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BPC Education faculty to present scholarly papers at GERA

Dr. David W. Moffett
Dr. David W. Moffett
Barbara Reid
Prof. Barbara Reid

Six Brewton-Parker Education Division faculty members have had their scholarly papers accepted for presentation at the 35th Annual Meeting of the Georgia Educational Research Association (GERA) at the Georgia Coastal Conference Center, Savannah, on October 22 and 23, 2010.  Papers submitted to GERA are rigorously reviewed and evaluated for scholarly quality by readers who are blind to the authors’ names and locations.

Dr. David W. Moffett and Professor Barbara Reid shall present their paper entitled, “The Elusive Nature of Reliability: Problems and Pitfalls in Scoring Clinical Practice Action Research Projects.” The paper is the result of the Division’s work the past three years of measuring education candidates’ effect on student learning.

Susan White
Dr. Susan White
Skye Jordan
Prof. Skye Jordan

Dr. Susan White, Professor Skye Jordan, and Professor Reid will present their paper on, “Assessment of Teacher Candidates’ Knowledge, Skills, and Dispositions: A Continuous Improvement Model.” The paper is the result of the Unit’s work in measuring candidates’ planning and performance in field and clinical experience teaching episodes.

Dr. Molly Zhou will present her paper on, “Teacher Preparation Evaluation: Preservice Teacher Perspectives.” The paper analyzes and reports on a recent survey completed by Education students who recently graduated.

Dr. Brandi DeLoach is presenting a paper entitled, “Ties That Bind: Revisiting the Relevance of Place.” The paper is a continuation of an ethnographic study Dr. DeLoach conducted during her doctoral experience.

Education Division Chair Dr. David W. Moffett commended the Education faculty for having the scholarly papers accepted.

Brandi DeLoach
Dr. Brandi DeLoach
Molly Zhou
Dr. Molly Zhou

“For a teacher education Unit this size, it is remarkable that so many of the scholarly papers withstood the scrutiny of the scholarly review process,” said Dr. Moffett. “Each member of the faculty in the nationally accredited division must produce acceptable, annual scholarly research and these papers reflect those requirements.

Brewton-Parker College is the only accredited, four-year Christian college in South Georgia.

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Updated on: October 19, 2010 4:19 PM