Faculty Publications

Short list of Faculty Publications on teaching:

Classroom Literacy Assessment: Making Sense of What Students Know and Do (Guilford Press). Edited by Jeanne R. Paratore, EdD, School of Education, Boston University, and Rachel L. McCormack, EdD, School of Education, Roger Williams University

“What Do They Know? Reclaiming the K-12 Canon from John Dewey,” a review of E.D. Hirsch’s The Knowledge Deficit, The Weekly Standard, Washington

Mages, W. K., & Garson, D. S. (2010). Get the cite right: Design and evaluation of a high-quality online citation tutorial. Library & Information Science Research Journal 32(2), 138-146. doi:10.1016/j.lisr.2009.10.004]

Tate, P.M. (2006). Academic and relational responsibilities of teaching. Journal of Education, 187(3), 1-20.

Tate, P.M. (2001). Excellence in teaching: Myths and legends. In T. Arnold (Ed.), Facing change: Proceedings of the AIESEP World Sport Science Congress (pp.1.45-1.51). Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia: Association Internationale des Escoles Superieures d’Education Physique and School of Health and Human Performance, Central Queensland University.

Tate, P.M. (1993). The two worlds of teaching. Journal of Education, 175(3), 15-29.

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March 2010 Instructional Innovation Conference

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