Tomorrow's Teachers Today: Striving for Excellence
Ed.D., Higher Education-Pedagogy,
Assistant Professor of Education, Education Department, Lincoln University
English Teacher, Mar Vista High School, Imperial Beach, CA
COURSES TAUGHT AT LINCOLN:
EDU 101: Critical Reading Skills
FYE 101: Freshmen Year Experience
EDU 150: Education and Society
EDU 201: Introduction to Education
EDU 208: Philadelphia Urban Seminar
HON 300: Hip-Hop, Adulthood, and Worldviews in America
EDU 302: Methods in Secondary Education
EDU 308: Foundations of Urban Education
Urban education and teacher development
University and community field partnerships in urban education
Issues of policy, practice, and identity surrounding teacher licensure
College student learning and development
Hip Hop Culture in College Students’ Lives: Elements, Embodiment, and Higher Edutainment (Routlege Press)
Petchauer, E. (2011). I feel what he was doin’: Responding to justice-oriented teaching through hip-hop aesthetics. Urban Education, 46(6), 1411-1432.
Petchauer, E. (2011). Knowing what’s up and learning what you’re not supposed to: Hip-hop collegians, higher education, and the limits of critical consciousness. Journal of Black Studies, 42(5), 768-790.
Petchauer, E. (2010). Sampling practices and social spaces: Exploring a hip-hop approach to higher education. Journal of College Student Development, 51(4),
Petchauer, E. (2009). Framing and reviewing hip-hop educational research. Review of Educational Research, 79(2), 946-978.
Petchauer, E. M.; Yarhouse, M.;
Gallien, L.B. (2008). INITIATING A CULTURALLY-RESPONSIVE DISCOURSE OF SAME-SEX ATTRACTION AMONG AFRICAN-AMERICAN MALES, Spaces for Difference: An
Interdisciplinary Journal, 1(1), 1-17.
Petchauer, E. M. (2007). AFRICAN AMERICAN AND HIP-HOP CULTURAL INFLUENCES. In A. P. Rovai, L. B. Gallien, &
H. Stiff-Williams (Eds.), Closing the African American achievement gap in
higher education (pp. 20-38).
York: Teachers College Press.
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