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Prep Guide for Writing for Professional Publication in National Refereed Journals, Dr. W.A. Kritsonis
 

Prep Guide for Writing for Professional Publication in National Refereed Journals, Dr. W.A. Kritsonis

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Educational Background ...

Educational Background

Dr. William Allan Kritsonis earned his BA in 1969 from Central Washington University, Ellensburg, Washington. In 1971, he earned his M.Ed. from Seattle Pacific University. In 1976, he earned his PhD from the University of Iowa. In 1981, he was a Visiting Scholar at Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, and in 1987 was a Visiting Scholar at Stanford University, Palo Alto, California.

Doctor of Humane Letters

In June 2008, Dr. Kritsonis received the Doctor of Humane Letters, School of Graduate Studies from Southern Christian University. The ceremony was held at the Hilton Hotel in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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    Prep Guide for Writing for Professional Publication in National Refereed Journals, Dr. W.A. Kritsonis Prep Guide for Writing for Professional Publication in National Refereed Journals, Dr. W.A. Kritsonis Document Transcript

    • William Allan Kritsonis, PhD Invited Guest Lecturer OXFORD ROUND TABLE University of Oxford Oxford, ENGLAND Respected Groups Asian Americans Latinos American Indians African Americans Mexican Americans Hispanics Cambodian Americans General Philosophy of William Allan Kritsonis, PhD 1. I use self reflection on previous experiences to refine my personal and professional practices. a. I practice meaningful reflective self-assessment. b. I apply reflective thinking to improve student learning. 2. I understand student learning is the goal as a professor in order to maximize growth, development, and learning opportunities for each student. a. I encourage classroom interaction. b. I use a variety of strategies to optimize student learning. I am sensitive to student differences. c. I understand that students have needs that must be met before learning can take place. . 3. I use instructional materials and strategies that are appropriate. a. I exhibit a caring attitude toward students and others.
    • b. I accept and adapt to differences in learning styles, intelligence, and behavior of others. c. I am open to consideration of alternative ideas. d. I treat others with diverse values, languages, cultures, and traditions with respect. 4. I possess a strong academic knowledge base in the subject area, across disciplines, and in life applications. a. I try to create connections to subject matter that are meaningful to students. b. I collaborate with others in implementing a common curriculum. 5. I understand the use of on-going assessments. I use evaluation and assessment to guide instruction. I have created scoring guides/rubrics to guide assessments. 6. I integrate appropriate use of technology as part of the learning process. a. I provide different and alternative approaches to learning. b. I use technology to communicate effectively with students and colleagues. 7. I try to use varied methodologies, strategies, and technologies to address the needs of diverse learner’s through culturally relevant and sensitive curricula and teaching methods. a. I am committed to equitable treatment and respect for all individuals. b. I adjust and revise plans to meet student needs. c. I demonstrate a commitment to equity in learning.
    • 8. I understand the role and importance of parents, staff, community members and other professionals in the learning process of students. a. I communicate effectively with colleagues, students, and even parents. b. I respect the opinions and contribution of others. c. I make significant contributions to group projects. d. I serve as a leader in group projects and workshop activities. e. I help to design and use instructional collaborative activities and assignments. 9. I demonstrate ethical behavior in personal and professional relationships. a. I comply with all legal requirements of the education profession. b. I demonstrate academic and professional integrity. c. I use professional language to address students, peers, and colleagues. d. I respect the ethical and moral values of the university and community. e. I abide by the strictest standards of confidentiality with student records, communications, and collegial personal information. f. I maintain appropriate professional appearance. 10. I seek research and professionally based information to improve my educational practices. a. I believe all students can learn. b. I embrace positive attitudes and a commitment to quality education. c. I build working relationships with others in the profession. d. I approach professional tasks energetically. e. I develop positive skills of leadership.