Elizabeth Bloom, Associate Professor and Chair of Education Department

308 Clark Hall
bloome@hartwick.edu
607-431-4945

Areas of expertise:
sociological foundations of education; educational psychology; social studies education.
Education:
Ed.D., Binghamton University

Recent courses taught:

  • Social and Philosophical Foundations of Education
  • Interdisciplinary Student Teaching Seminar
  • Curriculum and Instruction
  • Educational Psychology
  • Ethnography in Education
  • Creating a Positive Learning Environment

Selected Publications:

  • Bloom, Elizabeth and VanSlyke-Briggs, K. (2016). The Wages of Sin: The Demise of Creativity and Self-Efficacy in Tomorrow’s Teachers. Critical Education.
  • Bloom, Elizabeth (2016). Creativity as a Casualty: The Impact of Two Decades of Education Reform on the Next Generation of Teachers. The Sentinal. Vol. 16. No. 5. January 2016
  • Bloom, Elizabeth, Kjersti VanSlyke-Briggs, Danielle Boudet (Eds.) (2015). Resisting Reform: Reclaiming Public Education Through Grassroots Activism. Information Age Publishing, Inc., Charlotte, NC.
  • Bloom, Elizabeth The Many Headed Hydra. In Bloom, Elizabeth, Kjersti VanSlyke-Briggs, Danielle Boudet (Eds.) Resisting Reform: Reclaiming Public Education Through Grassroots Activism. Information Age Publishing, Inc., Charlotte, NC.
  • Bloom, Elizabeth, Barbara Regenspan and Jennifer McDowall (2013) On the Ramparts: EdTPA and the Fight to Reclaim Our Beloved Profession. In Kate O’Hara (Ed.) Teacher Evaluation: The Charge and the Challenges. New York, NY Peter Lang Publishing. Honorable Mention from the Society of Professors of Education Book Award
  • Bloom, Elizabeth (2013) The Scrub Club. In Patricia Leavy (Ed.) Fiction as research practice: Short stories, novellas, and novels (95-145) Walnut Creek California: Left Coast Press, Inc.

College Service and Professional Affiliations:

  • Vice Chair, Division of Social Sciences
  • Member, Committee on Academic Standards
  • NYS Association of Teacher Educators
  • NYS Foundations of Education Association
  • National Council of History Educators
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