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Teacher Education

TCED Faculty Scholarship 2007-2008

Publications

Bandré, P. E. (2007). African American children’s literature in rural schools. In W. Brooks & J. C. McNair (Eds.), Embracing, Evaluating, and Examining African American Children’s and Young Adult Literature. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press.

Bandré, P. E., Colabucci, L., Parsons, L., & Son, E. H. (2007). Read-alouds worth remembering. Language Arts, 84 (3), 293-299.

Burgin, J. S., Bandre, P. E. & Hughes, G. D. (in press). Literacy Camp: An effective summer intervention. In J. Richards & C. Lassonde (Eds.), Evidence-Based Quality Literacy Tutoring Programs: What Works and Why. Newark, DL: International Reading Association.

Burgin, J. S. (2007). Adapting early literacy techniques to middle-school students: A case study. Current Issues in Middle Level Education, 13 (1), 38-48.

Cellitti, A. & Kirkland, L. (2007). Helping child care providers navigate Latino child-rearing practices. Association for Childhood Education International; Focus on Elementary, 20, 6-9.

Clark, A., Linch, M., Wood, B., & Hunt, A. (2008). Promises and pitfalls of implementing a digital portfolio assessment system: Lessons learned and next steps part II. Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education, 2008 (1), 32-37.

Clark, A., Linch, K. M., & Wood, B. K. (2007). Problems and pitfalls of implementing a digital portfolio assessment system: Lessons learned and next steps. Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education,2007.

Dorn, L. & Schurbert, B. (2008). Comprehensive Intervention Model for Preventing Reading Failure: A Response to Intervention Process. Journal of Reading Recovery,7(2), 29-41.

Hayn, J. A. and Schultz, B. (2008). Deceit, despair, and dejection: Connecting Speak and The Scarlet Letter. SIGNAL Journal, 32(2).

Hunt, A.L., Grable, C. R., & Unrue, E. (2008). Comparing digital to traditional field experiences in pre-service teacher education. Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education, 2008 (1), 400-405.

Hunt, A. L., Grable, C., Hune, J., & Clark, A. (2008). Evaluating the implementation of the ISTE NETS and performance indicators in teacher education. Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education, 2008 (1),1109-1115.

Hunt, A. L. & Grable, C. R. (2007). Digital field experience in teacher preparation: Virtually possible. Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education, 2007 (1), 358-359.

Kiekel, J. M. (2007). Point/Counterpoint essay: Is distance learning effective. Learning and Leading with Technology, v. 35, no. 2, p. 8-10.

Nolen, A., & Vander Putten, J. (2007). Action Research in Education: Addressing Gaps in Ethical Principles and Practices 36 (7), 401-407.

Pearson, L. C., Burgin, J. S., Richardson, A., & Moomaw, W. (2007). The prediction of teacher autonomy from stress, worksatisfaction, empowerment, and professionalism. , 13(1, 2).

Szirony, G. M., Pearson, L. C., Burgin, J. S., & Murray, G. M. (2007). Brain hemisphere dominance and vocational preference: A preliminary analysis. Work, A Journal of Prevention, Assessment, and Rehabilitation, 29(1), 323-329.

Wood, B. K., Linch, K. M., & Clark, A. (2007). Guidelines for students in the use of WebCT. Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education, 2007.

Wood, B. K., Linch, K. M., & Clark, A. (2007). A simple document to teach students the use of Rubistar. Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education, 2007.

Presentations

Bandré, P. E. Across Disciplinary, Geographical, Educational, and Familial Contexts: Expanding Analyses and Pedagogical Uses of African American Children’s and Young Adult Literature (November 2007). Panel presentation at the National Council of Teachers of English 97th Annual Convention, New York, NY.

Burgin, J. S., Hughes, G., & Bandré, P. E. Using Literacy Interviews to Measure the Effects of a Summer Literacy Program (November 2007). Presented at the National Reading Conference, Austin, TX.

Burgin, J. S., & Hughes, G. D. (2007, April). Credibly Assessing Reading and Writing Abilities for Both Student and Program Assessment. American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Cellitti, A. (2007). Beyond Educational Strategies: Meeting the Needs of ELL Students (October, 2007). Arkansas Reading Recovering Conference. Little Rock, Arkansas.

Clark, A., Linch, K. M., & Wood, B. K. (2007). Problems and pitfalls of implementing a digital portfolio assessment system: Lessons learned and next steps. A presentation at the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference (SITE). San Antonio, Texas.

Dorn, J. (2007, January). Meeting the needs of diverse learners with a comprehensive intervention model. Featured Speaker, Pre-Conference Institute. 16th Annual Early Literacy and Reading Recovery Conference. Chicago, IL.

Dorn, L. (2007, January). The Reading and Writing Connection: Building Bridges with Explicit Teaching. Featured Speaker. Southeastern Regional Early Literacy Conference.
Savannah, GA.

Dorn, L. (2007, February). Building Professional Learning Communities for Literacy Improvement. Keynote Speech. Early Literacy Regional Conference. Ontario, Canada.

Dorn, L. (2007, February). The Language to Literacy Connection: Constructing Knowledge Through Talk. Keynote Speech. National Reading Recovery & K-6 Classroom Literacy Conference. Columbus, OH.

Dorn, L. (2007, June). An Implementation Framework for Comprehensive Literacy. Featured Speaker. North American Leadership Academy. Tyson Corner, VA.

Dorn, L. (2007, October). Teachers Working Together for Children. Keynote Speech. 18th Annual Literacy Conference. Providence, RI.

Dorn, L. (2007, November). Myths and Realities About Literacy: And the Winner is. . Keynote Speech. Texas Early Literacy and Reading Recovery Conference. Dallas, TX.

Dorn, L. (2007, November). Two Waves of Literacy Defense: A Comprehensive Literacy Model as a Response to Intervention Method. Texas Reading Recovery and Early Literacy Conference. Dallas, TX.

Dorn, L. (2007, November). Language Studies: A Focus on Deep Comprehension. Keynote Speech. 14th Annual Missouri Reading Recovery and Early Literacy Conference, St. Louis, MO.

Dorn, L. (2007, November). Teaching for Deep Comprehension in a Language Workshop. Featured Speaker. Southwest Regional Reading Association Conference. Little Rock, AR.

Hayn, J. 2007. Validation of adolescent literature: Scholarly study through the refereed journal. With Bach, J., Kaplan, J., Johnson, A. The emergence of adolescent literature as scholarship. National Council of Teachers of English. New York, NY.

Hayn, J. & Hazlett, L. 2007. Disabled teens: Finding their way through young adult literature. National Council of Teachers of English. New York, NY.

Hayn, J. & Prosenjak, N. 2007. Y/A Literature featuring critical feminist themes. Women in Literacy and Life Assembly (WILLA), NCTE, New York, NY.

Hayn, J. & Hazlett, L. 2007. Helping teens discover a sense of “place” and “self” through young adult literature. Assembly on Literature for Adolescents Workshop. NCTE. New York, NY.

Hunt, A. L. (2007). Digital field experience in teacher preparation: Virtually possible. Paper presented at the annual Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education conference, San Antonio, TX. March 27, 2007.

Hunt, A.L., Grable, C.R., & Kiekel, J. (2007). The people connection: Hands-on human geography. Arkansas Curriculum Conference, Little Rock AR, November 2, 2007.

Lindsay, A. & Edrington, J. (2007, October). Coaching talk: Providing the communicative context to support analysis. Paper presented at the Mid South Educational Researchers’ Annual Meeting, Hot Springs, AR.

Robinson, A., Cotabish, A., Wood, B., & O’Tuel, F. (November, 2007). A paper presented at the National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) 54rd Annual Convention. Minneapolis, MN.

Nolen, A. & Holloman, D., Recruiting geographically place-bound students: The influence of location on the college choice of high school seniors. Paper presentation for the Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association, New York City. (March 2008).

Wood, B., & Dragland, A. (November 2007). A presentation at the National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) 54rd Annual Convention. Minneapolis, MN.

Wood, B., & Dragland, A. (November 2007). A poster presentation at the National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) 54rd Annual Convention. Minneapolis, MN.

Wood, B. K., Linch, K. M., & Clark, A. (2007). Guidelines for students in the use of WebCT. A presentation at the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference (SITE). San Antonio, Texas.

Wood, B. K., Linch, K. M., & Clark, A. (2007). A simple document to teach students the use of Rubistar. A presentation at the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference (SITE). San Antonio, Texas.

Wood, B. K., & Linch, K. M. (2007). Creating rubrics for Performance-based assessment. A presentation at the Arkansans for Gifted and Talented Education (AGATE) annual convention. Little Rock, Arkansas.

Wood, B. K., & Linch, K. M. (2007). Patterns, puzzles, problems, and predicaments. A presentation at the Arkansans for Gifted and Talented Education (AGATE) annual convention. Little Rock, Arkansas.

Wood, B. K., & Linch, K. M. (2007). Curriculum adventures into John Denver’s Country Roads. A presentation at the Arkansans for Gifted and Talented Education (AGATE) annual convention. Little Rock, Arkansas.

Wood, B., Monroe, R., & Linch, M. (November, 2007). Curriculum Adventures into John Denver’s Take Me Home, Country Roads. A presentation at the National Middle School Association (NMSA) 34th Annual Convention. Houston, TX.

Updated 1.27.2011