Hollins, Etta R(uth)
HOLLINS, Etta R(uth)
HOLLINS, Etta R(uth). American. Genres: Education. Career: Elementary schoolteacher in Parsons, KS, 1964-65; California State Department of Youth Authority, Paso Robles, classroom teacher, 1966-69; social studies teacher and dept head at middle schools in Seattle, WA, 1969-72; primary resource teacher at public schools in Sacramento, CA, 1972-73; consultant in multicultural education for public schools in San Mateo, CA, 1973-75; administrator of public schools in Palo Alto, CA, 1975-79; Education Service Center, Region XIII, Austin, TX, consultant in social studies and multicultural education, 1979-82; coordinator of teacher training program for public schools in Austin, 1982-84; University of Utah, Salt Lake City, assistant professor of educational studies, 1984-86; Weber State College, Ogden, UT, asst professor of teacher education, 1986-87; Delaware State University, Dover, associate professor of education and head of dept, 1987-88; California State University, Hayward, professor of teacher education, 1988-95; Washington State University, Pullman, professor of teaching and learning and dept head, 1995-98; Wright State University, Dayton, OH, College of Education and Human Services, professor of education and associate dean, 1998-2000. Publications: (with K. Spencer) A Conceptual Framework for Selecting Instructional Approaches and Materials for Inner City Black Youngsters, 1989; Schooling in a Context of Cultural Isolation (monograph), 1991; Culture in School Learning, 1996. EDITOR: (with J.E. King and W.A. Hayman, and contrib.) Teaching Diverse Populations, 1994; Transforming Curriculum for a Culturally Diverse Society, 1996; (with King and Hayman, and contrib.) Preparing Teachers for Cultural Diversity, 1997; (with E.I. Oliver, and contrib.) Reflective Teaching in a Culturally Diverse Society: Finding Pathways to Success, 1998. Contributor to books. Contributor of articles and reviews to academic journals. Address: University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0031, U.S.A.