Nancy Chicola, associate professor, School of Education, State University of New York, College at Buffalo has taught and published in social studies, children's literature, and educational leadership.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Teaching for Success in High Need Urban and Rural Settings with Diverse Populations

Supported by the Center for Excellence in Urban and Rural Education (CEURE) at Buffalo State College, this pilot project focused on improving education for diverse populations of children living in high-need urban and/or rural settings via many avenues, but in particular teacher education programs for pre-student teaching participants.

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Learning to Care Via Literature: Creating Classroom Experiences for Children

A learning to care paradigm is provided that focuses on learners and encompasses teachers, literature, and activities within a framework of human rights.

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Creating Caring Communities: A Literature and Arts Approach for Children

Integrating literature and the arts with expressive activities, teachers can guide children to caring for self and others within varied communities.

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Using Visual Arts to Enhance Children’s Understanding of Social Studies

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Connecting the Historical Lived Experience with Children's Literature: An Authentic Pathway to Empathy and Action

Students interact with a historical scenario from children's literature using the I-BE-IT Model. Connections between evoking empathy in these experiences fostering decision-making for developing compassionate future citizens are made.

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Integrating Visual Arts into Instruction: Teacher Candidates Learn the Value of Artful Social Studies

We will share the results of a semester-long pilot study of the integration of Works of Art into lessons created and presented by teacher candidates at Professional Development School sites.

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Movement Art: Engaging Children in the Artist’s Visual Chronicle of Sport to Enhance Historical Thinking

Interpreting artists’ portrayals of sport through time as they relate to historical conceptual thinking in children can help them create their own visual perspective of movement art.

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A View Beyond Tolerance: Teacher Candidate Experiences with Culturally Responsive Education

A paper revealing results of a semester-long implementation of strategies, discussions, and writing project focusing on Culturally Responsive Education Embracing Diversity (CREED) will be presented.

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Preservice Teachers Collaborating with Families to Foster Global Literacy Connections

A paper revealing results of a semester-long implementation of strategies, discussions, and writing project focusing on promoting Family Connections to Global Cultures will be presented.

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Responsive Literacy Instruction for at Risk Students: A Path to Critical Thinking

This paper showcases a letter exchange project between pre-service teachers and at risk middle school students. The project promoted critical thinking and writing development for the students and pre-service teachers.

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