Diane Wood

Professor and Chair

Diane Wood

Contact Information

PHONE
OFFICE
Hawkins Hall, Room 417C

Education

Ed.D, Curriculum and Teaching, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1996

M.A. English, University of Nebraska at Omaha, 1982

B.A. English/Education, University of Nebraska, 1973

Areas of Expertise

Educational leadership, Professional development, Inclusive and empowering pedagogies, Professional teaching cultures

Publications

Most recent book

Whitford, B.L. & Wood, D.R. (2010). (Eds.) Teachers learning in community: Realities and possibilities. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.

Most recent articles

Wood, D.R. & Deprez, L. (2015). Reimagining possibilities for democratic education: Generative pedagogies in service to the Capability Approach. Learning for Democracy. V (3), 1-33.

Deprez, L. & Wood, D.R. (2012). Teaching for human well-being: Curricular implications for the Capability Approach. Journal of Human Development and Capabilities. 13 (3), 346-364.

Wood, D.R. (2011). And then the basals arrived: School leadership, learning communities, and professionalism. International Journal of Leadership in Education. 14 (4), 475-497.

Wood, D.R. (2011.). Still desperately seeking identity: Narrative inquiry for schools. Narrative Inquiry. 20 (2), 381-386.

Wood, D.R., Demulder, E., & Stribling, S. (2011). Teacher development as deliberative democratic practice: A precursor to educating for democratic citizenship. In Factis Pax. Special Issue: Skills, Values, and Beliefs for Today’s Democratic Citizenship. 5 (2), 235-257.

Wood, D.R. (2011.). Still desperately seeking identity: Narrative inquiry for schools. Narrative Inquiry. 20 (2), 381-386.

Turesky, E. & Wood, D.R. (2010). Kolb’s experiential learning as a critical frame for reflective practice. Academic Leadership: The On-line Journal. 8 (3).