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Sean Buckreis, PhD

Assistant Professor

PhD, Curriculum and Instruction (Specializations: Curriculum Theory and Mathematics Education),
Louisiana State University
MA, Curriculum and Instruction (Specializations: Curriculum Theory and Mathematics Education),
Louisiana State University
BS, Mathematics (Minor: Chemistry), Northern Arizona University
sbuckreis@barry.edu
305-899-3743

Sean Buckreis joined the faculty of the Adrian Dominican School of Education in the Fall of 2012. He has taught at the primary and secondary level in public schools in both Japan and the United States and routinely teaches in graduate courses and mentors teachers in Central America, the Caribbean, and Asia.

Dr. Buckreis’ fields of inquiry are teacher education, mathematics education, and curriculum theory. His conceptual influences include philosophy (especially post-structuralism, postmodernism, and pragmatism), complexity science, and historiography.

Selected Publications (Refereed)

  • Buckreis, S. (2012). Education as a journey: Exploring the third space of Hongyu Wang’s the call from the stranger on a journey home. Journal of Curriculum Theorizing. 28(1) 90-97.

Selected Presentations (Refereed)

  • Buckreis, S. (2013). On Becoming a Teacher: Challenges, Tensions, and Possibilities. The 2nd International Conference on the Reform of Curriculum and Teaching and Teacher Development. Hangzhou, China.
  • Buckreis, S., Smitherman Pratt, S., & Appelbaum, P. (2012). Destabilizing methodologies: Teacher education as a complex endeavor. Presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (AAACS) National Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia
  • Buckreis, S. (April, 2011). Historicizing and reconceptualizing teacher education. Presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (AAACS) National Meeting, New Orleans, LA.
  • Buckreis, S. (November, 2010). The emergent classroom: Exploring the connections between Dewey’s aesthetic experience and complexity theory. Presented at the Complexity Science and Educational Research Conference, Shanghai, China

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