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Prentice Chandler

Prentice Chandler

Dean

College of Education

“I am excited about the great things going on in the Eriksson College of Education: the university's first doctoral degree, the Center for Rural Education, and strengthened partnerships with the local schools.” Dr. Chandler on what excites him about being a part of the Austin Peay community.

Ph.D., University of Alabama, Secondary Education/Social Science (2007)

Ed.S., University of Alabama, Secondary Education/Social Science (2004)

M.A.Ed., University of North Alabama, Social Science Education (6-12) (2002)

B.S.Ed., University of North Alabama, Social Science/Secondary Education (2000)

Dr. Prentice Chandler is Dean and Professor of the Eriksson College of Education at Austin Peay State University in Clarksville (TN).

From 2013 – 2017, he was the Associate Director of Teacher Education and Leadership and an Associate Professor of Social Studies Education at the University of Cincinnati (OH).

Prior to his time at Cincinnati, he was the Department Chair of Secondary Education and an Associate/Assistant Professor of History and Social Science Education at Athens State University (AL).

Before joining the professoriate, Dr. Chandler taught middle and high school social studies in Limestone County, AL. He also taught in the geography department at the University of North Alabama as an adjunct from 2002 – 2005.

Dr. Chandler's scholarship and writing interests are in the areas of history and social studies education, critical race theory, academic freedom, authentic intellectual work, and higher education leadership. Dr. Chandler has authored or coauthored approximately 50 works, including two books on teaching about race and racism within the social studies curriculum. His most recent book, Reflections of a Rookie Dean: Lessons from the First Year (2018) chronicles his first year as the Dean of the Eriksson College of Education at APSU.

In 2007, Dr. Chandler was awarded the Defense of Academic Freedom Award from the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) for his efforts teaching history in Alabama public schools. In 2018, he was awarded the Notable Leader in Teacher Education Award from the Alabama Association of Teacher Educators. He is a first-generation high school graduate of Clements High School in north Alabama.

  • Social Studies Methods
  • Critical Race Theory in Social Studies
  • Authentic Intellectual Work
  • Academic Freedom
  • Teacher Education
  • Higher Education Leadership
  • University-School Partnerships

Selected Publications

Books

  1. Chandler, P. (2018). Reflections of a rookie dean: Lessons from the first year. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  1. Chandler, P., & Hawley, T. (Eds.). (2017). Race lessons: Using inquiry to teach about race in social studies. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  1. Chandler, P. (Ed.). (2015). Doing race in social studies: Critical perspectives. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Selected Book Chapters & Book Contributions (*co-authored with a teacher)

  1. Barron, L., & Chandler, P. (2020). Partnerships as innovative practices in teacher education. In L. Makewa (Ed.), Theoretical and practical approaches to innovation in higher education (pp. 184-202). Pennsylvania, PA: IGI Global.
  1. *Seitz, Z., & Chandler, P. (2020). How did European views on race lead to the African slave trade? In B. Maguth & G. Wu (Eds.), Global learning based on the C3 framework in the k-12 social studies classroom.
  1. *Killham, J., Harris, J., & Chandler, P. (2018). Why does this matter? Using current events about Islamophobia and racial unrest to understand the past. In L. Wilcox (Ed.), It’s being done in social studies: Race, class, gender and sexuality in the pre/k-12 curriculum (pp. 145-155). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  1. Camp, E., & Chandler, P. (2017). Using current events to confront pre-service teachers’ deficit orientations of their students. In S.G. Grant, K. Swan, & J. Lee (Eds.), Teaching social studies: A methods book for methods teachers (pp. 15-19). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  1. Chandler, P., & Hawley, T. (2017). Using racial pedagogical content knowledge and inquiry pedagogy to reimagine social studies teaching and learning. In P. Chandler, & T. Hawley (Eds.), Race lessons: Using inquiry to teach about race in social studies (pp. 1-18). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  1. Hawley, T., Hostetler, A., & Chandler, P. (2017). Teaching the Montgomery bus boycott as citizen action for racial and economic justice. In P. Chandler, & T. Hawley (Eds.), Race lessons: Using inquiry to teach about race in social studies (pp. 155-170). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  1. Chandler, P. (2016). Rage against the machine, quietly. In R. Agarwar-Rangnath, A. Dover, & N. Henning (Eds.), Preparing to teach social studies for social justice (becoming a renegade): The letters. New York, NY: Teachers College Press.
  1. King, L., & Chandler, P. (2016). From non-racism to anti-racism in social studies education: Social studies and racial pedagogical content knowledge. In A. Crowe, & A. Cuenca (Eds.), Rethinking social studies teacher education for twenty-first century citizenship (pp. 3-21). New York, NY: Springer.
  1. Saye, J., & Associates. (2015). Achieving authentic pedagogy: Plan units, not lessons. In W.C. Parker (Ed.), Social studies today: Research and practice (pp. 65-72). New York, NY: Routledge.
  1. Chandler, P. (2015). What does it mean to “do race” in social studies? Racial pedagogical content knowledge. In P. Chandler (Ed.), Doing race in social studies: Critical perspectives (pp. 1-10). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  1. Chandler, P., & Branscombe, A. (2015). White social studies: Protecting the white racial code. In P. Chandler (Ed.), Doing race in social studies: Critical perspectives (pp. 61-87). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  1. Chandler, P., Branscombe, A., & Hester, L. (2015). Using authentic intellectual work and critical race theory to teach about race in social studies. In P. Chandler (Ed.), Doing race in social studies: Critical perspectives (pp. 149-165). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  1. Chandler, P. (2013). Teaching about lynching in US history: A literary and visual perspective. In W.B. Russell, S. Waters, & T. Turner (Eds.), Essentials of middle and secondary social studies (pp. 274-278). New York, NY: Routledge.
  1. Patterson, N., Horner, S., Chandler, P., & Dahlgren, R. (2013). Who is at the gate? An examination of secondary social studies teacher support and curricular control in testing and non-testing states. In J. Passe, & P. Fitchett (Eds.), The status of social studies: Views from the field (pp. 291-302). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  1. Chandler, P., & McKnight, D. (2011). Race and the social studies. In W. Russell (Ed.), Contemporary social studies: An essential reader (pp. 215-242). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  1. Chandler, P. (2011). Teaching controversial topics in the social studies. In J. Benieke (Ed.), Teaching history to adolescents (pp. 92-96). New York, NY: Peter Lang.

 

Selected Professional Journal Articles (*co-authored with a teacher)

  1. *Seitz, Z., Krutka, D., & P. (2018). Are voter ID laws democratic? Teaching deliberation for informed citizens. Social Education, 82(5), 291-298.
  1. *Branscombe, A., Chandler, P., & Little, S. (2017). Students drum life stories: The role of cultural universals in project work. Journal of Social Studies Research, 41(1), 53-62.
  1. *Chandler, P., & Munch, D. (2016). Strengthening geography pedagogy with authentic intellectual work. The Councilor: A Journal of the Social Studies, 77(2), 1-10.
  1. *Seitz, Z., & Chandler, P. (2016). Celebrate freedom week: Recalling the "literacy test" to vote. Middle Level Learning, 57, 8-13.
  1. Chandler, P., & Hawley, T. (2016). The challenge of a (racially) honest social studies. Ohio Social Studies Review, 53(1), 1-4.
  1. *Bryant-Pavely, B., & Chandler, P. (2016). A critical race theory analysis of the Ohio social studies standards. Ohio Social Studies Review, 53(1), 16-27.
  1. Killham, J., & Chandler, P. (2016). From tweets to telegrams: Using social media to promote historical thinking. Social Education, 80(2), 118-122.
  1. Chandler, P., & Ehrlich, S. (2016). The use of discussion protocols in social studies. The Councilor: A Journal of the Social Studies, 77(1), 1-11.
  1. Chandler, P. (2015). Knowing where we started: Race and controversy in social studies. Ohio Social Studies Review, 52(1), 4-7.
  1. Saye, J., & SSIRC. (2014). Achieving authentic pedagogy: Plan units, not lessons. Social Education, 78(1), 33-37.
  1. *Chandler, P., Branscombe, A., & Mayshack, M. (2013). Mom, have you ever seen a real Indian? The intersection of personal identity and social studies education. Social Studies Review, 52, 85-91.
  1. Chandler, P. (2013). We have seen the enemy and he is us: Using discussion to bring life to social studies. Oregon Journal of the Social Studies, 1(2), 39-45.
  1. Saye, J., & SSIRC. (2013). Authentic pedagogy: Its presence in social studies classrooms and relationship to student performance on state-mandated tests. Theory and Research in Social Education, 41(1), 89-132.
  1. Chandler, P. (2012). Ten years later: Pedagogical reflections on social studies in a post-9/11 world. Southern Social Studies Journal, 38(1), 37-40.
  1. McKnight, D., & Chandler, P. (2012). The complicated conversation of class and race in social and curricular analysis: An examination of Pierre Bourdieu’s interpretative framework in relation to race. Educational Philosophy and Theory, 44(4), 74-97. (Special issue supplement “The Future of Educational Materialism”)
  1. Chandler, P. (2011). Manifest destiny and competing voices on the eve of the Cherokee removal. Social Education, 75(3), 151-155.
  1. Chandler, P., Buck, K., & Ferguson, D. (2010). Reclaiming the common good in education: Teaching social responsibility through service learning. Current Issues in Middle Level Education, 16(1), 1-5.
  1. Chandler, P. (2010). Howard Zinn and teaching against dystopia. Ohio Social Studies Review, 46(2), 3-6.
  1. Chandler, P. (2010). Critical race theory and social studies: Centering the Native American experience. The Journal of Social Studies Research, 34(1), 29-58.
  1. Chandler, P., & McKnight, D. (2009). The failure of social education in the United States: A critique of teaching the national story from “white” colourblind eyes. Journal of Critical Education Policy Studies, 7(2), 218-248.
  1. Chandler, P. (2009). Blinded by the white: White teachers, social studies, and raceless Journal of Educational Thought, 43(3), 259-288.
  1. McKnight, D., & Chandler, P. (2009). Social studies and the social order: Telling stories of resistance. Teacher Education Quarterly, 35(2), 59-75.
  1. Patterson, N., & Chandler, P. (2008). Free speech in the balance: What we know about the rights of teachers. Social Studies Research and Practice, 3(2), 90-102.
  1. Chandler, P. (2006). Academic freedom: A teacher's struggle to include "Other" voices in history. Social Education, 70(6), 354-357.

Peer Reviewed National Presentations/Papers

(co-presented: *with a teacher, ** with a student, # with a school partner)

  1. Barron, L., & Chandler, P. (2020, June). Creating new teacher pathways through effective partnerships. Session presented at the summer conference for the National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification (NASDTEC) in Boston, MA. (Conference canceled due to COVID19)
  1. #Barron, L., Chandler, P., Impeartrice, S., & Mason, J. (2020, March). Addressing inequities in clinical practice through partnerships. Session presented at the annual conference for the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) in Atlanta, GA.
  1. *Patterson, N., Kaka, S., Phillips, D., Brugar, K., Weaver, J., & Chandler, P. (2019, November). Symposium lead participant for chapter authors of At the schoolhouse gate: Teacher, student, and administrator perceptions of first amendment rights in schools for the College and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA) at the annual conference for the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) in Austin, TX
  1. Chandler, P., & Barron, L. (2019, October). Disrupting inequities through effective partnerships. Session presented at the fall conference for the Teacher Education Council of State Colleges and Universities (TECSCU) in New Orleans, LA.
  1. #Barron, L., Chandler, P., Bruster, B., & Mason, J. (2019, February). Advancing the profession through authentic partnerships. Session presented at the annual conference for the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) in Louisville, KY.
  1. Grant, S., Lee, J., Swan, K., & et al. (2018, November). Symposium participant for chapter authors of Teaching social studies: A methods book for methods teachers for the College and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA) at the annual conference for the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) in Chicago, IL.
  1. Bottomley, A., & Chandler, P. (2017, November). The impact of modeled historical thinking activities on teacher candidates’ beliefs and attitudes regarding disciplinary literacy. Paper presented for the College and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA) at the annual conference for the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) in San Francisco, CA.
  1. *Killham, J., Harris, J., & Chandler, P. (2017, November). Symposium participant for chapter authors of It’s being done in social studies: Race, class, gender and sexuality in the pre/k-12 curriculum for the College and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA) at the annual conference for the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) in San Francisco, CA.
  1. Killham, J., & Chandler, P. (2016, November). Turning Twitter into a critical inquiry tool: Techniques and tips. Poster session presented at the annual conference for the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) in Washington, DC.
  1. King, L., & Chandler, P. (2016, November). From non-racism to anti-racism in social studies teacher education: Social studies and racial pedagogical content knowledge. Paper presented at the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) in Washington, DC. (Session sponsored by African American Educators for the Social Studies)
  1. *Chandler, P., & Hawley, T., & et al. (2016, November). Symposium organizer/participant for chapter authors of Race lessons: Using inquiry to teach about race in social studies at the annual conference for the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) in Washington, DC. (Session sponsored by African American Educators for the Social Studies)
  1. Hawley, T., Chandler, P., Shear, S., Woodson, A., Powell, D., Finley, S., Ross, E.W., Broome, J., Wheeler-Bell, Q., Endacott, J., Levicky, M., & Vickery, A. (2016, November). Making the comfortable uncomfortable: A call for subversive, anti-entropy social studies teaching and learning in schools and communities. Symposium participant at the College and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA) at the annual conference for the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) in Washington, DC.
  1. *Seitz, Z., & Chandler, P. (2015, November). Celebrating freedom through literacy. Session presented at the annual conference for the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) in New Orleans, LA.
  1. Saye, J., & SSIRC. (2015, November). Authentic pedagogy: Examining intellectual challenge in social studies classrooms. Symposium research contributor for the Social Studies Inquiry Research Collaborative at the College and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA) at the annual conference for the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) in New Orleans, LA.
  1. Busey, C., Chandler, P., Finley, S., Johnson, C., King, L., Mungur, A., Shear, S., & Woodson, A. (2015, November). Roundtable on race in the social studies. Roundtable participant for session sponsored by the African American Educators for the Social Studies at the annual conference for the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) in New Orleans, LA.
  1. King, L., & Chandler, P. (2015, November). From non-racism to anti-racism in social studies teacher education: Social studies and racial pedagogical content knowledge. Paper presented at the College and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA) at the annual conference for the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) in New Orleans, LA.
  1. Chandler, P. (2015, November). Symposium participant for chapter authors of Rethinking social studies teacher education for twenty-first century citizenship at the College and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA) at the annual conference for the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) in New Orleans, LA.
  1. Chandler, P., & Branscombe, A. (2014, November). White social studies: Protecting the white racial code. Paper presented at the College and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA) at the annual conference for the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) in Boston, MA.
  1. King, L., & Chandler, P. et al. (2014, November). The future of social studies and race research. Symposium discussant at the College and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA) at the annual conference for the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) in Boston, MA.
  1. Chandler, P. et al. (2014, November). Symposium organizer/participant for chapter authors of Doing race in social studies: Critical perspectives at the annual conference for the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) in Boston, MA. (Session sponsored by African American Educators for the Social Studies)
  1. Patterson, N., Dahlgren, R., Chandler, P., & Horner, S. (2014, November). Who’s at the gate? State-mandated testing and academic freedom. Session presented at the annual conference for the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) in Boston, MA.
  1. **Bottomley, A., & Chandler, P. (2014, November). Impacting pre-service teachers' attitudes and beliefs about literacy instruction. Poster session presented at the annual conference for the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) in Boston, MA.
  1. Patterson, N., Horner, S., Chandler, P., & Dahlgren, B. (2014, April). Examination of secondary social studies teacher support and curricular control in testing and non-testing states. Paper presented at the annual conference for the America Educational Research Association (AERA) in Philadelphia, PA.
  1. Chandler, P., & Branscombe, A. (2013, October). The contours of white social studies, or the “meaning” of America. Paper presented at the Bergamo Conference on Curriculum Theory and Classroom Practice in Dayton, OH.
  1. Chandler, P. et al. (2011, December). Race and social studies. Symposium participant for chapter authors of Contemporary Social Studies: The Essential Texts at the College and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA) at the annual conference for the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) in Washington, DC.
  1. Mattox, L., Saye, J., & (2011, December). Authentic intellectual challenge in social studies classrooms and its relationship to student learning. Paper presented for the College and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA) at the annual conference for the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) in Washington, DC.
  1. Mattox, L., Saye, J., & (2011, April). Authentic pedagogy: examining intellectual challenge in a national sample of social studies classrooms. Research study/paper presented at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Conference, New Orleans, LA.
  1. Chandler, P. (2010, November). Through red eyes: Teaching Native American history through the lens of critical race theory. Paper presented for the College and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA) at the annual conference for the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) in Denver, CO.
  1. Mattox, L., Saye, J., (2010, November). The social studies inquiry research collaborative: Authentic intellectual challenge in social studies classrooms. Paper presented for the College and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA) at the annual conference for the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) in Denver, CO.
  1. Chandler, P. (2010, February). Critical race theory and social studies: Centering the Native American experience. Paper presented at the International Society for the Social Studies (ISSS) Conference, Orlando, FL.
  1. Chandler, P., Dahlgren, R., & Patterson, N. (2009, November). Academic freedom and controversy: Teaching about war in the social studies. Session presented at the annual conference for the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) in Atlanta, GA.
  1. Chandler, P. (2009, November). Social studies and the color of empire: A case study of conflict-free pedagogy. Paper presented for the College and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA) at the annual conference for the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) in Atlanta, GA.
  1. Chandler, P. (2009, November). Defense of academic freedom: The life, work, and legacy of Tracy Faulconer (1943-2008). Session presented at the annual conference for the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) in Atlanta, GA.
  1. Chandler, P. (2009, February). Whitewashed: Social studies and raceless pedagogies. Paper presented at the International Society for the Social Studies (ISSS) Conference, Orlando, FL.
  1. Chandler, P. (2009, February). Teachers’ rights vs. interests of the state: Academic freedom in the social studies. Paper presented at the International Society for the Social Studies (ISSS) Conference, Orlando, FL.
  1. Chandler, P. (2008, November). White teachers and social studies: A raceless pedagogy. Paper presented for the College and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA) at the annual conference for the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) in Houston, TX.
  1. Chandler, P., Queen, G., & Sacco, M. (2008, November). Academic freedom in secondary social studies: Tales from the classroom. Served as panel moderator and discussant for workshop presented at the annual conference for the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) in Houston, TX.
  1. Patterson, N., & Chandler, P. (2008, November). The academic freedom toolbox: Trends, tips, and techniques about classroom speech, teaching, and planning. Paper presented for the Council of State Social Studies Specialists (SC-4) at the annual conference for the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) in Houston, TX.
  1. Chandler, P., & McKnight, D. (2008, March). The failure of social education in the United States: Teaching the national story from “white” eyes. Paper presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (AAACS) Conference, Columbia University, Teachers College, New York, NY.
  1. Chandler, P. (2008, March). Whiteness and the erasure of the Other in the social studies. Paper presented at the Rouge Forum Conference, Louisville, KY.
  1. Chandler, P. (2007, December). Academic freedom and the social order: Shaver's question. Paper presented to the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) Conference as part of Defense of Academic Freedom Award ceremony in San Diego, CA.
  1. Chandler, P., Patterson, N., Nelson, J., & Baker, M. (2007, December). You can’t teach that! Academic freedom in secondary social studies. Workshop presented at the annual conference for the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) in San Diego, CA.
  1. Patterson, N., & Chandler, P. (2007, March). Free speech in the balance: What we know about the rights of teachers. Paper presented at the annual conference for the Rouge Forum in Detroit, MI.

Peer Reviewed Regional/State Presentations/Papers

(co-presented: *with a teacher, ** with a student, # with a school partner)

  1. #Barron, L., Bellamy, M., Chandler, P., Impeartrice, S., & Mason, J. (2019, November). Grow your own teachers. Session presented at the annual LEADership conference in Nashville, TN.
  1. #Barron, L., Brown, C., Chandler, P., Evans, R., House, M., Husk, S., Impeartrice, S., & Lahann, R. (2019, November). Grow your own teacher residency program. Clinic presented at the Tennessee School Boards Association (TSBA) Leadership Conference & Annual Convention in Nashville, TN.
  1. #Barron, L., Bruster, B., Chandler, P., & Impeartrice, S. (2019, September). Creating teacher residencies through successful university-school partnerships. Session presented at the Tennessee Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (TACTE) annual conference in Franklin, TN.
  2. #Barron, L., Bellamy, M., Chandler, P., Donaldson, D., Impeartrice, S., & Mason, J. (2019, September). The future of teacher prep: How districts can get and grow better teachers for their schools. Session presented at the Tennessee Organization of School Superintendents (TOSS) annual conference in Gatlinburg, TN.
  1. Barron, L., & Chandler, P. (2019, February). Revisioning Panel participant at the Tennessee Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (TACTE) annual conference in Franklin, TN.
  1. #Barron, L., Causey, C., Chandler, P., Mason, J., & Weeks, D. (2018, October). Partnerships panel. Session presented at the annual LEADership conference in Nashville, TN.
  1. Barron, L., & Chandler, P. (2018, September). Best and next practices in educator preparation partnerships. Panel participant at the Tennessee Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (TACTE) annual conference in Franklin, TN.
  1. Chandler, P., & Barron, L. (2018, May). Effective partnerships: Building bridges from pre-service to induction. Session presented at the annual conference for the Alabama Association of Teacher Educators (AATE) in Athens, AL.
  1. *Chandler, P., Cole, D., Pearson, A., & Simich, M. (2016, October). Running the gauntlet: The student teaching experience in social studies. Session presented at the annual conference for the Ohio Council for the Social Studies (OCSS) in Dublin, OH.
  1. *Chandler, P., Hawley, T., & Bryant, B. (2016, October). Using inquiry to teach about race in social studies. Session presented at the annual conference for the Ohio Council for the Social Studies (OCSS) in Dublin, OH.
  1. *Bryant, B., & Chandler, P. (2015, October). When the standards come up short: Infusing critical race theory in the social studies classroom. Session presented at the annual conference for the Ohio Council for the Social Studies (OCSS) in Dublin, OH.
  1. Chandler, P. (2011, October). Using discussion in the social studies classroom. Session presented at the annual conference for the Social Studies Council of Alabama (SSCA), Lincoln Center, Birmingham, AL.
  1. Chandler, P. (2010, February). The myth of a mono-racial America: A critique of colorblindness in history pedagogy. Paper presented at the Southeastern Philosophy of Education Society Conference (SEPES), Huntsville, AL.
  1. Chandler, P. (2009, October). Cooperative learning: Making the social studies “social” again. Session presented at the annual conference for the Social Studies Council of Alabama (SSCA), Birmingham Southern College, Birmingham, AL.
  1. Chandler, P. (2008, February-March). Academic Freedom: How much freedom do we really have? Notes from the field. Paper presented at the Social Studies Council of Alabama (SSCA), Montgomery, AL.
  1. Chandler, P. (2008, February). Social studies, white teachers, and the representation of race. Paper presented at the Louisiana State University (LSU) Curriculum Theory Project Conference/Camp, Robert, LA.

Invited Presentations with District Partners

  1. Barron, L., Bellamy, M., Bruster, B., Chandler, P., Donaldson, D., Impeartrice, S., & Mason, J. (2019, December). Building multiple pathways to the classroom: Increasing diversity through successful residency experiences. Session presented at the Grow Your Own Summit (GYOS) district meeting in Clarksville, TN. (audience, EPPs)
  1. Chandler, P., & Impeartrice, S. (2019, November). Early learning teacher residency: Innovation in teacher education. Presentation to the Austin Peay State University Board of Trustees in Clarksville, TN. video
  1. Barron, L., Bellamy, M., Chandler, P., Donaldson, D., Impeartrice, S., & Mason, J. (2019, November). Building multiple pathways to the classroom: Increasing diversity through successful residency experiences. Session presented at the Grow Your Own Summit (GYOS) state meeting in Nashville, TN. (audience, school districts)
  1. Barron, L., Chandler, P., House, M., & Impeartrice, S. (2019, October). Early learning teacher residency: Innovation in teacher education. Presentation to the Tennessee Higher Education Leadership and Innovations Fellows program (THEC program) in Clarksville, TN at Austin Peay State University.
  1. House, M., Impeartrice, S., Luna, J., Bellamy, M., Lahann, R., Barron, L., & Chandler, P. (2019, August). Innovations in CMCSS (highlighting the early learning teacher residency). Presentation to the Education Committee of the Tennessee General Assembly in Nashville, TN