Lynn S. Freeman,
Assistant Professor of Curriculum and Instruction

Education

Ed.D., University of Houston, 1994
M.S., Prairie View A&M University, 1985
Teaching Certification - Middle School Life/Earth Science, 1978
B.S., Tulane University, 1976

 

Published Research

“Teaching Technology in Texas Schools,” European Journal of Social Sciences

“The Impact of age Enrollment at Kindergarten on Children’s Academic Performance Through Kindergarten to Fifth Grade,” European Journal of Social Sciences. 2009

“Transitioning to EC-6:  Are we Ready?,” Texas Teacher Education Forum. 2009

 

Current Scholarly Projects

“Preparing to Teach Science,” Preparing for the Texas Pre-K Teacher Certification: A Guide to the Comprehensive TExES Content Areas Exam. 2010

Voices from Prison: Advice to new Teachers from Inmates

Voices from Prison: Advice to new Teachers from Those who Teach Inmates

 

Presentations

“The Ladder to a Successful Teaching Career: Building the Teacher Preparation Programs Through the Satellite Campus and Online,” Association of Teacher Educators Conference. Dallas, Texas. 2009

“Traditional Teacher Preparation-Untraditional Delivery:  When Teacher Education isn’t on Main Campus.” Texas Association for Teacher Educators Conference. Austin, Texas. 2009 

“Transitioning to EC-6:  Are we Ready?,” Center for Research, Evaluation and Advancement of Teacher Education Research Conference on Teacher Education. Houston, Texas. 2009 

“Southern Teachers’ Science Preparation and Science Certification Rates,” Center for Research, Evaluation and Advancement of Teacher Education Research Conference on Teacher Education. Houston, Texas. February 2009

“How Competent are the High School Teachers?,” Consortium of State Organizations for Texas Teacher Education Conference. San Antonio, Texas. 2009 

“An Exploratory Study of Texas Science Teacher Certification Examinations,” Consortium of State Organizations for Texas Teacher Education Conference. San Antonio, Texas. 2009