Dr Irina Falls

  • Associate Professor, School of Education
  • Educational Specialties , UNCP
  • irina.falls@uncp.edu
  • 910-775-4386
  • Education Center, Room 318
  • Pembroke NC 28372

Dr. Falls joined the faculty of UNCP in 2006. She received her M.A. from the University of Bucharest, Romania, and her Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Falls specializes in Birth-Kindergarten education, and she is the Coordinator for the BK Program at UNCP.

There are 4 included publications by Dr Irina Falls :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Factors Influencing Students’ Perceptions of Online Teamwork 2014 0 The evolution of online teaching in higher education demands a change in the types of pedagogies used in those courses. An example of one of these important pedagogies includes online teamwork. Teamwork in this context is one in which the majority of...
The Role of Handheld Computing in Facilitating Resilience Through Problem Solving 2014 315 Becoming an effective teacher that thrives not only survives involves much more than finishing a licensing higher education program. This study explored problem-solving strategies that student teachers used during their internship semester to cope wi...
The Role of Handheld Computing in Facilitating Teacher Resilience through Problem Solving 2013 604 Becoming an effective teacher that thrives not only survives involves much more than finishing a licensing higher education program. This study explored problem-solving strategies that student teachers used during their internship semester to cope w...
Teachers’ Perception of Professional Growth through Lesson Study 2017 41 This mixed methods study describes the use of Japanese Lesson Study as a professional development (PD) model aimed at aiding ELA, science, and math teachers to use discipline literacy in middle level (ages 13-15) classrooms using mobile technologies ...