Sheila Lane
Moore Hall 1320
405 Hilgard Avenue
Los Angeles , CA 90095-1521

P: (310) 206-4787
E: slane@ucla.edu

Sheila Lane

TEP Faculty Advisor

Education

  • Ph.D., Educational Psychology, UCLA GSE&IS, 1997
  • M.A., Teaching of English, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1962
  • B.Ed., Elementary Education, University of Miami, 1961

Teaching & Research Interests

  • Teacher education
  • Student acquisition of knowledge
  • Motivation
  • Reading
  • Educational Psychology
  • Seminars in Teaching

Select Publications

Lane , S., Lacefield-Parachini, N. & Isken, J. (Spring, 2003). Developing Novice Teachers as Change Agents: Student Teacher Placements “Against the Grain”, Teacher Education Quarterly.

Lane, S., Lacefield-Parachini, N. & Isken, J. (Spring, 2003). Developing Novice Teachers as Change Agents: Student Teacher Placements “Against the Grain”,Teacher Education Quarterly. In F. Schultz (Ed.), Annual Editions: Education 04/05, Thirty-First Edition. Akron, Ohio: University of Akron.