St. Mary's College of Maryland

A Rising TIDE: Action and Reflection on Teaching in Diverse Environments

MAT 2012-2013 Cohort Application Deadline October 1st

For more information contact Dr. Lois Stover, Chair - Educational Studies, ltstover@smcm.edu, or call 240-895-2187

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EPort Presentations

May 17, 2013

8:30am-12:30pm

Goodpaster Rm. 230, 237, & 239


Master's Research Presentations

May 28, 2013


MAT Graduation

June 1, 2013

11:00 am 

Athletics and Recreation Center (ARC)

 

MAT Start Date for 2013-2014

June 23, 2013

4:00 pm

Daugherty Palmer Commons (DPC)

Educational Studies In Action

Small group of students in The Gambia

Interns abroad, publications, presentations, innovations, collaborations...
Educational Studies in Action!

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Lois Thomas Stover, Ed.D.
Director of Teacher Education

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Director of Teacher Education

Departments: Educational Studies
Email: mat@smcm.edu

Education:

Ed.D. Curriculum and Instruction - University of Virginia, May, 1985

Major: English Education
Minors: English, Supervision

Dissertation - The Development of a Conceptual Framework for Using Journal Writing in Teacher Education

M.A.T. English/Education - University of Vermont, March, 1979

B.A. English - College of William and Mary, May, 1977

Curriculum Vitae

Accomplishments

Professional Achievements

  • Member of the National Council for the Accreditation of Colleges of Teacher Education’s Board of Examiners (completing at least two accreditation visits per year). 2006-2011.
  • Member - Amelia Elizabeth Walden Award Committee for selecting the best y.a. novel in any given year that has broad appeal to adolescents, outstanding literary merit, and a message of hope.
  • Chair of NCTE’s Standing Committee on the Preparation of Teachers of English Language Arts, 2002-2006. Published The Guidelines for the Preparation of Teachers of English Language Arts, the document on which NCTE’s/NCATE standards are based, 2007.
  • Grant through U.S. Department of Education written with Ed Kobrinski Phyllis Keen, “Preparing Tomorrow’s Teachers to Use Technology.” Grant author and faculty participant 2001-2003; Project Director 2003-2004. $270,000.00 for each of three years.

Publications of Note:

  • Teaching the Selected Works of Katherine Paterson. Heinemann, 2007.
  • Jacquelyn Woodson: “The Real Thing”. Scarecrow Press, 2003
  • Young Adult Literature: The Heart of the Middle School Curriculum. Published by Heinemann/Boynton Cook in November, 1996.
  • Presenting Phyllis Reynolds Naylor. Published by Twayne/Macmillan, spring, 1997.
  • Books for You: An Annotated Booklist for Senior High Students. Co-editor with Stephanie Zenker. Published by National Council of Teachers of English, 1997.
  • “Young Adult Literature” column editor for The English Journal (NCTE journal) 1994-1996

Honors And Awards:

At University of Virginia:

  1. Outstanding Doctoral Student, School of Education, University of Virginia, May, 1985.
  2. Richard Meade Award for Outstanding Student in English Education, University of Virginia, May, 1985

At William and Mary:

  1. Phi Beta Kappa

Nilsen-Donelson Award

Winner, with Dr. Connie Zitlow, of the 2011 Nilsen-Donelson Award for best article in *The ALAN Review* for "Portrait of the Artist as a Young Adult: Who is the Real Me?"

Aerial view of St. Mary's College of Maryland campus

St. Mary's College of Maryland
18952 E. Fisher Rd
St. Mary's City, MD 20686-3001
240-895-2000