Researchers - Faculty of Education

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Researchers - Faculty of Education

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Sandra Bosacki

Dr. Bosacki is a faculty member in Education whose teaching and research interests include sociocognitive, emotional, moral, and spiritual development within diverse cultural and educational contexts.  Her specific interests focus on the socioemotional world of grade-schoolers within the classroom.  Dr. Bosacki's current research projects include the exploration of how children's ability to understand human thoughts and feelings connects with their self-conceptions, peer relations, and language competence within the grade school setting.  She is an associate editor of the International Journal of Children's Spirituality and is the author of the following books entitled The culture of classroom silence, and Children's emotional lives: Sensitive shadows in the classroom.

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Chunlei Lu

Dr. Chunlei Lu teaches and studies health education and physical education. His research evolves from the overlapped areas of health, education, culture, and physical activity. More specifically, he is interested in the wholistic health, mindfulness, Eastern and Western approach to health and physical activity, comprehensive school health, comprehensive school physical activity programs, children and adolescent enjoyment and habit development of physical activity, physical activity in early childhood education, Chinese immigrant health, and easy-play model for lifelong sports.