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Book Chapter:

“‘As a Cripple I Swagger’: Disability Studies in Education and Embodied Difference” by Beth Ferri. In Practicing Disability Studies in Education, Edited by D.J. Connor, J. Valle, C. Hale; 2014, Peter Lang.

Presentation:

Michael Norris, Chang, S. H.,Lee, J. H., Lee, S. Y.(2014). Jokgu: Is it Soccer or Volleyball. Presentation at the Annual Convention of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD), St. Louis, Missouri.

Book Chapter:

“‘With My Eyes Open to Race and Racism’: White Principals and Race-Conscious Leadership” by George Theoharis and Marcelle Haddix
in Educational Leadership and Racism: Preparation, Pedagogy and Practice, Edited by J. S. Brooks and T. N. Witherspoon Arnold; 2014, Information Age Publishing

Editorial/Op-Ed:

Theoharis, George; Haddix, Marcelle; & 34 Syracuse University School of Education Faculty (2014, May). Syracuse should stay the course on dealing with school suspension [Op-ed]. The Post-Standard. Syracuse, NY.

Journal Article:

Fonger, Nicole. L. (2014). Equivalent expressions using CAS and paper-and-pencil techniques. Mathematics Teacher107(9), 688-693.

Presentation:

Columna, L., Michael Norris, McCabe, L., Fernandez-Vivo, M., & Cordero. I. (2014). Physical activity among parents of children with visual impairments. European Congress of Adapted Physical Activity, Madrid, Spain.

Book Chapter:

“The Revolution Starts with Rue” by A. Garcia and Marcelle Haddix. In The Politics of Panem; 2014, Sense Publishers.

Book:

Teaching and Learning of Mathematics Through Problem SolvingJoanna Masingila & Fredrick Odindo. 2014, Lambert Academic Publishing.

Book:

Best Practices in Adolescent Literacy Instruction (2nd Edition)Edited by Kathy Hinchman and Heather Sheridan-Thomas; includes chapters by Kathy Hinchman, Zaline Roy-Campbell and Kelly Chandler-Olcott. 2014, Guilford Press.

Book Chapter:

“The Year I met Carrie White, Miss Celie, and Ponyboy Curtis” by Marcelle Haddix. In Open a World of Possible: Real Stories About the Joy and Power of Reading, Edited by L. Bridges; 2014, Scholastic.

Book Chapter:

“Transgressing Positivism: Arts-based Research as Improvisatory Inquiry” by James Haywood Rolling, Jr. in Inquiry in Action: Paradigms, Methodologies and Perspectives in Art Education Research, Edited by K. Miraglia and C. Smilan; 2014, National Art Education Association.

Book Chapter:

“Preparing Teachers to Teach ‘Other People’s Children’ While Homeschooling Your Own: One Black Woman Scholar’s Story” by Marcelle Haddix. In Learning From and With Children: Insights and Reflections from Parent Researchers, Edited by P. Martens and B. Kabuto; 2014, Taylor & Francis

Book:

“I had no idea!”: Clinical Simulations for Teacher Development. Benjamin Dotger, 2013. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Associated Publication: Clinical Simulations for Teacher Development: A Companion Manual for TeachersBenjamin Dotger, March 2013. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Book:

Swarm Intelligence: What Nature Teaches Us About Shaping Creative Leadership. James H. Rolling, Jr. St. Martin’s Press, 2013.

Book:

Righting Educational Wrongs: Disability Studies in Law and EducationArlene S. Kanter and Beth A. Ferri. November 2013, Syracuse University Press.

Editorial/Op-Ed:

Theoharis, George, & Biklen, Doug. (2013, Oct). What does it mean to be a developing teacher? [Op-ed]. The Post-Standard. Syracuse, NY.

Journal Article:

Sharif Bey. (2013). Excavating the cityscape through urban tales and local archives. Art Education: Journal of the National Art Education Association, 66(4), 14-18.

Book:

The Principal’s Handbook for Leading Inclusive Schools. Julie Causton and George Theoharis. August 2013, Brookes Publishing.

Editorial/Op-Ed:

Theoharis, George, & Biklen, Doug. (2013, June). School suspensions lead to nowhere good. [Op-ed]. The Post-Standard. Syracuse, NY.

Book:

Arts-based Research PrimerJames H. Rolling, Jr. Peter Lang Inc, 2013.

Book Chapter:

Hirsch, C., Keller, B., Fonger, Nicole., & Edson, A. (2013). Core Math Tools: Supporting equitable implementation of the common core state standards for mathematics. In D. Polly (Ed.), Common Core Mathematics Standards and implementing digital technologies (pp. 1-22). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Book Chapter:

Ziebarth, S. W., Fonger, Nicole., & Kratky, J. L. (2013). Instruments for studying the enacted mathematics curriculum. In D. Thompson & Z. Usiskin (Eds.), Enacted Mathematics Curriculum: A Conceptual Framework and Research Needs (pp. 97-120). Information Age Publishing.

Presentation:

Norris, M., (2013).  Invited panelist/reactor to the topic: “Why We Should Care about Diversity in Kinesiology.” Presented at the American Kinesiology Association (AKA) leadership workshop in Orlando, Florida.

Journal Article:

Marcelle Haddix, & Price-Dennis, D. (2013). Urban fiction and multicultural literature as transformative tools for preparing English teachers for diverse classrooms. English Education, 45(3), 247-283.

Journal Article:

Johnson, Dawn R., Wasserman, T., Yildirim, N., & Yonai, B. A. (2013). Examining the effects of stress and campus climate on the persistence of Students of Color and White students: An application of Bean and Eaton’s Psychological Model of Student Retention. Research in Higher Education. 10.1007/s11162-013-9304-9

Journal Article:

Hall, A., Dunlap, T., Causton-Theoharis, J. & Theoharis, George. (2013). The power of the inclusive camp experience. Camping: The Magazine of the American Camp Association, 86(1) 60-65.

Journal Article:

Causton, J., & Theoharis, George. (2013).  Inclusive schooling: Are we there yet? The School Administrator, 70(2), 19-25.

Journal Article:

Cosier, M., Causton-Theoharis, J. & Theoharis, George. (2013). Does Access Matter? Time in General Education and Achievement for Students with Disabilities. Remedial and Special Education, 34(6), 323-332.

Book:

Fundamentals of Clinical Supervision (5th Edition). Janine M. Bernard and Rodney K. Goodyear. February 2013, Pearson Higher Education