Ysaaca D. Axelrod has taught both graduate and undergraduate courses in Language and Literacy Development, Children, Families and School Relationships, Critical Issues in Early Childhood Education, Teaching Reading and Writing to English Language Learners, and Ethnography and Case-Study Research. Her research interests are in Early Childhood language and literacy development, in particular focusing on emergent bilingual and multilingual children and the intersections between language and identity development in young Latin@s.
J. Camille Cammack
J Camille Cammack is a senior lecturer in the department of Teacher Education & Curriculum Studies.
Dr. Galman is an anthropologist of education and visual artist. Her research interests include the anthropology of childhood and gender studies.
Darrell Earnest is an Assistant Professor in Teacher Education & Curriculum Studies (TECS) within the College of Education at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. His research explores mathematical cognition in school contexts, with foci on learning and teaching as well as professional and curriculum development for elementary school and early childhood.
Denise Ives is an associate professor in the department of Teacher Education & Curriculum Studies.
Raymond Sharick is a lecturer in the department of Teacher Education & Curriculum Studies. Sharick is also the Associate Dean for Partnerships, Educator Preparation, & Innovation.
Ernest Washington is a retired professor in the department of Teacher Education & Curriculum Studies.
Seon Yeong Yu
Dr. Seon Yeong Yu's educational background and research focus on early childhood special education with a particular interest in young children’s social emotional competence, challenging behavior, social interaction and peer relationships.