Knowns and Unknowns: Mapping the PPAT Assessments Influence on Student Teacher Multicultural Teaching
18 Apr 2023
Scott Gregory has successfully defended his doctoral dissertation titled “Knowns and Unknowns: Mapping the PPAT Assessments Influence on Student Teacher Multicultural Teaching,” as part of the Educational Administration, Doctor of Education degree program in the Department of Educational Administration in the College of Education and Human Sciences at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. Gregory is a native of Hays, Kansas.
Gregory conducted a critical discourse analysis study of the PPAT portfolio's influence on the multicultural teaching practices of student teachers.
Gregory’s advisor was Marilyn Grady, emeritus professor at Nebraska.
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