Judith Neufeld

Judith Neufeld

  • Dean, College of Education
  • Professor of Education, Department of Teacher Education
LC 221 Carnell Learning Center
Education

Ph.D., Arizona State University (1999) 
M.Ed., Texas Christian University (1988) 
B.A., Tabor College (1983) 

Classes Taught
Publications

CHAPTERS, CASES, READINGS, SUPPLEMENTS

  • Living with Accreditation: Realizations and Frustrations of One Small Univeristy. Advances in Research on Teaching--Tensions in Teacher Preparatino: Accountability, Assessment, and Accreditation. United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

ARTICLES - REFEREED

  • A pilot study: Capturing online dispositions and summative evaluation of educational field experiences in Teacher Education Journal of South Carolina. (2010)
Presentations

PRESENTATIONS

  • Social Studies as Content for Meeting the ELA Common Core. National Council for the Social Studies. Seattle, Washington. (2012)
  • Draw! Dance! Sing! Say! Let Students Show What They Know. National Council for the Social Studies. Washington, DC, District of Columbia. (2011)
  • Building Brighter Futures for Children Through Positive Parent Interactions. Association of Childhood Education International. Phoenix, Arizona. (2010)
  • Avoiding the Sandbars: A Roundtable Dialogue Regarding the Extraction, Storing, and Dissemination of Teacher Candidate Dispositions in an Online Format.. Southeastern Regional Association of Teacher Educators. Louisville, Kentucky. (2009)
  • A Pilot Study: Capturing Online Dispositions and Summative Evaluation of Educational Field Experiences.. South Carolina Association of Teacher Education. Newberry, South Carolina.(2009)
  • Enticing All Students to Reach Their Potential by Integrating the Fine and Performing Arts in the Regular Classroom Instruction.. Association of Childhood Education International. Chicago,Illinois. (2009)
  • Finding Our Commonalities, Valuing Our Differences: Integrated Arts Preparation for Intermediate/Middle Childhood Teachers. Association of Childhood Education International.Atlanta, Georgia. (March, 2008)
  • Using the 'New' Language Arts to Help Children Embrace Culture.. National Council for the Social Studies. Houston, Texas. (2008)
  • No Child Left Behind and Meeting AYP in Literacy and Mathematics: What Cost to Citizenship Education for Elementary Grade Students?.. College and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA).Houston, Texas. (2008)
  • No Child Left Behind and Meeting AYP in Literacy and Mathematics: What Cost to Citizenship Education?. Association of Teacher Educators Annual Meeting. San Diego, California. (February, 2007)
  • The Effects of an Immersion Model of Student Teaching.. Association of Teacher Educators Annual Meeting. Atlanta, Georgia. (February, 2006)
  • Using Writing to Strengthen Hearts and Understanding in Young Children.. National Council for the Social Studies. Kansas City, Missouri. (December, 2005)
  • Developing Competent Teachers: New Ways of Educating Secondary Preservice Teachers. South Carolina Association of Teacher Education. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. (October, 2005)
  • Expanding Horizons: New Ways of Educating Teachers in a Secondary PDS.. Professional Development Schools National Conference. Orlando, Florida. (March, 2005)
  • Renewing Practices: University & Secondary School Faculty Members Collaborate for Mutual Reward. Professional Development Schools National Conference. Orlando, Florida. (March, 2004)
  • Multiplying the Power of One: Young Citizens Making a Difference.. National Council for the Social Studies. Chicago, Illinois. (November, 2003)
  • Redesigning Teacher Preparation for Today's Inclusive Classrooms. American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. New Orleans, Louisiana. (January, 2003)
  • Rights and Responsibilities: Developing Children's Citizenship for a Changing World.. National Council for the Social Studies. Phoenix, Arizona. (November, 2002)