Ms. Randi Beth Wolfe
, Tikkun Consulting
BiographyRandi B. Wolfe, PhD, has more than 35 years of experience working in early care and education, family support, teacher preparation, and workforce and organizational development. She has both theoretical and practical understanding of children and families, having taught preschool, directed a day care center, developed and directed a community-based family support center, earned an EdM in Instructional Leadership at the University of Illinois, and earned a PhD in Human Development and Social Policy at Northwestern University.
Curriculum VitaeView Randi Wolfe's CV.
|1997||PhD, Human Development and Social Policy||Northwestern University|
|EdM, Instructional Leadership||University of Illinois|
|1997||Listening to Children: Three Studies Toward Developing, Evaluating, and Replicating a New Approach to Parent Education, Support, and Empowerment|
Selected PublicationsIngram, M., Wolfe, R., & Lieberman, J. (2007). Parent involvement and effective schools: The role of parents in high-achieving schools serving low-income, Ďat-riskí populations. Education and Urban Society, 39: 479-497.
Mutuku, M., Wolfe, R., & Dunn, M. (2006). Kenya literacy project: Addressing the achievement gap through collaboration and partnership in K. Mutua & C.S. Sunal (Eds.), Crosscurrents and crosscutting themes (pp. 19-36). Greenwich, CN: Information Age Publishing.
Choosing to include gay issues in ECE teacher preparation coursework: One professorís journey (2006). Wolfe, R. B.. Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education, 27: 195-205.
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