“‘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.
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.
“‘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
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.
Fonger, Nicole. L. (2014). Equivalent expressions using CAS and paper-and-pencil techniques. Mathematics Teacher, 107(9), 688-693.
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.
“The Revolution Starts with Rue” by A. Garcia and Marcelle Haddix. In The Politics of Panem; 2014, Sense Publishers.
Teaching and Learning of Mathematics Through Problem Solving. Joanna Masingila & Fredrick Odindo. 2014, Lambert Academic Publishing.
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.
“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.
“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.
“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
“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 Teachers. Benjamin Dotger, March 2013. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
Swarm Intelligence: What Nature Teaches Us About Shaping Creative Leadership. James H. Rolling, Jr. St. Martin’s Press, 2013.
Righting Educational Wrongs: Disability Studies in Law and Education. Arlene S. Kanter and Beth A. Ferri. November 2013, Syracuse University Press.
Building Comprehension in Every Classroom: Instruction with Literature, Informational Texts, and Basal programs. Rachel Brown & Peter Dewitz. October 2013, Guilford Press
Theoharis, George, & Biklen, Doug. (2013, Oct). What does it mean to be a developing teacher? [Op-ed]. The Post-Standard. Syracuse, NY.
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.
The Principal’s Handbook for Leading Inclusive Schools. Julie Causton and George Theoharis. August 2013, Brookes Publishing.
Theoharis, George, & Biklen, Doug. (2013, June). School suspensions lead to nowhere good. [Op-ed]. The Post-Standard. Syracuse, NY.
Arts-based Research Primer. James H. Rolling, Jr. Peter Lang Inc, 2013.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
Causton, J., & Theoharis, George. (2013). Inclusive schooling: Are we there yet? The School Administrator, 70(2), 19-25.
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.
Fundamentals of Clinical Supervision (5th Edition). Janine M. Bernard and Rodney K. Goodyear. February 2013, Pearson Higher Education