Critical Essays on Teaching, Learning and Leading in the 21st Century
Edited By Eleanor Blair and Yolanda Medina
Angela Anselmo is a faculty member of the City University of New York. She received her PhD in bilingual developmental psychology from Yeshiva University. Dr. Anselmo is an ordained interfaith minister and Director of the SEEK (Search for Education, Elevation, and Knowledge) Program at Baruch College in New York. Her research interests include bilingualism, counseling, and spirituality. In addition to numerous articles in professional journals within the fields of sociology of language and multicultural education.
Eleanor J. Blair received her PhD from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. She is an associate professor at Western Carolina University where she teaches foundations of education courses in curriculum, teacher leadership and history/philosophy of education at WCU and in Jamaica through the WCU-Jamaica program. She is a frequent presenter at regional, national, and international conferences, and she is the editor of two readers: Thinking About Schools: A Foundations of Education Reader (2011) and Teacher Leadership: The “New” Foundation of Education (2011). Her work utilizes qualitative methodologies and critical pedagogical frameworks to explore teaching, learning and leading in contemporary schools. References to her research on teacher moonlighting and the significance of place in the preparation of teacher leaders in rural communities occur in both popular and professional publications.
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