Dr. c. lynne hannah, Professor of Education
103 A Knutti Hall
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PhD Education Psychology, 1991, McGill University
Barri Tinkler, c. lynne hannah, Alan Tinkler (accepted for publication). Using contact theory to examine a service-learning experience in a Social Foundations course.
c. lynne hannah, Barri Tinkler, Holly Frye, J. Keith Leverett, & Dwayne Wright (2016). Reflections on the enactment of a critical service-learning experience. In A. S. Tinkler, B. E. Tinkler, V.M. Jagla, & J. R. Strait (Eds.) Service-learning to advance social justice in a time of radical inequality (pp. 41-64). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
Barri Tinkler, c. lynne hannah, Alan Tinkler, & E. Miller (2015). The impact of a social justice service-learning field experience in a social foundations course. Critical Questions in Education, 6(1), 16-29.
Using contact theory to frame a service-learning experience in a social foundations course. Presented at 2013 American Educational Studies Association Annual Conference in Baltimore, MD Nov. 1, 2013 by Barri Tinkler, c. lynne hannah, and Alan Tinkler.
Unearthing beliefs about teaching by examining works of art. Presented at the 12th Annual Curriculum & Pedagogy Conference, Akron OH, October 20, 2011 by c. lynne hannah.
Helping teacher candidates develop a critical perspective in a foundations course: A Freirian look at how teacher candidates interpret their service-learning experience. Presented at American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA. April 11, 2011 by c. lynne hannah, Barri Tinkler, and Elizabeth Miller.
Editorial Review Board: 2014. Reviewed manuscripts for Advances in Service-Learning Research series (Vol. 14), Service-Learning to Advance Social Justice in a Time of Radical Inequality published by Information Age Publishing.
Member, Regional Education Service Agency, 2015
Volunteer to represent Shepherd University at RESA VIII in Fall 2014
Social Justice education, Ecopedagogy