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Dr. Don Halquist

Chairperson and Associate Professor


Office:  283 Albert W. Brown Buildingdhalquist
Phone:  (585) 395-5550
E-mail:  dhalquis@brockport.edu

Education:

PhD, University of New Mexico
MA, University of New Mexico
BFA, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania

Area(s) of specialty:

Arts Integration, Dance Education, Literacy Education, Qualitative Research Methodology

Research interest(s):

Dance Pedagogy, Literacy Education, Teacher Identity Development

Publications:

Halquist, D. (2012).Intent and Expressiveness: Teaching students to dance with the mind as well as the body. Dance Studio Life, 17(9), 86-88.

Halquist, D., & Musanti, S. (2012). Critical Incidents and Reflection: Turning Points that Challenge the Researcher and Create Opportunities for Knowing. In G. Rossman and S. Rollis (Eds.), Everyday Ethics: Reflections on Practice (pp. 71-83). Routledge.

Barnhill, A., & Halquist, D. (2010). Sister to Sister: Becoming Literate in Relation. Language & Literacy: A Canadian Educational E-Journal, 12(1), 165-174.

Little, J., Fallon, M., Dauenhauer, J., Balzano, B., & Halquist, D. (2010). Interdisciplinary collaboration: Faculty and librarians create a comprehensive LibGuide. References Services Review, 38(3), 431-444.

Halquist, D., & Musanti, S. (July/August 2010). Critical Incidents and Reflection: Turning Points that Challenge the Researcher and Create Opportunities for Knowing. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 23 (4), 449–461.

Halquist, D., & Novinger, S. (2009). Cracks in the Mirror: Discovering Teacher Candidates’ Strategies for Resisting Reflection. In C. Craig and L. Deretchin (Eds.), ATE Yearbook XVII: Teacher Learning in Small-Group Settings (pp. 200-225). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

Hall, L., Fisher, C., Musanti, S., & Halquist, D. (2006). Professional Development in Teacher Education: What Can We Learn From PT3? TechTrends, 50(3), 25-31.

Last Updated 9/18/13