Dr. Stephen Rushton

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Phone: 941-359-4345

Curriculum Vitae: CV

Email: srushton@sar.usf.edu

Office: B315

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Stephen Rushton is an Associate Professor at the University of South Florida, Sarasota-Manatee, where he supervises student teachers and teaches both graduate and undergraduate courses in creativity, classroom management, and the writing process. He has twice been the recipient of the Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award (2001, 2007), and also winner of the Outstanding Professor Award (2003) presented by the graduating class. Professor Rushton has participated, trained and supervised numerous workshops both nationally and internationally (most recently in Malaysia, the Philippines and India). He specializes in communication skills and interpersonal relationship within the learning process.

Education

Ph.D., University of Tennessee
M.Sc.,University of Tennessee
B.Ed., Queen’s University
B.Sc., Trent University

Research

Rushton, S., Jenni Menon-Mariano, J. & Wallace, T. (2012). Program selection among pre-service teachers according to their Myers-Briggs Type Inventory profiles on different Colleges of Education. Creative Education, 3,1 16-23.

Rushton, S. & Juola-Rushton, A. (2011). Linking brain principles to high-quality early childhood education. Exchange. November, 8-11

Larkin, E., Kaplan, M., & Rushton, S. (2010). Designing brain healthy environments for intergenerational programs. Journal of Intergenerational Relations.8,2. 161-176

Juola-Rushton, A., & Rushton, S. (2010). Linking 1st-grade economics unit to children’s literature: A brain-based approach. Children our Concern: FAYEC, Fl, 3,1.

Rushton, S., Juola-Rushton, A., & Larkin, E. (2009). Neuroscience, play, and early childhood education: Implications, connections and assessment. Early Childhood Education Journal, 37,5. 351-361.

Carr, J., Fauske, J., & Rushton, S. (2008). Teaching and leading from the inside out: A model for reflection, exploration and action. Oakview, CA: Corwin Press.

Rushton, S. (2008). Classroom learning environment, brain research and the No Child Left Behind initiative: Six years later. Early Childhood Education Journal, 36,1. 87-92

Rushton, S., & Jackson, M., & Richard, M. (2007). Teacher’s Myers-Briggs personality profiles Identifying effective teacher personality traits. Teaching and Teacher Education. 4,66, 433-441.