Ed.D., The University of Oklahoma
M.Ed., Framingham State University
B.S., Southern Nazarene University
Graduate Programs in Curriculum and Instruction
Professor, Texas A&M University-Commerce. (1990-Present
Program Coordinator, MED/MS in Curriculum and Instruction, Texas A&M-Commerce (2004-Present
Program Coordinator, Master’s Cohort Program for Mesquite ISD Teachers, (1998-2010)
Former Department Head, Texas A&M-Commerce (1990-1994)
Professor and Department Chair, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, University of Nevada Las Vegas (1986-90)
Associate Professor, Dept. of Curriculum & Instruction, University of Houston – Main Campus (1976-86)
Associate Department Chair, Dept. Curriculum & Instruction, University of Houston – Main Campus (1984-86)
Associate Professor and Associate Department Chair, University of Central Oklahoma (1974-75)
Assistant Professor in Elementary Education, Southern Nazarene University, Bethany, Oklahoma (1970-74)
Classroom teacher, Elementary and Middle Grades, Framingham School District, Framingham, Massachusetts (1966-70)
EDCI 535, Leadership and Supervision in Elementary Schools
EDCI 538, Classroom Management
EDCI 595, Research Literature & Techniques
Dr. Stetson has published many journal articles, textbooks, and book chapters. He has also presented at national and regional conferences throughout the country. A few of his more recent or significant publications are listed here.
Stetson, R., Stetson, E., Sinclair, B., & Nix, K. (2012). Home Visits: Teacher Reflections about Relationships, Student Behavior, and Achievement.Issues in Teacher Education, 21(1), 21-37.
Stetson, R., Stetson, E., & Kelly, J. (2008). Are teachers ready for today's techie toddlers? In D.A. Willis, K. McFerrin, R. Webster, & R. Carlson (Eds.) Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Proceedings (pp. 3514-3518). Chesapeake, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education. ISBN: 1-880094-64-9.
Stetson, R., Stetson, E., & Anderson, K. (2007). What Administrators Should Know About Differentiated Instruction? The School Administrator, 8(64), 28.
Stetson, E. G., & Williams, R. P. (2004). Learning from social studies textbooks: Why some students succeed and others fail. Article 20 in Annual Editions; Critical Reading in the Content Areas –04/05, pp. 135-142. Dubuque, IA: McGraw-Hill/Dushkin (Reprint from Journal of Reading Vol. 36, No. 1, September 1992, pp 22-30).
Stetson, E., & Stetson R., (2005). The Stetson Spelling Program (2nd Ed.). Austin, TX: Pro-Ed.
Stetson, R., & Stetson, E. (2003). “Is the Technologically Competent Teacher Needed in a High Stakes Testing Environment?” Proceedings of the 13th Annual Conference of the European Teacher Education Network. London: The University of Greenwich.
Stetson, R., & Stetson, E. (2002). “Technology and Young Children: Implication for Teacher Education” Invited article in N. Hall & D. Springate, (Eds.). Occasional Papers. London: European Teacher Education Network, the University of Greenwich.
Stetson, M. R., Stetson, E. G., & Sattler J.M. (2001). Assessment of academic achievement. Chapter 17 in Sattler, J. M. (Ed.), Assessment of Children: Cognitive Applications (4th ed.). San Diego: Jerome M. Sattler, Publisher, Inc. 35pp.
Stetson, M. R., Stetson, E. G., & Sattler J.M. (2001). Assessment of receptive and expressive language. Chapter 18 in Sattler, J. M. (Ed.), Assessment of Children: Cognitive Applications (4th ed.). San Diego: Jerome M. Sattler, Publisher, Inc. 25 pp.
Stetson, E, G. & Stetson, M. R. (2001). Educational assessment in child psychology. Chapter 8 In Walker, E.C., and Roberts, M.C.Handbook of Clinical Child Psychology (3rd Ed.). New York: John Wiley and Sons. 26 pp.
Stetson, E.G., & Stetson, M.R. (2001). Research on spelling instruction. Chapter 2 in Stetson, E.G., & Stetson, M.R. (Eds.), Stetson Spelling Program: Instructor's Manual (2nd Ed.). Austin: Pro-Ed.
Stetson, E., Sandefur, S., Moore, L., Anderson, K., Foote, M., Weaver, S., & Vaughan, J. (2001). To form a more perfect union: How a university and a public school district collaborated to create a field-based master’s degree program in elementary education. Action in Teacher Education, 17 (2), 58-63.
Stetson, E. G., and Stetson, M. R. (1997). Overhauling teacher education: It takes a collaborative. Education, 117(No. 4), 487-495.
Stetson, E. G., Fournet, G., and Fullwood, H (1997). Six Elements for establishing solid collaborations. The School Administrator, 6(June, 1997), 38-39.
Stetson, E. G., Horn, J., and Stetson, M. R.. (1993). Project NET CPDT: A prototype of teacher education centers for the 21st century. Texas Teacher Education Forum, 18(Spring 1993), 23-34.
Stetson, E. G., and Williams, R. P. (1992). Learning from social studies textbooks: Why some students succeed and other fail. Journal of Reading, 36(1), 22-31.
Dr. Stetson teaches graduate courses online and advises students seeking the MED or MS degrees in Curriculum and Instruction. If you are interested in this program or wish to obtain a degree plan, please contact him at any time. Since he is at his computer most of the day, the fastest and easiest way to communicate is via email.
preferred Phone: 817-478-1817
Department Office: 903-886-5537