Beverly S. Faircloth

  • Assistant Professor
  • Teacher Education and Higher Education, UNCG
  • bsfaircl@uncg.edu
  • (336) 334-3442
  • 306 Curry Building

**Interests: Educational psychology, motivation and cognition **Education: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

There are 6 included publications by Beverly S. Faircloth :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Beyond Knowledge: Exploring Why Some Teachers Are More Thoughtfully Adaptive Than Others 2010 8233 As teacher educators, we have observed that knowledge alone does not lead to the kinds of thoughtful teaching we strive for. Puzzled by differences in the teaching practices of teacher candidates having similar professional knowledge, we explore what...
Data management and use through research practice partnerships: A literature review 2020 722 Through research-practice partnerships (RPPs) researchers and practitioners engage in long-term problem-solving collaborations aimed, in part, at increasing the capacity of personnel in local schools and districts to manage and use educational data f...
Equity and social justice in research practice partnerships in the United States 2022 1438 Research–practice partnerships (RPPs) have grown rapidly in the last decade in the United States to challenge traditional notions of education research by emphasizing the importance of researchers and practitioners working together in a spirit of mut...
“Let Your Voice Lead You”: Critical Community-Building to Support the Writing of Recently Resettled Youth 2021 64 This study examines the use of critical community-building—using dialogue as a collective to support, listen to, ask questions, and assist each other in thinking in critical ways—to support resettled youths’ writing during a summer writing camp. Thro...
One World: Refugee youth incubating epistemologies toward rightful presence with/in community-driven STEM 2023 58 This study investigates how recently resettled refugee youth took up STEM-rich making experiences at an after-school community club in relation to negotiating their resettlement process. Using critical participatory ethnography grounded in sustained ...
What We Choose to Remember: Imagined Shared Narratives of Education During COVID-19 2021 202 The impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on educational policies and practices are unprecedented. With the majority of educational institutions forced to limit face-to-face interactions, teaching and learning have rapidly taken on vastly new meanings. Ev...