Pedagogical Strategies for Challenging Students' World Views.- The Politics of `Being': Faculty of Color Teaching to Social Justice in the College Classroom.- Social Justice: Reframing Social Justice for the Adult Learner.- Equity in the Online Classroom: Adolescent to Adult.- Dear White Teacher...Instructional Strategies to Inform Pre-Service Teachers Regarding Equitable Practices in the K-12 Classroom.- Classroom Instruction on `Social Justice' in the Nigerian Context: The Re-Constructionist Instructional Approach.- Leading is Teaching! Real-Life Ways to Connect Theory to Practice and Address Issues of Social Injustice in School Culture.- Excellence for All: How U.S. Schools Can Ensure Student Success.- Partners in Justice: School Counselors and Teachers Creating Classrooms for Social Justice.- Implementing New Technologies to Support Social Justice Pedagogy.- Early Childhood Experiences and Their Link to the Life Trajectories of Children.- Preparing Early Childhood Professionals to Meet the Changing Demography of the United States.- Stories of Social Justice From the Kindergarten Classroom.- Creating Magical Moments to Reveal Student Learning and Universal Acceptance of Each Other.- Critical Literacy and Multicultural Literature: Pedagogical Strategies for the Everyday Classroom.- Strategies for Supporting Elementary Students of Poverty in Reading.- Mathematics Teaching and Learning: Equal Opportunity â Equity.- Social Justice Elementary Schools, Classrooms and Social Studies Practices and Strategies.- Social Justice: Agency and Practical-Moral Knowledge in the Teaching-Learning Process.- Stop. Drop. And Roll! Tackling Racism.- Gender Justice in the Elementary Classroom.- (Dis)Ability in the Elementary School Classroom: Embracing an Inclusive Mindset.- Promoting Greater Acceptance of and Skills to Teach Young Children with Disabilities: Blended Training of Early Childhood Educators.- The Shaming: Creating a Curriculum that Promotes Socially-Responsible Online Engagement.- Social Justice and Student Empowerment: Developing Social Justice.- Teaching English Language Arts Students about Social Justice.- Literacy is a Civil Write: The Art, Science, and Soul of Transformative Classrooms.- Social Justice and Language Acquisition for English Language Learners.- Teaching Social Justice in Social Studies through Young Adult Literature.- Teaching Social Justice in Social Studies through Young Adult Literature.
Dr. Rosemary Papa currently serves as The Del and Jewel Lewis Endowed Chair in Learning Centered Leadership and Professor of Education Leadership in the College of Education at Northern Arizona University- a position she had held since 2007. She has been an active member of the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration (NCPEA) since her first summer conference, Chadron Nebraska, in 1987. In 1991-92, she served as the first female President of NCPEA and was the 2003 recipient of the NCPEA Living Legend Award. In 2000 she founded and serves as Editor of the eJEP: Journal of Education Policy, one of the first open access, free, blind-peer reviewed journals in the world. In 2004, she was the recipient of the Outstanding Teacher Award from the College of Education at California State University, Sacramento. Her record of publications includes thirteen books, numerous book chapters, monographs and over eighty referred journal articles. Dr. Daniel W. Eadens is an Associate Professor of Educational Leadership at Northern Arizona University. He was `Runner-Up Teacher of the Year' in his first year of public school teaching, won a Fulbright Memorial Fund to Tskuba Science City Japan, was a music then secondary Special Education teacher, and has served as a school administrator at various locations. He graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BSME, M.Ed., and Ed.D. from the University of South Florida and is a retired Army Major with foreign service in Japan and a combat tour in the Middle East during Operation Iraqi Freedom. He served as content leader in Sweden learning the education system for the International School Connection, was the ELSC's recipient of the Hampton E. Williams `Research Award' and the Jack Mulcahy Award for `Best Doctoral Dissertation', presented by The Association for the Advancement of Educational Research. He passionately researches Social Justice, Special Education, Brain Research, and Reform and Shared Leadership, is actively involved in various professional associations, maintains a driven record of scholarly publications in peer-reviewed journals, and routinely presents at regional, national, and international professional conferences.