Dr. Craig is an Associate Professor at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Examining Curriculum Design, Adaptations, and Effective Practices in an Online Learning Environment for Preservice Teachers

This paper offers insight and findings gathered as a result of a study conducted to examine practices, curriculum design, and adaptations for the online environment in a teacher preparation program.

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Action Research in the Online Environment: An Examination of Practice among Graduate Students

This study examined the process, discourse, and patterns that emerged as students conducted semester-long action research projects as part of online graduate courses in professional educaiton.

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e-Literacy and Literacy: iPods, Popular Culture and Language Learning

Using audio (iPods) and visual (book) delivery of a trade fiction book, teachers compared ESL student gains in language acquisition and literacy skills.

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The Art of Diaspora, Relocation, and Dislocation: Examining Barrio and Low Rider Art Created by English Language Learners

This paper presentation offers findings gathered from an examination of art created by non-English speaking middle school students who are experiencing diaspora.

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