Liz Chase

Associate Professor
EdD, Curriculum and Teaching, Teachers College, Columbia UniversityMS, Teaching, Pace UniversityBA, Comparative Literature, Barnard College, Columbia University
Dr. Chase is an assistant professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction and the Founding Director of the Residency Internship for St. John's Educators (RISE) program, an extended clinical practice program for teacher candidates. Dr. Chase's research interests include teaching for social justice, gender and youth studies in education, and content knowledge within teacher education. Her work has appeared in numerous journals including Educational Studies: The Journal of the American Educational Studies Association, Educational Review, Discourse: Cultural Studies in the Politics of Education, and the International Journal of Leadership in Education. In November 2018, she received the Best Paper award from Educational Studies for her article: "Time, Third Space, and Counternarratives of Achievement for Young Mothers in High school."

Teaching Interests

(1) Preservice Teacher Education; (2) Critical Perspectives in Education; (3) Teaching for Social Justice

Research Interests

(1) Teaching for Social Justice; (2) Gender and Youth Studies in Education; (3) Content Knowledge / Curriculum Studies

Courses Taught

EDU
1016
THE ARTS IN INCLUSIVE SETTINGS
EDU
1021I
R.I.S.E INTERN/CHILDHOOD EDU
EDU
1021R
R.I.S.E RESIDENT/CHILDHOOD EDU
EDU
1022I
R.I.S.E INTERN/ ADOLESCENT EDU
EDU
1027
PLAN/INSTRUCT/ASSESS STUDNT-CH
EDU
1028
PLAN/INSTRUCT/ASSESS STUDNT-AD
EDU
1055H
ART OF WRITING FOR EDUC - HON
EDU
1055
ART OF WRITING FOR EDUCATORS
EDU
8006
PHILOSOPHIES OF EDUCATION
EDU
8009
CRIT & HIST PERS W/ED & ED RES
EDU
8014
ADV SEMINAR: LITERATURE REVIEW
Keywords:
  • Preservice Teacher Education
  • Urban Education
  • Women in Education
  • Alternate Conceptions of Achievement
  • Teaching and Mentoring