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DeAnna N. Owens

Asst Professor

Instruction Curriculum Leadership

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    • Owens, D. (2012). The impact of federal mandates on principalsí leadership styles:  Is it real? NCPEA Education Leadership Review, 1(13), 1-13.
    • Owens, D. & Key, S. (2012). Student centered learning: Instructional strategies that work. Delta Journal of Education, 2(2), 143-152.
    • Key, S. & Owens, D. (2012). Effective professional development for middle school educators: Increasing teachers' confidence. Tennessee Association of Middle Schools, 16(Spring), 10-25.
    • Key, S. & Owens, D. (2013). Inquiry: It is easier than you think? Journal of Mathematics and Science: Collaborative Explorations, 13(Spring), 111-145.
    • Owens, D. (2013). Technology in education: Key to college and career readiness. Classworks.com, Retrieved on November 4, 2014 from http://www.classworks.com/uploads/research/Technology2013_KeytoCCR.pdf.
    • Thompson, N., Owens, D., Key, S., & Seed, A. (2014). One University's middle school program in transition: Where we've been and where we're going. Current Issues in Middle Level Education, 19(1), 50-57.
    • Owens, D. & Hazlett, E. (2014). Making the change: STEM and CCSS in diverse middle school classrooms. Tennessee Association of Middle Schools, 18(Fall) 1-13.


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