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Andrew Lumpe



  • Higher Ed: Education 


Ph.D., Kansas State University, Curriculum & Instruction, 1992

M.S., Kansas State University, Secondary Education, 1990

B.A., Washburn University, Biology , 1983



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Wicks, D., Craft, B., Lee, D., Lumpe, A., Henrikson, R., Baliram, N., Bian, X., Mehlberg, S., & Wicks, K. (2015). An Evaluation of Low Versus High-Collaboration in Online Learning. Online Learning Journal, 19(4).

Wicks, D. & Lumpe, A. (2015). Electronic Portfolios as Pedagogy: Authentic Assessment of Teacher Knowledge and Skills. In C. Craig & L. Orland-Barak (Eds.) International Teacher Education: Promising Pedagogies. Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald Publishing.

Lumpe, A. T., Vaughn, A., Henrikson, R., & Bishop, D. (2014). Teacher professional development and self-efficacy beliefs. In C. M. Czerniak, R. Evans, J. Luft, C. Pea (Eds.), The Role of Science Teachers Beliefs in International Classrooms: From Teacher Actions to Student Learning. Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

Soine, K., & Lumpe, A.T. (2014). Measuring characteristics of teacher professional development. Teacher Development, 18(4), 303-333.

Lumpe, A. T., Czerniak, C. M., Haney, J. J., & Beltyukova, S. (2012). Beliefs about Teaching Science: The Relationship between Elementary Teachers Professional Development and Student Achievement. International Journal of Science Education, 34(1-2), 153-166.