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PhD, University of New Mexico
MA, University of New Mexico
BFA, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania
Arts Integration, Dance Education, Literacy Education, Qualitative Research Methodology
Dance Pedagogy, Literacy Education, Teacher Identity Development
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.