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Department of Elementary & Early Childhood Education

Faculty Scholarly Research  (Calendar Year 2012)

Books and Chapters

Kamberelis, G., & Dimitriadis, G.  (In press).  Focus groups:  From structured interviews to collective conversations.  New York:  Routledge.

Howe, L., & Kamberelis, G. (In press).  Introduction: Sequencing through time and place.  In W. L. Bredehoft, S. Moldenhauer, & M. Wilson, Sequencing through time and place (pp. 7-15).  Laramie, WY:  Art Works.

Kamberelis, G., & Dimitriadis, G. (In press).  Focus groups:  Retrospect and Prospect. The Oxford Handbook of Qualitative Research Methods.  New York: Oxford University Press.

Kamberelis, G.  (In press).  Focus group research.  In M. Savin-Baden & C. Major (Eds.).  An Introduction to qualitative research.  New York:  Routledge.  

Leonard, J. & Evans, B. R. (2012). Challenging beliefs and dispositions: Learning to teach mathematics for social justice. In D. Stinson & A. Wager (Eds.), Teaching Mathematics for Social Justice: Conversations with Mathematics Educators, (pp. 99-111). Reston, VA: NCTM.

Nganga, L. & Han, K.T. (in press). Immigration and global economies in the context of globalization: What are the challenges and solution?  In L. Nganga, J. Kambutu, & W. Russell III (Eds.), Exploring Globalization Opportunities and Challenges in Social Studies: Effective Instructional Approaches. Peter Lang Publishing.

Nganga, L., Kambutu, J.,  and  Russell III, W. ( Eds.) (in press) Exploring Globalization Opportunities and Challenges in Social Studies: Effective Instructional  Approaches. Peter Lang Publishing.

Nganga L. ( in press). Preparing Teachers for Global Consciousness in the Age of
Globalization.( Chapter 19). In L.Nganga, J. Kambutu,  & W. Russell III, B. (Eds.)
Exploring globalization opportunities and challenges in Social Studies. Effective instructional Strategies.  New York: Peter Lang.

Kambutu J., & Nganga, L. (in-press). Social Studies Education in a Globalized Era: After-word.. In L. Nganga, J. Kambutu,  & W. Russell III, B. (Eds.) Exploring globalization opportunities and challenges in Social Studies. Effective instructional strategies (pp.249-252). New York: Peter Lang.

Nganga L. & Keonghee Tao H. (in press).  Immigration and Global Economies in the Context of Globalization. ( Chapter  4). In L. Nganga, J. Kambutu,  & W. Russell III, B. (Eds.) Exploring globalization opportunities and challenges in Social Studies. Effective instructional strategies . New York: Peter Lang.

Nganga, L., (2012). Children and cultural socialization in Kenya and the U.S.A. In Omiunota N. Ukpokodu and  Peter Ukpokodu (Eds.), Voices From the Margin:
Perspectives of African-Born Teacher Educators on African and American Education. Information Age Publishing.

Nganga, L. & Kambutu, J. (2012) Perspectives on K-12 Teaching and Teacher Preparation in Kenya: The Case of Kenyanization . In Omiunota N. Ukpokodu  and Peter Ukpokodu (Eds.), Voices From the Margin: Perspectives of African-Born Teacher Educators on African and American Education. Information Age Publishing.

Kambutu J., & Nganga, L. (2012). Preparing teachers for multiculturaleducation in a  "Lily" White Community. In Omiunota N. Ukpokodu  and Peter Ukpokodu (Eds.), Voices From the Margin: Perspectives of African-Born Teacher Educators on African and American Education.  Information Age Publishing.

Buchanan, M. L. (2012).  Young children at risk in a risk society.  In (S. Bialostok, Ed.) Education in a risk society.  Sense Publishing

Baumann, J. F., Blachowicz, C. L. Z., Manyak, P., Peterson, H., Davis, J., Arner, J., Graves, M. F. (in press). A design experiment on the development of a comprehensive vocabulary instruction program for nine- to eleven-year-old children. In Plomp, T., & Nieveen, N. (Eds.). An introduction to design research (2nd ed.). University of Twente and National Institute for Curriculum Development [SLO]: Enschede, The Netherlands.

Manyak, P. (2012). Powerful vocabulary instruction for English learners. In J. Baumann & E. Kame enui (Eds.). Vocabulary Instruction: Research to Practice, 2nd Ed. New York: Guilford.

Moran, P.W. (2012). Efficiency, Standardization and Mitigating Risk: The Strange Career of Scientific Management in Education, 1890-2010. Education and the Risk Society, Bialostok S., Whitman, R. & Bradley, W. (eds.), Rotterdam: Sense Publishing: 55-74.

Madrid, S. (in press). Care as a racialized, critical, and spiritual emotion. In C. Dillard and C. Okpalaoka, Engaging Culture, Race, and Spirituality in Education. New York: Peter Lang.

Chamberlin, S. A. (2012). Serving the needs of intellectually advanced mathematics students in grades K-6. Marion, IL: Pieces of Learning.

Bialostok, S., Whitman, R., Bradley, B. (2012). Education and the Risk Society: Theories, Discourse and Risk Identities in Educational Contexts. SENSE.

Locke, S. & Ovando, C.J. (2012). South-south migration: Unwelcome Nicaraguan neighbors in Costa Rica. In C. Torres (ed.). Encyclopedia Special Issue on Migration and Social Justice.

Jaime, A. & Rush, R. T. A Three-Part Strategy for Assuring the Viability of Culturally Relevant/Responsive Pedagogy for American Indian Children, Chapter 11 in Association of Teacher Educators (ATE), Commission on American Indian Education book, Standing Together: Culturally Responsive Pedagogy ,  Patricia Klug, editor, 2012.

Refereed Articles

Chou, P., Roberts, A., & Ching, G. (2012). A study on the international students  perception and norms in Taiwan. International Journal of Research Studies in Education. 1 (2), 71-84.

Spiker, A. (in press). Don't Waste my Time; Exploring the Reflective Journaling Requirement in the Student Teaching Experience, Networks.  University of Wisconsin Digital Collections Center, Madison.

Robertson, D. A. (in press). Teacher Talk: One Teacher's Reflections During Comprehension Strategies Instruction. Reading Psychology.

Martin, A. D., & Kamberelis, G.  (In press).  Mapping not tracing:  Qualitative educational research with political teeth.  International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education 26(6).

Kamberelis, G.  (In press).  Generative routinized practices and the production of classroom cultures and identities.  Pedagogies:  An International Journal, 8(1).

Kamberelis, G., & Wehunt, M. D.  (2012). Hybrid discourse practice and science learning.  Cultural Studies of Science Education, 7, 505-534.

Bialostok, S., & Kamberelis, G.  (2012).  The play of risk, affect, and the enterprising self in a fourth-grade classroom.  International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 25(4), 417-434.    

Leonard, J. (2012). Er’body talking about social justice ain’t going  there. Journal of Urban Mathematics Education, 5(2), 18-27.

Leonard, J., Davila, E. R., & Stinson, D. W. (2012). Beyond the Numbers: A Benjamin Banneker Association Conference Series. Journal of Urban Mathematics Education, 5(1), 8-20.

Newton, K. J., Leonard, J., & Evans, B. R. (2012, Summer). Preservice elementary teacher’s mathematics content knowledge and teacher efficacy. School Science and Mathematics, 112(5), 289-299.

Lange, C., Range, B., & Welsh, K. (2012). Conditions for effective data use to improve schools: Recommendations for school leaders. International Journal of Educational Leadership Preparation 7(3).

Han, K. T. (2012). Experiences of Faculty of Color Teaching in a Predominantly White University: Fostering Interracial Relationships Among Faculty of Color and White Preservice Teachers. International Journal of Progressive Education, 8(2), 25-48.

Han, K. T. & Scull, W. R. (2012). Listening to Hyun-woo: What can we learn from a Korean American English learner? Clearing House: A Journal of Educational Strategies, Issues and Ideas, 85(1), 23-32.

Baldwin, N. (2012).  Review of Alternative Approaches to Assessing Young Children 2nd Ed, by A. Losardo, & A.N.  Syverson.  Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities.

Baldwin, N, & Bittner, M (in press).  Creating a Critically Knowing Community:  Rethinking our Approach to Professional Development.  The Voice: The Journal for Campus Children’s Centers.

Madrid, S., Baldwin, N., & Frye, E. (in press). Professional feelings: One early childhood educators discomfort as a teacher and learner. Submitted to Journal of Early Childhood Research.

Madrid, S. (in press). Playing aggression: The social construction of the sassy girl in a peer culture play routine. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood.

Chamberlin, S. A., Mann, E. L., & Adelson, J. (in press). Parenting for High Potential.

Mann, E. L., Adelson, J., & Chamberlin, S. A. (in press). Teaching for High Potential.

Bialostok, Steve, Kamberelis, George (2012). The play of risk, affect, and the enterprising self in a fourth-grade classroom. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 25(1), 417-438.

Locke, S. &  Ovando  C.J., (2012). Nicaraguans and the educational glass ceiling in Costa Rica: The stranger in our midst.  Power and Education,3/3, 127-138. 

Non-Refereed Articles

Myers, J. & Buss, A. (2012). Preparing students to address grand challenges through mixed-mode case studies. In the Trenches, 2 (4), 4-9.

Houseal, A. K. (2012). Expedition: Yellowstone! STaRRS curriculum for 4-8th grade students.
Yellowstone National Park, WY. Stored at: http://repository.uwyo.edu/starrs_curriculum/.

Baumann, J. F., Manyak, P., Blachowicz, C. L. Z., Graves, M. F., Arner, J., Bates, A., Cieply C., Davis, J., Peterson, H., & Olejnik, J. (2012, October). MCVIP  A Multi-Faceted, Comprehensive Vocabulary Instruction Program. On Vocabulogic: Bridging the Verbal Divide blog. http://vocablog-plc.blogspot.com/2012/10/mcvip-multi-faceted-comprehensive.html  

Blachowicz, C.L.Z.,  Baumann, J.F., Manyak, P.C. & Graves, M.F. (In Press). Flood, fast, focus: Integrating vocabulary in the classroom.  To appear in Paratore, J. & Wood, K. Eds.  What's new in Reading. Newark, DE.  International Reading Association.

Chamberlin, S. A. & Coxbill, E. (2012). Using model-eliciting activities to introduce upper elementary students to statistical reasoning and mathematical modeling. In L. Hatfield & R. Mayes (eds.), Quantitative reasoning and mathematical modeling: A driver for STEM integrated education and teaching in context. Wyoming Institute for the Study of Mathematics Education, Laramie, WY. 

Bialostok, S. (2012). Globalization, the Social Turn, and Sociolinguistics: Review of Sociolinguistics and Language Education (Hornberger and McKay, Eds.). Linguistics and Education, 23, 402-407.

 

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