Dr. Monimalika Day
Associate Professor , School of Education Studies
Ph.D., Special Education, Concentration in Early Childhood Special Education, Department of Special Education, University of Maryland.
My Zone / Area of Expertise
- Child Development, infants and toddlers, Inclusion of children in community settings
- In search of good practices: Multiple case studies of preschool programs in India byMonimalika Day & Venita Kaul (Book in preparation, estimated time of publication Summer 2015)
- Place based education on environment in the foothills of the Himalayas by MonimalikanDay (Journal article in preparation)
- DeMulder, E.K., Stribling, S.M., & Day, M. (2014). Examining immigrant experiences: Helping teachers develop as critical educators. Teaching Education, 25(1), 43-64.
- Day, M. (2012). Building relationships with international families. In Shaklee, B & Baily,S (Eds.) Internationalizing teacher education in the US. USA: Rowan and Littlefield.
- Thorp, E., & Day, M. (2012). Stories of transformation: The power of exploring cultural dilemmas. In Harry, B., & Kalyanpur, M (Eds.). Culture in Special Education. Baltimore: Paul. H Brookes
- Stribling, S.M., Demulder, E.K., & Day, M. (2011). Reading the world: Supporting teacher’s professional development using community-based literacy practices. The Journal of Praxis in Multicultural Education,6(1), 21-33.
- Day, M., Demulder, E.K., & Stribling S. M. (2010). Using the process of cultural reciprocity to create multicultural, democratic classrooms. In Salili, F., & Hoosain, R (Eds.), Democracy and Multicultural Education. Information Age Publishing