APSU employees announce their professional, scholarly achievements
Clarksville, TN – Three faculty and staff members atrecently announced publications or conferences attended as part of their professional and scholarly activities.
Dr. Jill Franks, professor of languages and literature, had her book, titled “Voices of Irish and British Women Writers: A Comparative Feminist Analysis,” accepted for publication by McFarland and Company. It is scheduled for release in Spring 2013.
Connie Sanders, director of the Child Learning Center, presented at the Tennessee Association for the Education for Young Children State Conference on October 11th-12th. The topics discussed were mathematics, science, literacy and art (block centers concept), as well as how to change a preschool playground to a safe green space without breaking the budget.
In addition, Sanders was the guest speaker at the Franklin Special School District on October 19th in Williamson County. Topics discussed were the block center concepts of mathematics, science, literacy and art, expansion of the storybook to all interest areas, and benefits children should gain from sensory tables. All topics covered the Tennessee Early Learning Standards.