Category School of Education
Helen Hoffner, Ed.D., Professor of Education, and two adjunct instructors in the School of Education, Jessica Jefferis and Jennifer Marsico, had an article published in the Fall 2016 issue of the peer-reviewed journal, The Ohio Reading Teacher. Their article, The Pen-Pal Project: Pairing Pre-Service Teachers with Elementary Teachers, described a partnership between Holy Family University […]
Helen Hoffner, EdD, Professor of Education, had an article published in the Kappa Delta Pi Record. The article is titled “Handwriting: A Stroke of Confidence” and was published in the Kappa Delta Pi Record, Vol 50, No. 4.
Helen Hoffner, EdD, Professor of Education, has been writing a series of interactive electronic textbooks for Pearson/Merrill/Prentice Hall Publishing. These textbooks will be used by undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in teacher education programs. Topics include the diagnosis and remediation of reading disabilities, guided reading instruction, and helping children read informational texts.
School of Education Faculty Present at Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Commons Conference in Savannah, GA
On March 27, 2014, Dr. Roseanna Wright, Dr. Claire Sullivan, Dr. Maria Agnew and Dr. Brian Berry, School of Education faculty, traveled to Savannah to present on three studies currently underway at Holy Family University. The studies explore the best approach or approaches to support faculty in designing and teaching blended courses, The studies address […]