Faculty Consultant, Duke Service-Learning; Assistant Professor of the Practice, Program in Education
A primary focus of Amy’s work with Service-Learning is the development of an evaluation and assessment plan to measure the impact of service-learning on various constituents in the university community. As a professor in the Program in Education, Amy teaches service-learning courses in Foundations of Education and Critical Studies in Education. Amy’s research interests include service-learning, the assessment of service-learning outcomes, social foundations of education, curriculum theory, and feminist theory.
Anderson, A, and Marshall, C. "Doing collaborative research." Teaching/Learning Social Justice. Ed. C Marshall and A Anderson. Routledge, 2009.
Marshall, C, and Anderson, A. "Is it possible to be an activist educator?." Educator activists: Breaking past limits. Ed. C Marshall and A Anderson. Routledge, 2009.
Anderson, A. "Is there choice in educator activism?." Educator activists: Breaking past limits. Ed. C Marshall and A Anderson. Routledge, 2009.
Grumet, M, Anderson, A, and Osmond, C. "Finding form for curriculum research." The methodological dilemma: Creative, critical and collaborative approaches to qualitative research. Ed. K Gallagher. Routledge, 2008.
Hatt, BA, Quach, LH, Brown, SK, and Anderson, AL. "Coffee talk: Negotiating the hidden curriculum of graduate school." Journal of Curriculum Theorizing 25.1 (2009): 60-67. (Academic Article)
Rogers, DL, Bolick, CM, Anderson, AL, Gordon, E, McGlinn, M, and Yow, J. "“It’s about the kids:” Transforming teacher-student relationships through action research." Clearing House: A Journal of Educational Strategies, Issues and Ideas 80.5 (June 2007): 217-221. (Academic Article)