About the Author:
Jeanne Carey Ingle, Ph.D., is an associate professor at Bridgewater State University (MA). She is relatively new to higher education after working for many years as an urban elementary school teacher. She teaches courses in elementary education, inequality in education, educational technology and English learner education. In addition, she coordinates student teaching experiences and undergraduate research programs. Her research includes teacher experiences during remote emergency teaching, best methods for supporting English learners, increasing access to undergraduate research for marginalized groups and using immersive technologies to prepare pre-service teachers. Follow Jeanne on Twitter @careyingle and on Instagram @teachingandlearningwdringle.
Dr. Andrea Cayson is an associate professor and Graduate Program Coordinator for Elementary and Early Childhood Education at Bridgewater State University (MA). Andrea taught elementary school in Florida for many years before moving to Massachusetts to pursue a career in higher education. She teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in Sheltered English Immersion and mathematics methods. Andrea’s research is focused on supporting English learners and best practices of teacher education.
Dr. Heather Pacheco-Guffrey is an associate professor at Bridgewater State University (MA). There she teachers undergraduate and graduate courses in science, technology, and engineering methods for pre- and in-service teachers. Heather is a former urban public school geoscience teacher. Heather’s research is focused on educator TPACK and how teachers use technology across domains to support the wide range of learners.
Melissa Winchell is an associate professor in Secondary Education and Professional Programs at Bridgewater State University where she teaches graduate and undergraduate students. A veteran of Massachusetts urban public education for over twenty years, Melissa’s research interests are in antiracist education. Melissa is founder of the non-profit Inclusion Matters and a community activist with Massachusetts’ National Association for Multicultural Education, the Federation for Children with Special Needs, the Arc of Massachusetts, and the Department of Developmental Services. Follow Melissa on Twitter @melissawinchell or contact her at [email protected]