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Valuing Interdisciplinary Collaborative Research: Beyond Impact


reviewed by Catherine Dunn Shiffman & Paula J. Malachias — February 08, 2018

coverTitle: Valuing Interdisciplinary Collaborative Research: Beyond Impact
Author(s): Keri Facer & Kate Pahl (Eds.)
Publisher: Policy Press, Bristol
ISBN: 1447331621, Pages: 274, Year: 2017
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: February 08, 2018
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22266, Date Accessed: 4/22/2018 10:40:35 AM

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  • Catherine Dunn Shiffman
    Shenandoah University
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    CATHERINE DUNN SHIFFMAN, PhD, is Associate Professor and Chair of Leadership Studies in the School of Education and Human Development at Shenandoah University. Her current research focuses on education and related social policy change, family-school-community relations, intercultural understanding, and the role of nonprofit organizations in communities. Her article, “It helps me to help them: A case study of parents in GED classrooms and their children,” is forthcoming.
  • Paula J. Malachias
    Shenandoah University
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    PAULA J. MALACHIAS is a mathematics instructor at Northern Virginia Community College. She is a doctoral candidate in the School of Education and Human Development at Shenandoah University. Her dissertation is titled Community College Developmental Mathematics Students’ Beliefs about their Capabilities in Mathematics: An Exploration through Narrative Inquiry.
 
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