Resources

Coming Soon

The center will undertake a project beginning in Fall 2020 to review and post online resources for families and educators. We aim to offer a curated list of culturally responsive, evidence-based, reliable sources of information to help you in your efforts to support all learners. If you have an online resource to recommend, please contact us at chriswalshcenter@framingham.edu.

A long-term goal is also to provide a library of physical resources (books, curriculum materials, and equipment) for use on campus and to be borrowed for off-campus use. If you have books and resources that you would like to donate to the center, please contact us at chriswalshcenter@framingham.edu.

Research

The center's mission will include opportunities for faculty members to propose and conduct research in partnership with educators and families in the region. Please see below for recent research conducted at Framingham State University with relevance to the center.

Cressey, J. M. (2020). Universal design for learning: Culturally responsive UDL in teacher education. In M. T. Grassetti & J. Zoino-Jeannetti (Eds.), Next Generation Digital Tools and Applications for Teaching and Learning Enhancement. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Cressey, J. M. (2019). Developing culturally responsive social-emotional and behavioral supports. Journal of Research in Innovative Teaching and Learning 12(1), 53-67.

Donohue-Keegan, D., Villegas-Reimers, E., & Cressey, J. (2019). Integrating social-emotional learning and culturally responsive teaching in teacher preparation programs: Progress and potential in Massachusetts. Teacher Education Quarterly, Fall 2019.