Education Associate Professors Joyce Burstein and Greg Knotts (Elementary Education) co-authored a book entitled Reclaiming Social Studies for the Elementary Classroom: Integrating Culture through the Arts (Kendall Hunt, 2011).
Education Professor Stan Charnofsky (Educational Psychology and Counseling) authored “The Bane of Technology” in The Humanistic Perspective, spring, 2011. This article is a treatise on not losing our one-on-one, in-person communication because of advanced technology.
Education Assistant Professor Shartriya Collier (Elementary Education) and Education Associate Professor Susan Auerbach (Educational Leadership and Policy Studies) co-authored “It’s Difficult Because of the Language: A Case Study of the Families Promoting Success Program in the Los Angeles Unified School District” in Multicultural Education, vol. 18, issue 2, 2011. Additionally, Dr. Collier authored “Negotiating Business, Negotiating Self: Crossing Cultural Borders in Bilingual Entrepreneurial Contents” in the Journal of Language Identity in Education, 10 (1), 2011.
Education Professor Cynthia Desrochers (Elementary Education) authored a chapter entitled “Faculty Learning Communities as Catalysts for Implementing Successful Small Group Learning” in Small Group Learning in Higher Education: Research and Practice (New Forums Press, 2011).
Education Assistant Professor Jody Dunlap and Education Associate Professor Robert Kladifko (Educational Leadership and Policy Studies) co-authored with Jinyi Li (Research Associate in the Office of Doctoral Programs) “The School Principal: A Tough Job with Few Takers” in the NCPEA Educational Leadership Review, vol. 12, no. 2, October, 2011.
Education Professor Bonnie Ericson (Secondary Education) authored a chapter entitled “Teaching John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men” in Engaging American Novels: Lessons from the Classroom (National Council of Teachers of English, 2011). Additionally, Dr. Ericson served as editor for three additional chapters of this book.
Education Assistant Professor Vanessa Goodwin (Special Education) co-authored a chapter entitled “Teaching Older Students to Read” in the Handbook of Reading Interventions (The Guilford Press, 2011).
Education Professor Adele Eskeles Gottfried (Educational Psychology and Counseling) co-authored with Allen Gottfried (CSU Fullerton) et al., “Motivational Roots of Leadership: A Longitudinal Study from Childhood through Adulthood” in The Leadership Quarterly, vol. 22, issue 3, June 2011. The present study elucidates developmental roots of leadership by investigating how motivation from childhood through adolescence is linked to motivation to lead in adulthood.
Education Associate Professor Julie Gainsburg (Secondary Education) wrote a book review of Improving Mathematics at Work: The Need for Techno-Mathematical Literacies by Hoyles, C., Noss, R., Kent P., & Bakker A. (2010), in Educational Studies in Mathematics, 76 (1), 2011.
Education Professor Hillary Hertzog and Associate Professor Nancy O’Rode (Elementary Education) co-authored “Improving the Quality of Elementary Mathematics Student Teaching: Using Field Support Materials to Develop Reflective Practice in Student Teachers” in Teacher Education Quarterly, 38 (3), 2011. The Teachers for a New Era grant supported collaboration between the Elementary Education faculty, student teaching supervisors, and the Cal State Northridge Mathematics Department.
Education Assistant Professor Peggy Johnson (Educational Leadership and Policy Studies) co-authored “Linking the Central Office and Its School for Reform” in Education Administration Quarterly, 2010.
Education Associate Professor Carolyn Jeffries (Educational Psychology and Counseling) co-authored “Comparing Vignette Instruction and Assessment Tasks to Classroom Observations and Reflections” in The Teacher Educator, 2011. Additionally, Dr. Jeffries authored “Thinking Inside the Box: Using Discovery Boxes and Learning Centers to Promote Inquiry and Teach Healthy Food Choices at the Preschool Level” in Science and Children, February 2011.
Education Associate Professor Greg Knotts (Elementary Education) co-authored “Confronting Homophobia at School: High School Students and the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles” in the Journal of LGBT Youth, issue 8, 2011.
Education Research Associate Jinyi Li (Office of Doctoral Programs) co-authored “Examining Practical Relevance of the Coursework of Doctoral Leadership Programs” in the Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 2011.
Education Professor Judy Lombardi (Secondary Education) authored “What’s the Difference? Learning Styles, Multiple Intelligences and Brain-Based Education” in Teachitworld.com Newsletter, July 2011. Additionally, Dr. Lombardi authored “Got Motivation? Six Great Resources for Instructors at Every Level” in College Teaching, vol. 59, fall 2011. This article synthesizes work from the Motivation Group in the Michael D. Eisner College of Education’s Center for Teaching and Learning, including Wendy Murawski, James Cunningham, Kathryn Coleman, Sam Schwarzmer, Erin Studer, and Dorothy Ungerleider.
Education Professor David Moguel and Education Lecturer Ron Sima (Secondary Education) co-authored a book entitled Teach Me, I Dare You: Taking Up the Challenge of Teaching Social Studies (Social Studies School Service, 2011).
Education Professor and Eisner Endowed Chair Wendy W. Murawski (Special Education and the Center for Teaching and Learning) authored a book entitled Collaborative Teaching in Elementary Schools (Corwin Press, 2010).
Education Associate Professor Nancy O’Rode (Elementary Education) authored a chapter entitled “Latino/a Students’ Understanding of Equivalence: Use of Two Standards-Based Curricula in Eight Grade Algebra” in Latina/os and Mathematics Education: Research on Learning and Teaching in Classrooms and Communities, 2011.
Education Associate Professor Kathryn D. Peckham-Hardin and Education Professor Emeritus June Downing (Special Education) co-authored a chapter entitled “Keeping Track of Student Progress” in Academic Instruction for Students with Moderate and Severe Intellectual Disabilities in Inclusive Schools (Corwin Press, 2010).
Education Professor Merril Simon (Educational Psychology and Counseling) co-authored “Factorial Structure and Invariance Analysis of the Sense of Belonging Scales” in Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development, 2010. This article was selected as the American Assessment of Counselor Educators/ Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling Patricia B. Elmore Award for Outstanding Research in Measurement and Evaluation for 2010.
Education Assistant Professor Sally Spencer and Education Professor Wendy W. Murawski (Special Education) co-authored a book entitled Collaborate, Communicate, and Differentiate! How to Increase Student Learning in Today’s Diverse Schools (Corwin Press, 2011). Additionally, Dr. Spencer authored “Universal Design for Learning: Assistance for Teachers in Today’s Inclusive Classrooms” in the Interdisciplinary Journal of Teaching and Learning, 1 (1), August 2011.