Dr. Donna Breault
Dr. Donna Breault received her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Supervision from Georgia State University. Her research interests include John Dewey’s theory of inquiry and how it relates to curriculum theorizing, teacher education, and the nature and purpose of educational research. She has also studied school and university partnerships and trends in program development in higher education. Her recent publications include Curriculum as Spaces: Aesthetics, Community, and the Politics of Place (2014, Peter Lang, co-authors David M. Callejo-Perez & William L. White), Experiencing Dewey: Insights for Today’s Classroom (2014, Routledge, co-editor, Rick Breault), The Red Light in the Ivory Tower: Contexts and Implications of Entrepreneurial Education (2012, Peter Lang, co-author David M. Callejo-Perez), and Professional Development Schools: Researching Lessons from the Field (2012, Rowman & Littlefield, Co-author Rick Breault). In addition, Dr. Breault has published in The Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, Teacher Education and Practice, Teaching and Teacher Education, International Journal of Leadership in Education, Planning and Change: An Educational Policy Journal, Journal of Thought, Educational Forum, and Educational Studies. Much of Dr. Breault’s past experience in higher education included redesigning and developing graduate programs in leadership and working with doctoral students in educational leadership, curriculum studies, and higher education administration. Before entering the academy, Dr. Breault was an elementary and middle school teacher and administrator.