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Dr. Deborah Goodwin

Assistant Professor

Educational Leadership

Office Location: Frank Young Education North, #113

Phone: (903) 886-5520

Email: Deborah.Goodwin@tamuc.edu



Publications

Books

A history of Cabot, Arkansas. Deborah Goodwin and Bob Schele A narrative and pictorial history of Cabot, Arkansas, Published 1990.

International Journal (Refereed)

Webb,A., Goodwin D. (2014) Comparing Teachers’ Paradigms with the Teaching and Learning Paradigm of Their State’s Teacher Evaluation System. Accepted and Pending Publication in Research in Higher Education Journal.

Goodwin D. Webb A. (2014) Toward a Common Understanding of Research Based Instructional Strategies. Accepted and Pending Publication in Research in Higher Education Journal.

Smith, C.F., Goodwin D. (2014) A Guided Self Empowerment Audit as a School Improvement Strategy. Accepted and Pending Publication in Research in Higher Education Journal.

Goodwin, D., Holman, D., & Clark, A. (2005). Assessment of an assessment class: A qualitative analysis of an action research project. Published in the Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on Education, January 2005.

Goodwin, D. & Holman, D. (2004). The role of storytelling in in-service and staff development. Published in the Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on Education.

Holman, D., Saleh, A., & Goodwin, D.(2004) Metacognition, the new basic skill. Published in the Proceedings of The Learning Conference, Havanna Cuba, July 2004.

Unpublished Manuscripts

Dissertation: A comparison of the teaching styles of non-traditionally and traditionally certified teachers in Arkansas. Arkansas State University, December 2003.

Master’s Thesis: An Andrewsian analysis of Julia Hughs Jones’ speech A greater voice in action. Arkansas State University, December 1996.

Other scholarly activities

Smith, C.F., Goodwin, D. Empowerment Self Evaluation Report: Brinkley High School. Fetterman & Associates. 2013.

Goodwin. D. A Paradigm Shift Long Overdue. Printed in The Administrator, a monthly newsletter of the Arkansas Association of Educational Administrators, March 2011. 

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