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Previous Volumes of Professing Education 

Professing Education 2020 v19 no. 1

Professing Education 2020 v18 no. 1 & 2

Professing Education 2019 v17 no. 1 & 2

Professing Education 2017 v16 no. 1

Professing Education 2017 v16 no. 2

Professing Education 2015 v10 no. 1

Professing Education 2014 v9 no. 2

Professing Education 2013 v9 no. 1

Professing Education 2011 v8 no. 1

Professing Education 2008 v6 no. 1 

Professing Education 2006 v5 no. 2

Professing Education 2006 v5 no. 1

Professing Education 2005 v4 no. 2

Professing Education 2005 v4 no. 1

Professing Education 2004 v3 no. 2

Professing Education 2004 v3 no. 1

Professing Education 2003 v2 no. 2

Professing Education 2003 v2 no. 1

Professing Education 2002 v1 no. 1

SPE 2015 Annual Meeting Program

 Society of Professors of Education 2015 Annual Meeting at AERA

Chicago, Illinois

Saturday April 18th   8:00-5:00

Fairmont Hotel

Gold Room, Second Level

7:50-8:05

Welcome and Opening Remarks, Bernardo Gallegos, Program Chair, and President, Society of Professors of Education.

8:05-9:25

Paper Session One,

Chair: Bernardo Gallegos, National University

21st Century Educational Experiences: Communicating Democracy and Education as Democratic Activism

Gregg Jorgensen, Western Illinois University

Reasserting what is educational in education: Hope, optimism, and neoliberal structures of feeling in education under late capitalism

Lisa Taylor, Bishop’s University

Dismantling the School-to-Prison Pipeline or Increasing Student Engagement and Achievement: A Literature Review Regarding A Holistic Approach for Educator Practice and Research

Kendra Lowery, University of Arkansas at Little Rock

Corporate Network Proliferation in the Public School Sector and Rapid Erosion of Capital

Carol A. Mullen, Virginia Tech

9:30-10:50

Paper Session Two

Chair: Cliff Tyler, National University

Considering the tasks, issues, successes and challenges for the education professoriate in the 21st Century when collaborating in university/school partnerships

Dr. Barbara Cozza, St. Johns University

Middle Level Teacher Candidates’ Perceptions of Social Injustices: A Photo and Content Analysis

Nicole Thompson, University of Memphis

Casey Gilewski, University of Memphis

Faculty Perceptions of Teaching and Advising as it Relates to University Expectations

Patricia Dickenson, National University

Penelope Keough, National University

Wayne Padover, National University

 A Modest Proposal Re-imagined: Disrupting and Rethinking Educational Decision-Making

Clifton S. Tanabe, University of Hawaiʻi – Mānoa

Jeanne Marie Iorio, Victoria University, Australia

11:00-12:00

Charles DeGarmo Lecture

Introduction: William H. Schubert, Awards Committee Chair

Speaker: Kevin Kumashiro, Dean, College of Education, University of San Francisco

12:05-1:20

Mary Anne Raywid Award:

Introduction: William H. Schubert, Awards Committee Chair, Professor Emeritus, University of Illinois at Chicago

Recipient: Janet L. Miller, Professor and Program Coordinator of English Education, Teachers College, Columbia University 

SPE Outstanding Book Awards:

Presented by Pam Konkol, Chair of the Book Awards Committee, Concordia University Chicago 

Richard Wisniewski Award:

Presentation: Mina Kim, San Francisco State University and Donna Adair Breault, Missouri State University, Co-Chairs of the Awards Committee

Recipient: The Elementary Certification Master’s Program, Indiana University

William H. Watkins Inaugural Award Ceremony

Host, William H. Schubert, Awards Committee Chair

William H. Watkins Interview Presented by M. Fran Huckaby, Texas Christian University

Presentation of Inaugural William H. Watkins Award by William H. Schubert

Recipient: Carol D. Lee, Edwina S. Tarry Professor in the School of Education and Social Policy, Northwestern University

Panel Discussion on the Contributions of William H. Watkins, University of Illinois at Chicago:

Bill Schubert, Professor Emeritus, University of Illinois at Chicago, Carol Lee, Northwestern University,

and Fran Huckaby, Texas Christian University

1:25-2:45

Paper Session Three

Chair: Deron Boyles, Georgia State University

Teacher Education and Social Justice: Breaking down Barriers

Tonya Callaghan, University of Calgary

Laurie Hill, University of Calgary

Principal Preparation: Compliance Monitors or Leaders?

A Critique of New York’s School Building Leader Assessment

Katie Zahedi, State University of New York at New Paltz

Arnold Dodge, Long Island University

Ruth Powers Silverberg, College of Staten Island, City University of New York

Preparing literacy specialists for culturally diverse settings: How does teaching in a high-needs district alter teachers’ perceptions, self-efficacy, and knowledge?

Kathleen M. Lord, State University of New York at New Paltz

Who Owns the Colleges of Education?

Nicholas J. Eastman, Georgia State University

2:50-4:10

Paper Session Four

Chair: Pamela Konkol, Concordia University at Chicago

Finding the balance in teacher preparation: relevancy and edTPA

Monica Noraian, Illinois State University

Working with(in) Common Core Logic in Higher Education:

Student Emails/Letters Confirm Relevance.

Adam Attwood, Washington State University

A.G. Rud, Washington State University

Relevancy in the Age of edtpa?: Commercialism, Accountability, and the Continuing Assault on Public Education

Deron Boyles, Georgia State University

Dennis Attick, Clayton State University

The Death of Critical Thinking: Education Under the Common Core Standards

Morgan Anderson, Georgia State University

4:15 – 5:00: Business Meeting

Call for Proposals for 2015 Meeting at AERA in Chicago

SPE Call for Proposals for 2015 Meeting at AERA in Chicago 

Dear Members and Friends of the Society of Professors of Education,

The Society of Professors of Education invites proposals for Paper Presentations at the SPE meeting held during the 2015 AERA Annual Conference in Chicago, April 16th to 20th.

We are especially interested in papers that are focused on theme of “Relevancy of the Education Professoriate in the 21st Century.” Proposals not related to the theme but focused on the goals of the Society are also welcome. The Society’s primary goal is to provide a forum for consideration of major issues, tasks, problems, and challenges confronting professional educators.

Presenters must be members of the SPE by the time of the conference, although we encourage you to join the Society at your earliest convenience. You will find a membership form on the Society of Professors of Education Facebook Group page (please join us) at the following URL address:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/Society.of.Professors.of.Education/

or at the Society webpage at:

http://societyofprofessorsofeducation.com

Proposals must be submitted electronically to the Program Coordinator Bernardo Gallegos, no later than Friday, December 12, 2014. The proposal must be sent as a Word document attachment in an e-mail addressed to bernardo1@earthlink.net The subject line of the e-mail message should read: “SPE 2015 Proposal.”

Length: Proposals should be between 350-500 words. A proposal should restate the title of the paper, describe its contents, and discuss its significance. The proposal should NOT identify the presenters.

Cover Sheet: Each proposal should have a separate cover sheet that lists: 1) title or topic of the paper; 2) names, affiliations and relevant backgrounds of all participants; 3) address, telephone number, and e-mail address of the person submitting the proposal and addresses, telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses of all participants.   The cover sheet will not be sent to proposal reviewers. After the cover sheet, the proposal must not contain any information that identifies participant(s).

The deadline for proposals is December 12, 2014. Proposals should be sent via email to: Bernardo Gallegos at bernardo1@earthlink.net

The Society of Professors of Education:

Founded in 1902, the Society of Professors of Education (SPE) is a professional and academic association open to all persons engaged in teacher preparation, curriculum studies, educational foundations, and related activities. The Society’s primary goal is to provide a forum for consideration of major issues, tasks, problems, and challenges confronting professional educators. SPE is an interdisciplinary organization. Its members include both scholars and practitioners in education.

Call for Reviewers:

In addition to submitting your work, another way that you can participate in the Society is to volunteer as a proposal reviewer. The review process will take place soon after the deadline.

Spread the Word – Please send this email to your colleagues and students.

Please join our Facebook page at

https://www.facebook.com/groups/Society.of.Professors.of.Education/

…and visit our website at:

http://societyofprofessorsofeducation.com

 

Looking forward to seeing you in Chicago,

Bernardo Gallegos, Coordinator

2015 SPE Program

 

 

 

Membership Form

Dear Friends:

I hope this note finds you well, and having a good Fall Semester.  This is a dues notice for this next year (2022-2023).  Since we No LONGER collect dues through AERA as a SIG you will need to submit dues directly to me. I am sending this notice to those who have not paid their dues since the date recorded below.

Please consider paying for this year and next (2 year payment) when submitting payments.  It will save you a few dollars and help bring SPE back financially. It is important that our financial base once again be stable.

Complete and return (especially e-mail updates) and I look forward to hearing from you. 

My best to you,

Bob Morris

Call for Papers – 2013/2014

**With the upcoming Thanksgiving Holiday the deadline for submissions has been extended to December 7, 2013**

Dear Members and Friends of the Society of Professors of Education,

The Society of Professors of Education scholarly papers to be presented at the SPE meeting during the AERA Annual Conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Thursday, April 3 – Monday, April 7, 2014.

Founded in 1902, the Society of Professors of Education (SPE) is a professional and academic association open to all persons engaged in teacher preparation, curriculum studies, educational foundations, and related activities. The Society’s primary goal is to provide a forum for consideration of major issues, tasks, problems, and challenges confronting professional educators. SPE is an interdisciplinary organization. Its members include both scholars and practitioners in education.

We welcome paper proposals related to the education of children, teachers, administrators, professors, adults, policy makers, and the public at large.

Proposals should identify the rationale and summarize the substance of the paper being offered for review. Proposals should not exceed 1500 words.

You do not need to be a member of the Society of Professors of Education to submit a proposal (although you will be required to join should your paper be accepted).

The deadline for proposals is: 7 December 2013. Proposals should be sent via email to: Jim Garrison at wesley@vt.edu.

Submitters will be notified whether or not their paper was selected no later than 21 January 2014.

**With the upcoming Thanksgiving Holiday the deadline for submissions has been extended to December 7, 2013**

 

Reviewers

In addition to submitting your work, another way that you can help the Society is to volunteer as a proposal reviewer. The review process will take place soon after the deadline.

Spread the Word – Please send this email to your colleagues and students.

Please visit our website at: https://societyofprofessorsofeducation.wordpress.com/

Sincerely yours,

Jim Garrison, Coordinator
2013 Program Meeting

NSCTE Presidents

Charles DeGarmo, Cornell University, 1902
John Dewey, University of Chicago, 1903-1904
James E. Russell, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1905-1907
Charles DeGarmo, Cornell University, 1908
W.S. Sutton, Teachers University of Texas, 1909
Paul H. Hanus, Harvard University, 1910
Charles H. Judd, University of Chicago, 1911
M. Vincent O’Shea, University of Wisconsin, 1912
George James, University of Minnesota, 1913
George M. Forbes, Rochester University, 1914
Wallace W. Charters, University of Missouri, 1915
Charles H. Judd, University of Chicago, 1916
William Grant Chambers, University of Pittsburgh, 1917
Lotus D. Coffman, University of Minnesota, 1918
William C. Bagley, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1919
Frank P. Graves, University of Pennsylvania, 1920
Frederick J. Kelly, University of Kansas, 1921
Alexander Inglis, University of Kansas, 1922
John H. Withers, New York University, 1923
A.S. Whitney, University of Michigan, 1924
Edward F Buchner, Johns Hopkins University, 1925
V.A.C. Henmon, University of Wisconsin, 1926
Walter S. Monroe, University of Illinois, 1927
W.W. Kemp, University of California, 1928
F. C. Ensign, State University of Iowa, 1929
Edward H. Reisner, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1930
Henry W. Holmes, Harvard University, 1931
Lester R. Rogers, University of Southern California, 1932
Paul C. Packer, State University of Iowa, 1933
Stuart G. Noble, Tulane University, 1934
E.S. Evenden, Teachers College, Columbia, 1935
Edgar W. Knight, University of North Carolina, 1936
William S. Gray, University of Chicago, 1937
Harl R. Douglass, University of Minnesota, 1938
Marion. R. Trabue, Pennsylvania State College
Frank N. Freeman, University of California, 1940
A. R. Mead, University of Florida, 1941
Grayson N. Kefauver, Stanford University, 1942
Elections cancelled due to war. Officers served 1943-1945
W.E. Peik, University of Minnesota, 1946
Carter V. Good, University of Cincinnati, 1947
B. Othanel Smith, University of Illinois, 1948
A.S. Barr, University of Wisconsin, 1949
J.G. Umstadded, University of Texas, 1950
George C. Kyte, University of California, Berkeley, 1951
Harold Hand, University of Illinois, 1953
Donald P. Cotrell, Ohio State University, 1955
A. Max Carmichael, San Diego State College, 1956-7
William A. Stanley, University of Illinois, 1959
William Clark Trow, University of Michigan, 1960
Lawrence A. Cremin, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1961
John I. Goodlad, UCLA, 1962
John Brubacher, University of Michigan, 1963
Warren R. Baller, University of Nebraska, 1964
Elmer J. Clark, Southern Illinois University, 1965
R. Stewart Jones, University of Illinois, 1966
William Van Til, New York University, 1967
Ernest E. Bayles, University of Kansas, 1968
Erwin Goldstein, University of Nebraska, 1969

[Name changed to Society of Professors of Education in 1969]

Executive Board Members

2019-2021
Liz Chase , St. John’s University
Jeans-Marie Iorio, Virginia Tech
Aaron Zimmerman, Texas Tech University

2018-2020
Noah De Lissovoy, Univeristy of Texas
Kevin Kumashiro, University of San Francisco
Jason Lukasik, Augsburg University

2017-2019
Arnold Dodge, Long Island University Post
Tricia Kress, University of Massachusetts Boston
Carol A. Mullen, Virginia Tech

At-Large Board Member (2017-2018)
Pamela J Konkol, Concordia University Chicago

2016-2018
Kate Shively, Ball State University
James Jupp, Georgia Southern University
David Gorlewski, Virginia Commonwealth University

2015-2017
Wade Tillett, University of Wisconsin at Whitewater
Sonia Janis, University of Georgia
Peter Hilton, Saint Xavier University

2014-2016
A.G. Rud, Washington State University
Sabrina Ross, Georgia Southern University
Brian Schultz, Northeastern Illinois University

2013-2015
Mina Kim, San Francisco State University
Pamela J Konkol, Concordia University
Kristin Dillman-Jones, University of Illinois Chicago

At-Large Board Member (2013-2015)
Elinor Scheirer, University of North Florida

2012-2014
Wade Tillett, University of Wisconsin at Whitewater
Sonia Janis, University of Georgia
Peter Hilton, Saint Xavier University

2007-2009
Jennifer Endicott, University of Central Oklahoma
Jim Garrison, Virginia Tech

2006-2008
Peter Hlebowitsh, University of Iowa
Robert Bullough, Brigham Young University
Erwin Johanningmeier, University of South Florida
Theresa Richardson, Ball State University

2005-2007
Jan Armstrong, University of New Mexico
Craig Kridel, University of South Carolina
J. Wesley Null, Baylor University

2004-2006
Donna Adair Breault, Georgia State University
Edmund C. Short, University of Central Florida
Tom Thomas, Roosevelt University

2003-2005
Rick Breault, Illinois State University
Ann Lynn Lopez, Independent scholar
William G. Wraga, University of Georgia

2002-2004
Peter Carbone, Duke University
Robert Nash, University of Vermont
Ken Zeichner, University of Wisconsin-Madison

2001-2003
Gary Clabaugh, La Salle University
Jeanne Connell, University of Illinois @ Champaign
Dawn Riley, Southern Illinois University

2000-2002
Richard Brosio, Ball State University
Alan Jones, Caddo Gap Publishing Company
Sonia Nieto, University of Massachusetts

1998 – 2001
Landon Beyer, Indiana University
Jan Gamradt, University of New Mexico
James Kaminsky, Auburn University

1997-2000
Mary Anne Pitman, University of Cincinnati
Joseph Watras, University of Dayton

1996-1999
William H. Schubert, University of Illinois-Chicago
James M. Wallace, Lewis and Clark College

1995 – 1998
Jan Gamradt, University of New Mexico
Harvey G. Neufeldt, Tennessee Technological University

Past Secretaries/Treasurers

Current Officers and Executive Board Members