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Master of Science in Education in Curriculum and Instruction

Williams Travel Award

Williams Travel Grants provide travel support for EIU graduate degree-seeking candidates who have papers or creative works accepted for presentation at regional, state, national or international conferences. Recipients are featured in the Graduate Journal of Scholarship.

2020

Toluwalase Solomon, Masters Candidate in Curriculum and Instruction

The Juxtaposition of Social Studies Curricula in Nigeria and the United States and Recognizing and Rectifying the Misrepresentation within Consequential Women History-Based Curricula

  • ICSS Fall Conference Building Bridges to Social Studies | Palatine, Illinois
  • History-Social Sciences Teacher Symposium | Springfield, Illinois

John Bickford, Associate Professor of Curriculum and Instruction, Faculty Mentor

2019

Razak Dwomoh, Masters Candidate in Elementary Education

The Development and Implications of Social Studies and History Curricula in Ghana

  • 2019 History-Social Sciences Teacher Symposium | Normal, Illinois

John Bickford, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Education, Faculty Mentor

2018

Razak Dwomoh, Masters Candidate in Elementary Education

The Development and Implications of Social Studies and History Curricula in Ghana

  • 2019 History-Social Sciences Teacher Symposium | Normal, Illinois

John Bickford, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Education, Faculty Mentor

Charity Huwe, Masters Candidate in Curriculum and Instruction

Using Diverse History-Based Curricula and a Growth Assessment to Study the Titanic

  • Illinois Council for the Social Studies | Palatine, Illinois

John Bickford, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Education, Faculty Mentor

2015

Britney Whitehead, Masters Candidate in Elementary Education

Content Connections: Literacy Strategies in the Social Sciences

  • 47th Annual Illinois Reading Council Conference | Springfield, Illinois

Linda Reven, Ph.D., Professor of Early Childhood, Middle Level, Elementary Education, Faculty Mentor

2012

Kalee Bengtson, Masters Candidate in Elementary Education

Constructing Meaning with a Focus on Generating Inferences: Practices to Support the Differentiation of Comprehension Instruction

  • International Reading Association 57th Annual Conference | Chicago, Illinois

Linda Reven, Ph.D., Professor of Elementary Education, Faculty Mentor

2008

Kyle Snyders, Masters Candidate in Elementary Education

Using Children’s Literature to Engage Readers and Differentiate Comprehension

  • 53rd International Reading Association Convention | Atlanta, Georgia

Linda Reven, Ph.D., Professor of Education, Faculty Mentor

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Charleston, IL 61920
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