MLFTC faculty publication roundup, March

By

Erik Ketcherside

Juliet Hart Barnett chapter (co-author) —Bilingualism (Sage Encyclopedia of Intellectual and Developmental Disorders)

Melanie Bertrand article (co-author) — Youth Participatory Action Research Findings as Mirror Material: Implications for Advancing Educational Equity Through Formative Interventions (Mind, Culture, and Activity, Feb. 2018)

Elisabeth Gee book (co-author) — Families at Play: Connecting and Learning Through Video Games (MIT Press, 2018)

James Gee article (author) — Affinity spaces: How young people live and learn online and out of school (Phi Delta Kappan, March 2018)

Karen Harris article (author) — Educational psychology: A future retrospective (Journal of Educational Psychology, 110-2)

Punya Mishra article (co-author) — Learning environments that support student creativity: Developing the SCALE (Elsevier: Thinking Skills and Creativity 27, 2018)

Molly Ott article (co-author) — Risks and Rewards of College Football: Who Would Accept a Scholarship Knowing the Chances of Physical Harm? (Social Science Quarterly, Feb. 2018)

Maria Tatto article (co-author) — Conceptions of teaching and educational knowledge requirements (Oxford Review of Education, March 2018)


Student research

Dawn Demps graduate research assistant: article (co-author, with Asst. Prof. Melanie Bertrand) — Youth Participatory Action Research Findings as Mirror Material: Implications for Advancing Educational Equity through Formative Interventions (Mind, Culture, and Activity, Feb. 2018)

Laura Beth Kelly doctoral candidate: articles (author) — Compliance and Resistance: Showing Future Teachers How to Navigate Curriculum (Studying Teacher Education, Vol. 14-1, 2018), and An analysis of award-winning science trade books for children: Who are the scientists, and what is science? (Journal of Research in Science Teaching, March 2018)

Terrence McTier Jr. | Stephen Santa-Ramirez graduate research assistants: article (co-authors with Asst. Prof. Keon McGuire) A Prison to School Pipeline: College Students with Criminal Records and Their Transitions into Higher Education (Journal of Underrepresented and Minority Progress, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2017)

Kelly Tran graduate assistant: article (author) — Families, resources, and learning around Pokémon Go (SAGE Journals, E-learning and Digital Media, Feb. 2018)