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Me-Search and Re-Search: A Guide for Writing Scholarly Personal Narrative Manuscripts


reviewed by Maureen Hall — January 31, 2014

coverTitle: Me-Search and Re-Search: A Guide for Writing Scholarly Personal Narrative Manuscripts
Author(s): Robert J. Nash & DeMethra LaSha Bradley
Publisher: Information Age Publishing, Charlotte
ISBN: 1617353930, Pages: 22, Year: 2011
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: January 31, 2014
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17397, Date Accessed: 10/2/2014 8:27:33 AM

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  • Maureen Hall
    University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth
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    MAUREEN P. HALL (Ph.D. University of Virginia) is an Associate Professor of Education at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth and has been teaching there since 2003. Before this teaching, she was a secondary teacher of English, geography, and U.S. History for ten years in the public school of New Hampshire. She has been involved with the Uberoi Foundation through the Uberoi Fellows Teacher Training at UMass Dartmouth since its inception in 2010. Her current research centers on cognitive-affective approaches in teaching and learning, the integration of contemplative practices for deepening learning, and how reading and writing can change lives. She spent a year in India over 2010-2011 as a Fulbright-Nehru Research Scholar researching the Super Accelerated Learning Theory (SALT). Part of her sustained interest in India involves learning more about the origins and ideas underpinning various contemplative practices, as she finds that these practices hold great possibilities for deepening student learning. Through teacher training and research, she continues to work on synthesizing and integrating the most effective pedagogies and teaching philosophies from East and West.
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