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A Historical and Sociocultural View of the Science of Reading Debate

The Missouri Reader, 44 (3), 10-15.

Author: William Kerns (UA Little Rock)

Promoting anti-racist dialogue through Holocaust Education

In R.S. Savitz and N.A. Vines (Eds.), 2020 Yearbook of the American Reading Forum (pp. 65-80). American Reading Forum (2021).

Author: William Kerns (UA Little Rock)

Scaffolding Student Talk about Social Justice: Developing Voice and Identity

31st Annual Literacies for All Virtual Summer Institute: Visions and Voices for the Future, July 10, 2021 (NCTE)

Authors: William Kerns (UA Little Rock) & Amanda McCaleb (Springfield Public Schools, Missouri)

Leveraging Nature: Creating Reading and Writing Activities Outdoors During COVID-19

Literacy Today, May/June, 22-23, 2021.

Authors: Peggy Semingson (University of Texas-Arlington) & William Kerns (UA Little Rock)

Faculty Willingness to Intervene in Suicide with College Students

2021 Annual Conference of the American Association of Suicidology, April 2021

Authors: Rikki D. Turner (UA Little Rock), Jim Vander Putten (UA Little Rock), Amanda Nolen (UA Little Rock), & Brad Patterson (Henderson State University)

Where Is the Evidence? Looking Back to Jeanne Chall and Enduring Debates about the Science of Reading

Semingson, P. & Kerns, W. (2021). Reading Research Quarterly, 56(S1), S157-S169. doi:10.1002/rrq.405

Assessment as Learning: Fostering Belonging of Underrepresented Students in the STEM Content Areas

In S. Nichols & D. Varier [Eds.] (2021)., Theory to Practice: Educational Psychology for Teachers and Teaching – Teaching on Assessment (pp. 131-150)

Authors: Amanda Nolen (UA Little Rock) & Tony Talbert (UA Little Rock)

Online Teaching in 2020: Finding Balance and Success as a Secondary Reading Teacher

The Oklahoma Reader, Fall 2020

Author: Chelsea K. Bradley (UA Little Rock)