Faith Maina
State University of New York
Oswego, N.Y.
E-mail: maina@oswego.edu

Faith Maina is Assistant Professor at State University of New York in Oswego. She is currently co-editor of the Journal of Authentic Learning, and a consultant for SOMA-NET.

Some Publications
Maina, Faith; Bonita Hampton & R. Deborah Davis. (Reviewed). Teaching Profession as a Career of Choice for Students of Colour. Special Issue of Teacher Education Quarterly: Recruiting teachers of colour through teacher education.

Maina, Faith & Barbara Shaffer (2006). Collaboration in Online Teaching: Library Instruction and Education Research. Journal of interactive learning. 5(1). http://www.ncolr.org/jiol

Maina, Faith (2004). Authentic Learning: Perspectives from Contemporary Educators. Journal of Authentic Learning. 1(1) http://www.oswego.edu/jal/

Maina, Faith (2003). The Invisible Sites of Social Injustice in Teaching Research: A Response to Russell Butson. Radical Pedagogy. 4(3) http://radicalpedagogy.icaap.org

Maina, Faith (2003). “Insider” Academic: Education Research or Advocacy. Canadian Journal of Native Studies. 23(2): 207-226

Maina, Faith (2002). The Practice of Teaching for Social Justice: Perspectives from an Education Research Course. Radical Pedagogy. 4(2) http://radicalpedagogy.icaap.org

Maina, Faith (1999). Participatory Action Research for Curriculum Change: Can Full Participation be achieved? Educational Insights, 5(1). http://www.educationalinsights.ca.

Maina, Faith (1997). Culturally Relevant Pedagogy: First Nations Education in Canada. Canadian Journal of Native studies, 17(2).

Chapters in Books
Maina, Faith (in press). "Female representation in Gikuyu popular music: A catalyst for domestic violence." (No Book Title). Kampala: Fountain Publishers.
Yang, Harrison & Faith Maina (2006). STEP on Developing Active Learning Community for an Online Course.  In Gabe Keri (ed). Ideas of teaching efficacy: sharing perspectives. El Cajon, California: National Social Science Press.
Maina, Faith (2004). Nurturing Reflective Practice to Enhance Online Interaction. In Gabe Keri (ed). Ideas of teaching efficacy: sharing perspectives. El Cajon, California: National Social Science Press.

 

 

 
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