Personal Page: A. Suzie Henning, M.A.T. (ABD)
Doctoral candidate, Durham University, Durham, U.K.
Master of Arts in Teaching, Fordham University (2003)
Bachelor of Arts, Seattle University, magna cum laude (1998)
Philosophy of education, psychology of the learner, assessment, policy studies, curriculum analysis, social studies instruction, culturally responsive teaching, cultural competencies
- “Dear Mr. President, is there hope? Working with pre-service teachers to build cultural competence and transformative praxis in the pursuit of a just society.” American Educational Studies Association, Pittsburg, Penn. (Nov. 2009).
- “Dull minds, inert knowledge and undisciplined youths: A. N. Whitehead on education.” Philosophy of Education Society Great Britain, Oxford, U.K. (April 2009)
- “International Internships in Teacher-Certification Programs.” Co-presentation with Ann Teberg. Second Annual Symposium on Teacher Education. Gonzaga University, Spokane, Wash. (Dec. 2008).
- “Teaching Simulations, Stimulating Learning: Teaching Social Studies Content Using Murders, Trials,
and Games in the Middle School and High School Classroom.” Frederick County Public Schools Summer Institute, Mount St. Mary's University, Emmitsburg, Md. (Aug. 2006).
- “Crash! Bam! Zing! Interpret!: Using Comic Books to Teach History.” Frederick County Public Schools Summer Institute, Mount St. Mary's University, Emmitsburg, Md. (Aug. 2004). Featured in The Frederick News-Post, “Drawing Interest in Class, Comic Books are Marvel” (Section A) Aug. 8, 2004.
- Van den Hoven, M. and A. Suzie Henning, “Reflections on Our World and Socialization in the English Classroom” in About Seoul KOTESL Newsletter V 14 n4 (May 2009).
- Van den Hoven, M. and A. Suzie Henning, “Reflections on Language Education in Korea and the U.S.: What is taught, How it is taught and for what aim?” in About Seoul KOTESL Newsletter. V 14 n3 (Jan. 2009).
- Henning, A. Suzie, B. Onofrey and L. Frazier. “Here on Mary’s Mountain: A Beacon of Hope for the Future.” K-12 Curriculum Guide. Mount St. Mary’s University, Callings Program, Emmitsburg, Md. (April 2008).