College of Education Research Showcase

eidson school of promise
Karla Eidson, Assistant Professor, Summer 2015
The Chiang Mai University (CMU) professional development series is a joint effort between the CMU Faculty of Education and the Office of Educational Quality Development. Since 2011, this partnership has been bringing in speakers from around the world to train on such topics as online instruction, creativity in the classroom and problem based learning.
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woodlands center
Dr. Benita R. Brooks and Dr. Nancy K. Votteler, Summer 2015
Dr. Benita R. Brooks and Dr. Nancy K. Votteler presented preliminary findings from their online study abroad exchange research project between teacher candidates in America and teacher candidates in South Africa. The online study abroad exchange took place using Skype and a closed Facebook page. This presentation focused on findings pertaining to the American teacher candidates.
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barcelona
Dr. Burcu Ates, Dr. Helen Berg and Dr. Diana Nabors, Spring 2016
In the spring of 2016, three Sam Houston State University College of Education professors, Dr. Burcu Ates, Dr. Helen Berg and Dr. Diana Nabors, traveled to Barcelona, Spain for two purposes. The first purpose was to attend and present at the World Federation of Associations of Teacher Education. (WFATE) The presentation entitled; Teaching Beyond Borders: International Service-Learning in Teacher Education, highlighted previously completed service learning work in Italy, Costa Rica, and Belize.
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ccpt
Dr.Debra Price, 2016
The purpose of this study was to examine the effectiveness of CCPT with children who were experiencing intrapersonal distress and struggles in interpersonal relationships through a single-case multiple baseline design. Due to the breadth of promising research findings with many presenting concerns, it seems like researching play therapy in way catered to more general presenting concerns would mirror the real-life experience of play therapists and clients while also contributing meaningfully to the literature in demonstrating how CCPT can help reduce a plethora of presenting concerns simultaneously.
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