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|Foster, Kevin||John L. Warfield Center for African and African American Studies; African and African Diaspora Studies; Curriculum and Instruction; Educational Administration||African American student achievement; Intersection of sports and academics; Impact of race and gender upon student academic outcomes; and Cultural theory in education|
|Guzman, Sheila||Curriculum and Instruction||interests include Curriculum & Instruction, Educational Administration Bilingual/Bicultural Education, Principalship Program, Public School Executive Leadership Program|
|Harris, Pamela||Curriculum and Instruction|
|Harrison, Louis||John L. Warfield Center for African and African American Studies; African and African Diaspora Studies; Curriculum and Instruction||The influences of race related self-schemata and African American racial identity on physical activity choices and performance; the factors that influence sport and physical activity participation; …|
|Hoffman, James||Curriculum and Instruction||Literacy acquisition, teacher education, reading education|
|Horwitz, Elaine||Curriculum and Instruction||Foreign language anxiety, learner beliefs about language learning, language learning strategies|
|Hughes, Joan||Curriculum and Instruction||Dr. Hughes' research and teaching focuses on teacher learning and technology integration in preservice (learning to become a teacher) and inservice (a current teacher teaching in a school) …|
|Hunt, Jessica||Curriculum and Instruction||Jessica’ overarching research goal is to redirect and re-conceptualize research and instructional practice in mathematics such that students with LD can grow their conceptual knowledge.|
|Keating, Xiaofen||Curriculum and Instruction||Youth physical activity; fitness testing, and health-related fitness knowledge; relationship between knowledge and physical activity levels.|
|Kramer, Benjamin||Curriculum and Instruction||Promoting Mindful Change|