Jinhee Kim

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Associate Professor, Department of Elementary and Early Childhood Education 

My  intertwined research areas include immigrant children and families, children in poverty (especially, children experiencing homelessness), and marginalized children’s voices in the school curriculum. Through my scholarship, I would like to contribute to make those children's voices heard and empower them so that school systems understand and support them. 

Research areas: immigrant children & families, children in poverty (children experiening homelessness), curriculum, teacher education, qualitative research. 

 

Courses taught:

Undergraduate courses

ECE 3313         Preschool Curriculum & Assessment 

ECE 3305        Classroom Assessment for Elementary Teachers 

 

Graduate courses

ECE 7511         Trends and Issues in Educational Inquiry in Elementary and Early Childhood Education 

ECE 7513         Educational Equity in Early Childhood and Elementary Settings 

ECE 7531         Reflective Inquiry for Elementary and Early Childhood Educators 

ECE 7543        Professional Application of Inquiry for Elementary and Early Childhood Educators 

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