CEAP colleagues Heidi B. Von Dohlen, Holly H. Pinter, Kim K. Winter, Sandy Ward, and Chip Cody published the article, “Trauma-informed Practices in a Laboratory Middle School” in the Middle School Journal. Find the article here: https://doi.org/10.1080/00940771.2019.1650549
Dr. Andrew Bobilya, Professor of Parks and Recreation Management, recently co-authored an article titled “Benefits of summer camp: What do parents value?” in the Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education and Leadership with scholars from Michigan State University, Utah Valley University and Southeast Missouri State University. Read the whole article here: https://doi.org/10.18666/JOREL-2019-V11-I3-9672
Dr. Kelly R. Kelley and Dr. David L. Westling, co-founders of the UP Program, are drawing on their extensive experience with inclusive college programs to outline lessons learned and offer helpful advice for developing, organizing, and implementing such programs in their new book, “Teaching, Including, and Supporting College Students with Intellectual Disabilities.”
Award-winning book, “By the Light of the Silvery Moon: Teacher Moonlighting and the Dark Side of Teachers’ Work” (2018) edited by Eleanor Blair has recently published reviews in Teachers College Record and Education Review.
Dr. Dan Grube, Director of the School of Teaching and Learning, and Health and Physical Education faculty member has been selected as the 2019 College/University Teacher of the Year by the North Carolina Physical Education Association (NCPEA). This award reflects his outstanding qualities and contributions as a College/University Educator. He will be honored at the NCAAHPERD-SM Convention in Winston-Salem on Thursday, October 24, 2019.
Work with independent students or youth who are graduating? And/or just want to learn how to further support graduating students? Check out this article written by HESA students and faculty – Carrie Hachadurian, Dr. April Perry, and Sophia Calhoun.