Leadership for Increasingly Diverse Schools. Edited by George Theoharis and Martin Scanlan. 2015, Routledge.
Includes “Leading Inclusive Schools for Students with Disabilities” by George Theoharis, Julie Causton, and Casey Woodfield.
“Response to Intervention: Persisting Concerns” by Beth Ferri. In Diagnostics in the Context of Inclusive Education – Theories, Ambivalences, Operators, Concepts, Edited by B. Amrhein and K. Zieman; 2015, Verlag.
“That Teacher Just Uses Her Mouth: Inviting Linguistically Diverse Students to Learn” by Zaline Roy-Campbell. In Social Diversity within Multiliteracies: Complexity within Teaching and Learning, Edited by F. Boyd and C. Brock; 2015, Routledge.
Michael Norris, & Hodge, S. (2015). Exploring the beliefs and knowledge African American parents ascribe to physical activity. National Association of Kinesiology in Higher Education (NAKHE) in Tampa, Florida.
Sigley, R. & Louise Wilkinson. (2015). Ariel’s cycles of algebraic problem solving: An adolescent acquires the mathematics register. The Journal of Mathematical Behavior. 40, 75-87. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jmathb.2015.03.001
Wilkinson, Louise. (2015). The language of learning mathematics. The Journal of Mathematical Behavior. 40, 2-5. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jmathb.2015.04.001
Alan R. Foley, Joanna O. Masingila. (2015). The use of mobile devices as assistive technology in resource-limited environments: Access for learners with visual impairments in Kenya. Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology, 10(4), 332-339
“Intergroup Dialogue: Race Still Matters” by Gretchen Lopez, P. Gurin, and N. Sorensen. In Race and Social Problems: Restructuring Inequality, Edited by R. Bangs and L. E. Davis; 2015, Springer
“Ethics, Power and Classroom Management” by Mara Sapon-Shevin. In The SAGE Encyclopedia of Classroom Management, Edited by W George Scarlett; 2015, SAGE Publications
Touched by Touchstone: The Art of Sharif Bey. Schwab Mountain Maryland Gallery, 2015.
Bahr, R., Danzak, R., Silliman, E. & Louise Wilkinson. (2015). Emerging bilingual writers in middle school: It’s more than transfer. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism. 18(1) 73–91. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13670050.2013.878304
On the High Wire: Education Professors Walk Between Work and Parenting. Edited by George Theoharis and Sharon Dotger. 2015, Information Age Publishing.
Introduction by Sharon Dotger, George Theoharis, Lauren Shallish;
“Not Sure Who I Am” by George Theoharis
“A Very Tired Cheerleader: Work and Parenting in the Trenches of Inclusive Urban Education and School Reform” by Christy Ashby
Jing Lei. Never Send a Human to Do a Machine’s Job: Correcting the Top Five Edtech Mistakes (Corwin, 2015).
Already Doing It: Intellectual Disability and Sexual Agency. Michael Gill. 2015, The University of Minnesota Press 2015.
Group Counseling with LGBTQI Persons. Kristopher M. Goodrich and Melissa Luke. 2015, American Counseling Association.
Jang, E. J. & Jing Lei.(2015). The Impact of Video Self-Analysis on the Development of Preservice Teachers’ Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK). International Journal of Digital Literacy and Digital Competence, 6(4), 13-29.
Cil, O., & Benjamin Dotger,(2015). Pre-Service teachers’ identity characteristics: An investigation of pre-service teachers’ decision-making and facilitation processes within a clinical simulation. International Journal of Eurasia Social Sciences, 6(19), 50-75.
Beth Ferri. (2015). Inclusion as an unfinished project: Why we need disability studies in education. Italian Journal of Disability Studies.
David Knapp. (2015). DAM: Dabke on the Moon [album review]. The World of Music, 4(1).
James H Rolling, Jr. (2015). Editorial – Professional development in arts and design education: From paradox to purpose. Art Education, 68 (4), 4-6.
James H Rolling, Jr. (2015). Editorial – A far easier silence: Evolving traditions, cultural intersections, entrenched inequalities. Art Education, 68 (6), 4-5.
Julia M. White., Kurth, J., McCord, J., & Stonemeier, J. (2015). TASH Inclusive Education Town Hall: Access to communication and high quality instruction in the least restrictive environment. TASH Connections, 41(2), 6-12.
Woodfield, C. & Christine Ashby.(2015). “The right path to equality”: Supporting high school students with complex communication needs. International Journal of Inclusive Education.
Sharif Bey., & Kollisch, A. (2015). Refugee Children and Art Teacher Training: Promoting Language, Self- Advocacy, and Cultural Preservation. Art Education: Journal of the National Art Education Association, 68(6), 36-44.
Sharif Bey.(2015) (Ed.). Failure to See? Failure to Connect? Failure to Be?. Journal of Social Theory in Art Education, 34, i-iv.
Christine Ashby, Jung, E., Woodfield, C., Vroman, K, & Orsati, F. (2015). The complicated interplay of independence, interdependence and agency. Disability and Society.
Beth Ferri.(2015). Integrazione scholastica–On not having all of the answers: A Response to Anastasiou, Kauffman and Di Nuovo. European Journal of Special Needs Education.
Jeffery Mangram, Marcelle Haddix, Ochanji, M. K., & Joanna Masingila.(2015). Active Learning Strategies for Complementing the Lecture: Teaching Methods in Large Classes in Higher Education. Journal of Instructional Research, Volume 4.
Gordon, C. M., & Melissa Luke. (2015). “We are in the room to serve our clients”: We and professional identity socialization in email supervision of counselors-in-training. The Journal of Language and Social Psychology.
Alger, A., & Melissa Luke.(2015). School counselor perspective: Preparing students to be college and career ready within a comprehensive school counseling program. The Practitioner Scholar: Journal of Counseling and Professional Psychology, 4(1), 17-35.