Charlotte Boger, Associate Professor, Department of Middle Grades, Secondary and Special Subjects; B.A. English (Livingstone College); M.Ed. Early Childhood Education & Reading (Texas Woman's University, 1975); Ph.D. Reading & Early Childhood Education (Texas Woman's University, 1982). Dr. Boger came to Fayetteville State university in 1986. Prior to coming to Fayetteville State university, Dr. Boger taught in North Carolina and Texas. Her specialty areas include learning to teach, teacher socialization and portfolio assessment.
The Effects of Training in Test-Wiseness, Test Construction, and Higher Level Thinking Skills on NTE Scores of Blacks, Georgia Association of Teacher Education Journal, Fall 1990, 3, 14-23.
The Relationship Between Teacher Performance, Standardized Tests and Other Admission Requirements, College Students' Journal.
Helping Pre-service Teachers Develop and Sustain Positive Attitudes Towards Culturally Diverse Students. Excelsiorgraph, II(I). Monograph of the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Spring, 1994.
Professional Education Seminar
Methods of Teaching Reading in the Secondary Schools