Faculty Lecture Series: Dr. Elaine Mangiante and Dr. Tracy Pelkowski
"Studies of Skill Development for Novice and Early-Career Teachers"
Join Dr. Elaine Silva Mangiante and Dr. Tracy Pelkowski, Associate Professors from the Education Department, as they present the results of their research published in the book, Teaching and Learning for Adult Skill Acquisition: Applying the Dreyfus and Dreyfus Model in Different Fields. This book highlights the work of scholars/practitioners who use the Adult Skill Acquisition Model to inform the teaching and promotion of a learner’s growth in a career across six stages of skill development: novice. advanced beginner, competent, proficient, expert, and mastery.
Dr. Silva Mangiante will present findings and implications from a three-year longitudinal study of a pre-service teacher’s evolving understanding and enactment of skills for teaching during her elementary teacher preparation program while also serving an as undergraduate researcher in engineering education.Dr. Pelkowski will describe how she used the skill acquisition model to analyze the culturally responsive practices of three secondary social studies teachers. Data indicated that participants ranged from novice to approaching the competent stage regarding Gay’s (2010) characteristics of culturally responsive pedagogy. Results suggest that teachers need ongoing training and support in the development of critical consciousness and culturally responsive areas of practice.
Elaine Silva Mangiante, PhD, is an Associate Professor in the Education Department specializing in math, science, and engineering design education at the elementary level. Her research interests include strategies for elementary science and engineering education, effective teaching practices, promotion of students’ social norms of interaction, urban education, and mentoring for teacher development from novice to expert.
Tracy Pelkowski, PhD, is an Associate Professor and Program Coordinator of Secondary Education at Salve Regina University. Her scholarship focuses on how to prepare culturally responsive, anti-racist secondary educators as one means to promote equity in education. Tracy has presented research at numerous conferences in the U.S. and abroad, including the American Educational Research Association, the National Council of Social Studies, and the International Conference on Learning.
- Wednesday, September 14, 2022
- 4:00pm - 5:30pm
- McKillop Library - East Wing
Displays in the Library
Meet Someone New: Read a Memoir
Find a memoir to take you through the rest of the semester. Each carefully selected title comes with its own review to help you find your next read.
Display by: Dawn Emsellem-Wichowski, Director of Library Services
From the University Archives
Celebrating 75 Years: What Salve Wore
From Salve Regina’s founding, its students have presented themselves as part of its community by what they wore. Tradition governed many of these garments in the early days, but even as the college evolved into a university, students have found ways to display their school pride. This display shows some of the garments that have helped create the Salve Regina identity over the past 75 years.
Display curator: Genna Duplisea, Archivist and Special Collections Librarian
The Victorian era spawned "sensation fiction" and built on the Gothic genre established in the late 18th-century. Many classic monsters and horror stories originated in this period, and it has continued to inspire writers exploring fear through ghosts, science, and the body.
Display by: Genna Duplisea, Archivist and Special Collections Librarian
2nd floor, Curriculum Resource Center
Hispanic Heritage Month
Explore dual-language books from the Curriculum Resource collection celebrating Hispanic heritage.
Display by: Regina Connolly, Education & Instruction Librarian