Unit Publications

Jacki Anderson

Brown, F., Anderson, J., (In Process) Positive Behavior Supports: A Comprehensive Standards Based Guide to Practices in School and Community Settings. Paul H. Brookes Publishing.

Brown, F. & Anderson, J (2010) Standards of Practice for Positive Behavior Supports. TASH Connections

Anderson, J. & Brown, F.  (2009) Tribute to a Visionary: Dr. Edward Carr. Research & Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities. 33-4,  4-1, 1–2.

Anderson, J., Brown, F., & Scheuermann, B. (2007).  PBS Standards of practice: Individual level.  Association of Positive Behavior Supports: Bloomsburgh, PA.

Anderson, J. L. (2006).  Preservice training in positive behavior support practices.  TASH Connections.  32,1,2.

Halvorsen, A. T., Tweit-Hull, D., Meinders, D., Falvey, M., & Anderson, J. (2005).  Inclusive education starter kit: Manual 1 – Districts and schools, & Manual 2 – Classroom based strategies.  The California Confederation on Inclusive Schools: CSU Hayward, CSU San Diego, & California State Department of Education. 

Anderson, J. L. (2003).  School-wide supports for inclusive education: Restructuring for effectiveness.  In Barlett, F. Bryer, & D. Roebuck (Eds.), Reimaging practice: Researching change.  Brisbane, Australia: Griffith University.

Knoster, T., Anderson, J., Carr, T., Dunlap, G & Horner, R. (2003)  Emerging challenges and opportunities: Introducing the association for positive behavior support.  Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions, 5,3.

Devaney, C., Bailey, E. & Anderson, J. (2003).  Parent/professional collaboration in positive behavior support.  TASH Connections.  29,1,2.

Carr, E. G., Dunlap, G., Horner, R. H., Koegel, R. L., Turnbull, A., Sailor, W., Anderson, J., Albin, R., Koegel, L. K., & Fox, L. (2002).  Positive behavior support: Evolution of an applied science.  Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions, 4(1).

Anderson, J., Mesaros, R., Neary, T., Shepard, S., & Gee, K. (2000).  Positive behavioral support trainers manuals (3 volumes).  Hayward, CA: CSU Hayward Research and Training Center on Positive Behavioral Support. 

Dunlap, G., Hieneman, M., Koster, T., Fox, L., Anderson, J., & Albin, R. (1999).  Essential elements of inservice training.  Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions, 2(1).

Anderson, J. L. (1999).  Reflections about positive behavioral support.  TASH Newsletter, 25(11).

Halvorsen, A. T., Anderson, J. L., et al. (1997).  Valuing diversity in California’s schools:  Introductory training modules.  Hayward, CA: CSUH, California Confederation on Inclusive Education. 

Lee, M., Storey, K., Anderson, J. L., Goetz, L., & Zivolich, S. (1997).  The effect of mentoring versus job coach instruction in integration in supported employment settings.  JASH, 22, 151-158.

Anderson, J., Russo, A., Dunlap, G., & Albin, R. (1996).  A Team Training Model for Building the Capacity to Provide Positive Behavioral Supports in Inclusive Settings.  In R.L. Koegel, L. K. Koegel & J. Dunlap (Eds.)  Community, school, family and social inclusion through positive behavioral support.  Baltimore:  Paul H. Brookes. 440-467.


Gilberto Arriaza

Arriaza G. and Wagner, A. (2012) Build me a bridge. Steps to solidarity between a school and its community. In Creating solidarity across diverse communities. Columbia Teachers Press, NY, NY pp 148-162. 

& Henze, R. C. (2011).Transformative leaders and urban education. In Urban leadership. Symms Gallagher, K; Goodyear, R.; Brewer, D. J.; and Rueda, R. Editors. Routledge. New York, NY, .

& Briscoe, F. M. and Henze, R. C. (2009). The Power of Talk: How Words Change Our Lives,. Corwin Press,. Thousand Oaks, CA.

Mendoza, N. (2007)Equity leadership in schools. Merida, Mexico. Educación y Ciencia. (Pp 7-20).

& Krovetz, M. (2006). Collaborative teacher leadership. How teachers can foster equitable schools. Corwin Press, Thousand Oaks, CA.

& Henze, R. (2006). Language and reforming schools: a case for a critical approach to language in educational leadership. International Journal of Educational Leadership. (9(2) 157-177).

& Katz, S. & Fuentes, E. (2005). Waging war over public education and Youth Services. Challenging corporate control of our schools and communities. Issue editors. Social Justice Journal. (32(3)). San Francisco, CA.

Arriaza, G. (2004). Making changes that stay made. School reform and community involvement. The High School Journal. (37(4). 10-24). Chapel Hill, NC.

Arriaza, G. (2004). Changing schools for good: A study of school culture and systems. Journal of Education and Society. (22(2). 5-21). James Nicholas Publisher. Melburne, Australia.

Arriaza, G. (2004). Welcome to the front seat: Racial identity and Mesoamerican immigrants. Latinos and Education Journal. (3(4) 251-265). San Bernardino, CA.

Arriaza, G. (2003). The School yard as a stage. Missing cultural clues of symbolic fighting. Multicultural Education Journal. (10(3). 7-13.) Caddo Pub. San Francisco, CA.

Arriaza, G. (2003). Schools, social capital and children of color. Race, Ethnicity, and Class in Education Journal,. (6(1). 71-94.) The University of London, UK.

Arenas, A., & Sanford, V. (2003). Ideologies of violence. Issue co-editors. Social Justice Journal. (30(3).) San Francisco, CA.

Arriaza, G. (2001). Grace under pressure. Immigrant families and the nation state. Social Justice journal. (24(2) pp 6-25). San Francisco, CA.

Arriaza, G. (2001). Crime and punishment. Social capital and children of color. (Eric/Chess. Clearinghouse for Social Studies/Social Science in Education.) Indiana University. IN.

& Arias, A. (1998). Claiming collective memory. Maya languages and civil rights. Social Justice Journal. (25(3) pp 70-79). San Francisco, CA.

& Ishibashi, J., Noguera, P. (1997). Reconfiguring power: Challenges for the 21st century. Social Justice Journal. (24(2)). San Francisco, CA.


Joel Baum

Joel Baum (2006 March). LEADing for Social Justice: A Journey of Inquiry and Reflective Practice. Journal of School Leadership, vol. 16, no.2. (126-141). 

Jeanette Bicais

Bicais, J. & Correia, M. (2008). Peer-learning Space: A staple in English Learners' Toolkit for Developing Language and Literacy. The Journal of Research in Childhood Education. (22, 363-375). 

Curry, M, Jaxon, K., Russell, J. L., Callahan, M. A. & Bicais, J (2008). Examining the Practice of Beginning Teachers' Micropolitical Literacy within Professional Inquiry Communities.Teaching and Teacher Education. (24, 660-673.) 

Bicais, J (2004). Talk in Writing: Opportunities and Constraints of English Learners Writing in Classrooms. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of California, Berkeley. 

Maliika Chambers

Chambers, M.H. (2006-01-01). Passionate Pedagogy: Understanding �Good� History Education in the Urban Context. Dissertations. (Oakland: Mills College, School of Education.)

Li-Ling Chen

Chen, L. (2011-2012).  Improving teachers’ teaching with communication technology.  Journal of Educational Technology System, 40(1), 35-44.

Chen, L. (2011). Enhancing Special Needs Student’s Learning with iPad. Proceedings of Elearn 2011-- World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthy Care, & Higher Education, By Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).

Chen, L. (2011).  Life Skill Development for Women with Domestic Violence. Proceedings of ELearn 2011-- World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthy Care, & Higher Education, By Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).

Chen, L. (2011). Teaching Language Arts in Second Life.  Educational Technology, 51(4), 40-42.

Chen, L.L. (2010). Improving Teacher's Teaching with Communication Technology. In Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2010 (pp. 2172-2176). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Chen, L.L. (2010). Language Arts Teaching with Second Life. In Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2010 (pp. 3296-3300). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Chen, L. (2009). Technology as a Follow-up Tool: An Effective Professional Development Model. In G. Siemens & C. Fulford (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2009 (pp. 2375-2379). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Chen, L. (2009). Handheld Learning: A Case Study. In G. Siemens & C. Fulford (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2009 (pp. 337-339). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Chen, L. (2008). E-District: From Academic Crisis to Ongoing Progress. In C. Bonk et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2008 (pp. 658-660). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Chen, L. & Epperson, C. (2008). Enhancing Limited English Proficiency (LEP) Students’ Learning with a Learning Management System (LMS).  In C. Bonk et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2008 (pp. 3634-3640). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Chen, L. (2007). Using Interactive Whiteboard for Teaching. In C. Montgomerie & J. Seale (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2007 (pp. 419-423). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Chen, L. (2007). Podcasting for Graduate Learning. In C. Montgomerie & J. Seale (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2007 (pp. 203-204). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Chen, L. (2006).  Research in Educational Technology: Course Package, California State University at East Bay.

Chen, L. & Iris, C. (2004).  iTV: An emerging tool in education. Educational Technology, 61-62.

Chen, L. (2004).  Cooperative project-based learning and students’ learning styles on Web page development, Journal of Educational Technology System, 32(4), 365-377.

Chen, L. (2004). Pedagogical strategies to increase pre-service teachers’ confidence in computer learning, Educational Technology and Society, 7(3), 56-60.

Chen, L. (2004). Designing and Implementing Technology Collaboration Projects: Lesson Learned, TechTrends, 47(7), 46-51.

Chen, L. (2004). Partnership with E-coaching to enhance students’ learning.  Proceedings of Syllabus 2004 11th Annual Conference.

Chen, L. (2004). Applying desktop recording software for meaningful staff development.  Proceedings of Syllabus 2004 11th Annual Conference.

Chen, L. (2003).  E-learning in Higher Education: The CalTeach Example.  Chulalongkorn Educational Review, 9(2), 53-60.

Chen, L. (2002).  Students’ Learning Styles and Collaboration in Project-based Learning of Web Page Development.  Proceedings of Selected Research and Development Presentations at the 2002 National Convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology.

Chen, L. (2001).  Research in Educational Technology: Course Package, California State University at Hayward.

Chen, L. & Huntsberger, J. (2001).  Teachers’ characteristics and information application strategies of the World Wide Web, Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 29(4), 273-282.

Chen, L. (2000).  Internet Training Manual for Educators.  ERIC Clearinghouse on Information and Technology.  ED439686.

Chen, L. (1999).  How can local interactive on-line discussion assist culturally diverse students in learning?  Journal of Educational Technology Systems.  28(1), 33-42.

Chen, L. (1998).  Instructional Technology: Course Supplement. University of Michigan-Flint. 

Chen, L. (1998).  World Wide Web Training Workbook.  Beecher Community School District. 

Chen, L. (1998).  Web-Based Distance Instruction: Design and Implications of a Cybercourse Model.  In Simonson, M. & Anderson M. (Ed.),  Proceedings of Selected Research and Development Presentations at the 1998 National Convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, pp. 111-125  (ED423828)

Chen, L. (1997).  Effects of Learners' Language Background and Computer Graphics Display Strategies in Hypermedia Instruction.  Journal of Educational Computing Research, 17(2), 135-145.

Chen, L. (1997).  Distance Delivery Systems in Terms of Pedagogical Considerations: A Reevaluation.  Educational Technology, 17(4), 34-37.

Chen, L. (1996).  Digital multimedia instruction: A HyperCard example.  Proceedings of 10th Annual Conference of USA-SINO Teacher Educational Consortium.

Chen, L. (1995).  Effects of Static Graphics, Animated Graphics, and Digital Video on Learners' Performance and Attitude in Computer-Assisted Instruction.  University Microfilms International, Doctoral dissertation, The University of Texas at Austin.

Chen, L. (1994-1995).  Digital multimedia instruction: Past, present, and future.  Journal of Educational Technology System, 23(2), 169-175.


Wendy Cheng

Meredith, Cheng, Hickey, & Dwight-Johnson (2007). Factors associated with primary care clinicians’ decision to choose watchful waiting for depression. Psychiatric Services. (72-78).

Nagata & Cheng (2003). Intergenerational transmission of traumatic stress: WWII Japanese American Internment Survivors. Journal of Orthopsychiatry. (266-278).


Michelle Collay

Collay, M. (forthcoming 2011). Everyday teacher leadership: Taking action where you are. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Gagnon, G. & Collay, M. (2006). Constructivist learning design: Key questions for teaching to standards. Thousand Oaks: Corwin Press.

Gagnon, G. & Collay, M. (2001). Designing for learning: Six elements in constructivist classrooms.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.

Collay, M., Dunlap, D., Enloe, W. & Gagnon, G. (1998). Learning circles: Creating conditions for teacher professional development.   Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.

Lambert, L., Dietz, M., Kent, K., Collay. M., and Richert, A. (1996). Who will save our schools: Teachers as constructivist leaders.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.

Chapters

Lambert, L., Collay, M., Dietz, M., Kent, K. & Richert, A. (2007). Teaching as Leading. Chapter in Uncovering teacher leadership: Essays and voices from the field. Eds. Ackerman, R. & Mackenzie, S. Thousand Oaks: Corwin Press. (pp. 107-129). (from 1996 publication above)

Collay, M.  Balancing work and family. (2002). Chapter in Tenure in the sacred grove: A resource book for women & minorities.  Albany, NY: SUNY Press.

Leglar, M. & Collay, M.  (2002). Research by teachers on teacher education. In The Handbook of Music Teaching and Learning, ed. Richard Colwell. Oxford University Press.

Collay, M. (1995). Finding a common ground: the role of the university-based facilitator in initiating the professional development school. Chapter in H. Petrie, ed.  Professionalization, partnership and power: Building professional development schools.  New York: SUNY Press.

Collay, M. & LaMar, H. (1995). The mom and pop model of school administration:  A case study.  Chapter in Women's leadership in education: An agenda for a new century, edited by Dunlap, D. & Schmuck, P.  New York: SUNY Press.

Refereed articles under review

Collay, M. (Fall 2010). Leading from the classroom to the boardroom. Conference proceedings for the New Zealand Association for Research in Education.

Collay, M. (Winter 2011). Developing leadership identity through critical reflection. International Journal of Teacher Leadership.

Refereed Articles

Collay, M., Winkelman, P., Garcia, R. & Guilkey-Amado, J. (2010). Transformational leadership pedagogy: Implementing equity plans in urban schools. Educational Leadership and Administration.

Collay, M. (2010). Retracing the roots of teacher activism in urban schools. Education, Citizenship and Social Justice. 5(November), 221-223.

Collay, M. & Cooper, J. (2008). The role of self-authorship in developing women leaders. Journal of Research on Leadership Education. 3(2)December.

Collay, M. (2008). Transformative learning curriculum for the development of teacher leaders: The role of critical reflection in creating a leadership identity. Conference proceedings from the Special Interest Group: Research on Women and Education, November, Washington, D.C.

Collay, M. (2006). Discerning professional identity and becoming bold, socially responsible teacher leaders.  Educational Leadership and Administration: Teaching and Program Development. 18(Fall) 131-146.

Collay, M. (2005). Every teacher a leader: A feminist perspective on what it means to lead.  Published in the Special Interest Group Research on Women in Education Conference proceedings. Fall, 2005.

Collay, M., Gehrig, S., Lesniak, V. & Mayer, C. (2002). Reimagining our academic journeys through spiritual metaphor. Advancing Women in Leadership, 10(1).

Cooper, J., Benham, M. Collay. M., Martinez-Aleman, A. & Scherr, M. (1999). A Famine of stories: Finding a home in the academy. Initiatives, 59(1), 1-18.

Collay, M. (1999). Mediating morality: A new teacher ministers to her students. Religion and Education, 26(1), 49-57.

Collay, M. (1998). Recherche: Teaching our life histories. Teaching and Teacher Education, 14(3), 245-255.

Collay, M. (1993). In loco parentis. Teaching & Learning: The Journal of Natural Inquiry, 8(1), 15-22. Grand Forks, ND.

Harris, M. & Collay, M. (1990). Teacher induction in rural schools.  Journal of Staff Development, 11(4), 44-48.

Dunlap, D., Carroll, B., Collay, M., & Wilkes, P. (1989). Three studies of supervision and implications for teacher education.  The South Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 17(1) 39-45.

Other articles

Collay, M. (2009, August 03). [Review of the book Advocacy leadership: Toward an authentic post-reform agenda in education, by Gary. L. Anderson]. Teachers College Record, http://www.tecrecored.org, ID Number: 15733.

Collay, M. (2008). APSA Newsletter. Principal’s Institute of the Philippines.

Collay, M. (2006). Respecting Teacher Professional identity as a foundational reform strategy.  New Horizons for Learning, Summer.

Collay, M. (Spring, 2004). SFC – A teacher-led school. In Schools by Design, 1(10) p. 12-13.

Collay, M. (August, 2003). ALAS Effort to promote literacy. In Schools by Design, 1(1).

Collay, M. (2002). Horace. Book Review

Collay, M.  Composing a life and achieving tenure: Women and minorities advise their peers. In Higher Education Abstracts

Collay, M. (1997). Teachers at risk.  Learners at Risk monograph, Hamline University, St. Paul, MN.

Collay, M. & Leo-Nyquist, D. (1992). A community of learning.  Kappa Delta Pi Record, 428(4), 104-109.

Collay, M. & Leo-Nyquist, D. (1991). The role of the university-based facilitator.  In the Holmes Group publication Forum. Spring.

Slack, P. & Collay, M. (1990). Principal Mentorship Follow-Through.  Literature Review for Washington Principals' Association, March.

Collay, M. (1990). Lessons from the boilerroom: Staff development in rural schools. Country Teacher, January

Randi S Cowdery

Referred:

Cowdery, R. S., Scarborough, N., Lewis, M., S., Knudson-Martin, C., & Mahoney, A. (2009). Gendered Power in Cultural Contexts: Part II. African American Couples. Family Process. Unknown.

Cowdery, R. S., Knudson-Martin, C., & Mahoney, A. (in press) (2008?). Motherhood: Innate talent or conscious collaboration. Couples, Gender, and Power: Creating Change in Intimate Relationships. New York, NY: Springer Publications.

Cowdery, R. S., Scarborough, N., Lewis, M., S., & Seshadri, G. (in press). (2008?). Pulling together: African American couples confront social inequalities. In C. Knudson-Martin & A. Mahoney (Eds.), Couples, Gender, and Power: Creating Change in Intimate Relationships. (Unknown). New York, NY: Springer Publications.

Cowdery, R. S (2006). Remembering and Loss. American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy. California Division News. (Volume 14(3), 6-7).

Cowdery, R. S., & Knudson-Martin, C. (2005). The construction of motherhood: Tasks, relational, connection and gender equality. Family Relations. (54, 335-345).

Cowdery, R. S (2005). A discourse analysis: Narrative practice and grief among elder women. Dissertation Abstracts International. Unknown. (Unknown). Unknown.


Joan Davenport

Davenport , J. and Engdahl, E. (2007-10-26). Constructivism and the Arts. Assn. of Constructivist Teaching.

Davenport, J. (2007-2-24). Integrating Music into Elementary School Curriculum. AACTE conference publication.


Jack Davis

Christo, C. & Davis, J. M. (2009). Rapid naming and phonological processing as predictors of reading and spelling. The California School Psychologist. (13: 7-19.)

Davis, J. M., Christo, C., & Husted, D. (2009). Reading fluency and experimental research on reading fluency interventions interventions: The relationship to accommodations. Learning Disabilities: A Multidisciplinary Journal. (In press).

Christo, C., Davis, J. M., & Brock, S. (2009). Book. Identifying, Assessing, and Treating Dyslexia at School. (In press). Springer Publishing.

Davis, JM and Broitman, J (2007). Subtypes of Nonverbal Learning Disorders. The Educational Therapist. The Journal of the Association of Educational Therapists.

Davis, J.M. & Broitman, J. (2006). A Brief Historical Overview of Nonverbal Learning Disorders. The Educational Therapist. (Volume 27 (3), 5-9.) Association of Educational Therapy.

Davis, J.M. (2005). Crisis management research summaries: Parents' reactions to talking to their terminally ill children about death. Communique. (38). NASP.

Davis, J.M. (2004). "Answers from the experts" column. PEN News, newsletter for the Parents Education Network. (8).

Fine, J.G. & Davis, J.M. (2003). Grade retention and enrollment in psot-secondary education. Journal of School Psychology. (401-411).

Lieberman, R. & Davis, J. M.. (2002). Suicide intervention.In Brock, S. E., Lazaruz, P. J., & Jimerson, S. R. (Eds.). Best practices in school crisis prevention and intervention. (531-551). National Association of School Psychologists Publication.

Davis, J. M. & Brock, S. E. (2002). Suicide. In Sandoval J.(Ed). Handbook for crisis counseling, intervention, and prevention in the schools. (Second Edition 273-299). Lawrence Erbaum Associates.


Erica Donahue

Storms, B.A., Prada, M.J. & Donahue, E.N. (2011). Advising doctoral students to degree completion. Educational Leadership and Administration: Teaching and Program Development. (Connexions Web site: http://cnx.org/content/col11358/1.4/). vol. 23.

Donahue, E. N (2011). Organizational Culture and the Interpretation and Implementation of Student Discipline. Doctoral Dissertation. CSUEB.


Phillip Duren

Duren, Phil E (1997). An Integrated Approach Technology Laboratory Manual for Use With Cabri. Addison Wesley Secondary Math Focus on Geometry. Addison Wesley.

Duren, Phil E (1990). Investigative Activities Using Master Grapher. Overview of Master Grapher. (118 Pgs.) Addison-Wesley Publishing.


Eric Engdahl

Engdahl, Eric, editor and contributing writer.  GATEWAYS CRADLE TO CAREER EDUCATION AND WORKFORCE PARTNERSHIP REPORT TO THE COMMUNITY, 2011, published by University Advancement, 2011.

Engdahl, Eric.  LEARNING WITHOUT BORDERS, PROESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EXERCISES, published by the East Bay Center for the Performing Arts, 2006.

Engdahl, Eric, editor, STORIES FROM THE EDGE, SON JAROCHO, KASUM AFRICA, WORK OF THE MIND, web and print published by East Bay Center for the Performing Arts, 2006.

Engdahl, Eric, et al., PARAGON™ HUMANITIES ARTS CURRICULUM, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004.

Engdahl, Eric, et al., PARAGON CURRICULUM™, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004.

Engdahl, Eric, Program Editor and Feature Writer, Solano College Theatre, 2002-2003 season.

Engdahl, Eric & Cab Covay (Illustrations),  LUNGMAN AND WINDPIPE’S EXCELLENT ADVENTURE,  (Coloring Book)  Published by Make*A*Circus, 1998.

Engdahl, Eric, MAKE*A*CIRCUS’ SMOKE FREE CIRCUS - TEACHER’S STUDY GUIDE.  Published by Make*A*Circus, 1998. 

Engdahl, Eric.  “Issues in Technology and Education.”  ARTSREACH ONLINE, Volume 1, Number 2, September, 1997.

Engdahl, Eric.  “Creative Collaborations: The California Arts Project/California Arts Council Artists and Educators Collaborative Forum.”  ARTSREACH ONLINE, Volume 1, Number 1, February, 1997.

Engdahl, Eric.  "Professional Development Goals for Postsecondary Arts Faculty." ARTSREACH, Volume 8, Number 3, March, 1996.

Engdahl, Eric.  "I've Got a Ph.D., I'm Ready to Teach!"  OPEN MIC, Volume 2, Number 5, May 1996.

Engdahl, Eric.  "Tap in America," program notes for GRAVITY IS A STATE OF MIND, New Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco, June 1994.

Engdahl, Eric.  Review "METAMORFOSES and FACE À FACE at the Festival Fantocchio"  Theatre Journal, May 1994.

Editorial Advisory Board Member, Theatre: Its Art and Craft.  Collegiate Press, 1999

Produced, unpublished plays for children.  GOLD DUST MAGIC, TRICKSTERS – TRUTH AND CONSEQUENCES, TRICKSTERS THE WORLD OVER, TOMMYKNOCKERS!, HARLIQUENADE.


Michael Fanning

Fanning, Michael C (2008 accepted). The School Leader�s Portfolio: Perspectives of Professors and Prospective Employers. Journal of Educational Leadership and Administration.

Fanning, Michael C (2007). Developing a Perspective on the Global Achievement Gap: School Leaders as International Collaborators. Journal of Educational Leadership and Administration. (27-44).

Fanning, Michael C (2004). The Relationship Between Stress in Public School Elementary Teachers and Conditions in the Classroom. ACSA EdCal. (6-7).


Denise Fleming

Fleming, D., Unrau, N. Davis, J., Cooks, J., Farnan, N., and Grisham, D (2007). A California State Initiative to Improve Adolescent Reading in All Content Areas. Teacher Education Quarterly. Caddo Gap Press. 

Fleming, D., Farnan, N., Unrau, N. and Harris, C. (2006). Enhancing Secondary English Methods Courses. Principles and Resources for Literacy Infusion, CSU Office of the Chancellor, Center for the Advancement of Reading. Long Beach, CA. 

Fleming, D., Cooper, T., and Forrest, D. (2006). Enhancing Secondary Social Science Methods Courses. Principles and Resources for Literacy Infusion, CSU Office of the Chancellor, Center for the Advancement of Reading. (Long Beach, CA). 

Fleming, D. (2004). �Teaching Wisely�. Alameda Reader, Alameda Country Reading Association Newsletter. 

Fleming, D. (2004). �Of Policy and Practice�. Alameda Reader, Alameda Country Reading Association. 

Brynelson, N., Farnan, N., Fleming, D., Grady, K, Gunston-Parks, C., Hollingsworth, S., Muller, N, Unrau, N, and Vogt, M. (2004). Principles and Resources: Enhancing CSU Single Subject Reading Courses. Book. California State University, Office of the Chancellor. 

Fleming, D. (2000). The Second Migration. A Qualitative Study of Immigrant Students Negotiating an ESL Class at a Traditional Secondary School (doctoral dissertation).


Ray Garcia

Garcia, R. (2008). Subduing the recalcitrant theory of sustainability: A study of leadership perceptions of educational reform. School Leadership Review, Vol. 3. (9-25). 

Garcia, R. (2005). Sustainability crisis: A time for resolution.Educational Leadership & Administration, Vol. 17. (33-46). 

Garcia, R. (1992). Implementation of the alternatives to social promotion program in Texas. Southwest Journal of Educational Research into Practice, Vol. 9. Newbury Park, CA: Sage. 

Garcia, R & Walker de Felix, J. (1991). The dropout issue and school reform. In J. Walker de Felix, J. Anderson, & P. Baptiste (Eds.) Research on at-risk students: The past, present and future. 

Garcia, R & Baptiste, P. (1990). Minority recruitment and retention in teacher education. Teacher Education and Practice, 6(2). (13-21). 


Bijan Gillani

Gillani, B. B. (2006). Problem-Based Learning and the Design of E-Learning Environments. In Stewart, Taylor, & Yu (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Developing Regional Communities with ICT. Idea Group Inc. Hershey, PA 17033, USA.

Gillani B. B. (2006). Cognitive Theories and the Design of E-Learning Environments. In Stewart, Taylor, & Yu (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Developing Regional Communities with ICT. Idea Group Inc. Hershey, PA 17033, USA.

Gillani, B. B. (2005). Developmental Theories and the Design of E-Learning Environments. In Hovenga, & Mantas (Eds.). Global Health Informatics Education. IOS Press. Washington DC. USA.

Gillani, B. (2004). The web as a delivery medium to enhance instruction. In Weigland, C. (Ed). Contributions of academic technology to teaching and learning in the California State University. Long Beach California:CSU Publication.

Gillani, B. (2003). Integrated assessment as the basis of learner-centered design. In Marchall, S., Taylor, W., & Yu, X.( Eds.). Closing the digital devide:Transforming regional economics and communities with information technology. (121-135). Westport, Connecticut: Praeger Publishers.

Gillani, B. (2003). Learning theories and the design of e-learning environments. Lanham,Maryland:University Press of America.

Gillani, B. (2002). Integrated assessment as the basis of learner-centered design. In Marchall, S., Taylor, W., & Yu, X. (Eds.). Transforming regional economies and communities with information technology. (Summer). Greenwood Press.

Gillani, B. (2002). Integrated thematic multimedia learning environments. In Marchall, S.,Taylor, W., & Yu, X. (Eds.). Using IT: Making It Happen. (200-220). Rockhampton, Australia:University of Queensland Press.

Gillani, B. (2002). Using the web to create student-centered curriculum.In Cole, R. A. (Ed.). Issues in web-based pedagogy: A critical primer. (161-181). Greenwood Press.

Gillani, B. (2001). Creating multiculturally responsive educational settings on the web.In Ramirez, L., & Gallardo, O. (Eds.). Portraits of teachers in multicultural setting: A critical literacy approach. (1223-138). Allyn and Bacon.

Gillani, B. (2001). Educational management system. IBM.

Gillani, B. (2001). Integrated learner-centered management system.In Marshall, S. & Taylor, W. (Eds.). Using informatics to transform regions. (451-467). University of Queensland Press.

Gillani, B. (2000). Culturally responsive educational web sites. Educational Media Inernational. (37:3, 185-195). Educational Media Inernational.

Gillani, B. (2000). Student-centered design. In Romm, C. & Taylor, W. (Eds.). Using community informatics for regional transformation. University of Queensland Press.

Gillani, B.B. (2000). Culturally responsive educational web sites. Educational Media International. (37:3, 185-195). Educational Media International.

Gillani, B. B. (2000). Using the web to create student-centered curriculum. In R.A. Cole (Ed.), Issues in Web-Based Pedagogy: A Critical Primer. (pp.161-181). Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press.

Gillani, B.B. (1998). The web as a delivery medium to enhance instruction. Educational Media International. (35:3, 197-202.) Educational Media International.

Gillani, B.B., & Relan (1997). Web-based information and the traditional classroom: similarities and differences. In B. H. Khan (Ed.),. Web-Based Instruction. (pp. 41-46). Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Educational Technology Publications.

Gillani, B.B., & Relan, A. (1997). Incorporating interactivity & multimedia into web-based instruction. In B. H. Khan (Ed.),. Web-Based Instruction. (pp. 231-237). Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Educational Technology Publications.


Ann Halvorsen

Halvorsen,A.T. & Neary,T. (2009). Building Inclusive Schools: Tools & Strategies for Success (2nd edition). BOOK. Boston,MA:Pearson-Allyn & Bacon.

Halvorsen,A.T. (2008). LRE Resources: Research-Based Practices to Support Inclusive California Classrooms, Schools and School Districts. . Sacramento,CA: WestEd: LRE Resources Project. Manual. (n/a). S.

Halvorsen,A.T., Meinders, D.M. (2005). Training of Trainers Manual: Professional Development Institute for Collaborative, Inclusive School Site Teams. Training of Trainers Manual: Professional Development Institute for Collaborative, Inclusive School Site Teams. Sacramento,CA:WestEd, CA LRE Resources Project and Hayward,CA: CSU EAst Bay: CLEAR Project.

Giangreco, M.F., Halvorsen, A.T., Doyle, M.B., & Broer, S (2004). Alternatives to over-reliance on paraprofessionals in inclusive schools, Journal of Special Education Leadership. 17 (2). ournal of Special Education Leadership. (17,2).

Halvorsen, A., Tweit-Hull, D., Meinders, D., Falvey, M., & Anderson, J. (2002). Inclusive education starter kit. CA Dept of Education and WestEd.

Halvorsen, A. T. & Neary, T. (2001). Building inclusive schools: Tools and strategies for success. Allyn and Bacon.

Halvorsen, A. T., Lee, L.., & Osborne, J. (2001). Listening & learning together (videotape). CLEAR Project and Insight Media Productions(J.Ehrlich,Producer).


Margaret Harris

Teacher Efficacy Beliefs: Understanding the Relationship Between Efficacy and Achievement in Urban Elementary Schools –  (Dissertation 2010)

Teacher Efficacy Beliefs: A Lens of Perception – 2005 (unpublished)

The Effects of Educators’ Beliefs on Student Achievement – 2004 (unpublished)


Margaret Harris

Teacher Efficacy Beliefs: Understanding the Relationship Between Efficacy and Achievement in Urban Elementary Schools –  (Dissertation 2010)

Teacher Efficacy Beliefs: A Lens of Perception – 2005 (unpublished)

The Effects of Educators’ Beliefs on Student Achievement – 2004 (unpublished)


Valerie Helgren-Lempesis

Lempesis-Helgren, Valerie (2003). Accessing the Food Court Unit for PBL for Teaching High School Seniors Economics. Buck Institute Publication.

Lempesis-Helgren, Valerie (2002, 2008). Preparing Teachers to Teach Reading Effectively. CSU Chancellor's Office. Contributor.

Lempesis-Helgren, Valerie (1993 Winter). Primary Picture Book Review. California Reader.

Lempesis-Helgren, Valerie (1990-1995, 2000-2003, 2007). Reviewer for Textbooks, Chapters, & Prospectus. Books. Allyn & Bacon/Merrill Publishing Co.

Lempesis-Helgren, Valerie (1986). An Analysis of Alternate Forms of Reliability. Reading Research Quarterly. Vol. 21, 1986.


Greg Jennings

Jennings, G. (2000). Mental wellness: A lesson from young children's competent responses to stress. The Journal of NAMI.

Jennings, G. (2000). Effective approaches to multicultural education: A culturally-responsive approach. Allyn & Bacon.


Shubha Kashinath

Refereed Publications

Kashinath, S. (in press).  Meta-analysis finds that peer-mediated and video-modeling social skills interventions are effective for children with autism, but caution is urged in interpreting the results. Evidence-Based Communication Assessment and Intervention.

 Woods, J. & Kashinath, S. (2007).  Expanding opportunities for social communication into daily routines. Early Childhood Services: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Effectiveness, 1(2), 137-154.

 Kashinath, S., Woods, J., & Goldstein, H. (2006). Enhancing generalized teaching strategy use in daily routines by parents of children with Autism.  Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research, 49(3), 466-485.

 Woods, J., Kashinath, S., & Goldstein, H. (2004). Effects of embedding caregiver implemented teaching strategies in daily routines on children’s communication outcomes.  Journal of Early Intervention, 26(3), 175-193.

 Invited Publications

Yu, B, & Kashinath, S. (2011).  Family-centered care and other labors of love: Culturally competent service delivery for young children and their families. CSHA Magazine, 41(1), 12-13.

Manuscripts in Preparation

Kashinath, S., Woods, J. (in prep).  Inclusive practices in childcare settings:  A model for providing intervention in natural environments.  For submission to Infants and Young Children.

Kashinath, S., Woods, J., & Dionne, E. (in prep).  Social validation of parent-implemented interventions in daily routines for young children with autism.

 

Chapters

Wetherby, Woods, Kashinath, & Daly-Holland (2012).  Early Social Interaction Project:  A model intervention project for young children with ASD and families in natural environments.  In Prelock, P., & McCauley, R.  Treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders: Evidence-Based Intervention Strategies for Communication and Social Interactions. Paul Brookes: Baltimore, MD.


Christopher Knaus

Knaus, C. B. (2012). Teaching for Voice: Instructional Strategies for Empowering Youth. In L. Ramirez and O. M. Gallardo (Eds.), Multicultural Education in Practice: Transforming Communities One at a Time. Covina, CA: California Association for Bilingual Education.

Knaus, C. B. (2011). Shut Up and Listen: Teaching Writing that Counts to Urban Students. New York: Peter Lang.

Knaus, C. B. (2010). One Size Never Fits All: Why Standardized Student Assessments Should Not Guide Curriculum and Instruction. In C. Russo (Ed.), Debating Issues in American Education. Sage Publications.

Knaus, C. B. (2010). From SNCC to Black Studies: The Intellectual Odyssey of Hardy Frye. In R. Williams (Ed.), Forty and Counting: An Anthology Commemorating Four Decades of the African American Studies Department at the University of California, Berkeley, 47-53.

Knaus, C. B. (2009). Shut up and listen: Applied critical race theory in the classroom. Race, Ethnicity, and Education, 12(2), 133-154.

Knaus, C. B. (2007). Still Segregated, Still Unequal: Analyzing the Impact of No Child Left Behind on African American Students. State of Black America, 2007. National Urban League.

Knaus, C. B. (2007). Those Aren't Options: Examining the Impact of No Child Left Behind's Parental Involvement Provisions. Chief Justice Earl Warren Institute for Race, Ethnicity, and Diversity. University of California.

Knaus, C. B. (2006). Race, Racism, and Multiraciality in American Education. Washinton, DC: Academica Press.


Michele Korb

Kathryn Hadley and Michele Korb, "Through the Bugscope", Science and Children, September 2007 (note: K. Hadley is a former, education student and current educational practitioner).

Michele A. Korb, Christopher Sirola and Rebecca Climack. Journal of College Science Teaching (March/ April 2005) "Promoting Physical Science to Preservice Teachers."

Umesh Thakkar, Glenn A. Fried, Benjamin A. Grosser, Scott J. Robinson, Daniel E. Weber, Michele A. Korb, Judy A. Lee. (2003) "Integrating Remote Scientific Instrumentation in the Curriculum to Support Inquiry: Case Studies in Preservice and Inservice Teacher Education". SITE Technology Convention, TN


Rolla Lewis

Lewis, R. E., & Emil, S. (2010). Appreciative inquiry: A pilot study of school counselor graduates. Journal of Humanistic Counseling, Education and Development, 49 (1),. (98-111). 

Lewis, R. E. (2009). Individual counseling: Brief approaches.Introduction to the counseling profession (5th ed.). (211-235). Allyn & Bacon. 

Lewis, R. E. (2009). Contributor. The ACA Encyclopedia of Counseling. Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association.

Lewis, R. E. (2009/Winter). Transnational life. Oregon Humanities: A Journal of Ideas and Perspectives. (40-41). 

Lewis, R. E., Lenski, S. D., Mukhopadhyay, S., Cartwright, C. T. (2008). Using focus groups to foster collective reflection on social justice. Proceedings of the 5th Symposium on Action Research: Action Research in Education and Leadership. Center for Student Support Systems (CS3), University of San Diego. 

Lewis, R. E., & Hatch, T. (2008). Cultivating strengths-based professional identities. Professional School Counseling, 12(2). (115-118). American School Counselor Association. 

Lewis, R. E. (2007). Resilience in individuals, families, and communities. Youth at risk (5th ed.). (39-68). American Counseling Association. 

Lewis, R. E. (2007). Supervisor and intern perceptions regarding internship roles and training. School counseling building bridges to the future: School Counselor Monograph, 3, 2006-2007. (51-64). California Association of School Counselors. 

Lewis, R. E., & Borunda, R (2006). Lived stories: Participatory leadership in action. Journal of Counseling and Development, 84. (406-414). American Counseling Association. 

Lewis, R. E. (2006). Embracing transitions as a way of life. The Counselor: A Publication of the Oregon Counseling Association, 17 (3). (1-4). Oregon Counseling Association. 

Lewis, R. E. (2005). Go solar. AHEAD Infochange,110. American Counseling Association. 

Lewis, R. E. (2004). Let knowledge serve the city: A community-based school counseling practicum. Journal of Humanistic Counseling, Education and Development, 43. (91-104). American Counseling Association. 

Lewis, R. E. (2003). Brief theories. Counseling and psychotherapy: Theories and interventions. (307-331). Prentice-Hall. 

Lewis, R. E. (2002). The structured narrative exercise.Teaching strategies for constructivist and developmental counselor education. (55-58). Bergin & Garvey. 

Lewis, R. E. (2002). Eco-humanism emerging. AHEAD Infochange,102. American Counseling Association. 

Lewis, R. E. (2002). Cultivating Justice. The Counselor: A Publication of the Oregon Counseling Association, 17 (3). (11). Oregon Counseling Association. 

Lewis, R. E. (2002). Eco-humanism: A brief story. The Counselor: A Publication of the Oregon Counseling Association, 17 (3). (3-10). Oregon Counseling Association. 

Lewis, R. E. (2002). Teaching counselors to get it. The Counselor: A Publication of the Oregon Counseling Association, 13 (7). (1-5). Oregon Counseling Association. 

Lewis, R. E. (2001). Juggling and the learning self. The Counselor: A Publication of the Oregon Counseling Association, 12 (7). (6-8). Oregon Counseling Association. 

Lewis, R. E. (2001). Basel, Switzerland: Reflections on place, time, and relationships. The Counselor: A Publication of the Oregon Counseling Association, 12 (5). (1-5). Oregon Counseling Association. 


Janet Logan

Logan, J.P. (2006, May). Diagnostic and statistical handbook for children and adolescents. Counseling Today. (Book review). Haworth Maltreatment and Trauma Press.

Logan, J.P. (2002, June). Record keeping and ethics: A vital connection. Association for Play Therapy Newsletter. Fresno, CA: Association for Play Therapy.

Logan, J.P., Boughner, S.R., Christensen, O.J., & Coll, K.M. (2001). Guided imagery combined with music: Encouraging self-actualizing attitudes and behaviors in at-risk community college students. Journal of College Psychotherapy,. (15, 51-64.)

Main, F.O., Boughner, S.R., Mims, G.A., & Logan, J.P. (2001). Rolling the dice: Training counselors to use circular and reflexive questions. The family journal: Counseling and therapy for couples and families. (7, 302-310.)

Logan, J.P. (2001). The child's creation: Guided imagery combined with music tapes. In C. Schaefer & H. Knudsen (Eds.). 101 More Play Therapy Techniques. In C. Schaefer & H. Knudsen (Eds.),. (pp.445-450). Jason Aronson.

Logan, J.P., & Schieffer, D.J. (2000). Problem-solving skills: Solution-focused strategies for student development. Journal of School Improvement. (1, 14-19.)

Boughner, S.R., & Logan, J.P. (1999). Robert H. Woody: Legal issues in couple and family counseling. The family journal: Counseling and therapy for couples and families. (7, 302-310.)

Logan, J. P. (1998). Using humorous and serious awards to celebrate colleagues� and students� endeavors. Journal of College Reading and Learning. (20, 87-92).


Jose Lopez

Lopez, J.A., Magdaleno, K.R. & Reis-Mendoza, N. (2006 Fall). Developing Leadership for Equity: What is the Role of Leadership Preparation Programs?. Educational Leadership and Administration: Program Development and Teaching Journal. 

Lopez, J. A., & Flessa, J. J. (2000). The question is not can administrator preparation grograms become more effective but how?. Department of Educational Leadership and Administration Program Development and Teaching Journal. (12, Fall,99-109). 

Lopez, J. A. (2000). The teacher in a critical leadership role. In Ramirez ,L., & Ballardo, O. (Eds.). Transformative approaches to ulticultural education. Allyn and Bacon. 


Everett Louis

Louis, Everett L. (2010). Book 2. Numbers and Numeration Pre K - 2. The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Essential Understandings Series. 

Louis, Everett L. (2006). Tracing Pivotal Concepts of Rational Numbers Through the Middle Grades. American Educational Research Association (AERA). 

Louis, Everett L. (2003). Yellow Notepad. Colors of Life: International Library of Poetry. 


Shira Lubliner

BOOKS

Lubliner, S. & Grisham, D. (2012). Cognate Strategy Instruction: Providing Powerful Literacy Tools to Spanish-Speaking Students. Learning from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse K-12 Classrooms: Promoting Success for All Students. Teachers College Press. 

May, 2008 Lubliner, S. & Scott, J. Nourishing Vocabulary: A Well-balanced Diet for Word Learning.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press

Jan. 2005 Getting Into Words: Vocabulary Instruction that Strengthens Comprehension Baltimore, MA: Brookes Publishing Company

May, 2001 A Practical Guide to Reciprocal Teaching.  DeSoto, TX: Wright Group/ McGraw-Hill                                     

ARTICLES & CHAPTERS

In Press Lubliner, S. & Grisham, D. Cognate Strategy Instruction: Providing Powerful Literacy Tools to Spanish-Speaking Students.  In J. Fingon & S. Ulanoff (Eds.) Learning from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse K-12 Classrooms: Promoting Success for All Students.  Teachers College Press: New York, NY.

2011    Lubliner, S. & Hiebert, E.  An Analysis of English–Spanish Cognates as a Source of General Academic Language.  Bilingual Research Journal Vol. 34, 1, p. 76.

2008 Hiebert, E. & Lubliner, S. The Nature, Learning, and Instruction of General Academic Vocabulary.  In A. Farstrup & J. Samuels (Eds.) What research has to say about vocabulary instruction.  Newark, DE: International Reading Association.

2006 Constructs Underlying Word Selection and Assessment Tasks in the Archival Research on Vocabulary Instruction (Scott, J., Lubliner, S. & Hiebert, E.) 55th Yearbook of the National Literacy Conference

2005 The Effect of Comprehensive Vocabulary Instruction on Title I Students Metacognitive Word Learning Skills and Reading Comprehension (Journal of Literacy Research, Vol. 37, 2)

2005 "Go Look It Up": Dictionary Instruction Revisited (The California Reader, Vol. 38, 4)

Jan. 2005 Dr. Shira Lubliner on Vocabulary Instruction (BrookesPublishing's Education Newsletter)    

February, 2004 Help for Struggling Upper Grade Readers (The Reading Teacher, Feb. 2004)                                       

November, 2001 Breaking Down the Gates: Instructional Practices that Support the Success of All Children (Classroom Leadership, 2001)

April, 1990 The Transformation of a Congregational School: A Case Study.  (The Pedagogic Reporter)


Nidhi Mahendra

Select Publications (2006-2012)                                            * denotes student author

Book Chapters

Mahendra, N., & Hopper, T. (2011). Dementia and related cognitive disorders. In I. Papathanasiou, P. Coppens, C. Potagas (Eds). Aphasia and Related Neurogenic Communication Disorders. Boston, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers.

Bayles, K. A., Mahendra, N., Hopper, T. (2011). Dementia. In K. Hilari and N. Botting (Eds.) The impact of communication disability across the lifespan. London, UK: J & R Press.

Mahendra, N. (2011). Overview of aphasia and approaches to aphasia intervention. In R. Koul (Ed.) Augmentative and alternative communication for adults with aphasia. London, UK: Emerald Publishers.

Mahendra, N. (2010). An adult with dementia of the Alzheimer type: A roadmap for screening, assessment, and cognitive-linguistic interventions. In S. Chabon & E. Cohn (Eds). The Communication Disorders Casebook: Learning by Example. Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

Peer-Reviewed Articles

Mahendra, N. (2012). The logopenic variant of primary progressive aphasia: Effects on linguistic communication. Perspectives on Gerontology, 17(2), 50-59.

Mahendra, N. (2012). South Asian stories: First hand perspectives on barriers to accessing speech language pathology services. Perspectives on Communication Disorders in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Populations, 19(1), 29-36.

Mahendra, N., Scullion, A.*, Hamerschlag, C.* (2011). Cognitive-linguistic interventions for persons with dementia: A practitioner’s guide to three evidence-based techniques. Topics in Geriatric Rehabilitation, 27:4 , 1-12.

Mahendra, N. (2011). Computer-assisted spaced retrieval training of faces and names for persons with dementia. Nonpharmacological Therapies for Dementia, Volume 3.

Mahendra, N., Engineer, N.* (2009). Effects of vascular dementia on cognition and linguistic communication: A case study. Perspectives - ASHA Special Interest Division 2: Neurogenic and Neurophysiologic Disorders, 19(4), 106-115.

Zientz, J., Rackley, A., Chapman, S. B., Hopper, T., Mahendra, N., Cleary, S. (2007). Evidence-based practice recommendations for dementia: Caregiver-administered active cognitive stimulation for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease. Journal of Medical Speech Language Pathology, 15 (3), liii-liv.

Zientz, J., Rackley, A., Chapman, S. B., Hopper, T., Mahendra, N., Kim, E., & Cleary, S. (2007). Evidence-based practice recommendations for dementia: Educating caregivers about Alzheimer’s disease and training communication strategies. Journal of Medical Speech Language Pathology, 15 (1), liii-lxiv.

Mahendra, N., Arkin, S., Kim, E. (2007). Individuals with Alzheimer’s disease achieve implicit and explicit learning: Previous success replicated with different stimuli. Aphasiology, 21(2), 187-207.

Mahendra, N. (2006). A multicultural perspective on assessing TW, a bilingual client with aphasia. Perspectives - ASHA Special Interest Division 2 Newsletter, 16(3), 9-18.

Kim, E., Cleary, S., Hopper, T., Bayles, K.A., Mahendra, N., Azuma, T., Rackley, A. (2006). Evidence-based practice recommendations for working with individuals with dementia: Group reminiscence therapy. Journal of Medical Speech Language Pathology, 14(3), xxiii-xxxiv.

Bayles, K., Kim, E., Tomoeda, C.K., Chapman, S. B., Zientz, J., Rackley, A., Cleary, S., Mahendra, N., Azuma, T., & Hopper, T. (2006). Evidence-based practice recommendations for working with individuals with dementia: Simulated presence therapy. Journal of Medical Speech Language Pathology, 14(3) xiii-xxii.

Mahendra, N., Hopper, T., Bayles, K., Azuma, T., Cleary, S., Kim, E. (2006). Evidence-based practice recommendations for working with individuals with dementia: Montessori-based interventions. Journal of Medical Speech Language Pathology,14(1), xv-xxv.


James Mitchell

Mitchell, J and Hooks, MY, (2007). Teaching about HIV/AIDS through online education. Academic Exchange Quarterly. (45-50). Thomson Gale. 

Mitchell, J., Ramirez, F., Hooks, M.Y. (2005). Preparing teachers as prevention agents: An online learning course.Humanizing Pedagogy. AACTE. 

Mitchell, J (2005). Building Trust in the AIDS Education Classroom . Humanizing Pedagogy. AACTE. 

Mitchell, J.M., James, L., Essig, B., and Shipp, K., (2003). SOAR 2 College. Educational Leadership. ASCD. 

Mitchell, J; Johnson D & R. Johnson (2003). The Impact of Academic Controversy on Subsequent Conflict Resolution and Relationships Among Students. Journal of Educational Research. 

Mitchell, J. (2003). Cooperative Learning and Service Learning: Soul-mates for Reflection in Higher Education . Small-group Learning in Higher Education, Lessons from the Past, Visions of the Future, in Cooper, J. (ed.),. AAHE. 

Mitchell, J., Johnson D., and Johnson R., (2002). Are All Types of Cooperation Equal?. Social Psychology of Education. Social Psychology of Education. 

Avery, P., Johnson, D., Johnson, R., and Mitchell, J. (1999). Teaching An Understanding of Peace Through Academic Controversies. in Bartel (ed.) How Children Understand War and Peace. 


Carolyn Nelson

Strage, A., Nelson, C., & Meyers, S. (2008). Stayin Alive: Meeting faculty mid-career professional renewal needs:.Metropolitan Universities. (19(1), 71-83). 

Meyers, S., Nelson, C., & Strage, A. (2007). Linking academic research and social policy: Rethinking the roles and responsibilites of the urban and metropolitan university.Metropolitan Universities. (18(1), 5-15). 

Nelson, C., Harper, V. (2006). A pedagogy of difficulty: preparing teachers to understand and integrate complexity in teaching and learning. Teacher Education Quarterly. (33(2), 1-15). 

Nelson, C (2006). Reclaiming teacher preparation for success in high-needs schools. Education. (124(3), 475-480). 

Nelson, C. & Harper, V. (2000). Transformational learning as praxis: A pedagogy of critical conversation. Journal on Excellence in College Teaching. (11(1), 3-17). 

Nelson, C. (1999). Participant selection, question formation, and research conversations. Research, conversations, and narrative: A critical hermeneutic orientation in participatory inquiry. (110-114). Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers. 

Harper, V., Nelson, C., & Mayfield, M (1997). Learning conversations: A critical perspective on transforming parent teacher conferences. Kappa Delta Pi Record. (34(1), 28-33). 

Harper, V., Nelson, C., & Mayfield, M. (1997). Transforming parent-teacher conferences. The Educational Forum. (62(1)). 

Nelson, C (1988). Harvesting a curriculum. Science and Children. (25(7), 22-24). 


Lettie Ramirez

Ramirez, L (2002). Abstracts from China-U.S. Conference on Middle School Education Beijing China. Book: Portraits of Teachers in Multicultural. (Settings: A Critical Literacy Approach was translated for conference). 

Ramirez, L. & Gallardo, O. (2001). Settings: A Critical Literacy Approach. Portraits of teachers in multicultural settings. Needham Heights, MA. Allyn and Bacon. 


Felipe Razo

Felipe H Razo (2008). "Using Virtual Fraction Manipulatives in Remedial Mathematics Classes". International Journal of Arts and Sciences. 

Felipe H Razo (2004). "Learning to Count � And Getting Good at it!". Book - Independent Publishing. Trafford, Inc. 


Kate Reed

Tomlinson, C.A., and Reed, C. (Guest Eds.) (2007). New England Mathematics Journal XXXIX(2).  Keene, NH:Keene State College.

Reed, C.F. (2007)  Differentiation in Algebra I: A Tiered Graphing Lesson . New England Mathematics Journal XXXIX(2).

Reed, C. (2007). We Can Identify and Serve ESOL GATE Students: A Case Study. Gifted Child Today 30(2).  Waco, TX: Prufrock Press.

Holz, H.J., Applin, A., Haberman, B., Joyce, D., Reed, C., and Purchase, H. (2006). Research Methods in Computing: What are they, and how should we teach them?  ITiCSE-WGR ’06: Working group reports on ITi CSE on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education, pp.96-114. ACM Press: New York. (ISBN 1-59593-603-3).

Hofmann, K., Reed, C., and Holz, H.J. (2006). Unobtrusive Data Collection for Web-Based Social Navigation. In Weibelzahl, S. & Cristea, A. (Eds.), Proceedings of Workshops held at the 4th International Conference on Adaptive Hypermedia and Adaptive Web-Based Systems (AH2006).  Lecture Notes in Learing and Teaching. pp.570-575. Dublin: National College of Ireland. (ISSN 1649-8623).

Holz, H.J., Hofmann, K., and Reed, C. (2006).  Unobstrusive User Modeling for Web-Based Systems.  International Journal of Pattern Recognition and Artificial Intelligence (IJPRAI): Special Issue on Personalization Techniques for Recommender Systems and Intelligent User Interfaces, 21(2) World Scientific Publishing Co. (ISSN 0218-0014).

Hofmann, K., Reed, C., and Holz, H.J.  (2006). Unobtrusive Data Collection for Web-Based Social Navigation.  AH'06 Workshop Social Navigation and Community-Based Adaptation Technologies.

Holz, H.J., Hofmann, K., and Reed, C.  (2006). Unobstrusive User Modeling for Adaptive Hypermedia.  International Journal of Pattern Recognition and Artificial Intelligence. World Scientific Publishing Co.

Reed, C.F. (2005). Mathematically Gifted in the Heterogeneously Grouped Mathematics Classroom. In Susan K. Johnsen & James Kendrick (Eds.), Math Education for Gifted Students (pp.17-31). Waco, TX: Prufrock Press.

Reed, C.F. (2005). What Goes Up Must Come Down. In C.A. Tomlinson & C. Strickland (Eds.), Differentiation in Practice, Grades 9 – 12 (pp.250-284). Alexandria, VA: ASCD.

Henry, T., Holz, H.J. Steinback, C, Reed, C. & Baid, A. (2004). A General Model for Student Retention and Recruitment in Computer Science Programs, Proceedings of the 2004 Frontiers in Education Conference.

Reed, C.F. (2004). Mathematically Gifted in the Heterogeneously Grouped Mathematics Classroom: What is a Teacher to Do? Journal of Secondary Gifted Education, 15(3).

Reed, C.F. (2002) Predicting Gifted Females’ Choice of Calculus Level. Research Briefs, 2002 NAGC National Conference.

Reed, C.F., Dickinson, G, & Cuozzo, C.C. (2000). Middle level catchers in the rye: The unique emerging identity among middle school teachers. Research in Middle Level Quarterly, 23(1).

Reed, C.F. (1999). Put to the test: An educator’s and consumer’s guide to standardized testing. Review in The American School Board Journal, 186(9).

Reed, C.F. (1999). Why national standards and tests? Politics and the Quest for Better Schools. Review in The American School Board Journal, 186(10).


Linda Smetana

Smetana, L.D., Odelson, D., Burns, H. & Grisham, D.L. (2009). Using graphic novels in the high school classroom: Engaging Deaf students with a new genre. Journal of Adult and Adolescent Literacy. 

Wilson, N. & Smetana, L (2009 (in press)). Middle School Journal. Journal. 

Wilson, N., Grisham, D.L., & Smetana, L. (in press) (2009). Investigating content area teachers� understanding of a content literacy framework: A year-long professional development initiative. Journal of Adult and Adolescent Literacy. 

Smetana, L. & Grisham, D. (2007). Adventures at the national book festival. CEAS Crosscurrents, fall 2007. Available at http://edschool.csueastbay.edu/bulletin/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=118&Itemid=48. 

Lubliner, S. with Smetana, L. (2005). Getting Into Words. Vocabulary Instruction that Strengthens Comprehension. Baltimore, MD: Brookes Publishing. 

Smetana, L. (2004). Collaborative storybook reading: Bringing parents and children together. Reading Horizons. 

Lubliner, S. & Smetana, L. (2003). The effects of comprehensive vocabulary instruction on the metacognitive word leaning skills and reading comprehension of title I students. Journal of Literacy Research. 

Davenport, J. & Smetana, L (2003). Helping new teachers achieve excellence. Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin. (winter issue 2007). 

Smetana, L. (1990). Current Events: A springboard for integrating writing and social studies. California Reader. (23, 2). Non-referred publication. 

Smetana, L. (1988). A parent's guide to read aloud enjoyment. Publication prepared for San Francisco Unified School District Consent Decree Schools. (Non-referred Publication). 


Terry Soo-Hoo

Soo-Hoo, Terry (2005). Working within the cultural context of Chinese American families. Journal of Family Psychotherapy. Volume 16(4).

Soo-Hoo, Terry (2005). Transforming power struggles through shifts in perception in marital therapy. Journal of Family Psychotherapy. Volume 16(3).

Soo-Hoo, Terry (1999). Brief strategic family therapy with Chinese Americans. American Journal of Family Therapy. (pp. 163-179). Vol. 27.

Soo-Hoo, Terry (1998). Applying frame of reference and reframing techniques to improve school consultation in Multicultural settings. Journal of Educational and Pscyological Consultation. (pp. 325-345). Volume 9(4).

Soo-Hoo, Terry (1997). Strategic Consultation: the evolution and application of an efficient approach. Consulting Psychology Journal. (pp. 194-206). Volume 49, No. 3.


Barbara Storms

Storms, B.A. & Rodriguez, G. M. (2012). The role of inquiry in teacher leadership: Examining student achievement in multicultural settings. Multicultural Education In Practice: Transforming One Community at a Time. Ramirez, L. & Gallergo, O. (Ed.S). (in press). CABE. 

Di Pardo, A., Storms, B.A. & Selland, M. (2011). Seeing Voices: Assessing Writerly Stance in the NWP Analytic Writing Continuum. Assessing Writing. (16 (2011) pp. 170-188). doi:10.1016/j.asw.2011.01.003. 

Storms, B.A., Prada, M.J. & Donahue, E.N. (2011). Advising doctoral students to degree completion. Educational Leadership and Administration: Teaching and Program Development. (Connexions Web site: http://cnx.org/content/col11358/1.4/). vol. 23. 

Winkelman, P., Collay, M. & Storms, B.A. (2009). Inquiry as pedagogy: Preparing aspiring administrators to lead for equity.Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Diego. 

Storms, B. A. & Lee. G. (2008). Assessing the Influence of Educational Leadership Programs on how New School Leaders View their Emerging Role. Paper presented at the annual International Conference on Education, Hawaii, January. (.) 

Figueroa, J. & Storms, B.A. (2006). I'm scared and I don't know how to succeed. Exchanges: Teaching and Learning in the CSU. (www.exchangesjournal.org). 

Storms, B.A. & Gonzales, S. A. (2006). A Model for Successful District-Based Leadership Development Partnerships.Educational Leadership and Administration: Teaching and Program Development. (Vol 18: 35-49). CAPEA: Caddo Gap Press. 

Brynjulson, M. & Storms, B.A., (2005). Coming together: One district's inquiry. Leadership. (34:3, 16-19). ACSA. 

Storms, B.A. & Gordon, A (2005). Inquiry as a Strategy for Leading School Improvement. Educational Leadership and Administration: Teaching and Program Development. (Vol 17, 59-74). CAPEA:Caddo Gap Press. 

Storms, B.A & Lee, G. (2005). The Contribution of Inquiry to Developing Collaborative Leaders. In C. Fulmer & F.L. Dembowski (Eds.), National Summit on School Leadership: Crediting the Past, Challenging the Present, and Changing the Future, Eleventh Annual Yearbook of the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration. (187-196). Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield. 

Storms, B.A (2004). The Influence of Accountability on School Leaders� School Improvement Efforts. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Diego. 

Lee, G. & Storms, B. A. (2003). Using research to improve practice: The role of educational leaders and those who prepare them. Department of Educational Leadership and Administration: Teaching and Program Development. (Vol 15: 85-94). CAPEA: Caddo Gap Press. 

Szabo, M. A., Storms, B.A., Rodriguez, G.M., & Gonzales, S.A. (2003). From Soloists to Ensemble: Shared Accountability for Leadership Preparation. Educational Leadership and Administration: Teaching and Program Development. (Vol. 15: 73-84). CAPEA:Caddo Gap Press. 

Lee, G, Storms, B.A., Bronzini, P. & Camp, M. (2002). When School Leaders Use Inquiry as a Reform Tool: Developing Leadership for Collaboration. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Diego. 

Szabo, M., Gonzales, S.A., Hoagland, G., Hopkins, P., Kass, M., Lopez, J., Rodriguez, G.M., & Storms, B.A. (2002). Effective Strategies for Teaching Bold, Socially Responsible Leadership.Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. New Orleans. 

Storms, B. A. & Lee. G. (2001). CFASST implementation and reflective practice: The interplay of structures and perceptions.Issues in Teacher Education. (Vol. 15: 85-94). CA Assoc of Teacher Educators. 

Szabo, M., Hoagland, G., Lopez, J., Stern, J., Storms, B.A., & Vieth, R. (2001). Developing Bold, Socially Responsible Leadership: Strategies for Administrative Preparation Programs.Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Seattle. 

Lee, G. & Storms, B.A., (2001). Leadership Agency and Educational Reform: The Centrality of Leaders� Theories of Action. . Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Seattle. 

Storms, B.A. & Lee, G. (2001). How Differences in Program Implementation Influence Opportunities for Developing Reflective Practice. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Seattle. 

Storms, B. A. & Cowan, G. (2000). Developing teacher-leaders: Using student portfolios to reflect on teaching and learning.Tennesse English Journal. (October). 

Storms, B. A., Riazantseva, A. & Gentile, C (2000). Focusing on content and communication.. California English. (5:4,26-27). CATE. 

Lee, G. & Storms, B. A. (1999). Evolving Conceptions of School Leadership: Preparing Administrators for Cultures of Inquiry.Educational Leadership and Administration: Teaching and Program Development. (Vol 11, 71-82). CAPEA:Caddo Gap Press. 

Storms, B.A (1998). The Dreaded Question. California English. (Vol 4:1, p. 15). Califoria Association of Teachers of English. 

Lee, G. & Storms, B.A., (1998). Evolving Conceptions of School Leadership: Preparing Administrators for Cultures of Inquiry.Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. San Diego. 

Sheingold, K., Heller, J.I., & Storms, B.A (1997). On the Mutual Influence of Teachers' Professional Development and Assessment Quality in Curricular Reform. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Chicago. 

Storms, B.A., Nunez, A. M. & Thomas, W.H. (1996). Using Portfolios to Demonstrate Student Skills. Thrust for Educational Leadership. (Vol 25:7, p. 6-8). 


David Stronck

David R. Stronck (2011). Service Learning, Planting Native Trees in Fremont. CSU, East Bay: Service Learning Program, Voices & Visions 2009-2011. (12-13). Hayward, CA.

David R. Stronck in book by Lois Ritter (2009). five activities of health education. Great Ideas: Active Ways to Teach Health and Wellness. (8-10, 12-14, 24-25, 31-32, 37-38). Pearson Benjamin Cummings of San Francisco.

David R. Stronck and David A. Nickles (2007). Health, Science and Safety in the Elementary School. book. Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co., Dubuque, Iowa.

Stronck, David (Principal Writer) (2006). Doing the 4Rs: An Activity Guide to Teach Reduce, Reuse, Recyle and Rot. /book. Alameda County Waste Managment Authority ority.

Stronck, D. R. (2004). Syllabus for a three-credit course. Instructor's Resource Manual for Teaching Strategies: A Guide to Effective Instruction. (Seventh Edition 10-24). Boston:Houghton Mifflin.

Stronck, David (2004). A Helpful Tenure Process. Phi Kappa Phi Forum, Volume 84, Number 4. (28-29). 


Oanh Tran

Publications:

Tran, O. K., Pham, A., & Davis, J. (2012). Suicide. In J. Sandoval (Ed.), Handbook of Crisis Counseling, Intervention, and Prevention in Schools (3rd Ed.), Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Tran, O. K. & Smith, D. (in progress). Building resiliency in schools. In R. Gilman, E. S. Huebner, & M. Furlong, Eds.), Handbook on Positive Psychology in Schools. New York: Taylor & Francis.

Castro-Olivo, S., Tran, O. K., Begum, G., Arellano, E., Garcia, N. & Tung, C. (2010, submitted for publication). A Comprehensive Model for Promoting Resiliency in Schools. n/a.

Tran, O. K., & Merrell, K. W (2010). Promoting student resilience: Social and emotional learning as a universal prevention approach. In B. J. Doll (Ed.), Handbook of Youth Prevention Science. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Merrell, K. W., Juskelis, M. P., Tran, O. K., & Buchanan, R. (2008). Social and emotional learning in the classroom: Impact of Strong Kids and Strong Teens on students' social-emotional knowledge and symptoms. Journal of Applied School Psychology, 24,. (209-224).

Buchanan, R., Gueldner, B. A., Tran, O. K., & Merrell, K. W. (2008). Teachers� perceptions of social and emotional learning in the classrooms. Journal of Applied School Psychology.

Tran, O. K. (2008). The Strong Kids Curricula for building social and emotional resiliency in children and adolescents. Prevention in Counseling Psychology, 2,. (7-10).

Merrell, K. M., Gueldner, B. A., & Tran, O. K. (2008). Social and emotional learning: A school-wide approach to intervention for socialization, friendship problems, and more. In B. J. Doll & J. A. Cummings (Eds.), Population-based Services of School Psychologists. (pp. 165�185). Bethesda, MD: National Association of School Psychologists.

Merrell, K. M., Carrizales, D., Feurborn, L., Gueldner, B., A., & Tran, O. K. (2007). Strong Kids:. A social and emotional learning curriculum for students in grades 3-5. Baltimore: Paul H. Brooks Publishing.

Merrell, K. M., Carrizales, D., Feurborn, L., Gueldner, B., A., & Tran, O. K. (2007). Strong Kids:. A social and emotional learning curriculum for students in grades 6-8. Baltimore: Paul H. Brooks Publishing.

Merrell, K. M., Carrizales, D., Feurborn, L., Gueldner, B., A., & Tran, O. K. (2007). Strong Teens:. A social and emotional learning curriculum for students in grades 9-12. Baltimore: Paul H. Brooks Publishing.

Merrell, K. M., Buchanan, R., & Tran, O. K. (2006). Relational aggression in children and adolescents: A review with implications for school settings. Psychology in the Schools. (43, 345�360).

Carrizales, D., & Tran, O. K (2004). Promoting emotional resilience in schools: The Strong Kids and Strong Teens curricula. Oregon School Psychologist Association Bulletin.

Tran, O. K., & Furlong, M. J. (2004). Personal strengths and assets among adolescents: A comparison of smokers and non-smokers. The California School Psychologist. (61�75).

Furlong, M. J., Tran, O. K., & Soliz, A. (2004). School violence prevention. In T. S. Watson & C. H. Skinner (Eds.), Comprehensive Encyclopedia of School Psychology. (pp. 278��281).

Tran, O. K. (2002). Personal strengths and assets of adolescent smokers and non- smokers. Proceedings of the Summer 2002 Academic Research Consortium (ARC). University of California, Santa Barbara.


Craig Wilson

Wilson, Craig B. (2006). Passing Scores and Passive Voice: A Case for Quantitative Analysis in Writing Assessment.Exchanges: The Online Journal of Teaching and Learning in the CSU. http://www.exchangesjournal.org. 

Peg Winkelman

(editor and contributing author) (2002). Standards-based Instruction and Assessment. Mathematics Curriculum Guide. Vallejo City Unified School District.

(editor and contributing author) (2001). Standards-based Instruction and Assessment. English/Language Arts Curriculum Guide. (Vallejo City Unified School District).

(editor and contributing author) (2001). Standards-based Instruction and Assessment. Science Curriculum Guide. (Vallejo City Unified School District).

(editor and contributing author) (2000). Standards-based Instruction and Assessment. History/Social Science Curriculum Guide. (Vallejo City Unified School District.)

(co-author) (1988). Parent Handbook. Handbook. Vallejo City Unified School District.

(author) (1987). Kindergarten Parent Handbook. Handbook. (Vallejo City Unified School District).

(editor and contributing author) ( 2001). Standards-based Instruction and Assessment. Science Curriculum Guide. (Vallejo City Unified School District.)

author ( 1999). The Apprehension of Student Teachers (author) chapter in Joining Hands: Preparing Teachers to Make Meaningful Home-School Connections California. Family Involvement in Education. (Department of Education, California Commission on Teacher Credentialing).


James Zarrillo

Books

Zarrillo, J. (2012). Teaching elementary social studies: Principles and applications (4th ed.). Boston: Pearson.

Zarrillo, J. (2011). Ready for the revised RICA: A test preparation guide for California’s reading instruction assessment (3rd ed.). Boston: Pearson

Zarrillo, J. (2007). Are you prepared to teach reading? Columbus OH: Pearson/Merrill/Prentice Hall.

Zarrillo, J. (1994). Multicultural literature, multicultural teaching: Units for the elementary grades. Ft. Worth: Harcourt Brace.

Cox, C. & Zarrillo, J. (1993) Teaching reading with children's literature. New York: Merrill/Macmillan.

Chapters in Books

Zarrillo, J. & Cox, C. (1992). Efferent and aesthetic teaching. In J. E. Many and C. Cox  (Eds.), Reader stance and literary understanding: Exploring the theories, research, and practice (pp. 235 ­ 249). Norwood NJ: Ablex.

Zarrillo, J. (1991). Empowered teachers and children: What students read in a Whole Language classroom. In J. Hydrick (Ed.), Whole Language: Empowerment at the Chalk Face  (pp. 135-143). New York: Scholastic.

Zarrillo, J. (l988). Literature-based reading: From research to practice. In M. P. Douglass (Ed.), Claremont Reading Conference Fifty-Second Yearbook  (pp. 69-81). Claremont CA: Claremont Reading Conference.

Zarrillo, J. (l986). The historical classics of children's literature and basal readers. In M. P. Douglass (Ed.), Claremont Reading Conference Fiftieth Yearbook  (pp.181-191). Claremont CA: Claremont Reading Conference.

Journal Articles

Zarrillo, J. (1991). Theory becomes practice: Aesthetic teaching with literature. The New Advocate, 4, 221 – 234.

Zarrillo, J. (1989). History and library books. Social Studies and the Young Learner, 2(2), 17 – 19.

Zarrillo, J. (1989). Teachers’ interpretations of literature-based reading. The Reading Teacher, 43, 22 – 28.

James, M. & Zarrrillo, J. (1989). Teaching history with children’s literature: A concept-based, interdisciplinary approach. The Social Studies, 80, 153 – 158.

Zarrillo, J. (1988). Beverly Cleary, Ramona Quimby, and the teaching of reading. Children’s Literature Association Quarterly, 13, 131 – 135.


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