Originally from Togo on the West Coast of Africa. Earned a BA in Applied linguistics in 1982 at Benin University, an MA/TESOL at Leicester University( England) an MSC/EMA at Heirot Watt University (Scotland) and a Ed.D. in Curriculum instruction and supervision at Oklahoma State University. Has taught English as a foreign and second language in Togo, assumed supervisory roles as Inspector of National Education in Togo. Is currently assistant Professor at Central Michigan University.


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Using the Equity Toolkit in PK-16 to Address Equity in the Classroom

The article provides an overview of the six sections of the Equity Toolkit, data supporting its use, and pertinent information on the Equity Guides.

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Parent Participation in K-12 Schools: Capturing the Talents of Underrepresented Parent Groups

This paper will describe one of the goals of the Connecting with the Learner: Equity Toolkit which is to provide educators with ideas and projects for working with parents.

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Capturing the Essence of Student Teaching Observations

This paper reports the lived experiences of a university supervisor and a student teacher within the context of student teaching supervision in a teacher education program.

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Impact Analysis of Student Teaching Abroad on Former Students’ Professional Teaching in K-12 Schools in US

This paper will report the findings of a field specific study of the impacts of study abroad on former students' professional teaching in K-12 schools.

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Host Students’ Perspectives on Crosscultural Student Teaching Experiences

The professional literature documents benefits and challenges in study abroad from sojourners, yet no study has been done to gather feedback from host student participants.

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Student Teaching in Nontraditional Settings: What Prospective American Student Teachers Need to Know

The purpose of the study was to find out what student teaching in nontraditional settings means and how it has been experienced by American student teachers.

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Rethinking the Focus of Study Abroad Programs in the Global Era: Moving from Sheer Luxury to Necessity

Traditionally, educating and training students for global citizenry and mutual understanding have been the study abroad programs' mission at various US higher institutions.

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