Kimberly Heuschkel

EdD

Assistant Professor
Education

BA, Psychology, Rutgers University
MEd, Early Childhood/Elementary Education, Rutgers University
EdD, Early childhood/Elementary Education, Rutgers University

Courses Taught

Child Development and Learning I & II,
Observation I & II
Introduction to Early Childhood Education
Developing Language
Literacy and Numeracy Skills
Practicum I & II
Internship in Special Topics

Teaching Focus or Philosophy

Dr. Heuschkel has worked as an elementary school teacher as well as a teaching/literacy specialist and is a certified supervisor in the New Jersey public schools. Her research interests focus on critical pedagogy in the early childhood classroom, social justice education and theories of whiteness as they operate and inform the discourse and practices of teachers.

Publications

Ryan, S., De Lisi, R., & Heuschkel, K. (2012). Redesigning Ed.D. Programs: Reality and Opportunity Engender New Possibilities. In M. Macintyre Latta, M. & S. Wunder (Eds.), Placing Practitioner Knowledge at the Center of Teacher Education – Rethinking the Policies and Practices of the Education Doctorate. In E. Hamann & R. Hopson (Eds.), Education Policy in Practice: Critical Cultural Studies Series. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Ryan, S., Belzer, A., & Heuschkel, K. (2012). Integrating Practice into an Ed.D. Program in a Research Focused University. In M. Macintyre Latta, M. & S. Wunder (Eds.), Placing Practitioner Knowledge at the Center of Teacher Education – Rethinking the Policies and Practices of the Education Doctorate. In E. Hamann & R. Hopson (Eds.), Education Policy in Practice: Critical Cultural Studies Series. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Hyland, N. E. & Heuschkel, K. (2010). Fostering understanding of institutional oppression among U.S. pre-service teachers. Teaching and Teacher Education, 26(4), 821-29.
Heuschkel, K. (2006) [Review of the book Dealing with Disasters – Teaching about disasters and development for ages 11 to 16]. Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban Education, 4(2). From http://www.urbanedjournal.org/

Heuschkel, K. (2006). [Review of the book Crossing Over to Canaan: The Journey of New Teachers in Diverse Classrooms]. Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban Education, 4(1). From http://www.urbanedjournal.org/

Heuschkel, K. (2004). Differentiation Makes the Difference. Educational Viewpoints, 24(2), 13-14.

Kimberly Heuschkel
Contact
Office: 429 ETC
Phone: 267-341-3350