Principal Lecturer (Academic Development)
I work with the Academic Development team to create and support initiatives for expanding on the excellent teaching at the University of Sunderland in London.
We work closely with our lecturers and support staff to make sure you as students have an excellent experience during your time here and are set up for academic success.
I have over two decades of teaching experience, from primary-ages to graduate students.
Before joining the University, I was a tenured Associate Professor of Teaching and Learning in the United States.
I created and taught courses through field work, traditional lectures, hybrid teaching, online learning and international study.
-Cartwright, A. M. & Reeves, E. (Eds). (2019). Critical literacy for responsible civic engagement. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
- Reeves, E., Cartwright A. M., & Waddell, C. (2018). Mutually beneficial PDS models: What mutually beneficial looks like. Guest editors for School University Partnerships.
- Lynskey, A. C. (2013). Occupy classrooms: Teaching from a spiritual paradigm. In C. Dillard & C. Okpalaoka (Eds.) Engaging culture, race, and spirituality in education: New visions. New York: Peter Lang. Reviewed Book Contributions
- Cartwright, A. M. & Freeman, C. (2017). Movement in the Social Studies classroom. In S. C. Miller & S. F. Lindt (Eds.) Moving into the classroom. New York, NY: Springer Publishing.
- Cartwright, A. M. & Mills, M. (2017). Consortium models: Enhancing faculty led study abroad programs for pre-and in-service teachers. In H. An (Ed.) Handbook of research on efficacy and implementation of study abroad programs for P-12 teachers. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
- Cartwright, A. M. & Tyson, C. (2016). Making the political personal: Using film to teach social justice in social studies. In W. B. Russell & S. Waters (Eds.) Cinematic social studies: A resource for teaching and learning social studies with film. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc.
- McIntyre, C. J., Cartwright, A. M., & Miller, S. (2016). Process versus product: What are preservice teachers learning from ISL projects? In D. Polly (Ed.), Evaluating teacher education programs through performance-based assessments. Hershey, PA: IGI Global
- Cartwright, A. M., Reeves, E., & Curry, D. L. (2019). Mutually beneficial growth in culturally responsive teaching. In N. P. Gallavan & L. G. Putney (Eds.) ATE teacher education yearbook XXVI, building upon inspiration and aspirations with hope, courage, and strength (v.2): Tomorrow’s leaders in classroom and schools (pp 119-134), Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.
- Lynskey, A. C. (2015). Countering the dominant narrative: In defense of critical coursework. Educational Foundations, 28(1-4), 73-86.
- McIntyre, C. J., Miller, S., Lynskey, A. C., Whitehouse, P., & Woods, K. (2015). Process over product: Using undergraduate research to prepare preservice teachers for teaching inquiry in the secondary classroom. International Journal of Education and Social Science, 2(5), 38-43.
Reviewed Works in Press
- Cartwright, A. M. (In Press). A spiritual infusion: An anticolonial feminist approach to academic healing and transformative education. In J. Ford & N. Jaramillo (Eds.) Unsettling Curriculum. Champaign, IL: University of Illinois Press.
Invited Publications: Books
- Cartwright, A. M. & Reeves, E. K., (Eds.). (2018). Everyday diversity: Developing cultural competency and information awareness. San Diego, CA: Cognella.
- Cartwright, A. M. & Reeves, E. K. (2018). Teaching Social Studies literacy, not teaching Literacy through Social Studies. In T. Augustine (Ed.) Developing citizens for today and tomorrow: Teaching social studies for the middle grades. Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press.
- Reeves, E., Cartwright, A. M., & Curry, D. L. (2016). Strengthening culturally responsive teaching through existing professional development school partnerships. In J. Ferrara, J. L. Nath, I. N. Guadarrama, & R. Beebe (Eds.) Expanding opportunities to link research and clinical practice: A volume in research in professional development schools. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
Invited Publications: Articles
- Cartwright, A. M. (2018). Book review: These schools belong to you and me: Why we can't afford to abandon our public schools. Teachers College Record, Columbia University.
- Lynskey, A. C. (2008). We must use texts as a tool, not as a crutch. In Perspective. http://www.ohiorc.org/adlit/InPerspective/Issue/2008-03/Article/vignette2.aspx
I have a PhD in Multicultural and Equity Studies in Education, an MA in Drama, Literacy and Language Arts and a BA in Reading and Integrated Social Studies.
I also lead a multi-institutional international inquiry on the impacts of programme accreditation on the student experience.