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Elementary & Early Childhood Education|College of Education

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Department of Elementary & Early Childhood Education
McWhinnie Hall 313
Dept. 3374
1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: (307) 766-6366
Fax: (307) 766-2018
Email: gallegos@uwyo.edu

Department of Elementary & Early Childhood Education

Faculty Scholarly Research  (Calendar Year 2013)

Refereed Articles:

Coxbill, E., Chamberlin, S. A., & Weatherford, J. (2013). Using Model-Eliciting Activities as a Tool to Identify Creatively Gifted Elementary Mathematics Students. Journal for the Education of the Gifted, 37, 176-197. DOI 10.1177/0162353213480433

Chamberlin, S. A., & Powers, R. (2013). An instrument designed to assess affect with middle grade gifted students during mathematical problem solving. Gifted Education International, 29, 69-85. DOI: http://gei.sagepub.com/content/29/1/69

Mayes, R., Forrester, J. H., Schuttlefield Christus, J., Peterson, F., & Walker, R. (2013). Quantitative Reasoning Learning Progression: The Matrix. Numeracy. (Accepted with Revisions)

Forrester, J. H., & Jones, M. G. (2013).  The tears and Trophies of Science Competitions:  Winning and Losing.  Science Scope. (Accepted with Revisions)

Mayes, R. L, Forrester, J. H., Christus, J., Peterson, F., Bonilla, R., & Yestness, N.  (2013). Quantitative Reasoning in Environmental Science: A learning progression,International Journal of Science Education. DOI:10.1080/09500693.2013.819534

Zbaracki, M. & Geringer, J. (in press) Blended Narratives: The divergence and intersection of illustrations in children’s books. Special issue Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics.

Han, K. T. (In press). Moving racial discussion forward: A counterstory of racialized dynamics between an Asian-woman faculty of color and White preservice teachers in traditional rural America. The Journal of Diversity in Higher Education. DOI: 10.1037/a0036055

Scull, W. R. & Han, K. T. (in press). Continuing and distance education: The overlooked potential of organizations, professionals, and methods to advance the interests of diversity in higher education. Manuscript is submitted to Journal of Educational Practices for Social Justice.

Han, K. T., Boggs, C., & Scull, W. R. (in press). Literature eCircles: Combining Traditional Literature Circles with New Literacies. Paper submitted to EdMedia.

Laughter, J., Han, K. T., King, D., Madhuri., Nayan, R. & Williams, T. (in press). Encountering the Other in personal narratives: Developing transracialized selves through a literacy research community. Education and Urban Society.

Madhuri, M., Han, K. T., & Laughter, J. (2013). Addressing social justice in teacher education through children’s literature. Colorado Reading Journal, Winter, 38-45.

Han, K. T. (2013).  “These things do not ring true to me”: Preservice teacher dispositions to social justice literature in a remote state teacher education program. The Urban Review, 45(2),143-166. DOI:10.1007/s11256-012-0212-7

Locke, S. & Russo, R.,Montoya, C.   (2013). Environmental education and eco-literacy as tools of education for sustainable development, The Journal of Sustainability Education, http://www.jsedimensions.org/wordpress/content/environmental-education-and-eco-literacy-as-tools-of-education-for-sustainable-development_2013_02/

Madrid, S. (2013). Playing aggression: The social construction of the “sassy girl” in a peer culture play routine. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 14(3), 242-255.

Madrid, S., Baldwin, N., & Frye, E. (2013). Professional feelings: One early childhood educators discomfort as a teacher and learner. Journal of Early Childhood Research, 11(3), 274-292.

Graves, M., Baumann, J., Blachowicz, C., Manyak, P., Bates, A., Cieply, C., Davis, J., Von Gunten, H. (in press). Words, words, everywhere: But which ones do we teach? The Reading Teacher, 65, 333-346.

Robertson, D.A. (2013). Teacher talk: One teacher’s reflections during comprehension strategies instruction. Reading Psychology, 34(6), 523-549. DOI:10.1080/02702711.2012.660303

Houseal, A. K., Abd El Khalick, F., Destefano, L. (2014). Impact of a Student-Teacher-Scientist Partnership on Students’ and Teachers’ Content Knowledge, Attitudes toward Science, and Pedagogical Practices. Journal of Research in Science Teaching. 51(1), 84-115.

 Leonard, J., & Moore, C. M. (In Press). Learning to enact social justice pedagogy in early childhood and elementary mathematics classrooms. Action in Teacher Education. DOI: 10.1080/01626620.2013.861371.

Leonard, J., Moore, C. M., & Brooks, W. (In Press). Multicultural children’s literature as a context for teaching mathematics for cultural relevance in urban schools. The Urban Review, 1-24. DOI 10.1007/s11256-013-0264-3

Leonard, J., Russell, N. M., Hobbs, R. M., & Buchanan, H. (2013). Using GIS to teach place-based mathematics in rural classrooms. The Rural Educator, 34(3). 10-17.

Evans, B. R., & Leonard, J. (2013). Recruiting and retaining Black teachers to work in urban schools. Sage Open, 1-12. DOI: 10.1177/2158244013502989

Evans, B. R., Leonard, J., Krier, K., & Ryan, S. (2013). The influence of a reform-based mathematics methods course on preservice teachers’ beliefs. Journal of Educational Research and Practice, 3(1), 79-92.

Martin, A. D., & Kamberelis, G.  (2013).  Mapping not tracing:  Qualitative educational research with political teeth.  International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 26(6), 668-679.

Kamberelis, G.  (2013).  Generative routinized practices and the production of classroom cultures and identities.  Pedagogies:  An International Journal, 8(1), 24-43.

Baldwin, N, & Bittner, M (2013).  Creating a Critically Knowing Community:  Rethinking our Approach to Professional Development.  The Voice: The Journal for Campus Children’s Centers.

Non-Refereed Articles:

Chamberlin, S. A. (2013). Empirical investigations of Creativity and Giftedness in Mathematics: An International Perspective. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 44, 852-857. DOI: 10.5951/jresematheduc.44.5.0852

Blachowicz, C.L.Z, Baumann, J. F., Manyak, P. & Graves, M. F.(2013).Flood, Fast, Focus: Integrating Vocabulary in the Classroom. What's New? IRA; Newark, DE.

Kambutu, J. & Nganga L. (2013). Africa Is a Continent. International association of  African Educators Magazine (Fall 2013). http://iaaeorg.org/uploads/3/2/4/7/3247767/iaae_newsletter_august__2013.pdf

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.

Books and Book Chapters:

Bialostok, S., and Kamberelis, G. (2013). The Play of Risk, Affect, and the Enterprising Self in a Fourth-Grade Classroom. In D. Blum & C. Ullman (Eds.) The globalization and corporatization of education: limits and liminality of the market mantra. Routledge.

Chamberlin, S. A. (2013). Using model-eliciting activities to investigate concepts in statistics. Waco, TX: Prufrock Press.

Chamberlin, S. A., & Schultz, C. Secondary mathematics for high ability students (in press). In F. Dixon and S. Moon (Eds.), The Handbook of Secondary Gifted Education (pp. ???), 2nd Ed. Waco, TX: Prufrock Press.

Nganga, L. & Han, K.T. (2013). 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 (pp. 37-50). New York: Peter Lang Publishing.

Locke, S., Ovando, C.J. & Montecinos, C.  (accepted for publication). Institutional power and the institutional review board: Silencing “the Other” in international field work. In I. Bhopal (ed) The Complexities and Dilemmas of Researching Marginalised Groups. Rutledge

Madrid, S. (2013). Care as a racialized, critical and spiritual emotion. In C. Dillard & C. Okpalaoka (Eds), Engaging culture, race, and spirituality in education. New York: Peter Lang.

Baumann, J. F., Blachowicz, C. L. Z., Manyak, P., Peterson, H., Davis, J., Arner, J., Graves, M. F. (2013). 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 (23-47). Enschede, The Netherlands: University of Twente and National Institute for Curriculum Development [SLO].

Nganga, L., Kambutu, J., and  Russell III, W. ( Eds.) (2013) Exploring Globalization
Opportunities and Challenges in Social Studies: Effective Instructional Approaches. New York, N.Y:  Peter Lang Publishing.

Nganga, L. (2013). Preparing teachers  for global consciousness in the age of globalization. In Nganga, L., Kambutu, J., and  Russell III, W. ( Eds.) (2013), Exploring Globalization Opportunities and Challenges in Social Studies: Effective Instructional Approaches ( pp. 227-238). New York, N.Y:  Peter Lang Publishing.

Nganga, L. & Han, K.T. (2013). Immigration and global economies in the context of globalization ( pp.37-50). In Nganga, L., Kambutu, J., and  Russell III, W. ( Eds.)
(2013), Exploring Globalization Opportunities and Challenges in Social Studies:
Effective Instructional Approaches ( pp. 227-238). New York, N.Y:  Peter Lang Publishing.

Nganga, L. & Kambutu, J., (2013). Social studies in a globalized era: afterword ( pp. 255-
258).In Nganga, L., Kambutu, J., and  Russell III, W. ( Eds.) (2013), Exploring Globalization Opportunities and Challenges in Social Studies: Effective Instructional Approaches ( pp. 227-238). New York, N.Y:  Peter Lang Publishing.

Nganga, L. & Kambutu, J. (2013).Michael Apple: A Modern Day Critical Pedagogue. In Kirylo, J.(Ed.). A critical pedagogy of resistance. 34 pedagogues we need to know (pp.1-3).Rotterdam, The Netherlands; Senses Publishers

Paratore, J.R., & Robertson, D.A. (2013). Talk that teaches: Using strategic talk to help students achieve the Common Core (Teaching Practices that Work Series). New York: Guilford Press.

Leonard, J. & Martin, D. B. (Eds.). (2013). The brilliance of Black children in mathematics: Beyond the numbers and toward new discourse. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

Leonard, J. & Beverly, C. L. (2013). The history, brilliance and legacy of Benjamin Banneker revisited. In J. Leonard & D. B. Martin (Eds.), Beyond the numbers and toward new discourse: The brilliance of Black children in mathematics (pp. 3-21). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

Leonard, J., McKee, M., & Williams, Y. M. (2013). Not “Waiting for Superman”: Policy implications for Black children attending public schools. In J. Leonard & D. B. Martin (Eds.), Beyond the numbers and toward new discourse: The brilliance of Black children in mathematics (pp. 95-120).  Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

Kamberelis, G., & Dimitriadis, G.  (2013). Focus groups:  From structured interviews to collective conversations.  New York:  Routledge.

Kamberelis, G., & Dimitriadis, G. (in press). Focus groups:  Polyphonic data; polyphonic more of data analysis.  In N. K. Denzin & Y. S. Lincoln (Eds.), The SAGE handbook of qualitative research (5th ed., pp. xx-xx). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

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

Howe, L., & Kamberelis, G. (2013).  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.  (2013).  Focus group research.  In M. Savin-Baden & C. Major (Eds.).  An Introduction to qualitative research (pp. 386-387).  New York:  Routledge.  

 

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