Dr. Jennifer L. Snow earned her Ph.D. from Pennsylvania State University and joined the faculty of the Department of Curriculum, Instruction & Foundational Studies at Boise State University in 2003. In addition to teaching, she supervises elementary school teacher interns and serves as the university liaison with local partnership schools. Dr. Snow's scholarly work emphasizes teacher education, professional development, school-university partnerships, and teacher inquiry. She has published in the Journal of Teacher Education, Action in Teacher Education, Teaching and Teacher Education, Interchange, and Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, among other scholarly journals, and also makes annual professional presentations.
Perspektiven der Praxisforschung: Partnerschaften beim Wissensaufbau und lebenslange berufliche Entwicklung von Lehrpersonen (with Alan John Zenkert), Beitrage zur lehrerbildung (2012)
Um eine forschende Einstellung zum Lehrberuf aufzubauen, unterstützen wir angehende Lehrpersonen in ihren Praxisforschungsprojekten in...
Navigating the Terrain of Third Space: Tensions with/in Relationships in School-University Partnerships (with Susan D. Martin and Cheryl A. Franklin Torrez), Journal of Teacher Education (2011)
Using theoretical conceptions of third space and hybrid teacher education, we engaged in a collaborative...
Living an Inquiry Stance Toward Teaching in School-University Partnerships, Teacher Education and Practice (2010)
Voices Less Silenced: What do Veteran Teachers Value in School–University Partnerships and Initial Teacher Preparation?, The Teacher Educator (2009)
The purpose of this article is to describe how veteran teachers understand and experience the...
Which Path to Educational Equity? How External Policy Influences Internal School Goals (with Anne Gregory), Interchange (2009)
Contributions to Books
Negotiating Complex Relationships in School-University Partnerships: Befuddled, Bewildered, and Even Bemused (with Cheryl A. Franklin Torrez and Susan Martin), Investigating University-School Partnerships: A Volume in Professional Development School Research (2011)
In this chapter, findings from a collaborative self-study of teacher educators working within professional development...
Decorating for NCATE (with Richard Osguthorpe), Tensions in Teacher Preparation: Accountability, Assessment, and Accreditation (2010)
The report form our recent accreditation visit indicated that the unit has an emerging framework...
Portraits of an Inquiry Stance Toward Teaching: Exploring Explicit Relationships Between Inquiry and PDS, University and School Connections (2008)
Understanding Early Literacy Learning in the Inclusive Classroom (with Anne Gregory), Blended Curriculum in the Inclusive K-3 Classroom: Teaching ALL Young Children (2008)
After you have read this chapter, you should be able to
- Identify the dimensions...
Accountability Systems' Narrowing Effect on Curriculum in the United States: A Report Within an Elementary Education Teacher Certification Program (with Cheryl A. Franklin), International Research on the Impact of Accountability Systems: Teacher Education Yearbook XV (2007)
Shared Supervision Structures for Enhanced Partnerships and Meaningful Clinical Experience (with A. J. Zenkert), Annual Meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators (2012)
This presentation shares the collaborative experience of university faculty liaisons to partner schools and their...
Navigating the Terrain of Third Space: Tensions With/In Relationships in School-University Partnership (with S. M. Martin and C. A. Torrez), Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association (2011)
Telling the Story of Teacher Education Team (TET): Insights, Challenges and Connections to Outcomes (with K. Coll, S. M. Martin, R. D. Osguthorpe, and D. Boothe), Interactive Dialogue at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education (2011)
Telling the Story of a Teacher Education Shared Leadership Team: Insights, Challenges and Connections to Outcomes (Interactive Session) (with Susan Martin, Richard Osguthorpe, Kenneth Coll, and Diane Boothe), Annual Meeting of the American Association for Colleges of Teacher Education (2011)
Cultivating an Inquiry Stance Toward Teaching through Modeling: The Lens of Curriculum Wisdom (with A. J. Zenkert), 11th Annual Meeting of the Curriculum & Pedagogy Conference (2010)
This presentation inquires into two teacher educators’ experiences modeling an “inquiry stance toward teaching” through...