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: National
- 2006 Holocaust Survivor Gerda Weissmann Klein. Invited keynote speaker at The Middle Level Leadership in Education Conference (Las Vegas, NV March 8-10, 2006).
- 2006 Teaching tolerance through primary sources. Invited speaker for two sessions at The Middle Level Leadership in Education Conference (Las Vegas, NV March 8-10, 2006).
- 2005 The childrenís march: A civil rights curriculum. Co-presenter with Lecia Brooks at The Chaney, Goodman, and Schwerner Living Memorial Civil Rights Education Summit and UNESCO-s Break the Silence Project Conference (Philadelphia, MS. June 22-24, 2005).
- 2004 Evaluating anti-bias education media. Group presentation with Ellen Hofheimer Bettmann, Esther Hurh, Bill Madden-Fuoco and Bob Kim at the 2nd Annual Conference on Anti-Bias Education Programs (Tempe, AZ. June 10-13, 2004).
- 2003 Introduction to brain-compatible learning: Research & evaluation. Invited speaker at The National Association of Year Round Educators Conference (San Diego, CA. February, 2003).
- 2002 Introduction to brain-compatible learning. Invited speaker at The National Association of Year Round Educators Conference (San Diego, CA. February 13, 2002).
- 2002 Stress: Itís impact on our brain and our work. Conference presentation at The Brain Expo Conference (San Diego, CA. January 19-22, 2002).
- 2001 Introduction to brain-compatible learning. Invited speaker for two sessions at National Association of Year Round Educators Conference (Las Vegas, NV. February 10-14, 2001).
- 2000 Relationships: Where the spirituality of education and critical pedagogy meet at Going Public with Spirituality in Work and Higher Education Conference (University of Massachusetts at Amherst, June 4-6, 2000.)