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Biographical Sketches of Committee Members and Contributors
Pages 223-228

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From page 223...
... She now leads a history teachertraining course Pr or to becoming a university lecturer, AshLy taught history, politics and economics, and then worked as a history adviser with primary and secondary teachers. She has published numerous articles and book chapters, including many coauthored with Peter Lee regarding children's ideas about history.
From page 224...
... Jennifer L Cartier is an assistant professor in the Department of Instruction and Learning at the University of Pittsburgh. Her research interests include student learning in classrooms where modeling is a focus and teacher education particularly the ways in which hands-on curriculum materials can be implemented to engage elementary school students in realistic scientif~c practices.
From page 225...
... For the past 10 years, she has sought to improve mathematics learning and achievement for young children by developing and evaluating programs to "provide the central conceptual prerequisites for success in school madh to children at risk for school failure." Griffin is currendy participating in an advisory capacity on national projects, in Canada and the United States, to enhance The cognitive, mathematical, and language development of "highneed" preschool children, from birth to 5 years. Mindy Kalchman is an assistant professor in The School of Education at DePaul University.
From page 226...
... She collaborated widh An enlace Palincsar on a program of research that has sought to define and study the outcomes from an approach to inquiry-based science instruction known as Guided inquiry supporting Multiple Literacies (GlsML) Publications of Magnusson's work have appeared in The Journal of the Learning Sciences, Teaching and Teacher Education, the Journal of Science Education and Technology, and Learning Disabilities Quarterly, as well as a number of books such as Science Teacher Know/edge, Cognition and Instrucf ion: Twenty-five Years of Progress, and Translating ED ucational Theory into Peace ice.
From page 227...
... Her research also focuses on preservice and in-service teacher professional development. She teaches The science medhods courses for single and multiple subjects credential candidates, as well as graduate courses in science education Earlier in her career she worked as a high school science teacher in East Africa, Southern Califomia, and Wisconsin, Dents Shemilt has worked at The University of Leeds for more Than 25 years, where he has been evaluator of the Schools History Project 13-16, and codirector of the Camblidge History Project.
From page 228...
... Davison is a professor in the Department of Teacher Education and director of the Center for the Scholarship of Teaching at Michigan State University. She was a history and mathematics teacher for 6 years; directed the Teacher Assessment Project at Stanford University; taught third-grade social studies in a professional development school; and has directed several research projects exploring the relationship of teachers' practice to curnculum mandates.

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