Dr. Sherri Franklin-Guy, PhD., is an associate professor at California State University, San Bernardino, Department of Educational Psychology and Counseling. Her research interests include language-learning disabilities and students' epistemological beliefs.


Publications:
Seven Methodologies Professors Use to Promote Student Epistemological Development and Self-Directedness

This session includes the best practices of teachers who design curricula to enhance critical and independent thinking. Participants will discuss appropriate pedagogical and androgogical approaches.

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$US10.00

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$US5.00
The Effect of Tacit Beliefs on Students with Learning Disabilities: An Exploratory Study

This presentation will discuss the results of the author's investigation of the relationship between written language ability and epistemological beliefs. Implications for educators will be discussed.

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$US10.00

Article: Electronic

$US5.00
A Meta-Analysis of Excessive Assessment Practices in Education: Negotiating the Complexity and Understanding the Need for Change

An analysis of and discussion regarding the adverse effects of excessive assessment on didactic practices and learning and performance outcomes.

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$US10.00

Article: Electronic

$US5.00
Environmental Print and Spelling Ability: An Investigation of Kindergarteners’ Emergent Orthographic Skills

This paper describes the the results of an investigation of the impact of environmental print on kindergarteners' spelling ability.

Article: Print

$US10.00

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$US5.00
A Review of the Use of Neurofeedback Training as an Intervention Method in the Treatment of AD/HD

This presentation will discuss portions of a pilot study that utilized neurofeedback training as an intervention to address academic difficulties stemming from attentional functioning. Implications for practice will be discussed.

Article: Print

$US10.00

Published online: August 1, 2014

$US5.00
Student Engagement in Schools: Examination of a Construct for Effective Instructional and Educational Practices

This article will examine student engagement, primary themes that support the engaged learner, and the importance of its role as an objective for best instructional and educational practices.

Article: Print

$US10.00

Published online: August 26, 2016

$US5.00