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Benton Brown

Benton Brown

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Academic qualifications

  • BA The George Washington University
  • MSc University of Central Arkansas
  • PhD University of Arkansas.

Professional qualifications

  • PhD, Public Policy, Education Policy Specialization, University of Arkansas
  • Master of Science in Community and Economic Development, University of Central Arkansas
  • Educator’s Certificate in Secondary Mathematics, Arkansas Department of Education
  • Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, The George Washington University
  • Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, The George Washington University.

Teaching specialism

  • Initial Teacher Education
  • Education Policy
  • Race and Education 
  • International Education
  • Mathematics Education
  • Education in the United States
  • Secondary Education.

Research and academic outputs

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Should we care about teacher diversity? Student perceptions of teachers of the same race
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Brown, B.M and Ritter, G (2017) 'Should we care about teacher diversity? Student perceptions of teachers of the same race.' In: ICERI2017 proceedings. IATED, pp. 5773-5782.


Virtual classrooms: constructing authentic, real-life experiences through technology
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Brown, B.M (2018) Virtual classrooms: constructing authentic, real-life experiences through technology. In: ATEE 2018 Winter Conference – Technology and Innovative Learning, 15 - 16 February 2018, Utrecht, Netherlands.


Built to suit: a case study of how local programs can address local teacher shortages
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Ritter, G and Brown, B.M (2017) Built to suit: a case study of how local programs can address local teacher shortages. In: ICERI2017: The 10th Annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, 16 - 18 November 2017, Barceló Renacimiento Hotel, Seville, Spain.


Should we care about teacher diversity? Student perceptions of teachers of the same race
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Brown, B.M and Ritter, G. (2017) Should we care about teacher diversity? Student perceptions of teachers of the same race. In: ICERI2017: The 10th Annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, 16 - 18 November 2017, Barceló Renacimiento Hotel, Seville, Spain.


Lads and lasses: teacher training in single-sex schools
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Brown, B.M and Parfitt, A (2017) Lads and lasses: teacher training in single-sex schools. In: UCET Annual Conference 2017, 7 - 8 November 2017, Crowne Plaza, Stratford-upon-Avon, UK.


Using a virtual classroom in initial teacher training: creating a safe place for practice
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Brown, B.M (2017) Using a virtual classroom in initial teacher training: creating a safe place for practice. In: VIII Forum on Intercultural Learning and Exchange, 2-4 November 2017, Colle Val d’Elsa, Italy.


Lads and lasses: teacher training in single-sex schools
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Brown, B.M and Parfitt, A (2017) Lads and lasses: teacher training in single-sex schools. In: ATEE Annual Conference 2017: Changing Perspectives and Approaches in Contemporary Teaching, 23 - 25 October 2017, Hotel Dubrovnik Palace , Dubrovnik, Croatia.


Does a teacher’s race matter?: The effect of teacher race on student perceptions in low-income schools
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Brown, B.M (2017) Does a teacher’s race matter?: The effect of teacher race on student perceptions in low-income schools. In: BERA: Bridging the Global Educational Gap, 22 - 23 June 2017, University of Worcester, Worcester, UK.


An experimental analysis of teacher risk preferences, ambiguity preferences, over-confidence, and competitiveness
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Brown, B.M, Crouch, M, Boyd, A.M, Deck, C and Bowen, D.H (2014) An experimental analysis of teacher risk preferences, ambiguity preferences, over-confidence, and competitiveness. In: The Association for Education Finance and Policy 39th Annual Conference: New Players in Education Finance and Policy, 13 - 15 March 2014, Marriott Rivercenter, San Antonio, TX, USA.


Finding quality: does one’s path to certification matter?
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Brown, B.M, Ritter, G, Crouch, M and Boyd, A.M (2014) Finding quality: does one’s path to certification matter? In: The Association for Education Finance and Policy 39th Annual Conference: New Players in Education Finance and Policy, 13 - 15 March 2014, Marriott Rivercenter, San Antonio, TX, USA.


The effectiveness of alternatively certified teachers from rigorous programs on math and literacy achievement: a systematic review
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Brown, B.M, Boyd, A, Burks, S and Vasile, A (2014) The effectiveness of alternatively certified teachers from rigorous programs on math and literacy achievement: a systematic review. In: 41st Annual Meeting of the Arkansas Political Science Association (ArkPSA), 28 February - 1 March 2014, American Heritage Center, Searcy, AR, USA.


Arkansas achievement data review
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Brown, B.M and Crouch, M (2013) Arkansas achievement data review. In: Arkansas Rural Education Association Fall Conference, November 2013, Embassy Suites, Hot Springs, AR, USA.


Student achievement and NSLA funding
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Brown, B.M and Ritter, G (2013) Student achievement and NSLA funding. In: Arkansas Association of Educational Administrators Fall Conference, 24 - 25 October 2013, Double Tree Hotel, Little Rock, AR, USA.


Traditional teacher pipeline: who are we missing?
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Brown, B.M and Ritter, G (2013) Traditional teacher pipeline: who are we missing? In: Northwest Evaluation Association Fusion Summer Conference, 26 - 28 June 2013, Portland, OR, USA.


The effect of teacher race on student perceptions in low-income schools
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Brown, B.M (2018) The effect of teacher race on student perceptions in low-income schools. PhD thesis, University of Arkansas.


Evaluating the Arkansas Teacher Corps: student and administrator perspective
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Brown, B.M (2016) Evaluating the Arkansas Teacher Corps: student and administrator perspective. University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.


Comments
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Black, P and Brown, B.M (2017) Comments. Next steps for the teaching workforce in Wales: initial teacher education, retention and continuing professional development. p. 63.


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