FALL 2000 http://www.eastern.edu/publications/emme Vol. 2, No. 2
Theme: Cross-Cultural Partnership
This Issue | Articles
| Instructional Ideas | Open
Forum | Reviews | Contributors
| Caruso | Cozza and Mbugua | Hallen | Hansell | Kennett | Lukiv |
Barbara Cozza, Ph. D., is Assistant Professor of Education at University of Scranton, currently teaching Social Studies Methods and Mathematics Methods courses for elementary teachers. She is involved in family-school-university partnerships and the development of web-based portfolios for teachers.
John Caruso, Jr., Ph. D., is a professor of education and Director of the Center for Professional Development at Western Connecticut State University in Danbury, CT.
Mark Hallen is an assistant professor and Director of the Theatre Program at Eastern College. He is also the Executive Director of Eastern College Summer Theatre Camp. He has directed numerous plays in the U. S. as well as overseas.
Linda Hansell, Ph. D., is the Executive Director and founder of the PARTNERS Program, and a lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education. She has worked in both public and private school settings.
Carol Kennett, Ph. D., is an associate professor and Director of Education in Trinity International University, Deerfield, IL. Her research focuses on trust building in cross-cultural relationships.
Dan Lukiv is a part-time graduate student in the Education Department at the University of Northern British Columbia. He is also a poet, novelist, short story writer, secondary alternate teacher, and editor.
Tata Mbugua, Ph. D., is a faculty member in the Department of Education at University of Scranton, specializing in early childhood education and multicultural education.
Chang, Ph. D.
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