Amy Price Azano Co-edited and Contributed to ‘Gifted Education in Rural Schools: Developing Place-Based Interventions’
May 3, 2021
Amy Price Azano, an associate professor in the School of Education, co-edited Gifted Education in Rural Schools: Developing Place-Based Interventions, Routledge Research in Achievement and Gifted Education (New York, New York: Routledge, 2021), with Carolyn M. Callahan.
Her individual contributions to the volume were: “Introduction to Promoting PLACE in Rural Schools,” pp. 1–8, with Callahan; “Stereotype Threat for Rural Students,” pp. 21–27, with alumna Erika Bass and doctoral student Heather Wright; “Place as Context and Content: Project Design” and “Developing a Place-Based Identification Process,” pp. 28–38 and 41–49 respectively, with Callahan; “Impact: Student Outcomes,” pp. 152–64, with Callahan, Svetlana Dmitrieva, Sunhee Park, and Michael F. Hull; “Case Study in Rural Appalachia,” pp. 186–204, with Michael S. Matthews and doctoral student Michelle Rasheed; and “Expanding the Promoting PLACE Model,” pp. 207–15, with Callahan. Included as well are “A Focus on Rural Gifted Education: Integrating the Literature” by Rasheed, pp. 11–20, with Callahan; and “Rural Families through the Eyes of Fourth-Grade Fiction Writers” by Rachelle Kuehl, Education, pp. 176–85.