Developing Servant Leaders. Transforming Lives.
College of Edcuation Faculty at Dallas Baptist University

Dr. Sharon Lee

Professor of Education, Director of Research in K-12 Education

Dr. Sharon Lee Office: Education Building #109, Main Campus
sharon@dbu.edu
214-333-5466

Educational Background
  • B.A., Texas A&M University
  • M.A., Texas A&M University
  • Ph.D., Texas A&M University

 

Books
  • Patterson, L., Stansell, J., Lee, S. (1988). Teacher Research: From Promise to Power. Katonah, NY: Richard Owens Publishers.

 

Book Chapters
  • Lee, S. (1997). Teaming in the rural middle school. In Teaming in Middle Schools: We gain more than we give. Dickinson, T. and Erb, T. (Eds.) Columbus, OH: National Middle School Association.
  • Lee, S. and Zuercher, N. (1993) Promoting Reflection through Dialogue Journals. In Teachers are researchers: Reflection and action. Patterson, L., Santa, C., Short, K., Smith, K. (Eds). Newark, DE: International Reading Association.
  • Ray, K., Lee, S., Stansell, J. (1989).  New methods, old theories, and teacher education:  Some observations of writing in a third-grade classroom. In Solving Problems in Literacy: Learners, Teachers, and Researchers.  35th Yearbook of the National Reading Conference.  Rochester, NY: NRC.

 

Refereed Journals
  • Lee, S. and Ray, B. (2016) Feedback as the cornerstone for mentoring and coaching doctoral students. Developmental Networks: The Power of Mentoring and Coaching. Albuquerque, NM:  University of New Mexico Mentoring Conference.
  • Lee, S. (2015). Doctoral Success through Relationship Building and Mentoring. New perspectives in mentoring: A quest for leadership excellence and innovation. Albuquerque, NM:  University of New Mexico Mentoring Conference.
  • Lee, S. (2011) Building Community in the Online Classroom. Forum for Christian Teacher Educators: What Role Does Christian Higher Education Play in the Changing Landscape of Education? ACSI/Purposeful Design.
  • Lee, S. (1996). Can educators communicate with the religious right? The nature of the dialogue. The New Advocate, 9(2).  pp. 123-135
  • Lee, S. and Milburn, C. (1994). Implementing middle school concepts in rural areas:  Problems and solutions. Middle School Journal 26(1), pp. 7-12.
  • Lee, S. and Wiseman, D. (1991). Touching the lives of young adolescents with award winning literature. The Middle School Journal, 23(2).
  • Emans, R., Lee, S., Monroe, V., Monroe, D. (1989). The debate over the liberal education of elementary school teachers. Action in Teacher Education, 11(2).  (The Journal of the Association of Teacher Education.)
  • Lee, S. and Stansell, J. (1988). Getting middle school students on the road to lifelong reading. Reading: Exploration and Discovery, 11(1), pp. 27-33.
  • Wiseman, D. and Lee, S. (1988). How teachers learn from their classrooms. Teaching and Learning: The Journal of Natural Inquiry, 2(3), pp. 14-22.
  • Lee, S., Loven, R., & Stansell, J. (1988)  Process writing workshops: A move to teacher research. In National Reading and Language Arts Educators’ Conference Proceedings. Kansas City, KS: NRLA.
  • Wiseman, D. and Lee, S. (1986) Collaboration for enhanced learning: Grouping in middle and junior high school. Reading Education in Texas 3(3). pp. 75-81.

 

Scholarly Presentation (2011-Present)
  • Lee, S. and Ray, B.  (2016). Feedback as the cornerstone for mentoring and coaching doctoral students. Developmental Networks: The Power of Mentoring and Coaching. Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Mentoring Conference.
  • Lee, S. (2015). Doctoral Success through Relationship Building and Mentoring. New perspectives in mentoring: A quest for leadership excellence and innovation. Albuquerque, NM:  University of New Mexico Mentoring Conference.
  • Lee, S. (2013). Developing literacy among human sex trafficking victims. Part of a panel discussion: Broadening Contexts for Literacy Access: From Bondage to Empowerment. Dallas, TX:  Literacy Research Association.
  • Lees, S. (2014). Social Justice in the Muslim World. Cedar Hill, TX: Muslim Believers Conference.
  • Lee, S.  (2014).  Social Justice and the Ethics of Gifted Education. Dallas, TX: ACSI Annual Conference.
  • Lee, S. (2011). Strategies & Tools for Building Community in the Online Classroom.

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