|2015 - Present||Assistant Professor, Boise State University ‐ Department of Curriculum, Instruction and Foundational Studies|
|2018 - 2020||Continued Development of Graduate Identity Formation Through Teaching (GIFT) Education Model|
|National Science Foundation|
|Innovations in Graduate Education Award|
|Colleague(s): Megan Frary, Donna Llewellyn and Paul Simmonds|
An Exploration of Supports for Increasing Classroom Physical Activity within ...
International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education (2019)
Classroom-based physical activity (CBPA) can significantly benefit students’ health and educational outcomes, but many teachers do not utilize CBPA. This ...
The Effects of Completing PREP Academy: A University-Based Transition Project ...
Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability (2019)
This practice brief provides an overview of a project designed to support students with disabilities considering postsecondary education. Postsecondary Rewarding ...
Focused Video Reflections in Concert with Practice-Based Structures to Support ...
Journal of Science Teacher Education (2018)
Recommendations for science education, including elementary education, highlight instructional practices such as using discussion to promote deep understandings of science. ...
Contributions to Books (2)
Contribution to Book
It’s a Balancing Act: A Self-Study of Teacher Educators ...
Pushing Boundaries and Crossing Borders: Self-Study as a Means for Researching Pedagogy (2018)
While there are documented benefits of full-time faculty participating in clinical supervision, challenges, such as conflicting time demands, personal bias, ...
Social Network Typologies: Insights From STEM-Themed Urban Schools
American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting 2015 (2015)
Social network analysis was applied to investigate K-8 STEM themed schools. Using responses to advice seeking questionnaires, teacher networks were ...