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Biography

Dennie L. Smith

Department of Educational Administration and Human Resources

Texas A&M University

Professor


E-mail: denniesmith@tamu.edu


Qualifications

1969 Ed.D., Social Science Education Educational Administration, Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama

1967 M.Sc., Education, Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia

1965 B.Sc., Education, Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia


Publications (Selected)

Books

1. Valesky T., Horgan, D., Etheridge, C., & Smith, D. (2003). Training for quality school-based decision making: The total teamwork system.  Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press.

2. Smith, L., & Smith, D. (1990). Social studies: Detecting and correcting special needs. Needham Heights, MA: Allyn and Bacon.

3. Smith, D. (1985). High tech, high touch instructional skills. Boston: Ginn Publishing Company.

4. Smith, D., & Smith. L. (1985). Seeing through stone: A teachers guide to lessons in studio poetry. Memphis, TN: St. Luke’s Press.

5. Smith, D. (1984). Tennessee: Land, history and government. New York: Steck Vaughn.

6. Smith, D. (1973). WEB: A simulation of working in an educational bureaucracy. Lakeside, CA: Interact Company.

Book Chapters

1. Joshi, R.M., Binks, E., Hougen, M., Ocker-Dean, E., Graham, L., & Smith, D. (2009). Teachers’knowledge of basic linguistic skills: Where does it come from? In Rosenfield, S., & Berninger, V. (Eds.) Handbook on implementing evidence based academic interventions, (pp 605-626).  New York: Oxford University Press.

2. Smith, D., Smith, L., & Hawkins, J.  (2004). Basic social studies:  Relevant topics, process, and strategies.  In J. Choate (Ed.), Successful inclusive teaching: Proven ways to detect and correct special needs (4th ed., pp. 336-366).  Boston:  Allyn and Bacon.

3. Smith, D. (2000).  A reflective mentoring model.  In C. Chance (Ed.), Professional development schools. Washington, D.C.:  National Education Association.

4. Smith, D., & Smith, L. (2000). Basic social studies:  Relevant topics, process, and strategies.  In J. Choate (Ed.), Successful inclusive teaching: Proven ways to detect and correct special needs (3rd ed. pp. 336-366).  Boston:  Allyn and Bacon.

5. Smith, L., & Smith, D. (1997). Social studies: Topics, process, and strategies.   In J. Choate (Ed.), Successful inclusive teaching: Proven ways to detect and correct special needs (2nd ed., pp. 336-366). Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

6. Smith, L., & Smith, D. (1993). Social studies: Topics, process, and strategies.   In J. Choate (Ed.), Successful mainstreaming: Proven ways to detect and correct special needs (pp. 336-366). Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

7. Smith, D. (1986). Survey models for conducting research.  In C. Cornblatt (Ed).  An invitation to research in social education: (Bulletin No. 77, pp. 28-39). Washington, DC: National Council for the Social Studies.

8. Smith, D. (1977). Introspection: Personal evaluation and feedback.  In A handbook of structured experiences for human relations training, Vol. 6 (pp. 57-60). La Jolla, CA: University Associates.


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