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Bradley Conrad is an assistant professor in the Education Department at Capital University in Columbus, Ohio where he teaches in the teacher education program. He graduated with a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Denver in 2011. He has published several articles in the areas of curriculum, teacher dispositions, and culturally responsive pedagogy.
Most recently he co-authored an article with Sally Creasap titled “The Use of Dispositional Assessment in Teacher Preparation Programs as a Means of Preparing Ethically Responsible Teachers” while also co-authoring an article titled “Finding the Balance Between Process and Product in Lesson Planning: The Perceptual Lesson Planning Model” with P. Bruce Uhrmacher and Christy Moroye.
He independently published an article in the area of culturally responsive teaching titled “Intentions and Beliefs: Why They Matter and a Conceptual Framework for Understanding Them in Culturally Responsive Teachers” and has several under review. In tandem with Paige Shalter Bruening, he is developing a teacher dispositions assessment instrument, which is in the process of field testing. He is a member of the editorial board for The Journal of Urban Learning, Teaching & Research while also serving as a periodic reviewer for Teacher’s College Record. He also is a founding member of the Elliot Eisner Special Interest Group in the American Educational Research Association (AERA) and an executive board member for the American Association for Teaching and Curriculum (AATC).