Faculty Directory

Faculty Profile


Cecelia Travick-Jackson, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Education

Email: jackson@callutheran.edu
Phone: 493-3087

Profile

With a doctorate in language, literature and sociocultural studies, Dr. Travick -Jackson' s dissertation focused on the role and relationship of religion to academic success among African-American women in academia.

Her bachelor's degree is in theater and her master's degree is in secondary education. She brings more than 20 years of experience as a high school teacher and drama director.

At CLU, she teaches courses in teacher education and action research.  She advises master's students with action research projects and serves on dissertation committees.

Education

  • B.S. from Hampton University
  • M.Ed. from University of Hartford
  • Ph.D. from University of New Mexico

Expertise

  • Action research
  • Lutheran religion in Madagascar Program Director for Master of Education Program Chaired university faculty and department chair search committees Chaired search committee for a principal at a Lutheran Day School Served on University Honor’s Committee
  • Institutional Review Board
  • Graduate and Professional Education Committee University Convocator Written and collaborated on publications in action research, mentorship and electronic portfolios
  • Presented at local, state, national and international conferences on the topic of action research, and educational leadership
  • Serve as an academic reviewer for American Education Research Association (AERA), California Council of Teacher Education (CCTE) and Sage Publishing Co.
  • Received award as an outstanding reviewer for the AERA Review of Educational Research Journal

Publications


Travick-Jackson (2011) . "Empowerment Research or Equivalent Research: One University's Journey into Action Research" i.e.: inquiry in Education. 2(2) http://digitalcommons.nl.edu/ie/vol2/iss2/4

Travick-Jackson, C. (2010, Spring). Visions for Teacher Educators: Perspectives on the Association of Teacher Educators’ Standards [Review of the book Visions for Teacher Educators: Perspectives on the Association of Teacher Educators’ Standards, edited by Klecka, C.L.; Odell, S.J.; Houston, W.R.& McBee, R.H.]. Issues in Teacher Education, 19(1).

Travick-Jackson, C. (2008).Classroom Action Research: Does it Word?. Hawaii International Conference on Education [CD-ROM] ISSN# 1541-5880. (Available from Hawaii International Conference on Education: http://www.hiceducation.org).

Gathercoal, P., Love, D., McKean, G. & Travick-Jackson, C. (2008). Webfolios: Past, Present and Future. Hawaii International Conference on Education [CD-ROM] ISSN# 1541-5880. (Available from Hawaii International Conference on Education: http://www.hiceducation.org).

Travick-Jackson, C., Erickson, D. (2007) Quality Educational Leadership through Active Engagement: Peer Mentoring in a Doctoral Program , American Education Research Association (AERA), Chicago, Il.

Erickson, Deborah and Travick-Jackson, Cecelia (2006). Creating Community Through Mentoring. Journal of Urban Learning, Teaching and Research. Vol. 2. (pp. 239-246)

Travick-Jackson, C., Erickson (2005) Meeting the Standards through Action Research: K-12 Assessment and Accountability, International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning, October, Cocoa Beach, Florida (Available from http://www.isetl.org/conference/ISETL05Proceedings.pdf )

Feedback Form