Dawn M. Shinew, Ph.D.
Position: Director/Associate Professor
Address: 529E Education Building
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Ph.D., The Ohio State University, Social Studies and Global Education, 1998
M.Ed., Bowling Green State University, Curriculum and Instruction, 1993
B.S., Bowling Green State University, Secondary Social Studies Education, 1986
The role of epistemology in research and practice, specifically the intersections between how individuals construct and understand knowledge and how this process influences inquiry and teaching.
Dr. Shinew has been a School of Teaching and Learning faculty member since 2012.
Wooldridge, D., Murray, M., and Shinew D. (2014). Meeting the needs of all students: An inclusive early childhood education teacher preparation program. The Ohio Journal of Teacher Education, 27(2), 4-7.
Moore, T. and Shinew, D. (2014). Making place a participant in the scholarship of community-university engagement. Paper presented at the International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, May 21-24, 2014, Urbana-Champaign, IL.
Montfort, D., Brown, S., and Shinew, D. (2014). The personal epistemologies of civil engineering faculty. Journal of Engineering Education, 103(3), 388-416.
Moore, T.L., Shinew, D., Sternod, B., Merk, H., & Saul, M. (2013). Faculty epistemologies and academic life: Implications for the professoriate. Journal of the Professoriate, 7(1), 26-50.
edTPA National Consultant
AACTE Education for Sustainability Special Interest Group
AERA Division B
I am a third generation Falcon. Both of my grandmothers were teachers and graduated from Bowling Green Normal School in the early 1920s. After serving in WWII, my father attended BGSU on the GI Bill; he went on to become a music teacher. My three sisters and I attended BGSU and are alumna of the College of Education and Human Development.