Samantha A. Marshall
Department of Teaching and Learning
Samantha Marshall is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Teaching and Learning at Vanderbilt University. Her research seeks to theorize how teachers learn. She takes a sociocultural and sociopolitical perspective, collaborating with teachers and professional developers to both enhance practice and investigate teachers’ learning through a justice lens. She uses ethnographic methods of data collection and engages design-based research. Prior to graduate school, she taught high school mathematics and computer science, and then served as an instructional coach and curriculum designer for non-profits and schools. Samantha is a first-generation college graduate and a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow. Her work has appeared in Pedagogy, Culture, and Society, The International Journal of Critical Pedagogy, The Mathematics Enthusiast, Journal of Educational Foundations, and Journal of Teacher Action Research.
How Do Teachers Learn to Work Against Oppressive Systems? | September 29, 2020