Curriculum and Teaching Program
Professor Frances G. Schoonmaker
Office Location: off campus
- B.A. in Elementary Education, University of Washington
- M.A. in Early Childhood Education, George Peabody College for Teachers, Vanderbilt University
- Ed.D. in Curriculum Theory and Development
Curriculum, teaching, and supervision (K-12): history, theory and practice. Teacher preparation. Caring and values education. International education. Religious education.
- Clayton, C. & Schoonmaker, F. (2007). What holds academically able teachers in the profession? A study of three teachers. Teachers and Teaching: Theory Into Practice. 13 (3):247-267.
- Schoonmaker, F. (2007). One size doesn’t fit all: Reopening the research-practice connection. Theory Into Practice. 46 (4):264-271.
- Schoonmaker, F. (2002). "Growing Up" teaching: From personal knowledge to professional practice. New York: Teachers College Press.
- Schoonmaker, F. (2002). The place of theory in a practical profession. In B.I. Cohen & A. Ofek, Essays in education and Judaism in honor of Joseph S. Lukinsky. JTS Press.
- Schoonmaker. F. (2001). Curriculum making, models, practices and issues: A knowledge fetish?
In L. Corno, Ed., 100th Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.