University of Northern Colorado School of Teacher Education Campus Box 107 Greeley, CO 80639
D., Curriculum and Instruction, with emphases in curriculum studies and teacher education.
University of Denver, Denver, CO.
A. Education with emphasis in urban education. University of Denver, Denver, CO.
A. English with minor in philosophy. University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO. Associate Professor, Educational Foundations
and Curriculum Studies, College of Education and Behavioral Sciences, Fall 2014 to
Present. Coordinator, Educational Studies Doctorate; Coordinator, Secondary Post baccalaureate
and K-12 undergraduate & post baccalaureate programs; Coordinator, Colorado School
of Mines-UNC Partnership for STEM Teacher Licensure. Co-Editor, Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue Assistant Professor, Educational Foundations and Curriculum Studies, College of Education
and Behavioral Sciences, Fall 2012 to Spring 2014
Regis University, School of Education and Counseling, Denver, CO Assistant Professor, Summer 2010 to Summer 2012
University of Colorado, Boulder, School of Education Director, School & University Partnerships/Senior Instructor, Summer 2009 to 2010.
University of Iowa College of Education, Department of Teaching and Learning Assistant Professor in Curriculum and Supervision, Fall 2007 to Spring 2009.
Research/Areas of Interest
Curriculum Studies and Teacher Education
Ecological Mindedness in Teaching and Curriculum
Aesthetic Perspectives of Curriculum and Perceptual Teaching and Learning (CRISPA)
Educational Connoisseurship and Criticism
Uhrmacher, P. B., Moroye, C. M. & Conrad, B. (2016). Aesthetic, Spiritual, and Flow
Experiences: Contrasts and Educational Implications. Education and Culture, 32(1):131-151.
Conrad, Moroye, Uhrmacher (2015). Curriculum disruption: A vision for new practices
in teaching and learning. Current Issues in Education, 18(3).
Uhrmacher, P. B. & Moroye, C. M. (2014). Experience, heightened vitality, and aesthetic
engagement, or why is stick man smiling. In Donna Adair Breault and Rick Breault (Eds.),
Experiencing Dewey: Insights for today’s classroom (2nd ed.) (62-65). New York, NY:
Moroye, C. M. and Ingman, B. C. (2013). Ecological mindedness across the curriculum.
Curriculum Inquiry, 43(5), 588-612.
Uhrmacher, P. B., Conrad, B., & Moroye, C. M. (2013). Finding the balance between
process and product through perceptual lesson planning. Teachers College Record. 115
Moroye, C. M. & Uhrmacher, P. B. (2012). Standards, not standardization: Orchestrating
aesthetic educational experiences. Language Arts Journal of Michigan. 28 (1), 65-69.
Ingman, B. and Moroye, C. M. (2011). Daydreams and Awakenings: A review of Fields
of Green: Restorying culture, environment, and education. Curriculum Journal.
Moroye, C. M. (2010). Ecologically Minded Teaching: Authenticity and Care. In P. B.
Uhrmacher & K. Bunn (Ed.), Beyond the One Room School. Sense Publishers.
Moroye, C. M. and Uhrmacher, P. B. (2010). Aesthetic Themes as Conduits to Creativity.
American Teacher Educators’ Yearbook.
Moroye, C. M. (2010). Ecological Theory. In C. Kridel (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Curriculum
Moroye, C. M. (2009). Complementary Curriculum: The work of ecologically minded teachers.
Journal of Curriculum Studies, 41(6), Routledge. Selected for Curriculum Studies Reader,
Moroye, C. M. and Uhrmacher, P. B. (2009). Aesthetic Themes and the Art of Teaching.
Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue, 11(1 & 2), Information Age.
Uhrmacher, P. B. and Moroye, C. M. (2009). Perspectives and perceptions of the SAGE
Handbook of Curriculum and Instruction, Journal of Curriculum Studies, 41(1).
Honors and Awards
Professors of Curriculum. Admitted April, 2012 at American Educational Research Association
annual conference, Vancouver, BC.
Master Scholar, University of Denver Morgridge College of Education, 2011.
Outstanding Dissertation Award, American Educational Research Association, Division
B Curriculum Studies, 2008. Dissertation Title: Greening our future: The practices of ecologically minded teachers.