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Congratulations to CFR Award Winners!

Dr. Meca Williams-Johnson, Associate Professor of Educational Research, received the Award for Excellence in Contributions to Instruction. This award honors contributions to the teaching-learning process at the institutional level. The recipient must demonstrate excellence in the classroom and beyond by making contributions to the discipline and to the overall institutional mission.

Dr. Sabrina Ross, Associate Professor of Curriculum Studies, Dr. Jonathan Hilpert, Associate Professor of Educational Psychology, and Dr. Cordelia Zinskie, Professor of Educational Research each recently received one of the Jack Miller awards given annually by the College of Education. Dr. Ross received the Educator of the Year award, Dr. Hilpert received the award for Scholarship and Creative Activity, and Dr. Zinskie received the award for Service .


Recent Published Works of Curriculum, Foundations, & Reading Faculty Members

Dr. Sally Brown

Brown, S.A. (2015). Transaction circles with digital texts as a foundation for democratic practices. Democracy and Education, 23(2), 1-12.

Brown, S. A. (2015). A unit of study with graphic novels. In Boni Hamilton (Ed.), Integrating Technology in the Classroom: Tools to Meet the Needs of Every Student. Washington, DC: International Society for Technology Integration.

Brown, S. A. (2015). Reading with Nook e-readers. In Boni Hamilton (Ed.), Integrating Technology in the Classroom: Tools to Meet the Needs of Every Student. Washington, DC: International Society for Technology Integration.

 

Dr. Dan Chapman

Maudlin, J. & Chapman, D. E. (2015) Critical media literacy in the digital age. In M. F. He, B. D. Schultz, & W. H. Schubert (Eds.), The Sage guide to curriculum in education (Chapter 18, pp. 142-149). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

 

Dr. Antonio Gutierrez de Blume

Candela, L., Gutierrez, A. P., & Keating, S. (2015). What predicts nurse faculty members’ intent to stay in the academic organization? A structural equation model of a national survey of nursing faculty. Nurse Education Today, 35(4), 580-589. doi: 10.1016/j.nedt.2014.12.018

Gutierrez, A. P., & Schraw, G. (2015). Effects of strategy training and incentives on students’ performance, confidence, and calibration. The Journal of Experimental Education, 83, 386-404. doi: 10.1080/00220973.2014.907230

Marchand, G. C., & Gutierrez, A. P. (in press). Processes involving perceived instructional support, task values, and engagement in graduate education. The Journal of Experimental Education.

 

Dr. Ming Fang He

He, M. F., Schultz, B. D., & Schubert, W. H. (Eds.)(2015). The Sage guide to curriculum in education. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Ross, S., & He, M. F. (2015). Minority women professors venturing on the landscapes of education. Special Issue of The Sophist’s Bane: A Journal of the Society of Professors of Education.

He, M. F., Ross, S., & Seay, K. (2015). Methodological dilemmas in social justice research. Inaugural Issue of the International Journal of Curriculum, Equity & Social Justice (CESJ; edited by Boni Wozolek, Walter Gershon, & Theodorea Regina Berry), 1(1), 70-106.

Chan, E., Phillion, J., & He, M. F. (2015). Immigrant and minority students’ experience as curriculum. In M. F. He, B. D. Schultz, & W. H. Schubert (Eds.), The Sage guide to curriculum in education (Chapter 31, pp. 249-258). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Goulah, J., & He, M. F. (2015). Learning for creative, associated, joyful, and worthwhile living. In M. F. He, B. D. Schultz, & W. H. Schubert (Eds.), The Sage guide to curriculum in education (Chapter 36, pp. 292-299). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

He, M. F., Schubert, W. H., & Schultz, B. D. (2015). Prelude. In M. F. He, B. D. Schultz, & W. H. Schubert (Eds.), The Sage guide to curriculum in education (pp.xxiii-xxix). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Schubert, W. H., He, M. F., & Schultz, B. D. (2015). Interlude/Introduction (Part1: Subject Matter as Curriculum). In M. F. He, B. D. Schultz, & W. H. Schubert (Eds.), The Sage guide to curriculum in education (p.2). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

He, M. F., Schubert, W. H., & Schultz, B. D. (2015). Interlude/Introduction (Part 2: Teachers as Curriculum). In M. F. He, B. D. Schultz, & W. H. Schubert (Eds.), The Sage guide to curriculum in education (p.152). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Schultz, B. D., Schubert, W. H., & He, M. F. (2015). Interlude/Introduction (Part 3: Students as Curriculum). In M. F. He, B. D. Schultz, & W. H. Schubert (Eds.), The Sage guide to curriculum in education (p.232). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Schubert, W. H., He, M. F., & Schultz, B. D. (2015). Interlude/Introduction (Part 4: Milieu as Curriculum). In M. F. He, B. D. Schultz, & W. H. Schubert (Eds.), The Sage guide to curriculum in education (p.302). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Schubert, W. H., & He, M. F. (2015). Landscapes of education. In W. Tillett, Living the questions. (Volume 8)(foreword; pp.xiii-xxiii, 12 pages). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Schubert, W. H., & He, M. F. (2015). Landscapes of education. In R. Swartz, Ronald, From Socrates to Summerhill and beyond: Towards an educational philosophy for personal responsibility (Volume 7)(foreword; pp.xiii-xxiii, 12 pages). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

He, M. F. (2015). Thriving in-between landscapes of education. In S. Ross & M. F. He (Eds.), Special Issue of The Sophist’s Bane: A Journal of the Society of Professors of Education: Minority women professors venturing on the landscapes of education.

He, M. F., Sapp, J., Botelho, M. J., Nuñez, I., Scott–Simmons, W. & Johnson, L. (2015). Part V: Guide to New Resources (i.e. a series of book reviews). Multicultural Perspectives: An Official Journal of the National Association for Multicultural Education, 17(4), 238-243.

 

Dr. Jon Hilpert

Hilpert, J. & Holiday, R., (2015, June). Using Havel-Hakimi to graph classroom networks. Proceeding published in the annual proceedings of the American Society of Engineering Educators annual conference, Seattle, WA.

Hilpert J., & Husman, J. (2015). A group-level framework for emergent properties of interactive learning. Proceeding published from the invited NSF grantees session of the American Society of Engineering Educators annual conference to be held in Seattle, WA.

 

Dr. Robert Lake

Kress, T. & Lake, R. L. (2015). Afterword. The politics of currere in alienating times. In W. Pinar & M. Grumet. Toward a poor curriculum, 3rd Ed. Troy, NY: Educator’s International Press

Lake, R. L. (2015). Curriculum imagination as subject matter. In, M. F. He, B. D Schultz &W. H.Schubert. (Eds.). The Guide to Curriculum in Education. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Dr. Tracy Linderholm

Dobson, J., Linderholm, T., & Yarbrough, M. (2015). Self-testing produces
superior recall of both familiar and unfamiliar muscle information. Advances in Physiology Education, 39, 309-314.

Kwon, H., & Linderholm, T. (2015). Reading speed as a constraint of accuracy of self-perception of reading skill. Journal of Research in Reading, 38, 159-171.

Dobson, J., & Linderholm, T. (2015). Self-testing enhances the retention of anatomy and physiology information. Advances in Health Sciences Education, 20, 149-161.

 

Dr. Delores Liston

Long, L.H., Rahimi, R. & Liston, D. D. (2015) Student Athletes’ Perception of Sexual Harassment. International Journal of Education and Social Science. (www.ijessnet.com). Vol. 2 #11, November 2015, pp. 45-54.

Murray, A.P. & Liston, D. D. (2015) “Educational Apartheid in Macon, Bibb County, Georgia: An Oral History of Desegregation and Resegregation.” In Noblit, G.W. School Desegregation: Oral Histories Toward Understanding the Effects of White Domination. Sense Publishers: Boston, MA.

 

Dr. Marla Morris

Morris, M. (2015). Curriculum Studies Guidebooks Volume 1: Concepts and Theoretical Frameworks. NY: Peter Lang.

Morris, M. (2015). “Currere as Subject Matter.” In, M.F. He, B.D. Schultz & W. H. Schubert (Eds.), The Sage Guide to Curriculum in Education. Los Angeles, CA: SAGE.

Morris, M. (2015). “Posthumanist Education and Animal Interiority.” In, N. Snaza & J. Weaver (Eds.), Posthumanism and Educational Research. NY: Routledge.

Morris, M. (2015). “Joe L. Kincheloe: Marxist Kritik and the Tender Hearted.” In, M. Frances Agnello & W. M. Reynolds (Eds.), Practicing Critical Pedagogy: The Influences of Joe L. Kincheloe. NY: Springer.

 

Dr. Michael Moore

Moore, M.T., Zancanella, D.Z., & Avila, J. (2015). National standards in policy and practice. The Sage Handbook of Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment, Volume 2. In Dominic Wyse, Louise Hayward and Jessica Pandya (Eds). London: pp. 984-996.

Moore, M.T. (2015). Forward for the book, Alsup, J.A. A case for teaching literature in the secondary school: Why reading fiction matters in an age of scientific objectivity and standardization. Information Age Publishers, London.

 

Dr. Dan Rea

Rea, D., & Zinskie, C. (2015). Making the American dream a reality for all youth: Introduction to the first issue of the National Youth-At-Risk Journal. National Youth-At-Risk Journal, 1 (1), pp. 1–10. [Online Journal via Digital Commons]

Rea, D. (2015). Interview with Pedro Noguera: How to help students and schools in
poverty. National Youth-At-Risk Journal, 1 (1), pp. 11–21. [Online Journal via Digital Commons]

 

Dr. Bill Reynolds

Angello, M-F & Reynolds, W. M. (Eds.) (2015) Practicing Critical Pedagogy: The Influences of Joe L. Kincheloe. New York: Springer.

Reynolds, W. M. (2015). “Preface: Canonphobia: Curriculum as Political” in Curriculum: Decanonizing the Field (edited by João M. Paraskeva and Shirley R. Steinberg) New York: Peter Lang.

Reynolds, W. M. (2015). “Hey, Hey, My, My”: Joe L. Kincheloe, Friend, Teacher, Scholar, and Musician” In Practicing Critical Pedagogy: Joe Kincheloe’s Influences in the Field (Edited by Mary Frances Agnello & William M. Reynolds) Springer Publishing, (pp. 3-11).

Agnello, M-F. & Reynolds, W. M. Introduction In Practicing Critical Pedagogy: Joe Kincheloe’s Influences in the Field (Edited by Mary Frances Agnello & William M. Reynolds) Springer Publishing. (2015), (xiii-xviii).

Reynolds, W. M. (2015). Critical Pedagogical Praxis: Risk and the Hopeful Struggle In Leaders in Critical Pedagogy Narratives for Understanding and Solidarity (Edited by Bread Porfilio and Derek Ford) Sense Publishing, (pp. 1-17).

Reynolds, W. M. (2015). “Charles Silberman, Crisis in the Classroom: The Remaking of American Education (1970)” In Popular Educational Classics: A Reader. (Edited by Joseph DeVitis), Peter Lang.

 

Dr. Kent Rittschof

Mayes, R. L., Rittschof, K. A., Forrester, J. H., Schuttlefield, J. D., Watson, L., & Peterson, F. (2015). Quantitative reasoning in environmental science: Rasch measurement to support QR assessment. Numeracy, 8(2), 4. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5038/1936-4660.8.2.4

 

Dr. Sabrina Ross

Ross, S., & He, M. F. (2015). Minority women professors venturing on the landscapes of education. Special Issue of The Sophist’s Bane: A Journal of the Society of Professors of Education.

He, M. F., Ross, S., & Seay, K. (2015). Methodological dilemmas in social justice research. Inaugural Issue of the International Journal of Curriculum, Equity & Social Justice (CESJ; edited by Boni Wozolek, Walter Gershon, & Theodorea Regina Berry), 1(1), 70-106.

Dr. Alma Stevenson

Beck, S. & Stevenson, A. (2015). Migrant students scaffolding and writing their own
stories: From socio-culturally relevant enabling mentor texts to collaborative student narratives. Voices from the Middle, 23(1), 59-67.

Stevenson, A. & Ross, S. (2015). Starting young: Emergent Black masculinity and early literacy. Journal of African American Males in Education, 6(1), 75-90.

Beck, S. & Stevenson, A. (2015). “Someday I’m going to have papers!” (¡Algún Día, Yo Voy a Tener Papeles!) Mixed-status families in the rural South. In A. Schueths & J. Lawston (Eds.), Living together, living apart: Mixed status families and US immigration policy. Seattle: University of Washington Press.

 

Dr. John Weaver

Snaza, N. and Weaver, J. (2015) Posthumanism and Educational Research, New York: Routledge

Snaza, N. and Weaver, J. (2015) “Introduction: Education and the Posthumanist Turn. “ In Nathan Snaza and John A. Weaver (eds.) Posthumanism and Educational Research, pp. 1-14, New York: Routledge.

Weaver, J. (2015). “To what Future do the Posthuman and Posthumanism (re)turn us; Meanwhile how do I tame the lingering effects of Humanism?” In Nathan Snaza and John A. Weaver (eds.) Posthumanism and Educational Research, pp. 182-194. New York: Routledge.

 

Dr. Meca Williams-Johnson

Schutz, P., DeCuir-Gunby, J. and Williams-Johnson, M. (2015).Using multiple and mixed methods to investigate emotion in educational contexts. In M. Zembylas and P. A. Schutz (Eds.), Methodological advances in research on emotion and education. New York: Academic Press.

 

Dr. Cordelia Zinskie

Rea, D., & Zinskie, C. (2015). Making the American dream a reality for all youth: Introduction to the first issue of the National Youth-At-Risk Journal. National Youth-At-Risk Journal, 1 (1), pp. 1–10. [Online Journal via Digital Commons]


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