Faculty profile

Barbara Beyerbach

Professor


Contact

206 Wilber Hall
315.312.2650
barbara.beyerbach@oswego.edu

Office hours

By appointment

Barbara Beyerbach Head Shot

Dr. Beyerbach is a professor of education and supports professional development schools in the region. She is published in the areas of professional development, social justice through the arts, and Professional Development Schools.  She works to bring mindfulness education to area schools.

Research

Social Justice Education
Mindfulness in Education
Activist Art and Social Justice Pedagogy

Publications

Beyerbach, B.  Davis, R. D., & Ramalho T.  (Eds.). (2017). Activist art in social justice pedagogy: Engaging students in glocal issues through the arts. Second edition. NY:  Peter Lang Publishing. 

Beyerbach, B (2014). On the way to Taos. On My Own Time Art Exhibit. Syracuse: Everson Museum.

Beyerbach, B. & Davis, R. D. (Eds.). (2011). Activist art in social justice pedagogy: Engaging students in global issues through the arts. NY: Peter Lang Publishing.

Beyerbach, B. (2011) . Social justice through the arts. In Beyerbach, B. & Davis, R. D. (Eds.), Activist art in social justice pedagogy: Engaging students in global issues through the arts. NY: Peter Lang Publishing.

Conferences

Beyerbach, B. & Ramalho, T. (2015, February). Mindfulness in the schools. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Educational Research Association, Sarasota Florida.

Awards and honors

SUNY Research Foundation Outstanding Researcher/Scholar Award, 2008

GESA Educational Alliance Senior Research Associate Director (with Dr. Marcia Burrell), 2006-Present

Project SMART featured on NYS Sharing Success Publication, Video, and CD Rom on Best Practice, 2001

SUNY Research Foundation Chancellors Award for Scholarship and Research, 2001

Performances and exhibitions

On my own time:  On the road to Taos,  Multimedia exhibited at Syracuse-- Everson Museum, Oct 2014

Education

Ph. D., Syracuse University, 1985 
Major: Teaching and Curriculum 

MS, State University of New York College at Oswego, 1976 
Major: Elementary Education

BA, State University of New York College at Oswego, 1974 
Major: Elementary Education 

Concentration: Psychology 

Certification: NY Permanent, Grades N - 6

Classes taught

Project SMART:  Mindful Language and Literacy
EDU 380 - Culturally Relevant Teaching
EDU 198 - The Ultimate Reality Show: Mindful Living