Elizabeth Johnston's Blog

Elizabeth Johnston's Blog

Exploring KWB 2019: Dr. Elizabeth Johnston, EdD and Dr. June Cade, EdD

June 23, 2019

Listen, Learn and Discuss (KWB)

Hear about new research studies, and join informal conversations.

Hospitality at the 2018 Virtual KWB conference

The 2018 Knowledge without Boundaries (KWB) annual conference evolved from a traditional face to face to a virtual ex

A Better Future: Faculty Appreciation Commemorative Blog-

As educators, we belong to one of the most positive of human institutions, one that serves the human need to learn mo

Teaching and Learning with the Arts Research Group

Teaching and Learning with the Arts


Thoughts for Doctoral Students: The Power of Writing

Writing well is required to assure success as a doctoral student.

Get the Right Tools for Research

Writing well remains a critical component of graduate student success.

Use Questions to Develop an Outline

I find that to really understand something, I must ask and answer questions.

Develop a Research Interest Early in Your Doctoral Program

Doctoral students can read with purpose if they develop a research interest during early classes. 

Question as You Read

Paul and Elder (2000) claimed that answers are privileged above questions in our society - witness every textbook that contains assertion after assertion, each of which is actually the answer to a question. The answers are published, but not the questions. Asking the right questions while reading can be very helpful to learners in advanced social studies.