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Dr. Sandra Cimbricz

Assistant Professor


Office:  286 Albert W. Brown Buildingscimbricz
Phone:  (585) 395-5503
E-mail:  scimbric@brockport.edu

Education:

PhD, University of Buffalo, SUNY
MSEd, University of Buffalo, SUNY
BS, Indiana State University

Area(s) of specialty:

Disciplinary, academic, digital, and multiple literacies and inclusive humanities education at the adolescence level

Research interest(s):

Standards-based change initiatives and teacher practice; language, literacy & learning in a digital age; teacher authenticity

Publications:

Cimbricz, S. (in press). To thine own self (and others) be true. New York State Association for Curriculum and School Development.

Cimbricz, S.(manuscript accepted pending revision).The making and meaning of change: Standards-based change at the classroom level. Teachers College Record.

Grant, S. G., Gradwell, J. & Cimbricz, S. (2004). A question of authenticity: The document-based question as an assessment of students’ knowledge of history. Journal of Curriculum and Supervision, 19(4), pp. 309-337.

Cimbricz, S. (2002, January 9). State-mandated testing and teachers’ thinking and practice.  Education Policy Analysis Archives, 10(2). Available on-line: http://epaa.asu.edu/epaa/v.10n2.html.

Last Updated 9/18/13