category: Recognition

Lane Wesson, PhD

Professor, College of Education

Dr. Lane Wesson co-authored an article with Dr. Joey Lord titled “Residency Teacher Support Beyond BTSP and How High Leverage Practices Impact Success” that will be published in the Spring 2024 edition of the Journal of Middle Level Education.  Dr. Wesson presented the research at the North Carolina Association of Colleges of Teacher Education (NCACTE) Fall Forum in September of 2023.  She is also scheduled to present at the North Carolina Middle Level Education Inspire Conference in March of this year. 

Previous Recognitions

February 2024

Dr. Putnam and Dr. Brown were invited to present for Duke University Graduate School’s Professional Development Lunch and Learn series. Their session, “Guiding Graduate Students: Maximizing Mentorship through Autonomy, Competence, and Relatedness”, was presented on February 26, 2024. 

January 2023

Dr. Putnam co-authored a chapter with Dr. Mindy Duckworth, a Fall 2021 graduate of the College of Education titled, “The Importance of Supporting the Social-Emotional Skills of Teacher Educators in the Post-Covid Era.” In P.H. Bull & G.C. Patterson (Eds) Redefining Teacher Education and Teacher Preparation Programs in the Post-COVID-19 Era (IGI Global book, 2022). 

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