 2014.

He combines academic with community service. He is the president of the Ghanaian-Canadian Association of BC.  He was awarded the 2004 Black Community Leadership Award by the Windsor and District Black Coalition. In 1998, he was voted the Ghanaian Man of the Year in Windsor, Ontario. In 2015, was awarded a Ghanaian-Canadian Association Leadership Certificate.

Dr. Quist-Adade began his career in his native Ghana as a journalist before moving to Russia where he pursued graduate studies while he worked as a correspondent of the London (U. K.)-based Gemini News Service. While in Russia, he also stringed for BBC Africa Service, the London-based African magazines, New African, African Concord and West Africa.


Antonio L. Ellis
Antonio L. Ellis

"At its best, higher education is an indispensable space for spotlighting, challenging, and addressing injustice. This important volume offers us the conceptual, methodological, empirical, and pedagogical tools necessary for understanding the relationship between doctoral education and social justice work. Antonio Ellis has assembled an impressive array of scholars who help us understand the promise and possibility of Ed.D. programs."

- Marc Lamont Hill, Host for the Black Entertainment Network, Contributor for CNN, and Distinguished Professor of African American Studies at Morehouse College "


Jari Multisilta
Jari Multisilta

Jari Multisilta is the director of Cicero Learning Network in the University of Helsinki, Finland and the professor of multimedia in Tampere University of Technology, Information Technology at Pori, Finland. Multisilta got his M.Sc. from the University of Tampere in 1992 in Mathematics and his Dr.Tech. at Tampere University of Technology in 1996. He did his doctoral thesis on hypermedia based learning environments for mathematics. Prof. Multisilta has studied learning and modern communication and information technologies and has taken part in several research projects on this area. Currently, his research interests include networked and mobile learning, mobile social media, mobile video storytelling, educational games and mobile social video applications. Professor Multisilta has published over 100 international conference papers and journal articles on his research area. He was a Visiting Fellow at Nokia Research Center on 2008-2009 and Nokia Visiting Professor 2012. Multisilta has also been Visiting Scholar at Stanford University, H-STAR Institute on 2007-2014 (several periods from one month to six month).


Christopher Emdin
Christopher Emdin

Christopher Emdin, Ph.D is an Associate Professor of Science Education at Teachers College, Columbia University, where he also serves as Director of Science Education at the Center for Health Equity and Urban Science Education. He is also a fellow at the W.E.B. DuBois Research Institute at Harvard University. In these roles, he prepares teachers for STEM classrooms, conducts research in urban science education, and coordinates both the Science Genius B.A.T.T.L.E.S. and the #HipHopEd social media movement. The Science Genius B.A.T.T.L.E.S. are focused on bringing attention to transforming teaching, learning, and engagement in science by using hip-hop culture to create science competitions among youth in New York City Public schools. The #HipHopEd movement focuses on engaging the public in conversations about the intersections of hip-hop and education. Dr. Emdin writes the provocative “Emdin 5” series for the Huffington Post. He was honored by the White House in February 2014 as a "Champion of Change", recognizing his work in supporting and accelerating STEM opportunities for African-American students, schools and communities. 


Iveta Silova
Iveta Silova

Iveta Silova is Professor and Director of the Center for the Advanced Studies in Global Education at Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at ASU.  She holds a PhD in comparative education and political sociology from the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, Columbia University, USA. Her research focuses on the study of globalization, post-socialist transformations, and knowledge production and transfer in education. More recently, she has been exploring the intersections of postsocialist, postcolonial, and decolonial perspectives in envisioning education beyond Western modernity. She is a co-editor (with Noah W. Sobe) of "European Education: Issues and Studies" (a quarterly peer-reviewed journal published by Taylor & Francis).

 


Lojo Simon
Lojo Simon

Lojo Simon is a playwright, dramaturg and journalist. Her play, Adoration of Dora, about surrealist photographer Dora Maar, won the David Mark Cohen National Playwriting Award given by the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival and the Association for Theatre in Higher Education. She holds an MFA in Theatre from University of Idaho and a BA from Brandeis University.


Eve Spangler
Eve Spangler

Eve Spangler is a sociologist at Boston College. She has always positioned her work as public sociology, at the intersection of social justice and social science. For the past decade her work has focused on violations of human rights in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. She teaches a fall semester seminar on the subject, leads a winter-break trip of bearing witness for students, and has now made her analysis and experience available to readers in Understanding Israel/Palestine: Race, Nation, and Human Rights in the Conflict (Sense Publishers, 2015). Her work has been widely quoted and she can be heard on NPR, and blog radio. Earlier in her career she studied the fate of blue-collar college graduates, the experiences of women in law school, and the reorganization of professional work. She spent a decade focusing on worker health and safety, especially in the post-Soviet world of Eastern and Central Europe. Her hobbies include a long-standing interest in African fiction.


Pamela W. Hollander
Pamela W. Hollander

Pam Hollander, EdD, is an Assistant Professor of Education at Worcester State University.  Dr. Hollander has been teaching developmental and first-year college students for over twenty years.  She is the author of a number of refereed journal articles and book chapters, with most of her work focused on K-12 and college literacy education. Her article “Elevate My Mind: Women’s Identities in Hip Hop Love Songs” was anthologized in the Bedford/St. Martin first-year composition textbook Reading Popular Culture.  She received a doctorate from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, a Master’s in Education from Rutgers University, and a Bachelor’s in Literature and Rhetoric from Binghamton University.


Joseph L. Boselovic
Joseph L. Boselovic

Joseph L. Boselovic is the Associate Director of the Institute for Quality & Equity in Education (IQEE) at Loyola University New Orleans, USA. He received his MSEd in Education, Culture, and Society from the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education. Boselovic’s work is based around understanding the contexts of education and the relationship of education reform to social change, with a particular focus on New Orleans.


Peter Rule
Peter Rule

I am a Senior Lecturer in the Centre for Adult Education at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa. I have published in the areas of HIV and AIDS, adult literacy, disability, early childhood development and qualitative methodology, and have a particular interest in dialogue and learning. I work with civil society organisations engaged in adult education, early childhood development and language education.


Nicolina Montesano Montessori
Nicolina Montesano Montessori

Dr. Nicolina Montesano Montessori is associate professor. She specializes in critical discourse analysis, participatory action research, political discourse, social entrepreneurship and social movements. She has a particular focus on research to do with social transformation. See https://hu.academia.edu/NicolinaMontesanoMontessori for publications.


Barbara Regenspan
Barbara Regenspan

Barbara Regenspan’s academic passion is the power of interdisciplinary curriculum to promote a wide-awakeness that results in action towards more equitable distributions of wealth and power, and related, the abolition of war.  To that end she conceives of the work of all teaching as educating the autobiographies of our students towards awareness of the way capitalist market relations haunt our lives and prevent us from taking collective responsibility for all of us and our planet.  In her own work, which involves ghost-hunting, or what her colleague, Mark Stern, has named ‘hauntagogy’ she tries to model humor, compassion, and poetry, but sometimes falls short in at least one category.  In addition to supervising student teachers in revisioned social studies and English, she teaches philosophies and politics of education, curriculum theory, and other socially critical foundations of education courses, most recently including child and adolescent development.


Bharath Sriraman
Bharath Sriraman

Bharath Sriraman is an Indian-born academic editor, mathematician, and educator, best known for his contributions to theory development in mathematics and gifted education. He is a professor of mathematics at the University of Montana – Missoula with an adjunct appointment in the department of Central Asian Studies where he teaches courses in Indo-Iranian studies. In 2009, Northern Illinois University named him as one of 50 "Golden alumni" in the last 50 years for his significant contributions to research in mathematics education, gifted education and interdisciplinary research at the intersection of mathematics-science-arts.[13] He previously received the School Science and Mathematics Association Early Scholar Award in 2007.

 

from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bharath_Sriraman

 


Susan A. Kirch
Susan A. Kirch

Susan A. Kirch is an Associate Professor of Science and Childhood Education at New York University in the Department of Teaching and Learning. In 2012 Kirch was recognized by the Steinhardt School for a Teaching Excellence Award for her work preparing elementary science teachers for teaching science as well as doctoral candidates who are interested in science education systems more broadly. Prior to becoming a science teacher educator Kirch began her career at Mount Holyoke College, then Harvard and UCSF as a molecular biologist working with mentors and colleagues in evolutionary molecular biology, immunology, and developmental neuro-genetics to publish articles in Science, Development, and Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, among others.   After participating in a variety of initiatives designed to bring teachers, K-12 students, educational researchers, and scientists together to study access to science, Kirch was inspired to switch her research focus to science education.  Since then the partnership with Amoroso has become an unparalleled space for idea generation, critical science curriculum production, and collaborative exploration with children, which have fueled her interests in how learner-scientists contribute to scientific knowledge creation as well as understanding the reconstruction of process-tools such as evidence, causality and relevance in school classrooms.  Kirch is particularly curious about the nature of scientific inquiry that all students experience in and out of formal school contexts.  In 2008 (with A. Stetsenko and C. Milne), she received a National Science Foundation award to study how children experience the concept of evidence. She has published chapters and articles with colleagues in education on school funding, inclusion, feminist pedagogy, curriculum, evidence and knowledge production, and the production and resolution of uncertainty in science and science classrooms.  This book with Amoroso is her first.


Petra Ponte
Petra Ponte

Petra Ponte (1951) is an educationalist and expert in action research and other forms of practice based research who, since 1 February 2008, has been Professor in the Education Research Centre at Utrecht University of Applied Sciences and head of the professoriate Behaviour and Research in the Educational Praxis . She also worked as a researcher at Leiden University (ICLON). Earlier in her career she has worked as a teacher, project leader and researcher in various settings in the fields of Education for All, pupil guidance, action research and educational innovation. From 1 January 2003 to 1 January 2008 she was a Professor at Fontys OSO (a teacher education college for special educational needs). She is currently also Adjunct Professor at RIPPLE, Charles Sturt University and Honorary Professor at the Faculty of Education and Social Work, University of Sydney, both in Australia. She was until recently co-ordinating book editor of the international journal Educational Action Research and is still associate member of several international journals. Her recent publications have focused on connections between the continental European tradition of pedagogy/philosophy and the Anglo-American tradition in the fields of action research and practitioner research. She has a special focus on action research, moral dimensions of education and teacher professional development and was an active participant in international networks.

She is retired since July 2012 and continues some work on free-lance base.


Derek Jones
Derek Jones

Derek Jones is a Lecturer in Design with The Open University and module chair for U101: Design Thinking, the innovative and award winning Level 1 entry course for the university’s Design and Innovation degree.

His main research interests are: the pedagogy of design and creativity, Design Thinking and theory, and virtual design environments.

Derek is a qualified architect with 15 years of experience in the construction design and procurement industries, most recently as the BIM Manager for Keppie Design. In his spare time, Derek is an Associate Lecturer with the Open University (and this is probably his favourite job).


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