The journal is published once a year. The journal is dedicated to promoting and disseminating academic work of scholars, practitioners and students. To that end, the journal intends to create a collaborative academic community which informs practice and engenders educational reform when appropriate.
Welcome to Our First Publication!
Welcome to the first edition of Educational Practice & Reform!
Vol 1, No 1 (2014): Educational Practice & Reform
Journal of the College of Education & Human Development
Table of Contents
EPR Editorial Board
Notes from the Editor
|Note from the Editor|
In Practice (Pedagogy)
|Making Thinking Visible: Three Essential Elements No Class Can Be Without!|
|Katrina Lynne Maynard, Sara E. Miller|
|How C.O.W. Can Change the World of Emergent Readers|
|Catherine E Collier, Beth P. Estill|
|The Professional Learning Motivation Profile (PLMP): A Tool for Assessing Instructional Motivation||Remote Remote PDF|
|Barbara A Marinak, Divonna Stebick, Mary L Paxton|
In Other Words (Essay/Commentary)
|Harnessing the Participatory Nature of Adolescents Today: New Literacies and Young Adult Literature||PDF PDF|
|Katie S. Dredger, Paige H. Horst, Jenny Martin, Michael S. Williams|
The Big Question
|Unnormalizing Education: How Teacher Education Programs Can Combat Homophobia in K-12 Schools|
|Joseph R. Jones|