Office Hours: Spring 2018 - Wednesday 11:00-2:00pm (Atrium) and by appointment
Department: Secondary and Middle School Education
Position: Full Professor, Tenured., Chair – Africana-World Studies Department
Area Specialization Teacher Preparation for Urban Contexts (Community Teachers, Grow Your Own Programs), Womanist and Black Feminist Theoretical Frameworks, Multicultural Science Education (Science Teacher Education, STEM)
AWS 2550 - The Black Woman ExperienceCIEE 3260 – Science Methods and Assessment for Teaching K-6CISE 3350 – Working Within Schools: Schools as Institutions and CommunitiesCISE 3250 – Teaching as LearningWPU 1010 – The First Year Experience
Co-Principal Investigator. Fulbright-Hays Group Study Abroad Program, US Department of Education. Awarded $80,075.00.
Principal Investigator. Paterson Teachers for Tomorrow, The Taub Foundation. Awarded $417,000.
Co-Principal Investigator. Improving Teacher Quality Partnership Grants – Technology in Math and English/Language Arts – On TIME. Funded by the New Jersey Department of Education. Awarded $900,000.
Co-Principal Investigator. Paterson Teachers for Tomorrow, The Taub Foundation. Awarded $150,000.
Co-Principal Investigator. Improving Teacher Quality Partnership Grants – Inquiry in Math and Science - IMS. Funded by the New Jersey Department of Education. Awarded $820,365.
Editorships - Peer-Reviewed Journals
Hill, D. (2011 – 2013). Co-Editor. Advancing Women in Leadership Journal.
Agard-Jones, L. & Hill, D. (2009). Guest editors: Advancing the conversation. Multicultural Perspectives, 11 (4).
Hill, D.(2007). Guest editor. Special issue on black women educators. Advancing Women in Leadership, Volume 23, Winter 2007.
Chapman, T., Dixon, A, & Hill, D. (2005). Special issue editors: The portraiture methodology. Qualitative Inquiry, 11(1).
Books and Book Chapters
Hill, D. (2013). Constructivist and multicultural science: Methods, labs, and teaching toolsfor K-8 Classrooms, 2nd Edition. Custom Edition. Boston, MA: Pearson.
Schultz, B., Gillette, M., & Hill, D. (2011). Teaching as political: Theoretical perspectives forunderstanding the grow your own movement. In Skinner, E., Garreton, M., and Schultz,B. (Eds)., Grow your own teachers: Grassroots change for teacher education. (pp. 5-21). New York: TC Press.
Hill, D. and Newton, R. (2010). A pipeline program for urban community teachers: Standing in the gap of achievement and possibility. In B. Allison & B. Berghoff (Eds.) The 2010 E-Yearbook of Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research SIG of the American Educational Research Association (AERA).(pp. 17-25). Los Angeles, CA: CalState.
Hill, D. (2010). Dismantling the master’s house: A call for womanism, herstory and the power of black women teacher educators. In T. Huber-Warring (Ed.), Storied inquires in international landscapes: An anthology of educational research. (pp. 71-80). Charlotte, NC: IAP.(A reprint from a 2002 journal article).
Hill, D. (2008). Portraiture. In L. Given (Ed)., The Sage encyclopedia of qualitative research methods. (pp. 644-646). Los Angeles, CA: Sage.
Hill, D. (2005). A charge to keep: Answering a call for transformative education in thenew millennium - The CORIBE documentary video. In J. King's Black education –civilization or barbarism: A transformative research and action agenda for human freedom in the new century (pp. 341-345). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
Hill, D. (2003). Womanist traditions: Black women scholar-workers in teacher education. In,Duhon-Sells, R. & Agard-Jones, L. (Eds.), International perspectives on methods of improving education: Focusing on the quality of diversity (Mellon Studies in Education, volume 82) (pp. 15-35).Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellon Press.
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Agard-Jones, L. & Hill, D. (2009). Special topics focus: Exploring current notions of education that is multicultural. Multicultural Perspectives, 11 (4) 185 – 186.
Schultz, B., Gillette, M., & Hill, D. (2008). A theoretical framework for understanding grow your own teachers. The Sophist’s Bane, 4 (1 & 2) 69-80.
Chapman, T., Dixon, A, & Hill, D. (2005). Research as an aesthetic process: Extending the portraiture methodology. Qualitative Inquiry, 11(1) 16-26.
Hill, D. (2005). The poetry in portraiture: Seeing subjects, hearing voices, and feeling contexts. Qualitative Inquiry, 11 (1) 95-105.
Hill, D.& Gillette, M. (2005). Teachers for tomorrow in urban schools: Recruiting and supporting the pipeline. Multicultural Perspectives, 7 (3) 42-50.
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