964b Educational Sciences
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Beth Graue is a professor of early childhood education in the Department of Curriculum & Instruction. A former kindergarten teacher, she studies early childhood policy & practice.
- Graue, M. E., Ryan, S., Wilinski, B., Northey, K., & Nocera, A. (2018). What guides preK programs?. Teachers College Record, 120(8), p. 1-36.
- Graue, M. E., Whyte, K. L., & Karabon, A. E. (2015). The power of improvisational teaching. Teaching and Teacher Education, 48, 13-21.
- Graue, M. E., (2011). Are we paving paradise?. Educational Leadership, 68(7), 12-17.
- Graue, M. E., Rauscher, E., & Sherfinski, M. (2009). The synergy of class size reduction and classroom quality. Elementary School Journal, 110(2), 178-201.
- Graue, M. E., (2006). The answer is readiness, now what is the question?. Early Education & Development, 17(1), 43-56.
- Graue, M. E., (2005). Theorizing & describing preservice teachers' images of families and schooling. Teachers College Record, 107(1)
- Graue, M. E., & DiPerna, J. C. (2000). Redshirting and early retention: Who gets the "gift of time" and what are its outcomes?. American Educational Research Journal, 37(2), 509-534.
Select Awards and Honors
- Sorenson Professor, School of Education, 2012
- Member at Large, American Educational Research Association (AERA), (2012-2015)
- Executive Committee, American Educational Research Association (AERA), (2012-2015)
- Fellow, American Educational Research Association (AERA), 2010