Accomplishments: Department of Teaching and Learning

June 6, 2022
Noah Romero (Teaching and Learning) recently published an article in the Waikato Journal of Education examining the effects of Covid-19 lockdowns on children in Aotearoa, New Zealand. One intriguing finding was the strength of children’s feelings of loss with regard to their friendship groups. Hegemonic thinking and attachment theory are used to …
June 2, 2022
Chia-Liang "Leo" Dai (Teaching and Learning), along with Ching-Ying Chen and Cheng-Liang Chang of University of Taipei, and Ziying Wang of University of Macau, published a manuscript, “Always Open, Seven-Eleven: Education Targeting Healthier Food Choices in a High Convenience Store Density Area in Taipei” in the International Journal of Child…
May 19, 2022
Iesha Jackson (Teaching and Learning), Doris L. Watson (Educational Psychology and Higher Education), Claytee D. White (Oral History Research Center), and Marcie Gallo (History) published the article, "Research as (Re)vision: Laying Claim to Oral History as a Just-us Research Methodology," in the special issue of the International Journal of…
May 13, 2022
Kavita Batra (Medicine), Manoj Sharma (Social and Behavioral Health), and Chia-Liang Dai (Teaching and Learning), along with Jagdish Khubchandani of New Mexico State University, published a manuscript, “COVID-19 Booster Vaccination Hesitancy in the United States: A Multi-theory-model (MTM)-based National Assessment” in the journal Vaccines (Impact…
May 3, 2022
Katrina Liu (Teaching and Learning) has been elected to serve as secretary of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Division K, Teaching & Teacher Education. Division K is the largest division in AERA, representing more than 5,000 members. It focuses on teaching and teacher education as fields of research, studying teacher…
March 29, 2022
Iesha Jackson (Teaching and Learning), Miguel M. Gonzales (Educational Psychology, Leadership, and Higher Education), and Adjoa Mensah recently published an article in the Journal for Multicultural Education titled, "It Is Not Equitable If It Is Not Culturally Sustaining: Teaching and Learning in 1:1 Laptop Schools." This study reveals that while…
March 22, 2022
Norma A. Marrun (Teaching and Learning) and Marcela Rodríguez-Campo (Nevada State College) have coauthored the article.
February 24, 2022
Shaoan Zhang, Danny Unger, Jinkun Shen, Melissa Seltenreich, and David Monroe (all Teaching and Learning) presented their research at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators in Chicago. They presented on the impacts of informal learning opportunities on pre-service teachers’ learning to teach. They presented their Nevada…
February 24, 2022
Sadia Shaukat (Teaching and Learning) as a Fulbright Scholar from College of Education presented her paper on “Teachers’ Technostress, Work Family Conflict and Life Satisfaction while Working from Home during COVID-19” at the Association of Teacher Educators Annual Conference in Chicago earlier this month. She presented the findings of her…
February 13, 2022
Alain Bengochea (Early Childhood, Multilingual, & Special Education) and Silvina Jover (Teaching & Learning) participated in a panel discussion, The Future of Dual Language Bilingual Education in CCSD (Clark County School District), with Anthony Troche and Ignacio Ruiz, both of CCSD, at the Nevada TESOL Symposium. Jover is a doctoral…
February 2, 2022
Dr. Eve Chung (Dental) and Xue "Cher" Xing (Teaching and Learning) co-authored an article, “Flip Your CTE Classroom: A Dental Education Model,” that appeared Jan. 10 in the Association for Career & Technical Education online publication.
January 26, 2022
Travis Olson (Teaching and Learning) was a special guest on the Teaching Math Teaching podcast, Episode 57, which aired Jan. 26, 2022, Olson discussed the upcoming 26th Annual Conference of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE). The national conference, running February 10-12, will be hosted in the Las Vegas Valley at the Hilton…