Nancy Albrecht is an associate professor and director of admissions to teacher education at Emporia State University, Emporia, Kansas. She teaches graduate classes in educational administration and undergraduate classes in teacher education. Additionally, she is responsible for the admissions and appeals process for teacher education. Dr. Albrecht has been a high school and middle school principal and has taught at the secondary level for a combine 20 years. She was named as area I principal of the year in 1998. Dr. Albrecht is involved in professional organizations and has presented at the state and national levels.

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Publications:
UNIVERSITY FACULTY COLLABORATION: A TRANSFORMATIONAL MODEL

This exploratory case study examined formal collaboration as a means of effective development for college of education faculty.

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Voice's of Preservice Teachers: Improving Teaching and Learning Through Microteaching and Critical Reflection

The purpose of this exploratory case study was to examine critical reflection as a means of effective pedagogical development for preservice teachers enrolled in a PDS teacher preparation program.

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A Collaborative Professional Development Teaching Model: Supporting Academic Excellence for Limited English Proficiency Students

A collaborative professional development model between university and local districts for training educators who teach Limited English Proficiency (LEP) students will be presented.

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Meeting the Needs of Culturally Diverse Learners

This case study presents evaluative measures and feedback procedures in the operation of a professional development project implemented to improve teaching and learning for English Language Learners

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Global Connections and Cross-Cultural Awareness: Cultivating Empathy in Elementary Students through an Expressive Art Exchange

The results demonstrated the impact of the art project in facilitating cross-cultural awareness, cultivating empathy, and developing global connections.

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Online Professional Development for TESOL Teachers in Rural and Suburban Kansas: An Innovative Model

The authors describe the various components of an innovative online TESOL teacher professional development model that has drawn the attention of scholars in the field nationally.

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The Inter-relationship between Knowledge base, Self-efficacy, and Self-confidence in TESOL Teacher Education: A Research-based Model

The presenters will share their study's preliminary results from a qualitative and quantitative data analysis and describe the different components of a research-based Online TESOL Teacher Professional Development Model.

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