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    Dr. Catherine L. Polydore

    Dr. Catherine L. Polydore

    Associate Professor

    Office: 2104 - Buzzard Hall
    Phone: 217-581-7237
    Email: cpolydore@eiu.edu

    Catherine Polydore's Vita

    “When you learn, teach, when you get, give.”
    Maya Angelou


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    Frequently Taught Courses

    Theories of Learning and Development for Secondary Teachers
    Research Methods for College Student Affacirs
    Human Development for Counselors
    Appraisal for Counselors
    Thesis
     

    Education

    Dr. Catherine Polydore graduated from Texas Tech University with her Ph.D. in Educational Psychology.

    Professional Organizations

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    MWERA
    APA Division 15
    ATE

    Research

    • Equity in education, especially as it relates to minorities and underrepresented groups.
    • Alternative education.
    • Preservice teachers' self-efficacy beliefs.

    Selected Publications

    Polydore, C. L. & Lucas, S. E. (2013). The development of pre-service teachers’ self-efficacy beliefs. Critical Issues in Teacher Education, xx,67-79.
     
    Larson, H. A., Yoder, A.M., Brucker, S., Jiwon, L., Washburn, F., Perdieu, D., Polydore, C., & Rose, J. (2011).Effects of relaxation and deep-breathing on high school students: ACT prep.The Journal of Counseling in Illinois, 1(2),16-27.
     
    Siwatu, K. O., & Polydore, C. L. (2010). Resolving a cultural conflict in the classroom: An exploration of preservice teachers’ perceptions of effective interventions. Journal of Negro Education, 79(4), 458-472.
     
    Siwatu, K. O., Polydore, C. L., & Starker, T. V. (2009). Prospective elementary school teachers' culturally responsive teaching self-efficacy beliefs. Multicultural Learning and Teaching, 4(1), 1-15.
     
    Marbley, A. F., Hull, W., Polydore, C. L., Bonner, F. A., II, & Burley, H. (2007) African American millennial college students:  Owning the technological Middle Passage. National Association for Student Affairs Professionals Journal, 10 (1) 7-19. (Invited)
     
    Radtke, C.W., Polydore, C. L., Cox, S.B. & Cobb, G.P. (2005). Vapor-phase analysis of isobutyl acetate, isopropyl acetate, n-propyl acetate and their respective alcohols using solid-phase microextraction–gas chromatography with a mass selective detector.  Journal of Chromatography A, 1066, (1-2), 225-230.
     
    Polydore, C., Roundhill, D. M., & Liu, H. (2002). Nucleophile assisted hydrolysis of carbon–oxygen bonds in ethers. Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemistry, 186 (22) 65-68. 



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