Lynne Stover

 

Associate Director, Center for Economic Education
stoverlf@jmu.edu
Contact Info

Areas of Expertise
  • K-12 Economic Education
  • Curriculum Development
  • National Council for the Social Studies: Notable Trade Books Selection Committee
Positions Held
  • 2005-present, Associate Director of Program- JMU Center for Economic Education
Select Publications

Books:

  • Fantastic Social Studies Lessons Using Literature, Lynne Stover. Pieces of Learning, 2005.From Snicket to Shakespeare: Connecting Contemporary Tales to the Classics.  Lynne Farrell Stover Upstart Books, 2006.

Print Articles:

  • 43 Old Cemetery Road Series. LibrarySparks: Engaging Activities to Reach Every Reader. Vol. 11, No.9, May/June, 2014.
  • The Bully in Children’s Literature: Tales of Triumph over Torment. LibrarySparks: Engaging Activities to Reach Every Reader. Vol. 11, No.2, October, 2013.
  • Common Core in the Library Tool Chest. LibrarySparks: Engaging Activities to Reach Every Reader. Vol. 11, No.5, January, 2014.
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Online Publications:

  • EconEdLink – Economics and Personal Finance Resources for K-12
  • Booker T. Washington: Fifty Cents and a Dream
Awards and Recognitions
  • 2013 Friend of the Virginia Association of School Librarians (VAASL) Award.  The Friend of VAASL Award is given to any individual, group, or organization who aims to ensure student academic success by promoting literacy, information access, technological utilization, collaboration in teaching, professional growth, and instructional leadership.

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