The educators of the graduate program in Education at Messiah frequently publish and present quality scholarship in their field and in the context of their vibrant Christian faith.


Submissions from 2017

Busting Myths about English Language Learners, Jan Dormer

Submissions from 2014


Graduate Student Preferences for Practicing Faith in Online Coursework, Maude S. Yacapsin

Submissions from 2010

Christian and Critical English Language Educators in Dialogue: Pedagogical and Ethical Dilemmas, Jan Edwards Dormer

Submissions from 2009

Language Development for MKs, Jan Dormer

Submissions from 2007

Relationships between Native and Non-native English-speakers for Missions, Jan Dormer

When Teachers don’t Speak English, Jan Dormer

Submissions from 2006

Lack of Native Speakers not the Problem, Jan Dormer

Teacher Learning in a School-University Partnership: Exploring the Role of Social Trust and Teaching Efficacy Beliefs, Jennifer L. Fisler and William A. Firestone

Submissions from 2003

A Decade of Charter Schools: From Theory to Practice, K. Bulkley and Jennifer L. Fisler

Submissions from 2002

Politics, Community, and Leadership in a School-University Partnership, W. A. Firestone and Jennifer L. Fisler

Submissions from 2000

Sex Differences on the SAT: An Analysis of Demographic and Educational Variables, J. W. Young and Jennifer L. Fisler