Douglas Kaufman

Associate Professor


Titles:

Associate Professor

Academic Degrees:

Ph.D., Reading and Writing Instruction, University of New Hampshire, 1998
B.A., Theater, Bates College, 1985

Areas of Expertise:

Literacy

Elementary Education

Teacher Education

Self-modeling

Teaching Methodology

Qualitative Research

Classroom Discourse

Classroom and Behavior Management

Selected Publications/Presentations:

Kaufman, D., & Moss, D.M. (In press). A new look at pre-service teachers’ conceptions of classroom management and organization: Uncovering complexity and dissonance. The Teacher Educator.

Kaufman, D. (2009). A teacher educator writes and shares: Student perceptions of a publicly literate life. Journal of Teacher Education, 60 (3), 338-350.

Moss, D.M., Osborn, T.A., & Kaufman, D. (Eds.). (2008). Interdisciplinary assessment in education. London: Routledge.

Kaufman, D. (2008). Assessment as process: Transdisciplinary self evaluation from a writer’s point of view. In T.A. Osborn, D.M. Moss, & D. Kaufman (Eds.), Interdisciplinary assessment in education. London: Routledge.

Kaufman, D., & Hartman, D.K. (2007). Reflections on reading pioneers and their biographers. In S.E. Israel & E.J. Monaghan (Eds.), Early reading pioneers: Contributions to the field of reading. (pp. 396-416). Newark, DE: International Reading Association.

Kaufman, D. (2003). Reading the world and writing to learn: Lessons from writers about creating transdisciplinary inquiry. In D. Kaufman, D.M. Moss, and T.A. Osborn (Eds.) Beyond the boundaries: A transdisciplinary approach to learning and teaching. (pp. 97-115). Westport, CT: Praeger.

Kaufman, D., Moss, D.M., & Osborn, T.A. (Eds.). (2003). Beyond the boundaries: A transdisciplinary approach to learning and teaching. Westport, CT: Praeger.

Kaufman, D. (2002). Living a literate life, revisited. English Journal, 91 (6), 51-57.

Kaufman, D. (2001). Organizing and managing the language arts workshop: A matter of motion. Language Arts, 79 (2), 114-123.

Kaufman, D. (2000) Conferences and conversations: Listening to the literate classroom. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

 

Contact Information
Emaildouglas.kaufman@uconn.edu
Phone860 486 0268
Mailing AddressUnit 3033
Office LocationGentry 412