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Education Department

Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers Today: Striving for Excellence


                                        EMERY PETCHAUER, ED.D.
Petchauer           

EDUCATION:

Ed.D., Higher Education-Pedagogy, Regent University
M.A., Teaching, Wheaton College , IL
B.A., English, Wheaton College , IL

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

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

RESEARCH AREAS:

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

RECENT PUBLICATIONS:

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),
359-372.

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). New York: Teachers College Press.

CURRENT ACTIVITIES:

Blogger, DIVERSE ISSUES IN HIGHER EDUCATION
Coordinator, Lincoln University Praxis Cohort
Advisor, Lincoln University Education Club
Reviewer, Review of Educational Research

CONTACT INFORMATION:  

Phone: 484-365-7573
Email: epetchauer@lincoln.edu



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