Publications

Faculty Publications: 2014-2015

  • Abel, T.D., & Evans, M.A., (2014). Cross-disciplinary participatory & contextual design research: Creating a teacher dashboard application. Interaction Design and Architecture(s) Journal, 19, 63-76.
  • Addy, T., Gardner, G., Albert, J., & Simmons, P. Jan/Feb 2015. A New Classof Undergraduate Professors: Examining Teaching Beliefs and Practices of Science Faculty with Education Specialties. Journal of College Science Teaching, 44(3), 82-90.
  • Albert, J. L., Blanchard, M. R., Kier, M. W., Carrier, S. J., & Gardner, G. E. (2014). Supporting teachers’ technology integration: A descriptive analysis of social and teaching presence in technical support sessions. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 22(2), 137-165.
  • Albert, J. L., Blanchard, M. R., & Wiebe, E. N. (2015). How high school students construct or create animations about water boiling. In K.D. Finson & J. Pederson (Eds.), Application of Visual Data in K-16 Science Classrooms (pp. 191-216). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  • Akroyd, D. & Engel D. (2014). An examination of the levels and differences in organizational commitment of full and part time community college faculty. Journal of Modern Educational Review, 4, 742-749.
  • Amendum, S.J., Conradi, K., & Pendleton, M.J. (accepted). Interpreting DIBELS Next Assessment Data: Moving From Parts to Whole in a Testing Era. Intervention in School and Clinic.
  • Amendum, S.J., Conradi, K., & Liebfreund, M. D. (revise & resubmit). The push for challenging texts: A word of caution based on an analysis of early readers’ rate, accuracy, and comprehension. Reading Psychology.
  • Amola, O. and Grimmett, M. A. (2015), Sexual Identity, Mental Health, HIV Risk Behaviors, and Internalized Homophobia Among Black Men Who Have Sex With Men. Journal of Counseling & Development, 93: 236-246. doi: 10.1002/j.1556-6676.2015.00199.
  • Avci, Z. Y., Keene, K. A., McClaren, L. H., & Vasu, E. S. (2014). An Exploration of Student Attitudes towards Online Communication and Collaboration in Mathematics and Technology. idea.
  • Avci, Y. ,Z., Vasu, E.S., Oliver, K., Keene, K.A., Fusarelli, B. (2014). Utilization of online technologies in mathematical problem solving at high school level: student and teacher perceptions. World Journal on Educational Technology. 6(2), 203-217
  • Baker, S. B., Tyler, R. E., Lupton-Smith, H. S., Wang, A. B., Allen, A. H., Wapner, K. H., Dees Fleder, S., & Isaac, S. T. (2015). Self-monitoring as a counseling technique and an accountability strategy. Issues and research you can use: VISTAS 2015, 11 pages. (published in a peer reviewed online journal; American Counseling Association)
  • Baker, S. B., & Parikh Foxx, S. (2014). Career and College Readiness Self-Efficacy Inventory (CCRSI). (a research and counseling scale developed and copy-righted by the co-authors)
  • Baker, S. B., Santos, S., & Krahwinkel, J. M. (2014). Of what value is a scholarly writing course for doctoral students? Issues and research you can use: VISTAS 2014, 12 pages. (published in a peer reviewed online journal; American Counseling Association)
  • Beal, C. (2015) The contributions of Dr. John Arnold. In The Encyclopedia of Middle Grades Education (2nd edition), Mertens, S., Caskey, M., Flowers, N., Series editors, IAP Information Age Publishing: Charlotte, NC
  • Beal, C. (2015) The contributions of Dr. James Beane. In The Encyclopedia of Middle Grades Education (2nd edition), Mertens, S., Caskey, M., Flowers, N., editors, IAP Information Age Publishing: Charlotte, NC
  • Beal, C., Pope, C., Smith, B. (April, 2015). Merging language and culture instruction through an integrative experiential curriculum model activity: The Great Raleigh Trolley Adventure goes to Pskov, Russia. Paper accepted for proceedings for 1st International Scientific Conference of the Humanities, University of Pskov, Pskov, Russia.
  • Blanchard, M. R. (2014). ITEST: Final Report. STEM Teams. National Science Foundation, Arlington, VA.
  • Blanchard, M. R. (2014). University Extension, Engagement, and Economic Development Seed Grant: Final Report. STEM Career Clubs. North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC.
  • Blonder, R., Benny, N., & Jones, M. G. (2014). Teaching self-efficacy of science teachers. In C. Czerniak, R. H. Evans & J. Luft (Eds.), The role of science teachers’ beliefs in international classrooms: From teacher actions to student learning, (pp. 3-15). Sense Publishers, Rotterdam.
  • Bolick, C.B., Franklin, C., & Manfra, M.M. (2014). History through a child’s eye: Preservice teachers making sense of children’s understandings. Social Studies Research and Practice, 9(3), 1-20.
  • Buffon, P. S., Boyer, K., Wiebe, E., & Lester, J. (June, 2015). Mind the Gap: Improving Gender Equity in Game-based Learning Environments with Learning Companions. AIED 2015, Madrid, Spain.
  • Buffon, P. S., Lobene, E. V., Frankosky, R. H., Boyer, K., Wiebe, E., & Lester, J. (March, 2015). A Practical Guide to Developing and Validating Computer Science Knowledge Assessments with Application to Middle School. SIGSCE, Kansas City, MO. https://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2676723.2677295
  • Carrier, S.J., Thomson, M.M., & Tugurian, L.P. (2014). Elementary science education in classrooms and outdoors: Stakeholder views, gender, ethnicity, and testing. International Journal of Science Education, 1-26. DOI: 10.1080/09500693.2014.917342
  • Carrier, S., Thomson, M. M., & Tugurian, L.P., & Tate Stevenson, K. (2014). Stakeholder views of elementary science, outdoors, and environmental education: Students’ gender and ethnic differences. International Journal of Science Education. DOI:10.1080/09500693.2014.91734
  • Carrier, S.J., Faulkner, V.N., & Bottomley, L. (2014). Integration of STEM with elementary pre-service teachers. Teacher Educator
  • Chen, S.T., Borland, D. Russo, M., Grady, R., & Minogue, J. (2014). ASPECT sinking and floating: an interactive playable simulation for teaching buoyancy concepts. Proceedings of CHI PLAY ’14 the First ACM SIGCHI Annual Symposium on Computer-Human Interaction in Play (p. 327-330). ACM, New York, NY, USA.
  • Chen, S.T., Borland, D. Russo, M., Grady, R., & Minogue, J. (2014). ASPECT: Sinking and floating, haptics for elementary school students. Proceedings of CHI PLAY ’14 the First ACM SIGCHI Annual Symposium on Computer-Human Interaction in Play (p. 405-406). ACM, New York, NY, USA. /
  • Childers, G. & Jones, G. (2014). Students as virtual scientists: A review of remote microscopy use in education. In A. Mendez-Vilas (Ed.), Microscopy: advances in scientific research and education (1195-1198). Formatex Research Center: Spain
  • Clemens, E. V, Hill, T., & Shipp, A. E. (2015). Crisis counseling and emergency response. In Sangganjanavanich, V. F., & Reynolds, C. A. (Eds.) Introduction to Professional Counseling, 105-138. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc
  • Coniglio D, Akroyd D. (In Press). Factors Predicting Physician Assistant Faculty Turnover Intention. Journal of Physician Assistant Education.
  • Conley, A. H., Nassar-McMillan, S. C., & Ashraf, A. (2014). Muslim identity: Case response. In T. Roberts and V. Kelly (Eds.). Critical incidents in integrating spirituality into counseling (pp. 197-204). Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association.
  • Conradi, K., Amendum, S.J., & Liebreund, M.D. (accepted). Examining variance in comprehension success for students in a high-poverty setting. Reading & Writing Quarterly.
  • Conradi, K. (2014). Tapping technology’s potential to motivate readers. Phi Delta Kappan, 96, 54-57.
  • Cook, M., Oliver, K., Pritchard, R., & Lee, S. (2014, June). Using forum-based writing to learn in the English classroom: An investigation of student comprehension and collaboration. In M. Searson & M. Ochoa (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education, International Conference, 2014 (pp. 1974-1979). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
  • Cooke, N. K., Nietfeld, J. L., & Goodell, L. S. (In Press). Development and validation of the Childhood Obesity Prevention Self-Efficacy (COP-SE) Survey. Childhood Obesity, 11(2).
  • Cooke, N. K., Ash, S. L., Nietfeld, J. L., Fogleman, A. D., and Goodell, L. S. (2015). Impact of a Service-Learning-Based Community Nutrition Course on Students’ Teaching Self-Efficacy. North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture, 59, 28-33.
  • Correnti, R., Stein, M.K., Smith, M., Scherrer, J., McKeown, M., Greeno, J., & Ashley, K. (2015). Improving teaching at scale: design for the scientific measurement and learning of discourse practice. In L.B. Resnick, C. Asterhan, & S. Clarke (Eds.), Socializing intelligence through academic talk and dialogue (pp. 303-320). Washington, DC: American Educational Research Association.
  • Davis, T. J. (2014, Fall). Undergraduate research experiences: An opportunity for academic and student affairs collaboration [Special issue]. Georgia Journal of College Student Affairs, 38-44.
  • Deater-Deckard, K., El Mallah, S., Chang, M., Evans, M. A., & Norton, A. (2014). Student behavioral engagement during mathematics educational video game instruction with 11-14 year olds. International Journal of Child-Computer Interaction, 2(3), 101-108. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijcci.2014.08.001
  • DeCuir-Gunby, J. T. & Schutz, P. A. (2014). Researching Race within Educational Psychology Contexts. Educational Psychologist, 49(4), 244-260.
  • DeCuir-Gunby, J. T. & Williams-Johnson, M. (2014). Culture and Emotions: Implications for Education. In R. Pekrun & L. Linnenbrink-Garcia (Eds.), International Handbook of Emotions and Education (pp. 539-558). NY: Taylor & Francis.
  • Dees Fleder, S., Baker, S. B., & Fusarelli, B. C. J. (2015). School counselor perceptions of the process of developing advocacy competencies. NC Perspectives, 9(1), 14-25. (published in a peer reviewed state journal)
  • Denson, C.D., & Buelin-Biesecker, J.K. (2015). Investigating the relationship between creative self-efficacy and students’ creative outcomes Proceedings accepted for the American Society for Engineering Education, Seattle, WA.
  • Denson, C.D. & Lammi, M.D. (2014). Building a framework for engineering design experiences in high school. Journal of Technology Education, 26(1), 75-87.
  • Denson, C.D., & Buelin-Biesecker, J.K., Lammi, M., & D’Amico, S., (in press). Developing instrumentation for assessing creativity in engineering. Journal of Technology Education
  • Denson, C.D., & Stallworth, C., Hailey, C., & Householder, D., (in press). Benefits of informal learning environments: A focused examination of STEM-based informal learning environments. Journal of STEM Education: Innovations and Research.
  • Dowden, A. R., DeCuir- Gunby, J., Warren, J., & Boston, Q. (2014). A phenomenological analysis of invisibility among African American males: Implications for clinical practice and client retention. The Professional Counselor, 4(1), 58-70.
  • Emmer, E. T., & Sabornie, E. S. (Eds.). (2015). Handbook of classroom management (2nd ed.). New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis.
  • Emmer, E. T., & Sabornie, E. J. (2015). Introduction to the second edition. In E. T. Emmer & E. J. Sabornie (Eds.), Handbook of classroom management (2nd ed.; pp. 1-12). New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis.
  • Ernst, J.V. & Clark, A.C. (2014). Self-regulated learning of engineering design graphics students at risk. Journal of Engineering Technology, (31)2, 26-32.
  • Ernst, J.V., Lane, D. & Clark, A.C. (accepted). Pictorial visual rotation ability of engineering design graphics students. Engineering Design Graphics Journal.
  • Ernst, J.V., Segedin, L.J.., Clark, A.C., & DeLuca, V.W. (2014). Technology, engineering, and design educator professional development system implementation: Initial pilot results. Published Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition, Indianapolis, IN, #8919
  • Ernst, J.V., Lane, D., & Clark, A.C. (2014). Pictorial visual rotation ability of engineering design graphics students. Published Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition, Indianapolis, IN, #8625
  • Eseryel, D. (2015). Causal influence diagramming. In J. M. Spector (Ed). Encyclopedia of Educational Technology. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Eseryel, U. Y., Bakker, D., Eseryel, D. (2014). The influence of information technology self-leadership on product and process innovation. Journal of Leadership and Management, 1(2), 95-109
  • Eseryel, D., Law, V., Ifenthaler, D., Ge, X., & Miller, R. B. (2014). An investigation of the interrelationships between motivation, engagement, and complex problem solving in game-based learning. Educational Technology & Society, 17(1), 42-53.
  • Evans, M.A., Walker, M.H., Abel, T.D., McGlynn, M., & Norton, A. (2014). Evaluating design patterns for intentional learning in educational video games: Identifying a common language for interdisciplinary collaborations. Journal of Applied Instructional Design, 4(1), 5-20.
  • Evans, M.A., Lopez, M., Maddox, D., Drape, T., & Duke, R. (2014). Interest-driven learning among middle school youth in an out-of-school STEM studio. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 23(5), 624-640.
  • Evans, M.A., Pruett, J., Chang, M., & Nino, M. (2014). Designing personalized learning products for middle school mathematics: The case for networked learning games. Journal for Educational Technology Systems, 42(3), 235-254.
  • Evans, M.A., Won, S., & Drape, T. (2014). Interest-driven learning of STEM concepts among youth interacting through social media. International Journal of Social Media and Interactive Learning Environments, 2(1), 3-20.
  • Evans, M.A., Jones, B.D. & Biedler, J. (2014). Video games, motivation, and learning. In Blumberg, F.C. (Ed.) Learning by playing: Frontiers of video gaming in education. Oxford University Press. (273-289).
  • Faulkner, V. N., Stiff, L. V., Marshall, P., Nietfeld, J., & Crossland, C. L. (2014). The Impact of Race and Teacher Perceptions as Predictors of Algebra Placement. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 45(3), 288-311.
  • Faulkner, V. N., Stiff, L.V., Marshall, P.L., & Crossland, C.L. (2015). Less is more: Teacher impressions, mathematics placement and closing the achievement gap. Mathematics Teacher (manuscript in preparation).
  • Gayles, J. G., & Baker, A. (in press). Transitioning from high school to college: Challenges and opportunities for freshmen athletes. New Directions for Student Leadership, San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
  • Gayles, J. G., Crandall, R. E., & Jones, C. (in press). Advising African-American male athletes: Characteristics of academic support programs with higher academic progress rates. In R. Bennett, D. Graham, S. R. Hodge, & J. L. Moore (Eds.), Black males and athletics in higher education: An exploration of issues and solutions. Emerald Publishing.
  • Gayles, J. G., & Howard-Hamilton, M. (in press). Athletics, recreation, and student athletes. In G. McClellan & J. Stringer (Eds.), The Handbook of Student Affairs Administration (4th ed.). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
  • Gambino-Rhodes, A., & Lee, J. K. (in press, 2015) TPACK in the middle: Using Web 2.0 technologies to support project-based learning in a middle grades classroom. The Practitioners’ Guide to TPACK. Waynesville, NC: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education.
  • Gayles, J. G. (2015). The student athlete experience. In E. Comeaux (Ed.), Introduction to Intercollegiate Athletics in Higher Education. Baltimore, MD: John Hopkins
  • Gayles, J. G., Crandall, R. E., & Howard-Hamilton, M. (2015). Data driven practices for improving learning and personal development for college athletes. In E. Comeaux (Ed.), Making the Connection: Data-Informed Practices in Academic Support Centers for college athletes. Charlotte, NC: Information Age.
  • Gayles, J. G., & Faison, C. (2015). The Florida State University Scandal. In S. Harper & J. K. Donnor, Scandals in College Sports. New York, NY: Routledge. /
  • Gayles, J. G. (2014). Engaging student athletes. In S. Harper & S. J. Quaye (Eds). Student Engagement in Higher Education: Theoretical Perspectives and Practical Approaches for Diverse Populations (2nd ed.). New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Gayles, J. G., Kelly, B. T., Grays, S., Zhang, J., Porter, K. (in press). Faculty teaching diversity through difficult dialogues: Stories of challenge and success. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice (JSARP)
  • Gayles, J. G., & Ampaw, F. (in press). To stay or leave: Factors that impact undergraduate womens’ persistence in science majors. Journal for Women in Higher Education.
  • Gayles, J. G. & Ampaw, F. (2014). The Impact of College Experiences on Degree Completion in STEM Fields at Four-year Institutions: Does Gender Matter? Journal of Higher Education, 84(5), 439-468.
  • George, M., Pope, C. and Reid, L. (2015) Contemporary literacies and technologies in English language arts teacher education: Shift happens! Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 15(1).
  • Goodale, T. & Hughes, C.E. (2015) Mind Your P’s and Q’s: Developing Creativity in the Early Science Classroom. The Interplay of Creativity and Giftedness in Science Education, Eds. Demetrikopoulos, M.K & Pecore, J.L Institute for Biomedical Philosophy, Dunedin, Fl.
  • Goodale, T., (2014) Science Teacher Professional Development in Education for Sustainability, Handbook on Urban Environmental Education, Ed. Kudryavtsev, A., Environmental Education Capacity Project, Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
  • Grady, E., O’Reilly, Beal, C. Portelli, J. (May, 2014). Putting the learner into the curriculum, not the curriculum into the learner: A case for Negotiated Integrative Curriculum. International Journal of Pedagogical Innovations, No. 2:2, ISSN 2210-1543, pp. 52-64.
  • Grafsgaard, J. F., Wiggins, J., Vail, A., K., Boyer, K. E., Wiebe, E. N., & Lester, J. C. (November, 2014). The Additive Value of Multimodal Features for Predicting Engagement, Frustration, and Learning during Tutoring. ICMI https://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2663204.2663264
  • Gray, D. L., Chang, Y., & Anderman, E. M. (2015). Conditional effects of mastery goal structure on changes in students’ motivational beliefs: need for cognition matters. Learning and Individual Differences, 40, 9-21. doi:10.1016/j.lindif.2015.03.025
  • Gray, D. L. (revise and resubmit). Is psychological membership in the classroom a function of standing out while fitting in? Implications for achievement motivation and emotions. American Educational Research Journal.
  • Grimmett, M. A., & Horne, R. A. (in press). Transformative Black masculinity: Black male student athletes and sexual violence prevention. In R. A. Bennett, III, S. R. Hodge, D. L. Graham, & J. L. Moore, III (Eds.), Black males and intercollegiate athletics: An exploration of problems and solutions. Emerald Group Publishing.
  • Hicks, D., Canning, A. & Lee, J. (2014). Supporting Online Professional Learning with National History Day Resources at the Library of Congress: Utilizing primary sources, course management software and web 2.0 tools. In M. Searson & M. Ochoa (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2014 (pp. 2378-2383). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
  • Hicks, D., Lee, J., Berson, M., Bolick, C., & Diem, R. (2014). Guidelines for using technology to prepare social studies teachers. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 14(4). Retrieved from https://www.citejournal.org/vol14/iss4/socialstudies/article1.cfm
  • Hicks, D., Lee, J., & Shires, S. (2014). Inquiring about the causes of World War I with Chronozoom. Social Education 78(3), 117-122.
  • Hofer, M., Lee, J., Slykhuis, D. & Ptaszynski, J. (2014). Faculty Development for Technology Integration: Opportunities and Challenges on a Global Scale. In M. Searson & M. Ochoa (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2014 (pp. 770-774). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
  • Hofer, M., Lee, J. K., Slykhuis, D., & Ptaszynski, J. (in press, 2015). Opportunities and challenges of TPACK-based professional development on a global scale. In Herring, M., Koehler, M., & Mishra, P. (Eds.). TPACK Handbook V.2. New York: Routledge.
  • Hoggard, L. S., Hill, L. K., Gray, D. L., Sellers, R. M. (In Press). Capturing the cardiac effects of racial discrimination: Do the effects keep going? International Journal of Psychophysiology. doi: 10.1016/j.ijpsycho.2015.04.015
  • Hoggatt, Shank, & Smith, Century 21 Digital Information Management 10th edition, National Geographic/Cengage Learning
  • Hoggatt, Shank, & Smith, Century 21 Input Technologies & Computer Applications 3rd edition, National Geographic/Cenage Learning
  • Hollebrands, K. (2015). Using a dynamic software program for high school geometry: A look at strategies students employ. In E. Silver & P. Kenney (Eds.). More lessons learned from research (pp. 203 – 212). Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
  • Hollebrands, K. & Okumus, S. (2014). High school students’ reasoning about properties of solids using DGS. In P. Liljedahl, C. Nicol, S. Osterle, D. Allan (Eds.) Proceedings for the Thirty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the North America Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education.
  • Hollebrands, K.F., McCulloch, A.W.,Lee, H.S., Chander, K., & Nickell, J. Prospective teachers’ incorporation of technology in mathematics lesson plans. (proposal accepted)
  • Hollebrands, K.F., McCulloch, A.W., & Chandler, K. Technology-based geometric functions: High school students approaches and strategies (in progress)
  • Ifenthaler, D., Warren, S., & Eseryel, D. (accepted). Advances in game-based learning. New York: Springer.
  • Jaeger-Meyer, R., Tyler, R. E., & Baker, S. B. (2015). Eating attitudes and behaviors of a sample of sexual minority men. Issues and research you can use: VISTAS 2015, 11 pages. (published in a peer reviewed online journal; American Counseling Association)
  • Jacobs, B., Lee, H. S., Tran, D., & Doerr, H. M. (February 2015). Improving teachers’ reasoning about sampling variability: A cross institutional effort. In Proceedings of Ninth Congress of European Research in Mathematics Education. https://www.cerme9.org/scientific-activities/twg-papers/.
  • Jang, B.G., Conradi, K., McKenna, M.C., & Jones, J.S. (accepted). Motivation: Approaching an elusive concept through the factors that shape it. The Reading Teacher.
  • Jones, M. G. (2015 online). Science Kits. L. Rennie and R. Gunstone (Eds), Encyclopedia of Science Education. (pp. 1-2 ). Springer, Netherlands.
  • Jones, M. G., Childers, G.,Emig, B., Chevrier, J., Stevens, V., & Tan, H. (in press), The efficacy of visuohaptic simulations in teaching concepts of thermal energy, pressure and random motion, In ESERA 2013 Book of Selected Papers.
  • Jones, M. G. & Legon, M. (2014). Teacher attitudes and beliefs: Reforming practice. In N. Lederman & S. Abell, (Eds), Handbook of Research on Science Teaching, (pp. 830-847). Routledge, NY.
  • Jones, M.G. & Magana, A. (2015). Haptic technologies to support learning. In J.M. Spector (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Educational Technology, Sage Publications, (pp. 331-332), Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Jones, M. G. (2015 online). Science Kits. L. Rennie and R. Gunstone (Eds), Encyclopedia of Science Education. (pp. 1-2 ). Springer, Netherlands
  • Jones, M. G., Childers, G.,Emig, B., Chevrier, J., Stevens, V., & Tan, H. (in press), The efficacy of visuohaptic simulations in teaching concepts of thermal energy, pressure and random motion, In ESERA 2013 Book of Selected Papers.
  • Jones, M. G. & Legon, M. (2014). Teacher attitudes and beliefs: Reforming practice. In N. Lederman & S. Abell, (Eds), Handbook of Research on Science Teaching, (pp. 830-847). Routledge, NY.
  • Jones, M.G. & Magana, A. (2015). Haptic technologies to support learning. In J.M. Spector (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Educational Technology, Sage Publications, (pp. 331-332), Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage
  • Keene, K., Hall, W., & Duca, A., (2014). Sequence limits in calculus: Using design research and building on intuition to support instruction. ZDM: International Journal for Mathematics Education.
  • Kellogg, S., Booth, S., & Oliver, K. (2014). A social network perspective on peer supported learning in MOOCs for Educators. International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 15(5), 263-289.
  • Kelly, W. F., Branoff, T. J., & Clark, A.C. (2014). Spatial ability measure in an introductory graphic communications course. Published Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition, Indianapolis, IN, #8768
  • Kerkhoff, S. & Spires, H. (in press). Getting close to close reading: Teachers making instructional shifts with early literacy. Journal of Language and Literacy.
  • Kier, M. W.*, Blanchard, M. R., Osborne, J. W., & Albert, J. L.* (2014). The Development of the STEM Career Interest Survey (STEM-CIS). Research in Science Education, 44(3), 461-481.
  • Kier, M. W.* & Blanchard, M. R. (2015). My Friends call me “Quick Clutch”: Uncovering Students’ Identification with STEM Careers during an Intervention in a Rural, High Poverty Middle School. Science Education (Accepted with major revisions)
  • Koch, J. G. (2015). Rethinking Costa Rica’s Racial Exceptionalism: Race Relations, Language Policy, and Development. In D. B. Napier (Ed.), International Perspectives on Race (and Racism): Historical and Contemporary Considerations in Education and Society. Hauppauge, New York: Nova Sciences Publishers, Inc.
  • Koch, J. G. (2015, March). Envisioning a humanistic approach to Costa Rica’s national English plan. Peer Reviewed Paper Presentation at the 2015 Comparative and International Education Society Conference, Washington, DC.
  • Lammi, M., Wells, J., Gero, J., Paretti, M., Williams, C. (2014, October). Initial findings of high school pre-engineering and non-engineering students’ design cognition. Paper presented at Frontiers in Education; Madrid, Spain.
  • Lee, J., Spires, H., Wiebe, E., Hollebrands, K., & Young, C. (2015). Portrait of a one-to-one learning environment within a new learning ecology.  International Journal of Learning, Teaching, and Educational Research, 10(3), 78-101.
  • Lee, J., Turner, J.E., & Thomson, M.M. (2015). A structural equation model of pre-service teachers’ perceptions of future goals and current course-related motivation. Japanese Psychological Research. DOI: 10.1111/jpr.12082
  • Lee, H. S., Tran, D., Nickell, J., & Doerr, H. M. (February 2015). Simulation approaches for informal inferences: Models to develop understanding. In Proceedings of Ninth Congress of European Research in Mathematics Education. https://www.cerme9.org/scientific-activities/twg-papers/.
  • Leeman-Munk, S., Smith, A., Mott, B., Wiebe, E., & Lester, J. (June, 2015). Two Modes are Better Than One: A Multimodal Assessment Framework Integrating Student Writing and Drawing. AIED 2015, Madrid, Spain.
  • LePrevost, C. E., Blanchard, M. R., & Cope, W. G. (2014). Personal Goals and Perceived Barriers of Farmworker Pesticide Trainers: Implications for Workplace Safety and Health. Journal of Agricultural Safety and Health, 20(4), 267-282.
  • Lester, J., Spires, H., Nietfeld, J., Minogue, J., Mott, B., & Lobeni, E. (2014). Designing game-based learning environments for elementary science education: A narrative centered learning perspective. Information Sciences, 264 4-18.
  • Long, S. and Pope, C. (In press). Playing the role of teaches: Using film to explore teacher identities. In Shoffner, M. (Ed). Saviors, scapegoats and schoolmarms: Examining the classroom teacher in fiction and film for teacher education. Routledge.
  • Long, S., Pope, C.A., Beal, C. (2015) “Never give up”: The power of a sustained partnership built on vision and trust. In Howell, P., Carpenter, J., Jones, J. (Eds.) Clinical Preparation at the Middle Level: Practices and Possibilities. The Handbook of Resources in Middle Level Education series, (Eds.) Steve B. Mertens, S., Caskey, M., Series. IAP Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC.
  • Lu, R., Goodale, T. A. & Guo, Y. (2014). Impact of Videoconference with Native English Speakers on EFL Learners’ Oral Competence and Self-Confidence. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 2, 54-60.
  • Madden, L. & Wiebe, E. N. (2014). Multiple Perspectives on Elementary Teachers’ Science Identities: A Case Study. International Journal of Science Education. doi: 10.1080/09500693.2014.987715.
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