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2008-2009 Activities:

Publications:

Dorn, L. & Schbert, B. (Summer, 2008). A comprehensive intervention model for preventing reading failure: A response to intervention approach. Wisconsin State Reading Association Journal. Vol. 47(3), pp. 51-63.

Hayn, J. A. & Schultz, B. P. (2008). Deceit, despair, and dejection: Connecting Speak and The Scarlet Letter. SIGNAL Journal, XXXI (2), 8-11.

Hayn, J. A.& Hazlett, L. (2008). Connecting LGBTQ to others through problem novels: When a LGBTA is NOT the main character; The ALAN Review, 36;(1), 68-72.

Hughes, G. D., & Burgin, J. S. (in press) Credibly assessing reading and writing abilities for both student and program assessment. Assessing Writing: An International Journal.

Bandré, P. E., & Hooks, E. K. (in press). Getting to know Danitra Brown: Reader’s theater and reader response in a second grade classroom. READ: Reading, Exploration, and Discovery.

Burgin, J. S., Bandré, P. E. & Hughes, G. D. (2009). Literacy camp: An effective summer intervention. In J. Richards & C. Lassonde (Eds.), Literacy tutoring that works: A look at successful in-school, after-school, and summer programs. Newark, DE: International Reading Association.

Bandré, P. E. (2008). [Review of the book Child of Dandelions]. SIGNAL Journal, 32 (1), 35.

Bandré, P. E. (2008). [Review of the book Up Close: Ella Fitzgerald]. SIGNAL Journal, 32 (1), 55.

Burgin, J. S., Bandre, P. E. & Hughes, G. D. (2009). Literacy Camp: An effective summer intervention. In J. Richards & C. Lassonde (Eds.), Literacy tutoring that works: A look at successful in-school, after-school and summer programs. Newark, DE: International Reading Association

Burgin, J. S., & Hughes, G. D. (2009) Credibly assessing reading and writing abilities for both student and program assessment. Assessing Writing: An International Journal, 14, 25-47.

Burgin, J. S. & Hughes, G. D. (2008). Measuring the effectiveness of a summer literacy program for low SES elementary students using writing samples. Research in the Schools, (15)2, 53-62.

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, Las Vegas, NV.

Clark, A., Wood, B., & Hunt, A. (2008). Chalk and Wire: How to successfully navigate the electronic assessment system adopted at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education, Las Vegas, NV.

Robinson, A., Cotabish, A., Wood, B., & Biggers, A. (2009). The Arkansas Evaluation Initiative in gifted education. In J. S. Renzulli, E. J. Gubbins, K. S. McMillen, R. D. Eckert, & C. A. Little (Eds.), Systems & models for developing programs for the gifted & talented – second edition (pp. 413-432). Mansfield Center, CT: Creative Learning Press.

Hunt, A.L. & Martin, L. R. (2008). Evaluation of the implementation of the ISTE NET standards: A case study in the use of technology in a rural middle school classroom. Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education (AACE) - E-Learn, 2008 (1).

Grable, C.R., Hunt, A.L., & Kiekel, J. (2008). Digital pre-service teacher education field experiences as a possible augmentation to the traditional brick and mortar field experience. Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education (AACE) - E-Learn, 2008 (1).

Smith, B.D., Hunt, A.L, Clark, A.C. & Tipshus, T.L. (2008). The evolution of a college of education’s technology assessment system for unit and program evaluation. Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education (AACE) - E-Learn, 2008 (1).

Grable, C. R., & Hunt, A. L. (2008). How can a digital student teacher field experience be real? They don’t have any students! World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications, 2008 (1) , 3719-3724.

Presentations

“08-09″ scholarship

Dorn, L. (April, 2009). Comprehensive intervention model as a response to intervention method. Featured Speaker. Ohio Title One State Reading Conference. Columbus, OH.

Dorn, L. (April, 2009). Interventions that work: Guided reading plus as a response to intervention approach. Ohio Title One Reading State Conference. Columbus, OH.

Dorn, L. (March, 2009). Comprehensive intervention model as a response to intervention method. Keynote Speaker. Kentucky Research Symposium on Response to Intervention. Kentucky Sate Reading Association and University of Kentucky. Lexington, KY.

Dorn, L. (March, 2009). Interventions that work: Using writing to lift reading achievement. Keynote Speaker. Kentucky Research Symposium on Response to Intervention. Kentucky State Reading Association and University of Kentucky. Lexington, KY.

Dorn, L. (Jan, 2009). Interventions that Work: A comprehensive and seamless approach for reversing reading failure. Institute Featured Speaker. Illinois Reading Recovery/Classroom Literacy Conference.

Dorn, L. (Feb, 2009). A comprehensive approach to RtI. IRA Institute Featured Speaker. International Reading Association Conference. Phoenix, AZ.

Dorn, L. (January, 2008). Meeting the needs of diverse learners with a comprehensive intervention design. Featured Speaker, Pre-Conference Institute. IL Reading Recovery and Classroom Literacy Conference, Chicago, IL.

Dorn, L. (January, 2008). Teachers’ working together for children. Featured Speaker. Southeastern Reading Recovery and Classroom Literacy Conference. Virginia Beach, VA.

Dorn, L. (January, 2008). A K-3 comprehensive intervention model for literacy improvement: A response to intervention approach. Southeastern Reading Recovery and Classroom Literacy Conference. Virginia Beach, VA.

Dorn, L. (February, 2008). Conferences, conversations, and the collaborative learner. Featured Speaker. Wisconsin State Reading Association Conference.

Dorn, L. (February, 2008). Literacy coaches as agents of change. Featured Speaker. Wisconsin State Reading Association Conference.

Dorn, L. (February, 2008). A comprehensive intervention model for reversing reading failure: A response to intervention approach. Keynote Speaker. Response to Intervention Summit. Purdue University, IN.

Dorn, L. (February, 2008). A comprehensive intervention design for reversing literacy failures. Closing Speaker, Administrators’ Strand. National Reading Recovery and Classroom Literacy Conference. Columbus, OH.

Dorn, L. (February, 2008). An apprenticeship framework in literacy coaching: Using coaching cycles to promote independence and transfer. Featured Speaker. National Reading Recovery and Classroom Literacy Conference. Columbus, OH.

Dorn, L. (April, 2008). A comprehensive intervention model for reversing reading failure: A response to intervention approach. Keynote Speaker. Response to Intervention Summit. Little Rock, AR.

Dorn, L. (June, 2008). A comprehensive intervention model for reversing reading failure: A response to intervention approach. Keynote Speaker. Response to Intervention Summit. Kentucky State Association of School Administrators. Lexington, KY.

Dorn, L (July, 2008). Partnerships in comprehensive literacy: A model of school improvement. Keynote Speaker, 5-day institute. Shippensburg University, PA.

Dorn, L. (September, 2008). An implementation framework for analyzing a comprehensive literacy model. Keynote Speaker. University of Kentucky-Lexington.

Dorn, L. (October, 2008). Response to intervention: A comprehensive, decision-making design for reversing reading failure. Featured Speaker. Wisconsin State Reading Association RTI Institute.

Dorn, L. (October, 2008). Sustaining change in times of chaos. Featured Speaker. Administrators’ Institute. Arkansas State Comprehensive Literacy Conference. Little Rock, AR.

Dorn, L, (November, 2008). Creating a formative assessment portfolio for progress monitoring. Featured Speaker. Arkansas State Reading Association Conference. Little Rock, AR.

Dorn, L. (November, 2008). Sustaining change with leadership teams. Keynote Speaker. University of Maine -Orono.

Dorn, L. (November, 2008). Teaching struggling readers: Research-based practices. Keynote Speaker. University of Maine -Orono.

Bandre, P. Using Fiction during Content Area Instruction (April 2009). Presented at the Partnerships in Comprehensive Literacy Spring Academy, Little Rock, AR.

Bandre, P. Character Shifts and Cultural Influences (November 2008). Presented at the National Council of Teachers of English 98th Annual Convention, San Antonio, TX.

Bandre, P. Literature and Social Studies: Perfect Partners (November 2008). Presented at the Arkansas Curriculum Conference, Little Rock, AR.

Bandre, P., What’s New: Recent Publications for Children in Grades K-8 (October 2008). Presented at the Arkansas Reading Recovery & Comprehensive Literacy Conference & Administrator’s Institute, Little Rock, AR.

Bandre, P. Multicultural Literature: Raising Awareness (February 2008). Presented at the February meeting of the Central Arkansas Council of the Arkansas Reading Association, Little Rock, AR

Wood, B. K., Monroe, R., & Wood-Jenkins, S. C. (November, 2008). Patterns, puzzles, problems, and predicaments. A presentation at the National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) 55th Annual Convention. Tampa, FL.

Cotabish, A., Robinson, A. Bryant, L., & Wood, B. (November, 2008). Making gifted programs evaluation possible and affordable: Peer team power! A presentation at the National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) 55th Annual Convention. Tampa, FL.

Wood, L., & Wood, B. (November, 2008). I reserve my right to amend: Amendments to the constitution. A poster presentation at the National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) 55th Annual Convention. Tampa, FL.

Wood, B. K., & Dragland, A. (2008). Alice in Mathland Part 2. A presentation at the Arkansans for Gifted and Talented Education (AGATE) annual convention. Little Rock, Arkansas.

Wood, B. K., & Dragland, A. (2008). Patterns, Puzzles, Problems, and Predicaments Part 2. A presentation at the Arkansans for Gifted and Talented Education (AGATE) annual convention. Little Rock, Arkansas.

Wood, B. (February, 2009). Creating rubrics. An inservice for Magnolia School District. Magnolia, Arkansas.

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Updated 1.27.2011