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Wambua, Victoria M., Mbasu, Zachariah, Masingila, Joanna O., & Wilkinson, Louise C. (2019). The language demands in mathematics: A case of the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education mathematics examination. US-China Education Review A, 9(7), 279-288.
Barbara Applebaum, (2019). Listen! Micro-aggressions, Epistemic Injustice, and Whose Minds are Being Coddled? Philosophy of Education 2018.
Sharon (Sherrie) Bruner, Kristopher Goodrich, Melissa Luke, Harvey Peters, Kellin Cavanaugh, Dylan Fox, Sam Silvaine. (2019). “An Interdisciplinary Ecological Framework: Intervention for LGBTQ Interpersonal Violence.” International Journal of Bullying Prevention 1: 285. https://doi.org/10.1007/s42380-019-00048-0
Joon Young Kim, Tfayli H., Bacha F., Lee S., Michaliszyn S.F., Yousuf S., Gebara N., Arslanian S. (2019). “β-cell function, incretin response, and insulin sensitivity of glucose and fat metabolism in obese youth: Relationship to OGTT-time-to-glucose-peak.” Pediatric Diabetes.
Sharon Dotger, (2019). “Lesson Study & NGSS with Dr. Sharon Dotger.” NGS Navigators, National Science Teacher’s Association Podcast.
Michael Gill and Brianna Dickens. “Restricted Reproductive and Parental Rights: Challenging What Makes a Person ‘Fit’ to Parent.” In Disability: a Reference Handbook by Michael Rembis. (ABC-CLIO 2019): 104-105
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Susan Thomas (2019) Difference and dissent in the neoliberal university: relational geographies of race, caste, and violence, Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, DOI: 10.1080/01596306.2019.1655636
Knapp, David H. and Silva, Carlos. (2019). “The Shelter Band: Homelessness, social support and self-esteem in a community music partnership.” International Journal of Community Music, 12(2), 229-247.
Tony Xing Tan, Yanhong Liu. (2019). “Identity Development in an International Transracial Adoptive Family: A 5-Year Case Study.” Journal of Family Communication, 19:4, 362-379,
A Good Fit for All Kids: Collaborating to Teach Writing in Diverse, Inclusive Settings. Kelly Chandler-Olcott. 2019 (In Press), Harvard Education Press.
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Nicole Fonger, Stephens, A., Blanton, M., Isler, I., Knuth, E., Gardiner, A. (in revision). “Developing a learning progression for curriculum, instruction, and student learning.” For re-submission to Cognition and Instruction.
Seongmi Lim, Moon-Heum Cho. (2019). “Parents’ Use of Mobile Documentation in a Reggio Emilia-Inspired School.” Early Childhood Education Journal.
Carney, J. V., Yanhong Liu, & Hazler, R. J. (In revision). “Bullying, support for learning, perception of diversity, social skills, and overall school connectedness: A path analysis.” Children and Youth Services Review.
Yanhong Liu, Fullenkamp, L. J., & Zimmer, D. M. (Accepted). Love seeking or attachment disorder: A holistic review on indiscriminate friendliness in adopted or maltreated children in the U.S. The Practitioner Scholar: Journal of Counseling and Professional Psychology.
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Autobiography on the Spectrum: Disrupting the Autism Narrative. Beth Myers. May 2019, Teachers College Press.
Yanhong Liu, Jacoby, R., Jang. H., & Li, D. (2019). A content analysis of adoption research in counseling journals: A 30-year review. The Family Journal, 27(1), 67-74. doi: 10.1177/106648071880942
Nicole Fonger. (in press). “A design-based research partnership to support students’ coordination of computer algebra systems and paper-and-pencil.” International Journal for Technology in Mathematics Education.
Dari, T., Laux, J. M., Yanhong Liu, & Reynolds, J. (In press). Preliminary results of a Delphi study: Development and validation of community-based participatory research (CBPR) competencies. The Professional Counselor.
Brasch, Michael T.; Neeld, Kevin L.; Kristen Konkol; and Pettitt, Robert W. (2019) “Value of Wellness Ratings and Countermovement Jumping Velocity to Monitor Performance,” International Journal of Exercise Science: 12(4), 88-99.
McGee, C., Baltrinic, E., Clark, M. E., Laux, J., Yanhong Liu, & Harmening, D. (In press). A phenomenological investigation of counselor educators’ creative teaching experiences. Counselor Education & Supervision.
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