William Gaudelli Collection
Dr. William Gaudelli is associate professor of social studies and education in the Department of Arts and Humanities at Teachers College-Columbia University. His research interests include global education, building democratic classrooms, reading visual texts, and teacher development. He received a doctorate in social studies education from Rutgers University in 2000 and a bachelors degree in political science from Rutgers College. He subsequently taught social studies education and curriculum at the University of Central Florida in Orlando and was named a faculty fellow for international programs and a fellow of the academy for teaching and learning. Gaudelli is a frequent presenter at professional development meetings, a consultant to school districts, an invited speaker at various national conferences, and has guest lectured in The Netherlands. Secondary teaching experience includes a decade in New Jersey where he taught a range of social studies courses and led an international exchange to Russia and took graduate courses in Kenya. He recently completed a US Department of Education international exchange program (FIPSE) collaboratively sending student teachers to placements in Northern Ireland, Spain, and The Netherlands. Gaudelli employs a range of qualitative research methodologies, including ethnography, focus group, and phenomenology. He currently serves on the executive board of Theory and Research in Social Education and on the awards committee of the John Dewey Society. Gaudelli has published a variety of pieces in scholarly journals, including Teaching Education, Teacher Education Quarterly, Theory and Research in Social Education, Society and Culture, and the American Journal of Psychology, along with two books, World Class: Teaching and learning in global times (Erlbaum Associates, 2003) and Social Inequality in the Global Culture (Kluwer, 2007, co-edited). Gaudelli previously worked as an intern in the US House of Representatives and has served as traveling field staff on a presidential campaign and various congressional campaigns.
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H. Abeles, H. Budin, M. Crocco, R. Darvin, O. Garcia, W. Gaudelli, L. Goodwin, B. Hawkins, J. Miller, C. Oyler, L. Pogonowski, J. Purpura, A. Sabatini, F. Schoonmaker, M. Siegel & K. Zumwalt (11/15/2006)
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