Meg L. Gebhard
Meg Gebhard’s research agenda centers on understanding second language literacy development, teachers’ professional development, and the discourses of educational reform in the United States.
Keisha L. Green
Dr. Keisha L. Green's scholarly interests are in English Education, youth literacy practices across school, home, and community contexts, critical literacy and critical pedagogy.
Linda L. Griffin is a professor in the College of Education at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Her research and scholarly interest for over 25 years has been on the teaching and learning of sport related games through a games-centered approach grounded in constructivist learning.
Robert Maloy is a senior lecturer II in the department of Teacher Education & Curriculum Studies.
Betsy McEneaney is an associate professor in the department of Teacher Education & School Improvement.
Kysa Nygreen’s research and teaching address topics of race, class, and culture in education; urban schooling; critical and anti-racist pedagogies; participatory action research; and educational ethnography.
Laura Valdiviezo’s interest is in re-conceptualizing and reforming schools as loci of change for social justice. Her work examines the role teachers play as political actors able to inform both policy and teacher education. She is also interested in the education of teachers as researchers using inquiry-based practice for the advancement of teaching theory and pedagogy.
Ruth-Ellen Verock is a senior lecturer in the department of Teacher Education & Curriculum Studies.