Greta Freeman’s Scholarly Pursuits

April 7, 2011 at 11:45 am

Freeman, G. “The value of positive relationships among teacher
education faculty and pre-service teachers in determining academic success and personal growth,” Focus on Teacher Education Quarterly, a publication of the Association for Childhood Education International (ACEI), 10(3), 1-3, 2011.

Freeman, G. “Helping Teacher Candidates Cultivate a Passion for Teaching through Positive, Influential Role-Modeling,” Presented at (ATE) Association for Teacher Educators Conference, February 2011.

Freeman, G., Izzard, M., and Lachance, J. “A Majority-HBCU Collaborative to Enhance Diversity Knowledge and Experience of Teacher Candidates,” Presented at the National Association for Multi- Cultural Education Conference (NAME), November 2011.

Freeman, G. (2010). Picture books to develop strategies for dealing with bullying situations: A resource list created by and for young children, Reading Matters, 11(1), 6-11.

Freeman, G. (2010). The importance of staying young: A professor reflects on student life today and twenty years ago, Journal of College and Character, 11(2), 1-6. http://journals.naspa.org/jcc/vol11/iss2/9/

Freeman, G. “Applying Wagnerian Opera Theory to Scholarship: It Isn’t Over Until…,” In H. Blythe & C. Sweet (Eds.), It works for me: Becoming a publishing scholar/researcher, 62-64, New Forums Press, Inc., Stillwater, Oklahoma, 2010.

Freeman, G. “Combining literacy and pretend play activities to grow the emotional, social and intellectual development of young children in preparation for stressful social situations such as bullying,” in proceedings of the Sixth Annual SC Upstate Research Symposium, 154-157, Hosted by Millikan & Company, Spartanburg, South Carolina, March 26, 2010.