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Dawn T. Lambeth

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Education

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    • Professional Experience

      Associate Professor (2009-Present)
      Valdosta State University, Valdosta, Ga.

      Literacy Coach & English I Teacher (2017-Present)
      Sanderson High School, Wake County Schools, Raleigh, N.C.

    • Certifications

      Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE), University of Birmingham, 1996

      Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL), Solihull Technical College, 2001

      Superintendent's Certificate (K-12), North Carolina

      Principal's Certificate (K-12), North Carolina

      Teacher's Certificate, English & History (9-12), North Carolina

      Teacher's Certificate, Language Arts & Social Studies (6-8), North Carolina

      English Language Teaching, England

      Education, History & English (7-12), England

  • Selected Publications

    Lambeth, D. T. (2013). Perceptions of first-year teachers in an urban high school: The necessity for improvements of mentoring and induction. Lambert Academic Publishing.

    Journal Articles

    Lambeth, D. T., & Smith, A. M. (2016). Pre-service teachers’ perceptions of culturally responsive teaching. Journal of Negro Education, 85(1), 46-58.

    Dyer, S. P., Lambeth, D. T., & Martin, E. P. (2016). Effects of multimodal instruction on personal finance skills for high school students. i-manager’s Journal on School Educational Technology, 11(4), 1-17.

    Maxwell, D., Lambeth, D. T., & Cox, J. T. (2015). Effects of using inquiry-based learning on science achievement for first-grade students. Asia-Pacific Forum on Science Learning and Teaching, 16(1), article 2.

    Lovin, E., & Lambeth, D. T. (2015). Effects of information and communication technology on engagement and art production for eighth-grade students. i-manager’s Journal on School Educational Technology, 10(3), 13-25.

    Ravenel, J., Lambeth, D. T., & Spires, R. (2014). Effects of computer-based programs on mathematical achievement scores for fourth-grade students. i-manager’s Journal on School Educational Technology, 10(1), 1-7.