Ioney James

TitleAssociate Professor

DepartmentAdministration and Instructional Services

Phone336-285-4415

Fax336-334-7524

Emailijames@ncat.edu

OfficeProctor Hall
Room: 245

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Ioney James

Education

Ph D: Reading Teacher Education, New York University, 1999

MS: Reading, Central Connecticut State University, 1989

BS: Library Science, Universitty of the West Indies, 1984

Other: Elementary Education, Mico Teachers College and University, 1974


Research Interests

Her research interests include exploring effective literacy instruction for struggling readers and the literacy experience of immigrant minority students in the United States of America


Recent Publications

James, Ioney  Okpala,  Comfort  (2015).  The Educational Implications of a trans-global service learning project in Jamaica: A Qualitatie Analysis.  No  (9,  2,  pp. 7).  Journal of Education and Social Science.

James, Ioney  Okpala, Comfort  (2010).  The use of metacognitive scaffolding to improve college students academic success.  (11,  7,  pp. 47-49).  Journal of College Teaching & Learning.

Boger, David  Davis, Elizabeth  James, Ioney  (2010).  Who says parents canĂ¢€™t teach reading? .   The One Voice Institute of Elemental Ethics and Education.

Okpala, Comfort  James, Ioney  Hopson, Linda  (2009).  The effectiveness of national board certified teachers: Policy implications..  (1,  36,  pp. 29 - 34.).  Journal of Instructional Psychology.

James, Ioney  (2008).  Questioning and Informational Texts: Scaffolding students' comprehension of content areas.  no   Forum on Public Policy.

Barber, Elizabeth  James, Ioney   Tom, Smith  P,  Martin  (2008).  Students , Teachers, Curriculum and Pedagogy in a time of cholera: Highstakes testing and learning.  (30,  pp. 32-41).  Reading Virginia.