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Jeff Sapp, Ed.D.

Title: Professor, Teacher Education

Department: Teacher Education

Office: COE 1453
Phone Extension: x3721
Email Username: jsapp

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Selected Presentations: International

  • 2004 Building education on the new science of learning. Panel discussion with George Negus, Mem Fox, Katie Claus, Randall Clinch, Derek Hedgcock and Eric Jensen at The Brain Expo Down Under Conference (Adelaide, South Australia. April 14-17, 2004).
  • 2004 Applications of brain-compatible learning in the classroom. Invited Keynote Address at The Brain Expo Down Under Conference (Adelaide, South Australia. April 14-17, 2004).
  • 2004 Teacher stress and burnout. Invited speaker at The Brain Expo Down Under Conference (Adelaide, South Australia. April 14-17, 2004).
  • 2003 Queering teacher education: Addressing gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered, and queer issues in teacher education. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Conference (Chicago, IL. April 21-25, 2003).
  • 2001 The oppressor and the oppressed. Group presentation with Don Cardinal, Rosemary Fahey, Dolores Gaunty-Porter, Suzanne SooHoo, and Tom Wilson at The Association of People with Severe Disabilities - TASH Conference (Anaheim, CA. November 14-17, 2001).
  • 2001 Thinking through collaboration: Change, ethics, and aesthetics. Group presentation with Penny Bryan, Don Cardinal, Dolores Gaunty-Porter, Jan Osborn, Suzanne SooHoo, and Tom Wilson at the 27th Annual Association for Moral Education Conference (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. October 25-28, 2001).
  • 2001 Working to end homophobia: Gay, lesbian, bisexual, and straight allies in K-12 and higher education working together. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Conference (Seattle, WA. April, 2001).

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