Faculty News & Notes

Faculty News & Notes


2018-2019 Faculty News & Notes

Honors and Awards

Randall E. Allsup was the keynote speaker at the Fourth International Forum for Leadership of Music Education, Zhejiang Normal University, Jinhua City, China, May 18-19, 2018. Paper titled “A Case for Proximity and Intimacy: Chinese and American Students Compose Opera Collaboratively in China.”

Christopher Edmin is a Book Series Editor for Brill|Sense Publishing.

Nicholas Limerick was named as one of Council on Anthropology and Education's Concha Delgado Gaitán Presidential Fellows.

Noah Drezner has been selected as the recipient of the 2018 James S. Armstrong Alumni Service Award, presented by the School of Arts, Sciences, & Engineering, University of Rochester.

 

Journal Articles

Arora, Prerna. G., & Wheeler, L. (2018). Depressive symptoms in Mexican-origin adolescents: Interrelations between school and family contexts. Contemporary School Psychology, 22(3), 266-278.

Levy, Ian. P., Cook, Amy. L., & Emdin, Christopher. (2018). Remixing the school counselor’s toolkit: Hip-hop, spoken word therapy and YPAR. Professional School Counseling, 22 (1).


Jackson, I., & Knight-Manuel, Michelle. (2018). “Color does not equal consciousness”: Educators of color learning to enact a sociopolitical consciousness. Journal of Teacher Education. doi:10.1177/0022487118783189

Martínez-Álvarez, Patricia., Sáez, N., & Ghiso, Maria Paula. (2018). Mediating hybrid spaces in the bilingual science class by learning to cultivate children’s metaphors. Linguistics and Education, 47, 68-83.

Chen, J., & Mensah, Felicia. M. (2018). Teaching contexts that influence elementary preservice teachers’ teacher and science teacher identity development. Journal of Science Teacher Education, 29(5), 420-439.

Mensah, Felicia. M., Brown, J., Titu, P., Rozowa, P., Sivaraj, R., & Heydari, R. (2018). Preservice and inservice teachers’ ideas of multiculturalism: Explorations across two science methods courses in two different contexts. Journal of Science Teacher Education, 29(2), 128-147.         

Mensah, Felicia. M., & Jackson, I. (2018). Whiteness as property in science teacher education. Teachers College Record, 120(1), 1-38.

McConlogue, Ferro. A., Quinn, Lori., Gayner-Wood, K., Barry, A. (2018). Dancers realize excellence through arts and movement (DREAM): An inclusive dance program to promote participation in children with developmental disabilities. The Kennedy Center VSA Intersections: Arts and Special Education Exemplary Programs and Approaches, 4, 23-33.

Mestre, T., Busse, M., Davis, A., Quinn, Lori., Rodrigues, F., Burgunder, J.M., Carlozzi, N., Walker, F., Ho, A., Sampaio, C., Goetz, C., Cubo, E., Martinez-Martin, P., Stebbins, G. (2018). Rating scales and performance measures for assessment of functional ability in Huntington disease. Movement Disorders Clinical Practice, 5(4), 361-72.

Rebell, Michael. (2018, September). School funding: The role of the courts. The State Education: The Journal of the National Association of State Boards of Education, 5-10.

Philip, T., Souto-Manning, Mariana., Anderson, L., Horn, I., Andrews, D., Stillman, J., & Varghese, M. (2018). Making justice peripheral by constructing practice as “core”: How the increasing prominence of core practices challenges teacher education. Journal of Teacher Education, https://doi.org/10.1177/0022487118798324.

Rufsvold, R., Wang, Ye., Hartman, M., Arora, S., & Smolen, E. (2018). The impact of language input on deaf and hard-of-hearing preschool children who use listening and spoken language. American Annals of the Deaf, 163(1), 35-66.

Silvestri, J. & Wang, Ye. (2018). A grounded theory of effective reading by profoundly deaf adults. American Annals of the Deaf, 162(5), 419-444.

Wang, Ye., Silvestri, J., & Jahromi, Laudan. (2018). Selected factors of reading comprehension for deaf and hearing adults: Phonological skills and metacognition. American Annals of the Deaf, 162(5), 445-462.

Books

Langer, A. M., & Yorks, Lyle. (2018). Strategic information technology (2nd ed.). Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons.

 

Book Chapter

Allsup, Randall. E., Westerlund, H., & Sheih, E. (2018). Youth culture in secondary education. In G. McPherson & G. Welch (Eds.), Music learning and teaching in infancy, childhood, and adolescence (pp. 241-256). New York: Oxford University Press.

Busse, M., Quinn, Lori., Inbar, N., & Marsden, J. (2018). Inherited neurological conditions. In S. Lennon., G. Ramdharry & G. Verheyden (Eds.), Physical management for neurological condition. London: Elsevier.

Justice, S., & Yorks, Lyle. (2018). Incidental learning as an enacted encounter with materiality. In E. Scully-Russ., A. Nicolaides., Victoria. J. Marsick., & K.W. Watkins (Eds.), Update on informal & incidental learning theory, new directions for adult continuing education, 159 (pp. 91-102). Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley.

 

Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts:

New grant monies

Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant


Peter Bergman


Linking Information and Families Together: Engaging Parents at Scale


Carnegie Corporation of New York


$ 350,000


Caryn Block


Identifying Coach Strategies When Preparing for Client Interactions


Institute of Coaching


$ 7,880


Thomas Brock and Davis Jenkins


Strengthening Dual Enrollment for Underrepresented Students


Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation


$1,625,009


Pamela Koch


Return to Scratch Cooking Evaluation I


New York State Health Foundation


$ 25,189

 

Pamela Koch


Food Education Summit


Sir Kensington's


$ 15,000

 

Pamela Koch

 

Return to Scratch Cooking Program: Phase 2 Pilot Evaluation

 

Joyce and Irving Goldman Family Foundation

 

$ 46,000



Kimberly Noble



Baby's First Years



Robert Wood Johnson Foundation



$ 400,000


Kimberly Noble


Household Income and Child Development in the First Three Years


The JPB Foundation


$ 750,000

 


Amy Stuart Wells & Erica Walker

 

Motivating STEM Engagement



National Science Foundation



$1,200,000

Renewal grant monies

Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant


Peter Coleman


Fortune Participatory Action


Columbia University


$ 147,954

Supplemental grant monies

Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant


Ruth Vinz


Center for the Professional Education of Teachers

Pelham Union School District


$ 4,500


Ye Wang


NLCSD Scholarships

Salus University


$ 60,017

 

Faculty & Program Support Gifts

Principle Investigator

Description of Fund

Donor Name

Amount


Lucky Calkins


TCRWP Teaching Race


Rowland & Sylvia Schaefer Family Foundation, Inc.


$ 40,000


Pamela Koch


Return to Scratch Cooking Gift

Fund


Diane P. Halvorsen


$ 50,000


Xiaodong Lin


EPIC Brown Foundation Program Fund


Alvin I. Brown and Peggy S. Brown Charitable Foundation, Inc.


$ 846,740


Xiaodong Lin


EPIC Weiming Fund


Weiming Education - Hong Kong Limited


$1,570,000


Lisa Miller


Spirituality Mind Body Institute


The Sybiel B. Berkman Foundation


$10,000


Kim Noble


LENA Project fund


Columbia University


$15,000.00


Lori Quinn


NRL Gift Fund


Diane P. Halvorsen


$150,000


Douglas Ready


Classroom Research Fuhrman Consulting Lemann Fund


Lemann Foundation

 

$42,000


Lena Verdeli


Lena Verdeli Global Mental Health Lab


Anonymous


$300,000


Lena Verdeli


Clinical Psychology Discretionary Fund


Anonymous


$300,000


Lena Verdeli


Lena Verdeli Discretionary Fund


Anonymous


$100,000


Erica Walker


Provost Discretionary Fund


The New York Community Trust; Wallace Special Projects Fund


$15,000


Amy Stuart Wells


Reimagining Education Summer Institute Fund


Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation


$50,000

Honors and Awards

Jane K. Dickinson, Program Director of the Diabetes Education and Management Program was named Diabetes Educator of the Year by the American Association of Diabetes Educators on August 18, 2018.

Ansley Erickson is currently a 2017-2018 National Endowment for the Humanities/Ford Foundation Fellow, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture of the New York Public Library.

Carol Garber is selected to receive the American College of Sports Medicine Citation Award which recognizes career achievement for outstanding research contributions to advancing science in sports medicine and exercise science. The award ceremony will occur at the May 2019 ACSM annual meeting.

Mariana Souto-Manning has been appointed Guest Professor (2018-2021) at Háskóli Íslands / University of Iceland, Tepper Research Fellow (2018-2019) at Hunter College, City University of New York, and Honorary Senior Research Fellow (2017-2020) at King’s College London, UK.

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Journal Articles

Boyce, Jared, Bowers, Alex J. (2018). Towards an evolving conceptualization of instructional leadership as leadership for learning: Meta-narrative review of 109 quantitative studies across 25 Years. Journal of Educational Administration, 56(2), 161-182.

Drago-Severson, Ellie., & Blum-DeStefano, J. (2018). Building a culture of feedback: Promising, developmental strategies for leading school change and capacity building. Journal of Professional Capacity & Community, 3(2), 62-78.

Drago-Severson, E., & Blum-DeStefano, J. (2018, June). The DNA of development: A new model for school change focuses on adult learning. The Learning Professional, 38(3), 22—27.

Drago-Severson, E., O’Connor, C., & Blum-DeStefano, J. (2018, August). When teams hit rough waters: Navigate challenges with a developmental approach. The Learning Professional, 39(4), 54—58.

Erickson, Ansley, T., & Highsmith, A. (2018). The neighborhood unit: Schools, segregation, and the shaping of the modern metropolitan landscape, Teachers College Record, 130, 1-36.

Kamil-Rosenberg S, Greaney M.L, Hochman T, Garber, Carol, E. (2018, August, 17). How do physical activity and health vary among younger, middle-aged and older adults with and without disability? Journal of Aging Physical Activity, (epub ahead of print), 1-26. doi: 10.1123/japa.2017-0215

Rossi, A., Friel C., Carter, L., & Garber, Carol, E. (2018). Effects of theory-based behavioral interventions on physical activity among overweight and obese female cancer survivors: A systematic review of randomized controlled trials. Integr Cancer Ther, 17(2), 226-236.

Wald, A., & Garber, Carol, E. (2018). Review of current literature on vital sign assessment of physical activity in primary care. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 50(1), 65-73.

Han, ZhaoHong., & Nassaji, H. (2018). Introduction: A snapshot of thirty-five years of instructed second language acquisition. Language Teaching Research, 1-10. doi:10.1177/1362168818776992

Kang, E.Y., Sok, S., & Han, ZhaoHong. (2018). Thirty-five years of ISLA on form-focused instruction: A meta-analysis. Language Teaching Research. doi: 0.1177/1362168818776671.

Sok, S., Kang, E.Y., and Han, ZhaoHong. (2018). Thirty-five years of ISLA on form-focused instruction: A methodological synthesis. Language Teaching Research. doi:10.1177/136216881876673.

Literat, Ioana., Kligler-Vilenchik, N., Brough, M., & Blum-Ross, A. (2018, August). Analyzing youth digital participation: Aims, actors, contexts and intensities. The Information Society, 34(4), 261-273.

Literat, Ioana. & Kligler-Vilenchik, N. (2018). Youth online political expression in non-political spaces: Implications for civic education. Learning, Media & Technology.  doi: 10.1080/17439884.2018.1504789

Brito, N. H., & Noble, Kimberly. G. (2018). The independent and interacting effects of socioeconomic status and dual-language use on brain structure and cognition. Developmental Science. doi:10.1111/desc.12688

Merz, E. C., He, X., & Noble, Kimberly. G. (2018). Anxiety, depression, impulsivity, and brain structure in children and adolescents. NeuroImage: Clinical, 20, 243-251. doi:10.1016/j.nicl.2018.07.020

Piccolo, L. R., Merz, E. C., & Noble, Kimberly. G. (2018). School climate is associated with cortical thickness and executive function in children and adolescents. Developmental Science. doi:10.1111/desc.12719

Boulton, M. A., & O’Connell, Kathleen. A. (2018). Relationship of student nurses’ substance misuse to perceptions of peer substance use and harmfulness. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 32(2), 310-316. doi:10.1016/j.apnu.2017.11.021

O’Connell, Kathleen. A., Singer, J., & Rajan, S. (2018). Stimulus-associated urinary urges in overactive bladder syndrome.  Neurourology and Urodynamics, 37, 284-290.

Nelson, H., & Rajan, Sonali. (2018). Barriers, facilitators, and challenges to successful school-based screenings. Health Behavior and Policy Review, 5(4), 57-71.

Rajan, Sonali., & Branas CC. (2018). Arming schoolteachers: What do we know? Where do we go from here? American Journal of Public Health, 108(7), 860-862.

Roosevelt, Dirck., & Garrison, J. (2018). “Yet the root of the matter is not in them”: Reclaiming the lost soul of inspirational teaching. Educational Theory, 68(2), 177-195.

Russell, S. Garnett., & Prudence, L. Carter. (2018). When the past is in the present: Unintended consequences of non-racialization/de-ethnicization in South Africa and Rwanda. Sociology of Race and Ethnicity.

Russell, S. Garnett. (2018). Global discourses and local practices: Teaching citizenship and human rights in post-genocide Rwanda. Comparative Education Review, 62(3), 385-408.

Russell, S. Garnett., Lerch, J. C., & Wotipka, C. M. (2018). The making of a human rights issue: A cross-national analysis of gender-based violence in textbooks, 1950-2011. Gender & Society, 32(5), 713-738. doi:10.1177/0891243218786686

Waring, Hansun. Z., Reddington, E., Yu, D., & Clemente, I. (2018). Going general: Responding to yes-no questions in informational webinars for prospective grant applicants. Discourse & Communication, 12(3), 307-327.

Boomaars, C., Yorks, Lyle. & Shetty, R. (2018). Employee learning motives, perceived learning opportunities, and employability activities. Journal of Workplace Learning, 30(5), 335-350.

Poell, R., Bang, A., Justice, S., Lundgren, H., Marsick, V., Rovira, A.S. Sung, S.Y. & Yorks, Lyle. (2018). How do employees’ individual learning paths differ across occupations?: A review of 10 years of empirical learning-network theory. Journal of Workplace Learning, 30(5), 315-334.

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Books

Drago-Severson, Ellie., & Blum-DeStefano, J. (2018). Leading change together: Developing educator capacity within schools and systems. Alexandria, VA, USA: ASCD.

Drago-Severson, Ellie., & Blum-DeStefano, J. (2018). Study guide for: Leading change together: Developing educator capacity within schools and systems. Alexandria, VA: ASCD.

Greer, R. Douglas. & Fabiola, C.  (2018). Strategie educative CABAS®:Un approccio evolutivo e sestemico all’ educazione con ABA. Roma, Italia: Giovanni Fioriti Editore.

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Book Chapters

Loewenthal, J. & Broughton. John. (2018). Travel imaginaries of NYC youth history, ethnicity and the politics of mobility. In M. Ward (Ed.), Youth, place and theories of belonging (167-178). New York, NY: Routledge.

Corter, James. E. (2018). Euler box diagrams to represent independent and non-independent events. In P. Chapman, G. Stapleton, A. Moktefi, S. Perez-Kriz, & F. Bellucci (Eds.), Diagrammatic representation and inference. Lecture notes in computer science (734-738). Berlin: Springer.

Drago-Severson, Ellie., Maslin-Ostrowski, P., & Blum-DeStefano, J. (2018). Looking behind the curtain: Principals’ internal experiences of managing pressing challenges. In E. T.  Murakam & N. Tran (Eds.), Journal of School Leadership (315-343). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

Erickson, Ansley. T. (2018). Fairness, commitment, and civic capacity: The varied desegregation trajectories of metropolitan school districts. In D. Gamson & E. Hodge (Eds.), The shifting landscape of the American school district: Race, class, geography, and the perpetual reform of local control, 1935-2015. New York, NY: Peter Lang.

Kligler-Vilenchik, N. & Literat, Ioana. (2018). Formative events, networked spaces, and the political socialization of youth. In Z. Papacharissi (Ed.), The networked self: Birth, life, death. New York, NY: Routledge.

Literat, Ioana.  (2018). On the digital margins of art worlds: Art and vernacular creativity in online spaces. In P. Messaris & D. Park (Eds.), Media, culture and inequality: Essays in honor of Larry Gross. New York, NY: Peter Lang.

Souto-Manning, Mariana., Winn, M.T., McGowan, N., & Martell, J. (2018). Reconceptualizing early childhood education and the (Im)possibility of racial justice. In M. Bloch, B.B. Swadener, & G. Cannella (Eds.), Reconceptualizing early childhood care and education: Critical questions, new imaginaries and social activism. New York, NY: Peter Lang.

Bentley, D. F., & Souto-Manning, Mariana.  (2018). We were marching for our equal rights: Political literacies in the early childhood classroom. In N. Yelland & D.F. Bentley (Eds.), Connecting reconceptualist thinking with early childhood education practices: Found in translation. New York, NY: Routledge.

Souto-Manning, Mariana, & Martell, J. (2018). Fully inclusive teaching for linguistically diverse learners: Collage as ornithology. In B. Berriz, V. Poey, & A. Wager (Eds.), Art as a way of talking. New York, NY: Routledge.

Waring, Hansun. Z., & Song, G. (2018). Advice in education. In E. MacGeorge & L. Van Swol (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Advice (217-236). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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Public Communication

Erikson, Ansely. (2018, May 17). As historians and New York City educators, here’s what we hope teachers hear in the city’s new anti-bias training. Chalkbeat. Retrieved from https://www.chalkbeat.org/posts/ny/2018/05/17/as-historians-and-new-york-city-educators-heres-what-we-hope-teachers-hear-in-the-citys-new-anti-bias-training/

Drago-Severson, Ellie. (Interviewee). (27 February 2018). A developmental approach to feedback. [Perkins Platform Radio Show].

Broughton, John. (Interviewee). (23 July 2018). Domestic violence and PTSD. (WFUV radio).

Noble, Kimberly. (2018, May 30). NPR Planet Money Podcast [Audio blog post]. Retrieved from https://www.npr.org/sections/money/2018/05/30/615599129/money-for-moms

Noble, Kimberly. (2018, May 3). Does growing up poor harm brain development? The Economist. Retrieved from https://www.economist.com/united-states/2018/05/03/does-growing-up-poor-harm-brain-development

Lena, Jennifer C., & Mangione. G. (2018). Strengthening cultural enterprises as community institutions: Arts management program needs assessment. Jerusalem: Sabreen Organization for Artistic Development. (pp. 1-66).

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Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts:

New Grant Monies

Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant


John Allegrante


Health Policy Research Scholar Cohort III


Robert Wood Johnson Foundation


$120,000


Jeanne Brooks- Gunn


Health Policy Research Scholar


Robert Wood Johnson Foundation


$ 120,000


Sarah Cohodes


The Long-run Influence of Charter Schools - Phase I


Harvard University


$ 23,842

 

Isobel Contento


Relationship of Feeding Styles in the Context of Living with Extended Family Among Kuwaiti Mothers


Kuwait Foundation for Advancement of Sciences


$ 24,530

 

Catherine Crowley

 

Building Capacity to Reduce Disproportionate Referrals of Minority and ELLs for Special Education

 

New York Community Trust

 

$ 98,000



Herbert Ginsburg



Early Math - DREME III



Stanford University



$ 114,103


Jeffrey Henig


Student Growth, Choice and Segregation: The effects of Academic Growth Data on School District Enrollment Decisions


Russell Sage Foundation


$ 14,140


Nathan Holbert


Exploring STEM Impact and Engagement in Student-led and Purpose-driven Projects


National Science Foundation


$ 102,983

 

Ellen Meier

 

Alliance for Graduate Education


City University of New York

 

$ 125,000

 

Kathleen O'Connell

 

Nurse Faculty Loan Program


United States Health Resources and Services Administration

 

$ 638,713

Celia Oyler

 

Collaborative School Community Program

 


New York City Department of Education


$ 25,000

Renewal Grant Monies

 Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant

 

Carol Hammer


Early Language and Literacy Professional Development for Teachers of English Learners

United States Department of Education

$ 536,252

 

Ellen Meier


Inquiry and Learning Environments

National Science Foundation

$ 657,722

Nancy Streim

Wadleigh Secondary School

New York City Department of Education

$ 452,046

Nancy Streim

Community Schools -Heritage School

New York City Department of Education

$ 166,667

Nancy Streim

Attendance Improvement  United Way of New York City 

$ 371,144

Supplement Grant Monies

 Project Director

Project Title


Grantor


Grant

 

Ellen Meier

 

 

Yonkers Learning - Summer Lab 2018

 

City of Yonkers

 

$ 74,250

 

Helena Verdeli

 

Maternal Depression in Uganda

 

Food for the Hungry

$ 4,623

 

Ruth Vinz

 

Yonkers Public Schools

 

The Orchard School

$ 9,000

 

Ruth Vinz

 

CPET School Contracts

 

Osborne High School

$ 9,000

 

Priscilla Wohlstetter

Survey Research Institute

Granada Hills Charter School

$ 3,209

 Priscilla Wohlstetter

 Survey Research Initiative

 Various

$ 1,723

2017-2018 Faculty News & Notes

Honors and Awards

Randall E. Allsup gave the Keynote Presentation entitled: “’All That Remains to be Seen and Heard’ Or, Beyond the Great Demographic Mismatch in Music Education” at the California Music Educators Association, Azusa Pacific University, on April 21, 2018.

Corbin M. Campbell received an AERA Outstanding Reviewer Award for Review of Educational Research.

Madhabi Chatterji was invited by the Columbia Global Center-Mumbai, India to provide a lecture-workshop titled 'Evidence-based Approaches for Enhancing Educational Quality" on February 12, 2018 to an international audience of educationists, policy-makers, educational leaders from K-12 organizations, and faculty/leaders of higher education institutions.

Janet L. Miller presented the Egon Guba Distinguished Lecture at AERA's 2018 Annual Conference: "Feminisms, Curriculum and Qualitative Research".

Journal Articles

Allsup, Randall E. (2017). Ifs, ands, and buts: A polyphonic vision of qualitative research in music education. Bulletin of the Council on Research in Music Education, 214, 7-18.

Chatterji, Madhabi., & Lin, M. (2018). Designing non-cognitive construct measures that improve mathematics achievement in grade 5-6 learners. A user-centered approach. Quality Assurance in Education, 26(1), 70-100.

Chatterji, Madhabi., Tripken, J., Johnson, S., Koh, N. J., Sabain, S., Allegrante, John. P., & Kukafka, R. (2017) Development and validation of a health information technology curriculum: Toward more meaningful use of electronic health records. Pedagogy in Health Promotion, 3(3), 154-166.

Jones, Martinque, K., & Sam, Thomandra, S. (2018). Cultural connections: An ethnocultural counseling intervention for Black women in college. Journal of College Counseling, 21(1), 73-86.

Hedman L.D., Quinn, Lori., Gill-Body, K., Brown, D.A., Quiben .M., Riley, N., Scheets, P.L. (2018). White paper: Movement system diagnoses in neurologic physical therapy. Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy, 42, 110-7.

Books

Cortina, Regina., & Lafuente, C. (Eds.). (2018). Civil society organizations in Latin American education: case studies and perspectives on advocacy. New York, NY: Routledge.

Rebell, Michael (2018). Flunking democracy: Schools, courts and civic participation. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

Book Chapters

Cortina, Regina., & Lafuente, C. (2018). Introduction: The role of civil society organizations in education. In R. Cortina & C. Lafuente (Eds.), Civil society organizations in Latin American education: case studies and perspectives on advocacy (pp. 1-17). New York, NY: Routledge.

Cortina, Regina., & Lafuente, C. (2018). "Only quality education will change Mexico": the case of Mexicanos Primero. In R. Cortina & C. Lafuente (Eds.), Civil society organizations in Latin American education: case studies and perspectives on advocacy (pp. 18-41). New York, NY: Routledge.

Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts:

New grant monies Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant

Zhao Hong Han

ELL Teachers in Yonkers

Yonkers Public Schools

$ 27,000

Ellen Meier

Transforming Teaching and Learning

Bi-Norway Institute

$ 16,000

Ellen Meier

New Haven STEAM

United States Department of Education

$ 80,250

Honors and Awards

Corbin Campbell was invited to join the editorial board of Review of Educational Research (RER) for the 2018-2019 year. 

Yolanda Sealy-Ruiz won the 2018 AERA CESJ Revolutionary Mentor Award: The Revolutionary Mentor Award recognizes a scholar who has made distinguished contributions in the mentoring of PK-12 students, undergraduates and graduate students, and junior scholars as a means of helping to develop critical social justice scholars, educators, and activists. The award intentionally centers the promise and power of mentorship.

Journal Articles

Michel, J. O., Chadi, D., Jimenez, M., & Campbell, Corbin. M. (2018). Ignis Fatuus effect of faculty category: Is the tenure versus non-tenure debate meaningful to students’ course experiences? Innovative Higher Education, 1-16.

Drago-Severson, Ellie., & Blum-DeStefano, J. (2018). Building a developmental culture of feedback. Journal of Professional Capital and Community3(2), 62-78.

Farber, Barry. A. (2018). “Clowns to the left of me, jokers to the right”: Politics and psychotherapy, 2018. Journal of Clinical Psychology. doi:10.1002/jclp.22600.

Love, M., & Farber, Barry. A. (2018). Honesty in psychotherapy: Results of an online survey comparing high vs. low self-concealers. Psychotherapy Research,28, doi.org/10.1080/10503307.2017.1417652

Love, M., & Farber, Barry. A. (2017). “Let’s not talk about sex”.  Journal of Clinical Psychology: In Session, 73 (11), 1489-1498.

Melissa Arnold Lyon & Henig, Jeffrey, R. (2017). Blurring lines? How locally-based collaborations handle the redistribution/development tradeoff.  Urban Affairs Review. https://doi.org/10.1177/1078087417740704

Limerick, Nicholas. (2018). Kichwa or Quichua? Competing alphabets, political histories, and complicated reading in Indigenous languages. Comparative Education Review, 62(1), 103-124.

Kligler-Vilenchik, N. & Literat, Ioana.  (2018). Distributed creativity as political expression: Youth responses to the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election in online affinity networks. Journal of Communication, 68(1), 75-97.

Glaveanu, V.P., de Saint-Laurent, C., & Literat, Ioana. (2018). Making sense of refugees online: Perspective taking, political imagination, and Internet memes. American Behavioral Scientist. Epub ahead of print 21 March 2018.  https://doi.org/10.1177/0002764218765060

Literat, Ioana. (2018). Make, share, review, remix: Unpacking the impact of the Internet on contemporary creativity. Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies. Epub ahead of print 16 January 2017. https://doi.org/10.1177/1354856517751391

Literat, Ioana., & Glaveanu, V.P. (2018). Distributed creativity on the Internet: A theoretical framework for online creative participation. International Journal of Communication, 12, 893-908.

WaringHansun Zhang. (2018). Teaching L2 interactional competence: Problems and possibilities. Classroom Discourse, 9(1), 57-67.

Wasserman, Nicholas. (2018). Nonlocal mathematical knowledge for teaching. Journal of Mathematical Behavior,49(1), 116-128.

Wasserman, Nicholas., & Weber, K. (2017). Pedagogical applications from real analysis for secondary mathematics teachers. For the Learning of Mathematics37(3), 14-18.

Books

Campbell, Corbin, M. (2018). Reframing rigor: New understandings for equity and student success. New directions for higher education. San Francisco, CA.: Jossey-Bass.

Souto­ManningMariana., Lugo Llerena, C., Martell, J., Salas Maguire, A., & Arce Boardman, A. (2018). More culturally irrelevant teaching. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Book Chapters

Campbell, Corbin. M. (2018). Future directions for rigor in the changing higher education landscape. In Corbin. M. Campbell (Ed.), Reframing notions of rigor: Building scaffolding for equity and student success. New directions for higher education (pp. 97-102). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Campbell, Corbin. M., Dortch, D., & Burt, B.  (2018). Reframing rigor: Challenge and support in the modern higher education classroom. In Corbin. M. Campbell (Ed.), Reframing rigor: New understandings for equity and student success (pp.11-23). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Henig, Jeffrey. R. (2018). Charter schools in a changing political landscape. In I. C. Rotberg & J. L. Glazer (Eds.), Parallel education systems: Charter schools and diversity. New York, NY: Teachers College Press.

Huang, Cindy. Y.  & Zane, N. (2018). Culture and psychological interventions. In D. M. & H.C. Hwang (Eds.), The handbook of culture and psychology (2nd ed.). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Levin, Henry. M. (2018). Charter schools: Rending or mending the nation? In I. C. Rotberg & J. L. Glazer (Eds.), Charter schools and diversity. New York, NY: Teachers College Press.

Riehl, Carolyn J.  &. Henig, Jefffrey R. (2018). All together now: The apparent resurgence of locally based cross-sector collaboration. In R. L. Crowson, D. E. Mitchell, & D. Shipps (Eds.), Shaping education policy: Power and process (pp. 269-287). New York, NY: Routledge.

 

Public Communications

Drago-Severson, Ellie. (Interviewee). (27 February 2018). A developmental approach to feedback. [Perkins Platform Radio Show].

Cindy Huang was interviewed and quoted in Today's Parent on setting healthy limits in response to young children's difficult behaviors. Retrieved from https://www.todaysparent.com/family/parenting/why-your-toddlers-no-phase-is-so-important-and-how-to-survive-it/

Jochum, Richard. (2018). Endless bodies of work (Art exhibition). Curated by Peter Bogner. Vienna, Austria: Kiesler Foundation. Solo Exhibition. January 19- March 2, 2018

Jochum, Richard. (2018). Struggle, battle, clash (Art exhibition). Curated by Hansi Liao. Brooklyn, NY: Brooklyn Cluster Gallery. Solo Exhibition. February 3-24, 2018

Sonali Rajan (2018, February 23). Arming teachers: What are the implications? Commentary.  Views on the NewsRetrieved from http://www.tc.columbia.edu/articles/2018/february/arming-teachers-arming-teachers-what-are-the-implications/

Vasudevan, Lalitha. (2018, March 22). How to understand #NationalWalkOutDay AND because kids are people. Too. Teachers College Record. Retrieved from http://www.tcrecord.org/Content.asp?ContentID=22309 

Vasudevan, Lalitha. (2018, March 23). Kids show that they were engaged citizens long before the Parkland shooting. Hechinger Report. Retrieved from http://hechingerreport.org/opinion-kids-show-that-they-were-engaged-citizens-long-before-the-parkland-shooting/

Vasudevan, Lalitha. (2018, March 23). Youth against gun violence, From 'Black Lives Matter' to the 'March for Our Lives' (WNYC Newsroom, Interviewer), WNYC News. Retrieved from https://www.wnyc.org/story/youth-against-gun-violence-black-lives-matter-march-our-lives/

 

Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts:

New grant monies

Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant

 

Christine Cha

 

Prospection in Suicidal Teens


National Institutes of Health


$ 429,736

 

Sharon Lynn Kagan

 

Enhancing Early Childhood Policy in Institutions of Higher Education

 

Heising-Simons Foundation

 

$ 1,181,798


Jennifer Lena


Arts Management in Palestine

 


Sabreen Association for Artistic Development


$ 35,090


Terrence Maltbia


Senior Executive Workshop


Standard and Poor's


$ 195,000

 

Kimberly Noble

 

Income and Child Development

Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation

 

$ 847,373

Amy Stuart Wells

Reimagining Education Online Module

Rauch Foundation

$ 25,000

Renewal grant monies

 

Project Director


Project Title


Grantor


Grant

Thomas Bailey

Math Pathways Evaluation

University of Texas at Austin

$ 120,000

Lucy Calkins

Reading Rescue Project

Benedict Silverman Foundation

$ 373,964

Supplemental grant monies

 

Project Director


Project Title


Grantor


Grant

Priscilla Wohlstetter

Survey Research Initiative

Various

$ 4,015

 

Honors and Awards 

Alex Bowers received the 2017 Journal of Educational Administration Outstanding Reviewer of the Year, Emerald Publishing. 

Kelly Parkes is receiving the Lowell Mason Fellow award for distinction of music educators, music education advocates, political leaders, and industry professionals. 

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Journal Articles 

Jang, S., Vitale, J., Jyung, R., & Black, John. (2017). Direct manipulation is better than passive viewing for learning anatomy in a three-dimensional virtual reality environment. Computers and Education, 106, 150-165. 

Sung, W., Ahn, J., Mao, Y., & Black, John. (2017) Introducing computational thinking to young learners: Practicing computational perspectives through embodiment in mathematics education. Technology, Knowledge and Learning, 22, 135-155. 

Boyce, J., & Bowers, Alex, J. (2018). Different levels of leadership for learning: Investigating differences between teachers individually and collectively using multilevel factor analysis of the 2011-12 schools and staffing survey. International Journal of School Leadership, 21(2), 197-225. 

Cohodes, Sarah. (2018). Charter schools and the achievement gap. Future of Children, Policy Issue Winter 2018, 1-16. 

Greer. R. Douglas., Pohl, P. Du, L., & Moschella, J. L. (2017). The separate development of children's listener and speaker behavior and the intercept as behavioral metamorphosis. Journal of Behavioral and Brain Science, 7, 674-704. 

Hankerson, S.H., Svob, C., Jones, Martinque K. (2018). Partnering with black churches to increase access to care. Psychiatric Services, 69, 125-125. 

Lena, Jennifer C. (2018). The process model of closure and nonprofits: The exit of exit art. Journal of Arts Management, Law, and Society48(1), 17-31. 

Levin, Henry & Garcia, E. (2018). Accelerating community college graduation rates: A benefit-cost analysis. Journal of Higher Education, 89(1), 1-27. 

Moya-Galé, G., Goudarzi, A., Bayés, A., McAuliffe, M., Bulté, B. & Levy, Erika S. (2018). The effects of intensive speech treatment on conversational intelligibility in Spanish speakers with Parkinson's disease. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 27, 154-165. 

Underwood, J.B., & Mensah, F.M. (2018). An investigation of science teacher educators' perceptions of culturally relevant pedagogy. Journal of Science Teacher Education, 28(1), 46-64. 

Boulton, M. A. & O'Connell, Kathleen A. (2017) Past year substance use by student nurses. Journal of Addictions Nursing37, 284-290. 

O'Connell, Kathleen A., Singer, J. & Rajan, Sonali. (2017). Stimulus-associated urinary urges in overactive bladder syndrome. Neurourology and Urodynamics, 37, 284-290. 

Leonard, N., Casarijan, B., Fletcher, RR., Cisse, CP., Sherpa, D., Keleman, A., Rajan, Sonali, Salaam, R., Cleland, C., Gwadz, M. (2018). Mobile application of theoretically-based emotion regulation strategies using a wearable sensor: Feasibility and usability among homeless adolescent mothers. Journal of Medical Internet Research, [published online ahead of print].

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Books 

Britton, B.K., & Black, John B. (2018). Understanding expository text. New York, NY: Routledge. 

Black, John B. (2018). The psychology of questions. New York, NY: Routledge. 

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Book Chapters 

Agasisti, T., & Bowers, Alex J. (2017). Data analytics and decision-making in education: Towards the educational data scientist as a key actor in schools and higher education institutions. In G. Johnes, J. Johnes, T. Agasisti, & L. López-Torres (Eds.), Handbook of contemporary education economics (184-210). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing 

Wu, J., Mensah, Felicia, & Tang, K. (2018). The content-language tension for English language learners in secondary science. In K. Tang & C. Danielsson (Eds.), Global developments in literacy research for science education (113-130). Springer, Cham. 

Public Communications 

Rajan, Sonali, Vasudevan, Lalitha, & Allegrante, John. (2018, February 15) Gun violence in the United States: Stemming the tide of a growing social crisis. Views on the News. Retrieved from http://www.tc.columbia.edu/articles/2018/february/gun-violence-in-the-united-states-stemming-the-tide-of-a-growing-social-crisis/ 

 

Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts: 

New Grant Monies
Project DirectorProject TitleGrantorGrant
Nathan Holbert Network of Knowledge Portfolio School United Way Worldwide $35,000
Kimberly Noble Income and the Developing Brain During the First Three Years of Life Silicon Valley Community Fund $1,800,000
Renewal Grant Monies
Project DirectorProject TitleGrantorGrant
Tom Hatch Reading Improvement New York Community Trust $75,000
Jeffrey Henig Collective Impact Initiatives The Wallace Foundation $13,000
Aaron Pallas Center for Public Research Leadership Columbia University $38,000
Priscilla Wohlstetter Survey Research Initiative Various $6,117

Honors and Awards

Maria Paula Ghiso received the Arthur Applebee Award for Excellence in Research on Literacy from the Literacy Research Association for the 2016 paper “The Laundromat as the Transnational Local: Young Children's Literacies of Interdependence” published in Teachers College Record. 

 

Journal Articles

Horsford, Sonya Douglass. (2017). Making America’s schools great now: Reclaiming democracy and activist leadership under Trump. Journal of Educational Administration and History50(1).

Drago-Severson, Ellie., & Blum-DeStefano, J. (2018). The self in social justice: A

developmental lens on race, identity, and transformation. Harvard Education Review, 87,

457-481.

Drago-Severson, Ellie., & Maslin-Ostrowski, P. (2018) In translation: School leaders learning in and from leadership practice while confronting pressing policy challenges. Teachers College Record, 120.

 

Drago-Severson, Ellie., & Blum-DeStefano, J. (2018, January 3). Growing bigger selves for social justice. Harvard Educational Review Blog. Retrieved from http://hepg.org/blog/growing-bigger-selves-for-social-justice

Rivera, A., Hirst, J., & Edmonds, Lisa. A. (2018). Evaluation of language predictors of main concept production in Spanish/English bilingual discourse using Nicholas and Brookshire stimuli. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. doi:10.1044/2017_AJSLP-15-0186, 1-19.

Zillmer, N., & Kuhn, Deanna. (2018). Do similar-ability peers regulate one another in a collaborative discourse activity? Cognitive Development, 45, 68-76. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cogdev.2017.12.002

Naraian, Srikala., & Schlessinger, S. (2018). Becoming an inclusive educator: Agentive maneuverings in collaboratively taught classrooms. Teaching and Teacher Education, 71, 179-189.

Fritz, N., Rao, A., Kegelmeyer, D., Kloos, A., Busse, M., Hartel, L., Carrier, J., Quinn, Lori. (2017).  Physical therapy and exercise interventions in Huntington's disease: a mixed methods systematic review. Journal of Huntington's Disease6(3), 217-235.

Rajan, Sonali, Branas, CC., Hargarten, S., Allegrante, John. P. (2018). Funding for gun violence research is key to the health and safety of the nation. American Journal of Public Health108(2), 194-195.

Rajan, Sonali, Ruggles, K.V., Guarino, H., Mateu-Gelabert, P. (2018.) Heroin and drug injection among youth also misusing prescription drugs. American Journal of Health Behavior42(1), 144-155.

Waring, Hansun., & Yu, D. (2017). Crying as a resource for renegotiating a “done deal” in

parent-child interaction. Research on Children and Social Interaction1(2), 116-140.

 

Books

Drago-Severson, Ellie., & Blum-DeStefano, J. (2018). Leading change together: Developing educator capacity within schools and systems. Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD).

Drago-Severson, Ellie. (2018). Study guide for: Leading change together: Developing educator capacity within schools and systems. Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD).

Souto-Manning, Mariana., Yoon, Haeny. S. (2018). Rethinking early literacies: Reading and rewriting worlds. London, UK: Routledge.

 

Book Chapters

WohlstetterPriscilla., Wang, A.K. & Gonzales, M.M. (2018). Diversity-Driven charters and the construction of urban school success. In G. Q. Conchas., M. A. Gottfried., B. M. Hinga & L. Oseguera (Eds.), Education policy goes to school: Case studies on the limitations and possibilities of educational innovation (pp. 215-230). New York, NY: Routledge.

 

Public Communications

Hatch, Thomas. & Roegman, R. (2017, November). Equity goals and equity visits. School Administrator. Retrieved from http://my.aasa.org/AASA/Resources/SAMag/2017/Nov17/HatchRoegman.aspx

Hatch, Thomas. (2017, November 7). Known for its intense testing pressure, top- performing South Korea dials it back. Hechinger Report. Retrieved from http://hechingerreport.org/opinion-known-intense-testing-pressure-top-performing- south-korea-dials-back/

Sonya Douglass Horsford served as lead guest editor of a special issue of Journal School Leadership entitled, "School Leadership and the Every Student Succeeds Act: Dilemmas and Possibilities in an Era of Inequality." Guest editors: Sonya Douglass Horsford, Gaetane Jean- Marie, Natalie Tran, Bradley Carpenter, Curt Adams, Denise Schares, and Kimberly Sanders

 

Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts:

New Grant Monies
Project DirectorProject TitleGrantorGrant
Thomas Bailey How Liberal Arts Influences Degree Completion Carnegie Mellon Foundation $465,000
Kimberly Noble Income and Child Development in the First Three Years of Life University of California $170,827
Renewal Grant Monies
Project DirectorProject TitleGrantorGrant
Kimberly Noble Support for the Poverty and Brain Development in Young Children Research Project Annie E. Casey Foundation $75,017
Supplement Monies
Project DirectorProject TitleGrantorGrant
Ruth Vinz Center for the Professional Education of Teachers Osborne High School $10,800
Priscilla Wohlstetter Survey Research Initiative Armory Center for the Arts $750.00
 

Faculty Awards and Honors:

Warner Burke: Will receive the Sage Cornerstone Author Award to commemorate and celebrate the lasting impact of his work with the 5th edition of Organization Change: Theory and Practice.

Maria Paula Ghiso: Will receive (along with her co-authors Gerald Campano and Bethany Welch) the Ed Fry Book Award for their book: Partnering with immigrant communities: Action through literacy.

Janet Miller: Will present the Egon Guba Lecture at the AERA Annual Conference in New York City. This is a very prestigious invitation that recognizes Dr. Miller’s exemplary contributions to the field of qualitative research, especially her work on narrative research.

Kimberly Noble: John Wiley Distinguished Speaker Award, International Society for Developmental Psychobiology Annual Meeting.

 

Journal Articles:

Soylu, F., Holbert, Nathan., Brady, C., & Wilensky, U. (2017). Embodied perspective taking in learning about complex systems, Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 28(3), 269-303.

Jones, Martinque, K. & Day, S. (2017). An exploration of black women’s gendered racial identity using a multidimensional and intersectional approach, Sex Roles, 1-15. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11199-017-0854-8

Literat, Ioana., Conover, A., Herbert-Wasson, E, Page, K.K., Riina-Ferrie, J., Stephens, R., Thanapornsangsuth S., & Vasudevan, Lalitha. (2017). Toward multimodal inquiry: Opportunities, challenges and implications of multimodality for research and scholarship, Higher Education Research & Development, 1-14. https://doi.org/10.1080/07294360.2017.1389857

Piccolo, L.R. and Noble, Kimberly. G. (2017). Perceived stress is associated with smaller hippocampal volume in adolescence. Psychophysiology. DOI: 10.1111/psyp.13025

Bainbridge, H., Perry, Elissa. L., & Kulik, C.T. (2017).  (In press).  Sexual harassment training: Explaining differences in Australian and U.S. approaches, Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resource, DOI: 10.1111/1744-7941.12169.

Rajan, Sonali., VasudevanLalitha., Ruggles, K., Brown, B., & Verdeli, Helen. (2017) Firearms in K-12 schools: What is the responsibility of the education community?, Teachers College Record, http://www.tcrecord.org/Content.asp?ContentId=22187.

Rebell, Michael, A. (2017). The courts' consensus: Money does matter for educational opportunity, The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 184-198.

Riehl, Carolyn. J.  and Melissa A. Lyon. (2017). Counting on context: Cross-sector collaborations for education and the legacy of James Coleman’s sociological vision, The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 674(1), 262-280.

VasudevanLalitha, Rodriguez Kerr, K., Enriquez, G., Johnson, E., Kontovourki, S., Mallozzi, C.A. (2017). The literate body: A review of literacies, learning, and the body: Putting theory and research into pedagogical practice, Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 61(3), 347-353.

Wasserman, Nicholas. (2017). Exploring how understandings from abstract algebra can influence the teaching of structure in early algebra. Mathematics Teacher Education and Development, 19(2), 81-103.       

Wasserman, Nicholas., Casey, S., Champion, J., & Huey, M. (2017) Statistics as unbiased estimators: Exploring the teaching of standard deviation. Research in Mathematics Education,19(3), 236-256.

 

Books & Book Chapters:

Ortega, L. & Han, ZhaoHong. (Eds.). (2017). Complexity theory and language development. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company.

Han, ZhaoHong., Bao, G., & Wiita, P. (2017). Energy conservation in SLA: The simplicity of a complex adaptive system. In L. Ortega & Z-H. Han (Eds.), Complexity theory and language development (210-231). Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company.

Boblett, N. & Waring, Zhang. (2017). Learning to see: Error correction in slow motion. In T. Farrell (Ed.), TESOL voices: Insider accounts of classroom life - preservice teachers (pp. 31-38). Annapolis Junction, MD: TESOL Press.

 

Public Communication

Pallas, Aaron., NeumannAnna., & Campbell, Corbin. (2017). Policies and practices to support undergraduate teaching improvement. Cambridge, Massachusetts: American Academy of Arts & Sciences.

Elissa Perry quoted in:  Paul, M. (2017, November 1).  There’s little evidence sexual harassment trainings work. Here’s what academics and government researchers say could make them better.  Mother Jones. Retrieved November 1, 2017, from http://www.motherjones.com/media/2017/11/theres-little-evidence-sexual-harassment-trainings-work/

Vasudevan, Lalitha. (2017, October 25). Holding ourselves accountable: Pushing through paralysis by “Getting Proximate”. Huffington Post. Retrieved October 25, 2017, from https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/holding-ourselves-accountable-pushing-through-paralysis_us_59f0bc99e4b008c83fad56de

Kane, Pearl, (2017, October 10) NPR interview, Are private schools worth it?

Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts:

New grant monies

Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant


Thomas Bailey


Macomb Transfer Student Success

Kresge Foundation


$ 15,000

 

Thomas Bailey

 

CCRC Capacity Support for Guided Pathways Next Frontier

 

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

 

$ 1,500,000

Christine Cha

Examining Novel Cognitive Risk Factors for Suicidal Adolescents

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

$ 82,432

Henry Levin

Training in Application of Economic Evaluation for State and Local Education Policy Employees

Institute for Educational Services

$ 99,940

Ellen Meier

Yonkers Learning Technology

City of Yonkers

$ 120,000

 

Kimberly Noble

 

Income and the Developing Brain During the First Three Years of Life


Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

 

$ 200,000


Kimberly Noble


Debit Card Program for Income and Child Development in the First Three Years of Life


Jacobs Foundation


$ 88,619

Amy Stuart Wells

2019 AERA Film Project

Institute of International Education

$ 85,000

 

 

 

 

Renewal grant monies


Project Director


Project Title


Grantor


Grant

Ellen Meier

Yonkers Learning Technology

City of Yonkers

$ 120,000

 

Honors and Awards:

Thomas Hatch was the key note speaker at the Third Annual Dongsan Forum in Daegu, South Korea. 

Richard Jochum is an Artist-in-Resident at CUNY’s Baruch College for the Fall of 2017.

Kimberly Noble was featured by the American Psychological Association #ThankAScientist campaign.

Amra Sabic-El-Rayess is a recipient of the U.S. State Department’s grant that will support her work and travel to Azerbaijan in 2018. The strategic objective of her work is to help facilitate political reforms in the country, including respect for human rights, citizen participation, rule of law, transparency and effective participation of diverse actors and institutions in the democratic development of Azerbaijan. 

Journal Articles:

Eble, Alex., Boone, P., & Elbourne, D. (2017). On minimizing the risk of bias in randomized controlled trials in economics. The World Bank Economic Review31(3), 687-707.

Roegman, R., Allen, D., & Hatch, Thomas. (2017). The elusiveness of equity: Evolution of instructional rounds in a superintendent’s network. American Journal of Education124(1), 127-159.

Jochum, Richard. (2017). Lessons learned: Art education in an expanded field. Journal for Research in Art Education, 18(3), 25-58.

Watson, V. & Knight-Manuel, Michelle. (2017). Challenging popularized narratives of immigrant youth from West Africa: Examining social processes of navigating identities and engaging civically. Review of Research in Education, 41(1), 279-310.

Kuhn, Deanna., & Modrek, A. (2017). Do reasoning limitations undermine discourse? Thinking & Reasoning, 1-20, DOI: 10.1080/13546783.2017.1388846

Bartlett, L., Mendenhall, Mary., & Ghaffar-Kucher, A. (2017). Culture in acculturation: Refugee youth’s schooling experiences in international schools in New York City. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 60, 109-119.

Rajan, Sonali., Vasudevan, Lalitha.V., Ruggles, K.V., Brown, B., & Verdeli, Helen. (2017). Firearms in K-12 schools: What is the responsibility of the education community? Teachers College Record.

Rajan, Sonali., Roberts, K., Guerra, L., Pirsch, M., & Morrell, Ernest. (2017) Integrating health education into core curriculum middle school classrooms: Successes, challenges, and implications for urban youth. Journal of School Health.

Lerch, Julia., Russell, Susan Garnett., & Ramirez, F. (2017). Depictions of the nation in post-conflict countries: A cross-national analysis. Social Forces, 96(1), 153-180.

Books

Onol, I., & Jochum, Richard. (Eds.). (2017). Richard Jochum: Endless bodies of work. Vienna, Austria: Austrian Frederick and Lillian Kiesler Foundation.

Jochum, Richard. (Ed.). (2017). Art school critique 2.0. Annandale, New Jersey: Ragged Sky Press.

Kuhn, Deanna. (2017). Building our best future: Thinking critically about ourselves and our world. New York NY: Wessex Learning.

Book Chapter

Han, ZhaoHong. (2017). The theoretical landscape of second language acquisition. In I. Keckskes & C. Sun (Eds.), Key issues in Chinese as a second language research (pp. 3-26). New York: Routledge.

Public Communication

Jochum, Richard. (2017, August/September). Making curriculum for Makerspaces. AET-Column for NAEA-News59(4), 21.

Catalog: Richard Jochum, 2017: In: Jens Ramsing and Charlotte Bonde, Artparken Katalog. Gæsteatelier HollufGÃ¥rd, Odense.

Catalog: Richard Jochum, 2017: In: Art Yellow Book #3, Editor-in-Chief Leejin Kim. CICA Museum Press, Gimpo, Korea, pp. 50-51.

Solo Exhibition: Richard Jochum. The New Playground. Curated by Katherine Behar and Zhenzhen Qi. New Media Art Space Gallery, Baruch College, New York, United States. September 6 - December 1, 2017

Solo Exhibition: 80% Know 20% Am. LeoKuelbsCollection Presents: Richard Jochum. Fata Morgana, Berlin, Germany. June 30 - July 3, 2017

Richard Jochum Public Art Projects:

  • Tree Trunks. Land art project. ArtPark Gæsteatelier Hollufgård, Odense, Denmark. 2017 onwards
  • Rock Candy. Land art project. ArtPark Gæsteatelier Hollufgård, Odense, Denmark. 2017 onwards"

Han, ZhaoHong. (2017, October). Plenary speech: Systems thinking in second language acquisition research and teaching. The 14th International Conference on Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages (ICCSL 14). Jinan, China.

 

Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts:

New grant monies

Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant

George Bonanno

Veterans and Theatre Institute Evaluation

Theatre Communications Group


$ 5,000

Carol Hammer

Early Language and Literacy Professional Development for Teachers of English Learners

United States Department of Education

$ 540,915

Michelle Troche

Treatments for Supernuclear Palsy

CurePSP

$ 99,918

Helena Verdeli

Decreasing Maternal Depression in Uganda

Food for the Hungry

$ 30,000

Priscilla Wohlstetter

Charter Schools Join the Fight for Integration: Implementation and Outcomes

Walton Family Foundation

$1,114,811

Renewal grant monies

Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant

Carol Hammer

Development of the Bilingual Assessment of Phonological Awareness

United States Department of Education

$ 345,151

Priscilla Wohlstetter

Developing an Accountability Model Aligned with the Common Core

United States Department of Education

$ 71,029

Supplement grant monies

Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant

Aaron Pallas

Center for Public Research Leadership

Columbia University

$ 28,144

Ruth Vinz

New Haven Magnet Schools

New Haven Public Schools

$ 24,300

Ruth Vinz

Pelham Public Schools

Pelham Public Schools

$ 5,250

Priscilla Wohlstetter

Survey Research Initiative

E3 Civic High School

 

 

$ 650

Honors and Awards

Randall E. Allsups book Remixing the Classroom (2016), published by Indiana University Press, has been featured in the August 2016 issue of the music journal Action, Criticism, and Theory in Music Education.

Peter Coleman received the 2017 International Association of Conflict Management (IACM) Best Conference Theoretical Paper Award for “Conflict Intelligence and Systemic Wisdom: Meta-competencies for Engaging Difference in a Complex, Dynamic World.”

Ansley Erickson’s book Making the Unequal Metropolis will receive the History of Education Society's Outstanding Book Award at the organization's conference in November 2017.

Kimberly Noble was designated Fellow by the Association for Psychological Science (APS).

Mariana Souto-Manning received the 2017-2018 Fulbright Specialist Grant for the University of Iceland.

Nick Wasserman is the recipient of the Best Paper Award ("Leveraging real analysis to foster pedagogical practices") at the Annual Conference on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education (RUME), held in San Diego, CA.

The Society of Counseling Psychology of the American Psychological Association has endowed a monetary award in honor of Derald Wing Sue, a leader and pioneer in multicultural psychology.  The "Derald Wing Sue Award for Distinguished Contributions to Multicultural Counseling" will be presented annually to an individual psychologist who has made career contributions to the advancement of science, practice, or training in the field of multicultural counseling.  The award will be given in perpetuity. 

Derald Wing Sue was awarded the inaugural Award for Distinguished Contributions to Multicultural Counseling at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association held August 2017.

Journal Articles

Allsup, Randall E. (2017). RE: Re/mixing the Remix. Action Criticism and Theory for Music Education, 16(1), 168-174.

Benson, Carol. (2017). Celebrating the rich resources represented by African multilingualism and multiculturalism in education: Discussant paper. Current Issues in Language Planning (special issue edited by Kamwangamalu, Nkoko, Medium of Instruction in Africa), 19, 1.

Benson, Carol & Wong, Kevin. (2017). Effectiveness of policy development and implementation of L1-based multilingual education in Cambodia. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 1-16. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13670050.2017.1313191

Taylor-Leech, Kerry & Benson, Carol. (2017). Language planning and development aid: The (in)visibility of language in development aid discourse. Current Issues in Language Planning (special issue edited by Taylor-Leech & Benson: Language planning and development aid), 18, 4.

Campbell, Corbin, M., Cabrera, A. F., Ostrow, J. & Patel, S. (2017). From comprehensive to singular: A latent class analysis of college teaching practices. Research in Higher Education58(6), 581-604.

Campbell, Corbin. M.  (2017). An inside view: The utility of quantitative observation in understanding college educational experiences.  Journal of College Student Development58(2), 290-299.

Coleman, Peter., Coon, D., Kim, R., Chung, C., Regan, B., Anderson. R., & Bass, B. (2017). Promoting constructive multicultural attractors: Fostering unity and fairness from diversity and conflict. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science53(2), 180-211. https://doi.org/10.1177/0021886317702133

Webb, C. E., Coleman, Peter. T., Rossignac-Milon, M., Tomasulo, S. J., & Higgins, E. T . (2017). Moving on or Digging Deeper: Regulatory Mode and Interpersonal Conflict Resolution. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.

Coleman, Peter. T., Kugler, K. G., and Chatman, L. (2017). Adaptive mediation: An evidence-based contingency approach to mediating conflict. International Journal of Conflict Management, 28(3), 383-406.

Drago-Severson, Ellie. (2016). Teaching, learning, and leading in today’s complex world: Reaching new heights with a developmental approach.  International Journal of Leadership in Education: Theory and Practice19, 56-86.

Drago-Severson, Ellie. (2016). Learning designs: Use a variety of practice to connect with all. Journal of Staff Development, 37, 38-42.

Maslin-Ostrowski, P., Drago-Severson, Ellie., Ferguson, J., Marsick, Victoria., & Hallett, M. (2017). Story circles for individual & collective transformative learning: A new international community engagement model. Journal of Transformative Education. doi: https://doi.org/10.1177/1541344617707840

Boone, P., Eble, Alex., Elbourne, D., Frost, C.,  Jayanty, C., Lakshminarayana, R., Mann, V., Mukherjee, R., Piaggio, G.,  Reddy, P. (2017). Community health promotion and medical provision for neonatal health CHAMPION cluster randomised trial in Nagarkurnool district, Telangana (formerly Andhra Pradesh), India. PLoS Medicine14(7). https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pmed.1002324

Davis, Bradley W., Gooden, Mark A., Bowers, Alex J. (2017). Pathways to the principalship: An event history analysis of the careers of teachers with administrator certification. American Educational Research Journal54(2), 207-240.

Hafeli, Mary., Castro, J.C., Marshall, J., & Grodoski, C . (2017). Cultivating research through digital ecosystems. Visual Arts Research (Special Issue - Born Digital: (Im)migrating to Digital Art Education Scholarship43(1), 1-7.

Han, ZhaoHong., Bao, G, & Wiita, P. (2017). Energy conservation: A theory of L2 ultimate attainment. International Review of Applied Linguistics (IRAL), 55(2), 133-164.

Han, ZhaoHong & Ekiert, M. (2017). Beyond focus on form: Giving learner meaning its proper place. Second Language Learning Research, 3(1), 427-447.

Jahromi, Laudan. B., Zeiders, K. H., Updegraff, K. A., Umaña-Taylor, A. J., & Bayless, S. D. (2017). Coparenting conflict and academic readiness in children of teen mothers: Effortful control as a mediator. Family Process. doi: 10.1111/famp.12290

Derlan, C. L., Umaña-Taylor, A. J., Jahromi, Laudan. B, & Updegraff, K. A.  (2017). Cultural socialization attitudes and behaviors: Examining mothers’ centrality, discrimination experiences, and children’s effortful control as moderators. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology. doi:10.1037/cdp0000072

Derlan, C. L., Umaña-Taylor, A. J., Toomey, R. B., Jahromi, Laudan. B, & Updegraff, K. A. . (2017). Measuring cultural socialization attitudes and behaviors of Mexican-origin mothers with young children: A longitudinal investigation. Family Relations. doi: 10.1111/fare.12196

Seay, D. M., Umaña-Taylor, A. J., Jahromi, Laudan. B., & Updegraff, K. A. (2017). A prospective study of adolescent mothers’ social competence, children's effortful control and compliance and children's subsequent developmental outcomes. Social Development. doi: 10.1111/sode.12238

Kuhn, Deanna., Arvidsson, T.S., Lesperance, R., & Corprew, R. (2017). Can engaging in science practices promote deep understanding of them?  Science Education, 101, 232-250.

Zavala, J., & Kuhn, Deanna. (2017). Solitary discourse is a productive activity. Psychological Science28(5), 578-586.

Hemberger, L., Kuhn, Deanna., Matos, F., & Shi, Y. (2017). A dialogic path to evidence-based argumentative writing. Journal of the Learning Sciences, 1-33. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10508406.2017.1336714

Modrek, A., & Kuhn, Deanna. (2017). A cognitive cost of the need to achieve? Cognitive Development. doi: 10.1016/j.cogdev.2017.08.003

Papathomas, L., & Kuhn, Deanna. (2017). Learning to argue via apprenticeship. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology,159, 129-159.

Literat, Ioana. (2017). Facilitating creative participation and collaboration in online spaces: The impact of social and technological factors in enabling sustainable engagement. Digital Creativity, 28(2), 73-88.

Literat, Ioana. (2017). The Power of a pony: Youth Literacies, Participatory Culture, and Active Meaning-Making. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 61(1), 113-116.

Li, Qinglan & Literat, Ioana. (2017). Misuse or misdesign? Yik Yak on college campuses and the moral dimensions of technology design. First Monday, 22(7).

Literat, Ioana & van den Berg, Sarah. (2017). Buy memes low, sell memes high: Vernacular criticism and collective negotiations of value on Reddit’s MemeEconomy. Information, Communication & Societyhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1369118X.2017.1366540

Feng, Yuyan & Literat, Ioana. (2017). Redefining Relations Between Creators and Audiences in the Digital Age: The Social Production and Consumption of Chinese Internet Literature. International Journal of Communication 11, 11, 2584-2604.

Morin, R. & Midlarsky, Elizabeth. (2017). Depressive symptoms and cognitive functioning among older adult cancer survivors. Aging and Mental Health, 1-6. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13607863.2017.1363868

Merz, E., Tottenham, N., and Noble,  Kimberly .G. (2017). Socioeconomic Status, Amygdala Volume, and Internalizing Symptoms in Children and Adolescents. Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology, 1-12. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15374416.2017.1326122

Souto-Manning, Mariana. & Winn, M. (2017). Where do we go from here? Foundational understandings as show ways for interrupting injustice and fostering justice in and through educational research. Review of Research in Education, 41, ix-xix.

Caraballo, L., & Souto-Manning, Mariana.  (2017). Co-constructing identities, literacies, and contexts: Sustaining critical meta-awareness with/in urban communities. Urban Education, 52(5), 555-560.

Souto-Manning, Mariana. (2017). Generative text sets: Tools for negotiating critically inclusive teacher education pedagogical practices. Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education38(1), 260-281.

Souto-Manning, Mariana. (2017). Is play a privilege or a right? And what’s our responsibility? On the role of play for equity in early childhood education.  Early Child Development and Care187(5-6), 785-787.

Souto-Manning, Mariana, & Martell, J. (2017). Committing to culturally relevant literacy teaching as an everyday practice: It’s critical! Language Arts94(4), 252-256.

Wang, Ye., Hartman, M., Abdul Aziz, N., Arora, S., Shi, L., & Tunison, E. (2017). A systematic review on the use of LENA technology. American Annals of the Deaf162(3), 295-311.

Guan, C., & Wang, Ye.  (2017). The effect of handwriting training on language learning among deaf children and their matched hearing peers in China. American Annals of the Deaf162(3), 265-276.

Wang, Ye., Hartman, M., Jahromi, Laudan., & Tversky, Barbara. (2017). Better story recall by deaf children with unimodal communication. Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities, 29(5), 699-720.

Rosen, R., Hartman, M., & Wang, Ye. (2017). Thinking-for-writing: A prolegomenon on writing signed language. American Annals of the Deaf161(5), 528-536.

Wang, Ye., Paul, P., Falk, J., Jahromi, Laudan., Ahn, S. (2017). Predictors of English reading comprehension for children who are d/Deaf or hard of hearing. Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities29(1), 35-54.

Wasserman, Nicholas., Fukawa-Connelly, T., Villanueva, M., Mejia-Ramos, J. P., and Weber, K. (2017). Making real analysis relevant to secondary teachers: Building up from and stepping down to practice. PRIMUS, 27(6), 559-578.

Wasserman, Nicholas. (2017). Making sense of abstract algebra: Exploring secondary teachers' understanding of inverse functions in relation to its group structure. Mathematical Thinking and Learning19(3), 181-201.

Stockton, J., and Wasserman, Nicholas. (2017). Forms of knowledge of advanced mathematics for teaching. The Mathematics Enthusiast14(1), 575-606.

Wing Sue, Derald. (2017). The challenge of becoming a white ally. The Counseling Psychologist, 45, 706-716.

Books and Book Chapters

Benson, Carol (2017). Multilingual education for all: Applying an integrated multilingual curriculum model to low-income contexts. In H. Coleman (Ed.), Multilingualisms and Development (pp. 101-113). London: British Council.

Fisher, J. & Coleman, Peter. T.  (2017). The fractal nature of intractable conflict: Implications for sustainable transformation.  In L. Kriesberg & C. Gerard (Ed.), Transforming Intractable Conflict. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press.

Coleman, Peter. T., & Ricigliano, R.  (2017). Getting in Sync: What to do when problem solving fails to fix the problem. In A. Schneider & C. Honeyman (Ed.), The Negotiator's Desk Reference. Chicago, IL: American Bar Association Publishers

Coleman, Peter. T., Redding, N., & Fisher, J. (2017). Understanding intractable conflict. In A. Schneider & C. Honeyman (Ed.), The Negotiator's Desk Reference. Chicago, IL: American Bar Association Publishers.

Friedrich, Daniel., & Colmenares, E. (Eds.). (2017). Resonances of El Chavo del Ocho in Latin American childhood, schooling, and societies. London: Bloomsbury Academic.

Jahromi, Laudan (2017). Self-regulation in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder:  An interdisciplinary perspective on emotion regulation, executive function, and effortful control. In D. Fidler & R. Hodapp (Ed.), International Review of Research in DevelopmentalDisabilities (Vol 53). Oxford: Elsevier.

Levin, Henry., McEwan, P., Belfield, C., Bowden, B. & Shand, R. (2017). Economic evaluation in education: Cost-effectiveness and benefit-cost analysis, (3rd ed.).  Los Angeles, CA: SAGE.

Midlarsky, Elizabeth., & Rosenzweig, C. (2017). Evolutionary sex differences. In Kevin L. Nadal (Ed.), The Sage encyclopedia of psychology and gender. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

Rosenzweig, C., & Midlarsky, Elizabeth. (2017). Self-fulfilling prophecy and gender. In K. L. Nadal (Ed.), The Sage encyclopedia of psychology and gender. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Midlarsky, Elizabeth., & Morin, R. (2017). Body image and aging. In K. L. Nadal (Ed.), The Sage encyclopedia of psychology and gender. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Midlarsky, Elizabeth., & Segal-Graber, L. (2017). Menopause. In K. L. Nadal (Ed.), The Sage encyclopedia of psychology and gender. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Szabla, D., PasmoreWilliam., Barnes, M. & A. Gipson (2017). Palgrave handbook of organizational change thinkers. New York, NY: Palgrave.

Souto-Manning, Mariana.  (2017). Why are critical perspectives and ecological approaches needed in early childhood teacher education?  In A. C. Iddings (Ed.), Re-designing teacher education for culturally and linguistically diverse young students: Engaging a critical-ecological approach (pp. 13-32). New York, NY: Routledge.

Choo, S., & Vinz, Ruth. (2017).  Literature as restless cartography:  Pedagogies for cosmopolitan ethical explorations.  In A. Goodwyn., C. Durrant & L. Reid (Eds.), International perspectives on the teaching of literature in schools: Global principles and practices (pp. 4-30). United Kingdom: Routledge.

Trezek, B. & Wang, Ye.  (2017). Evaluating evidence based practices in reading intervention for deaf students. In S. Cawthon & C. Garberoglio (Ed.), Research in Deaf Education: Contexts, Challenges, Considerations (pp. 277-308). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Paul, P. & Wang, Ye.  (2017). Publishing in the field. In S. Cawthon & C. Garberoglio (Ed.), Research in Deaf Education: Contexts, Challenges, Considerations (pp. 341-360). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Waring, Hansun Zhang. (2017). Conversation analytic approaches to language education. In K. A. King., Y-J Lai., & S. May (Ed.), Research methods. Encyclopedia of language education (3rd edition) (pp. 463-474). New York: Springer.

Waring, Hansun Zhang. (2018). Discourse analysis: The questions discourse analysts ask and how they answer them. New York: Routledge.

 

Public Communications:

Amra Sabic-El-Rayess: "America's Familial Tribalism: Will it Impact Education Internationally?" Article will be published by Columbia Law School's Center for the Advancement of Public Integrity in September. The article probes the concussive effects of Mr. Trump's new governing style.

Peter Coleman: A series of blog posts on Huffington Post (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/author/coleman-868 ), Psychology Today(https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-five-percent ), and Mediate.com (https://www.mediate.com/articles/ColemanDeutch10.cfm ).

Corbin Campbell: Campbell, C.M., Mata, C., Galloway, F. (2017).  Meeting Today's Higher Education Goals via the National Postsecondary Sample Surveys.  A paper commissioned by the National Postsecondary Education Cooperative, National Center for Education Statistics, Washington, DC.

Kimberly Noble: Highlighted by the American Psychological Association "thank a scientist" campaign, September 18-22, 2017. 

 

Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts:

New grant monies

Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant


Thomas Bailey


Student Success Center


Jobs for the Future, Inc.


$ 429,482

 

Thomas Bailey

 

Adapting Lesson Study for Developmental Mathematics Instruction

 

United States Department of Education

 

$ 348,612

Thomas Bailey

California Guided Pathways

Foundation for California Community Colleges

$ 400,000

Jeanne Brooks-Gunn

Building Bridges and Bonds Video Coding

MDRC

$ 131,715

A. Lin Goodwin

Teacher Opportunity Corps 2016

State of New York Department of Education

$ 130,000

 

Jeffrey Henig

 

Paths Forward for California Schools


Stanford University

 

$ 8,000


Nathan Holbert


Formative Assessments for Computer Science in NYC


National Science Foundation


$ 1,401,950

Henry Levin

Minnesota Reading Corporation Evaluation

Minnesota Reading Corporation

$ 85,000

Ellen Meier

Bulgaria Young Leaders Program

America for Bulgaria Foundation

$ 705,728

Mary Mendenhall

Strengthening Teacher Professional Development for Refugee and Local Learners

UNICEF

$ 238,516


Kimberly Noble


Socioeconomic Inequalities and Children's Brain Development


Russell Sage Foundation


$ 150,000


Elizabeth Tipton


Reproduceability of Mindset Effects


Northwestern University


$ 16,188


Elizabeth Tipton


A User-Friendly Tool for Designing  Cluster Randomized Trials with Power and Relevance

United States Department of Education

 

 

 

 

 

Renewal grant monies

 

Project Director


Project Title


Grantor


Grant

Charles Basch

Drug Abuse Research

New York University

$ 46,862

Joseph Ciccolo

Exploring Effects of Strength Training on Depressive Symptoms and Cardiovascular Risk in Black Men

National Institutes of Health

$ 212,711

Maria Paula Ghiso

Higher Order Reading Skills

Union Settlement Association

$ 122,372

Ellen Meier

Meaningful Integration of Technology

Council of the City of New York

$ 250,000

Mariana Souto-Manning

High Quality, Culturally-Relevant Universal Pre-K Practices Across Communities

Research Foundation of City University of New York

$ 75,000

Ruth Vinz

Secondary Literacy Institute

City of New York Department of Education

$ 1,203,902

Supplement grant monies

 

Project Director


Project Title


Grantor


Grant

Herbert Ginsburg

Early Math

Columbia University

$ 212,138

 

2016-2017 Faculty News & Notes

Faculty News & Notes

March 2017

Honors and Awards

Randall E. Allsup was keynote speaker for the New Directions in Music Education conference at Michigan State University, February 16-18, 2017. His presentation was titled "If, Ands, and Buts: A Polyphonic Vision of Qualitative Research in Music Education.

Ernest Morrell was awarded as a 2017 Honoree of the Divergent Award for Excellence in 21st Century Literacies.

Kimberly Noble received the Janet Taylor Spence Award for Transformational Early Career Contributions, Association for Psychological Science.

Beth Tipton will receive the 2017 Early Career Award from the Society for Research Synthesis Methodology.

Journal Articles

Li, Na., & Black, John.  (2016). Inter-Level scaffolding and sequences of representational activities in teaching a chemical system with graphical simulations.  Journal of Science Education and Technology, 25, 715-730.

Bowers, Alex. J., Blitz, M., Modeste, M., Salisbury, J., & Halverson, R. (2017). How leaders agree with teachers in schools on measures of leadership practice: A two-level latent class analysis of the comprehensive assessment of leadership for learning. Teachers College Record, 119(4), http://www.tcrecord.org/Content.asp?ContentId=21677

Mendenhall, Mary., Bartlett, L., & Ghaffar-Kucher, A. (2016). “If you need help, they are always there for us”: Education for refugees in an international high school in NYC. Urban Review, doi 10.1007/s11256-016-0379-4

Simmons, J., Rajan, Sonali., Elliot, L., & Goldsamt, L. (2017). Implementation of online opioid overdose prevention, recognition, and response trainings for professional first responders: Year 1 results.  Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 169, 42739.

Books and Book Chapters

Cortina, Regina. (2017). How to Improve quality education for indigenous children in Latin America. In R. Cortina (Ed.), Indigenous education policy, equity, and intercultural understanding in Latin America. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.

Levin, Henry. M.  (2017). The economic payoff to investing in educational justice. In P. Siljander, K. Kontio & E. Pikkarainen (Eds.), Education in Transition (161-190). Boston: Sense Publishers.

Levin, Henry. (2017). Urbildningsekonomi (Economics of Education) in Swedish. In A. Klapp., S. Abrams., & H. Levin (Eds.), Utbildningsekonomi Om Larandets Varde, (19-52). Natur & Kultur: Stockholm.

Levin, Henry. M. (2017). Empirical puzzles on effective teachers: U.S. research. In M. Rosen, K.Y.  Hansen, & U. Wolff (Eds.), Cognitive abilities and educational outcomes (pp. 189-204). Cham, Switzerland: Springer.

Mendenhall, Mary., & Tangelder, M. (2017). Faculty development for education in emergencies: A university-NGO partnership in Kenya. In C. Smith & K. Hudson (Eds.), Faculty development in developing and fragile contexts: Theory and practice for improving the quality of teaching in higher education, (pp. 41-63). New York, NY: Routledge.

Merz, E.C., & Noble, Kimberly. G. (2017). Neural development in context: Differences in neural structure and function associated with adverse childhood experiences. In E. Votruba-Drzal & E. Dearing (Eds.) Handbook of early childhood development programs, practices and policies (pp. 135-160). New Jersey: Wiley.

Ford, D., Lawson-Davis, J., Trotman-Fraizer, M., & Sealey-Ruiz, Yolanda.  (2017). Gumbo for the Soul: Liberating memoirs and stories to inspire females of color.  New York, NY: Information Age Publishing.


Waring, Hansun Zhang. (2017). Conversation. In A. Barron & G. Steen (Eds.), Routledge handbook of pragmatics, (pp. 357-370). London: Routledge.

Public Communication

Randall E. Allsup was interviewed in the article "Creating an LGBTQ-Friendly Music Program" for the practitioner journal Teaching Music, January 2017.

Lena, Jennifer. (2017, January 9). Artifacts and allegiances: How museums put the nation and the world on display. [Review of the book Artifacts and Allegiances: How Museums Put the Nation and the World on Display, by P. Levitt]. Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews, 46(1), 98-99.

Levin, Henry. M. (2016, November 29). PISA 2015 won't provide the answers to educational excellent.  US News and World Report. Retrieved from https://www.usnews.com/news/best-countries/articles/2016-11-30/pisa-2015-wont-provide-the-answers-to-educational-excellence

Kimberly Noble was a Charlie Rose Show panelist on February 10, 2017.

 

 

 

 

Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts:

New grant monies

Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant


Thomas Bailey


Mathematics Pathways to Completion


University Texas at Austin


$ 150,000

 

Thomas Bailey

 

Multiple Measures Assessment Evaluation

 

MDRC

 

$ 302,200

Judith Burton

SL-CN: Harnessing the Power of Drawing for the Enhancement of Learning Across Levels of Vision Function

Smith-Kettlewell

$ 23,249

Sharon Lynn Kagan

Advancing Early Childhood Policy in American Institutions of Higher Education: Networking Meeting Prospectus

Buffett Early Childhood Fund

$ 45,000

 

Mary Mendenhall

 

Fund for Knowledge

Comparative International Education Society

 

$ 2,000


Lori Quinn


Feasibility and Accessibility of Implementing a Clinic-based Physical Activity Coaching Intervention in People with Pre-manifest and Early Stage Huntington's Disease

 


Huntington Study Group


$ 10,000


Helena Verdeli


Kolkata Global Mental Health Lab


EmancipAction


$ 102,710

 

 

 

Supplement grant monies

 

Project Director


Project Title


Grantor


Grant

Riddhi Sandil

College Advising for High Achieving Low Income Students

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation

$ 8,234

 

Faculty News & Notes

February 2017

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Faculty Awards and Honors:

William Gaudelli was named a Rutgers University 250th Commemoration Fellow for his work in global citizenship education.

ZhaoHong Han gave the keynote address at the China’s Fifth Conference on ESP (English for Specific Purposes) in Kunming, China. The keynote was entitled: What kind of proficiency should be sought after in ESP education and how.

Jennifer Lena was appointed Editor-In-Chief, Poetics: Journal of Empirical Research on Culture, Media, and the Arts https://www.journals.elsevier.com/poetics

Henry Levin debated the issue of school choice with Chester Finn before the William F. Buckley Program's "Firing Line" at Yale University on 3 November 2016.  Finn took the Pro stance, and Levin embraced the Con position on universal school choice.

Anna Neumann has been appointed to the Advisory Group for the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation’s inaugural research initiative on the value and effectiveness of a liberal arts education, under the new Mellon Research Forum for investigating cross-sector problems in the humanities, arts, and higher education.

Kimberly Noble delivered a talk at Pediatric Grand Rounds event at the Children’s Hospital of Montefiore entitled: "Socioeconomic Inequality and Children's Neurocognitive Development.”

Kimberly Noble received the Janet Taylor Spence Award for Transformational Early Career Contributions, Association for Psychological Science.

James E. Purpura received a Federal Assistance Award as an English Language Specialist from the Fulbright Hays Commission to travel to Costa Rica to work with the Publish Affairs Section of the US Embassy and the National English Language Advisors at the Ministry of Public Education to further develop short, mid and long term plans for designing and implementing English Language Learning-Oriented Assessments.

James E. Purpura was offered a 2016-2017 Fulbright Fellowship in Teaching and Research. He will be spending the Spring 2017 semester at the University for Foreigners of Siena, Italy for teaching a course and doing cross-linguistic research on learning-oriented assessment using hypothetical scenarios.

Lori Quinn received a Training in Grantsmanship for Rehabilitation Research (TIGRR) award from NIH.

Sonali Rajan was invited to join the Editorial Board of Health Behavior and Policy Review.

Sonali Rajan was invited to join the Review Board of the American Journal of Health Behavior.

Susan Recchia received Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education 2015 Distinguished Article Preparing Early Childhood Professionals for Relationship-Based Work with Infants.

Elizabeth Tipton received the APA Division 5 Early Career Award.

 

Journal Articles

Brookhart, S.,  Guskey, T., Bowers, Alex. J.,  McMillan, J. Smith, L. Smith, J., Welsh, M. (2016).  A century of grading research: Meaning and value in the most common educational measure. Review of Educational Research, 86(4), 803-848.

Deming, D. J., Cohodes, Sarah, R., Jennings, J., &  Jencks, C. (2016). School accountability, postsecondary attainment and earnings. Review of Economics and Statistics, 58(5), 848-862.

Erickson, Ansley T. (2016). Desegregation's Architects: Education Parks and the Spatial Ideology of Schooling. History of Education Quarterly, 56(4), 560-589.

Steinberg, J., & Farber, Barry. A. (2016). Expectations of psychotherapy: Millenials versus baby-boomers. Psychotherapy Bulletin, 51, 7-11.

Suzuki, J. Y., & Farber, Barry. A. (2016). Towards greater specificity of the concept of positive regard. Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies, 15, 263-284.

Mullin, A., Hilsenroth, M., Gold, J., & Farber, Barry . (2016). Facets of object representation: Process and outcome over the course of psychodynamic psychotherapy.  Journal of Personality Assessment, doi.org/10.1080/00223891.2016.1215320

Mullin, A., Hilsenroth, M., Gold, J., & Farber, Barry. (2016). Changes in object relations over the course of psychodynamic psychotherapy. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, doi: 10.1002/cpp.2021

Blanchard, M., & Farber, Barry. A . (2016). Lying in psychotherapy: Why and what clients doesn’t tell their therapist about therapy and their relationship. Counseling Psychology Quarterly, 29, 90-112.

Farber, Barry. A., & Nitzburg, G.C. (2016). Young adult self-disclosures in psychotherapy and on Facebook. Counseling Psychology Quarterly, 29, 76-89.

Han, ZhaoHong. (2016). A "reimagined SLA" or an expanded SLA? A rejoinder to the Douglas Fir Group. The Modern Language Journal.

Han, ZhaoHong. (2016). Research meets practice: Holding off and holding on. Chinese as a Second Language: The Journal of the Chinese Language Teachers Association.

Holbert, Nathan. (2016) .The powerful ideas of making: Building beyond the curriculum. Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, 5(30).

Keller, Bryan., & Tipton, Elizabeth. (2016). Propensity score analysis in R: A software review. Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics, 41, 326–348.

Naraian, Srikala. (2016). Spatializing student learning to reimagine the "place" of inclusion. Teachers College Record, 118, 1-46.

Richards, T., Peverly, Stephen., Wolf, A., Abbott, R., Tanimoto, S., Thompson, R., Nagy, W. and Berninger, V.  (2016). Idea units in notes and summaries for read texts by keyboard and pencil in middle childhood students with specific learning disabilities:  Cognitive and brain findings.  Trends in Neuroscience and Education, 5, 146-155.

Thompson, R., Tanimoto, S., Abbott, R., Nielsen, K., Lyman, R. D., Geselowitz, K., Habermann, K., Mickail, T., Raskin, M., Peverly, Stephen., Nagy, W. & Berninger, V. (2016). Comparing transcription modes for students with and without specific learning disabilities: Stylus versus groovy pencils and hunt/peck versus touch typing. Assistive Technology.

Yeon, S., Lee, M. S., & Recchia, Susan. (2016). Primary caregiving as a framework for preparing early childhood pre-service students to understand and work with infants. Early Education and Development, 27(3), 336-351.

Lee, Y., & Recchia, Susan. (2016) Zooming in and out: Exploring teacher competencies in inclusive early childhood classrooms. Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 30(1), 1-14.

Lee Y., Park, H., & Recchia, Susan. (2016). Embracing each other and growing together: Redefining the meaning of caregiving a child with disabilities. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 24(12), 3662-3675.

Tipton, Elizabeth., Fellers, L., Caverly, S., Vaden-Kiernan, M., Borman, G., Sullivan, K., & Ruiz de Castilla, V.  (2016). Site selection in experiments: A follow-up evaluation of site recruitment in two scale-up studies. Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness, 9(sup1), 209-228.

Vasudevan, Lalitha & Rodriguez Kerr, K. (2016) .Making foster youths’ lives and everyday literacies visible through film.  Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, 60(3), 363-367.

Waring, Hansun Zhang., Box, C., & Creider, S., (2016). Problematizing vocabulary in the language classroom.  Journal of Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice, 10(1), 87-108.

Books and Book Chapters

Cortina, Regina. (Ed.). (2017).  Indigenous education policy, equity, and intercultural understanding in Latin America. New York, New York. Palgrave Macmillan.

Cortina, Regina. (2017). How to improve quality education for Indigenous children in Latin America. In R. Cortina (Ed.), Indigenous education policy, equity, and intercultural understanding in Latin America (pp. 3-25). New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.

Dougherty, Kevin., Jones, S., Lahr, H., Natow, R., Pheatt, L., & Reddy, V. (2016). Performance funding for higher education. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Mensah, Felicia. (2017). Identity drawing in elementary science teacher education. In P. Katz (Ed.). Drawing for science education: An international perspective.  Netherlands, Sense Publishers.

Purpura, James. (2017). Assessing meaning. In L. Or & E. Shohamy (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Language and Education, Vol. 7. Language Testing and Assessment New York, NY:  Springer Science and Business Media LLC.

Public Communication

Cohodes, Sarah., &  Dynarski, S. (2015, September, 15).  Massachusetts charter cap holds back disadvantaged students. Brookings Institution. Retrieved from https://www.brookings.edu/research/massachusetts-charter-cap-holds-back-disadvantaged-students/

Gaudelli, William. (2017, January 18). Coming together: Global search for education. HuffPost. Retrieved from  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/c-m-rubin/the-global-search-for-edu_b_14192900.html.

Henig, Jeffrey, Jacobsen, R., & Reckhow. (2016, November, 9).Are wealthy donors influencing the public school agenda? Conversation. Retrieved from https://theconversation.com/are-wealthy-donors-influencing-the-public-school-agenda-65869

Sabic-El-Rayess, Amra. (2017, January 15). Melania’s new shoes, or trouble afoot in the Balkans. Huffington Post. Retrieved from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/melanias-new-shoes-or-trouble-afoot-in-the-balkans_us_587bca42e4b077a19d180ec2

 

Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts:

New grant monies

Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant


Thomas Bailey


Developmental Ed Support Funds


Education Commission of the States


$ 60,000

 

Jeanne Brooks-Gunn

 

Subsidized Housing and Children's Outcomes: Evidence from Housing Lotteries

 

William T. Grant Foundation

 

$13,797

Oren Pizmony-Levy

Global Assessment, Local Use: How States Use Results from International Large-Scale Assessments of Education in Policy and Practice

Spencer Foundation

$ 49,249

Amy Stuart Wells

The Public Good

The Ford Foundation

$ 400,000

 

Renewal grant monies

 

Project Director


Project Title


Grantor


Grant

Thomas Bailey

CUNY Start Evaluation

MDRC

$198,364

Andrew Gordon

Neural Predictors of Hand Therapy Efficacy in Children with Cerebral Palsy

Winifred Masterson Burke

$ 138,661

Ellen Meier

Alliance for Learning Environments in STEM

City College of New York

$ 20,000

Supplement grant monies

 

Project Director


Project Title


Grantor


Grant

John Allegrante

Sleep Health Education

New York University

$ 13,392

 

 

Faculty News & Notes

October 2016

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Faculty Awards and Honors:

Madhabi Chatterji will provide the keynote address titled, Contemporary methodologies for assessing student learning and evaluating the effectiveness of complex programs in higher education at the XIIth National Forum on Educational Evaluation to be held on October 28-29, 2016 at the Universidad Autonóma de San Luis Potosi, Mexico, sponsored by Centro Nacional De Evaluación Para La Educación Superior (CENEVAL)*, Mexico City.

Christopher Edmin was ranked 44th to the Root100. This is an annual list of the most influential African-Americans in the fields of business, science, politics, technology, social justice, sports and entertainment.

Carol Garber was appointed Associate Editor of Exercise and Sports Science Reviews.

Henry Levin has been appointed to the Council of Distinguished Scientists of The National Commission on Social Emotional, and Academic Development, a multi-year initiative of the Aspen Institute to build on the powerful evidence shown by the integration of social and emotional development with academic learning.

Elissa Perry,along with third-year TC doctoral student, Dave Mendelsohn, won the Best Student Paper Award in the Gender and Diversity Division at the Academy of Management Annual Conference in Anaheim, CA this past August.

Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz appeared in Director Spike Lee's documentary "2 Fists Up: We Gon Be Alright" and hosted with an alum a screening of the documentary in Cowin auditorium.

Lyle Yorks was named Distinguished Principal Research Fellow by The Conference Board.

 

Journal Articles

Dutt, K., Pfaff, D., Bernstein, A., Dillard, J. & Block, Caryn. J.  (2016). Gender differences in letters of recommendations for postdoctoral fellowships in geoscience. Nature Geoscience, doi: 10.1038/ngeo2819

Katz-Navon, T., Unger-Aviram, E., & Block, Caryn. J. (2016).  Examining the cross-level influence of dispositional and team goal orientations on employee self-regulation and performance in a complex task environment. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, doi: 10.1177/0021886316665460

Chatterji, Madhabi. (2016). Causal inferences on the effectiveness of complex social programs:

Navigating assumptions, sources of complexity and evaluation design challenges.  Evaluation and Program Planning, 56(6) 128–140.

 

Chatterji, Madhabi., Tripken, J., Johnson, S., Koh, N., Sabain, S., Allegrante, J.P. & Kufafka, R. (2016). Development and validation of a health information technology curriculum:  Towards meaningful use of electronic health records. Pedagogy in Health Promotion, 2(4), 1-13.

 

Lerner, I., Lupkin, S. M., Corter, James. E., Peters, S. E., Cannella, L. A. & Gluck, M. A. (2016). Emotional reactivity and category learning are affected by sleep in a trait- (but not state-) dependent manner.  Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 134(B), 275–286.

 

Xing, C., Corter, James. C., & Zahner, D. (2016). Diagrams affect choice of strategy in probability problem solving. In M. Jamnik, Y. Uesaka & S. E. Schwartz (Eds.), Diagrammatic representation and inference (Volume 9781 of Lecture notes in computer science., pp. 3-16). New York: Springer.

 

Emdin, Christopher, Adjapong, E., Levy, I. (2016).  Hip-hop based interventions as pedagogy/therapy in STEM: A model from urban science education. Journal for Multicultural Education 10(3), 307-321.

Russell, Susan Garnett. (2016). Global gender discourses in education: Evidence from post-genocide Rwanda. Comparative Education, 52(3), 1-24.

Russell, Susan Garnett, & Quaynor, L. (2016).  Constructing citizenship in post-conflict contexts: The cases of Liberia and Rwanda. Globalisation, Societies, and Education, 14(3), 1-23.

Piccolo, L., Merz, E.C., Brito, N.H., He, X., Sowell, E.R., & Noble, Kimberly G. (2016).  Age-related changes in cortical thickness vary by socioeconomic status. PLOS One 11(9) e0162511.

Mendelsohn, D., & Perry, Eliss. L. (2016).  Faculty gender diversity and university performance: The role of diversity climate. Proceedings of the 2016 Academy of Management Meeting, Annaheim, CA.

Perry, Elissa L., Golom, F., & Catenacci, L., Ingraham, M.E., Covais, E.M., & Molina, J.J.(2016).  Talkin’ ‘bout your generation: The impact of applicant age and generation on hiring-related perceptions and outcomes. Work, Aging, and Retirement, 1-14. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/workar/waw029

Aronson, I., Cleland, C., Perlman, D., Rajan, Sonali, Sun, W., & Bania, T.(2016).  Feasibility of a computer-based intervention addressing barriers to HIV testing among young patients who decline tests at triage. Journal of Health Communication, 21(9), 1039-1045.

Haddix, M. & Sealey-Ruiz, Yolanda. (Eds.) (2016, July). Black girls’ literacies. English Education, 48(4).

Sealey-Ruiz, Yolanda & Haddix, M. (2016).  Education as if black lives mattered. Special Edition of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Division B Newsletter.

Sealey-Ruiz, Yolanda. (2016, July). Why black girls’ literacies matter: New literacies for a new era. English Education. 48(4), 290-298.

Tversky, Barbara, Gao, J., Corter, James, Tanaka, Y. & Nickerson, J. V. (2016).  People, place, and time: Inferences from diagrams. In M. Jamnik, Y. Uesaka & S. E. Schwartz (Eds.), Diagrammatic representation and inference (Volume 9781 of Lecture notes in computer science., pp. 258-264). New York: Springer.


Parks, C., Wallace, Barbara C., Emdin, Christopher, Levy, I.P. (2016).  An examination of gendered violence and school push-out directed against urban black Girls/adolescents: Illustrative data, cases and a call to action.  Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy 15(3), 210-219.

Book

Choo, S., Sawch, D., Viillanueva, Vinz, Ruth. (Eds.). (2016). Educating for the 21st century: Perspectives, policies and practices from around the world. Hong Kong: Springer Asia Limited.

Public Communication

John Allegrante was invited to be one of the featured conference speakers at the InterAcademy Partnership for Health 2016 High-Level Forum on Promoting Health, September 27-28, in Beijing, China, sponsored by the Chinese Academy of Engineering, the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, and the Peking Union Medical College.

Carol Benson's commissioned background paper on language of instruction has been published on the website of UNESCO's first Global Education Monitoring Report. Reference:  Benson, C. (2016) Addressing language of instruction issues in education: Recommendations for documenting progress. Background paper commissioned by UNESCO for the Global Education Monitoring Report 2016. Paris: UNESCO. http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0024/002455/245575E.pdf

Chris Emdin participated in Wisconsin Public Radio (NPR): Will More Black Male Teachers Help Black Boys Better Succeed in School?

Chris Emdin was seen on: CTV News (Canada) Hip hop meets Einstein: Students learn science through rap battles - http://www.ctvnews.ca/lifestyle/hip-hop-meets-einstein-students-learn-science-through-rap-battles-1.3076974

Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts:

New grant monies

Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant


Thomas Bailey


Implementing Transfer Playbook


Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation


$ 266,000

 

Thomas Bailey

 

Knowledge Development for Scaling Guided Pathways Reforms in Ohio

 

Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation

 

$1,500,000

Charles Basch

Drug Abuse and Addiction Research Programs

New York University

$ 46,862

George Bonanno

Duke University Collaborative Research

Duke University

$ 15,000

 

Thomas Corcoran

 

Evaluation of Thailand's Premium Teacher Education Program

Institute for the Promotion of Teaching Science and Technology

 

$ 355,361


Carol Garber

 


Health Policy Research Scholars Cohort One


Robert Wood Johnson Foundation


$ 30,000

 

Mary Hafeli

 

To Support a Secondary Analysis of School and Student Data from the Champions of Change Study, Learning In and Throughout the Arts

 

 

National Endowment for the Arts

 

$ 46,209

 

Carol Hammer

 

Parents Plus: Language Coach

 

Lehigh University

 

$ 94,045

 

Thomas Hatch

 

 

 

Improve or Innovate? The Possibilities and Challenges for Educational Transformation Across Contexts

 

Spencer Foundation

 

$ 49,999

 

Nathan Holbert

Collaborative Research: RAPID: CS-NYCE: An Ecological Approach to Understanding the Rollout of Student Centered Computer Science Education in New York City

 

National Science Foundation

 

$ 67,072


Mariana Souto-Manning


High Quality Culturally-relevant Universal Pre-K Practices Across Communities


City College of New York


$ 75,000

 

Renewal grant monies

 

Project Director


Project Title


Grantor


Grant

Thomas Bailey

National Research and Development Center on Developmental Education Assessment and Instruction

United States Department of Education

$1,898,154

Henry Levin

Methods Training for Research Using Cost-Effectiveness and Cost-Benefit Analysis

United States Department of Education

$ 348,142

James Purpura

ETS Doctoral Internship in Language Assessment

Educational Testing Services

$ 28,300

Supplement grant monies

 

Project Director


Project Title


Grantor


Grant

Catherine Crowley

Eastern Suffolk Schools

Wyncote Foundation

$ 10,000

 

Catherine Crowley

 

Smile Train Cleft Project

 

Smile Train Inc.

 

$ 7,000

 

Pamela Koch

 

 

Evaluating FoodCorps' Impact on Children's Consumption during School Meals

FoodCorps

$ 24,454

Barbara Tversky

CHS: Medium: Collaborative Research: Augmented Reality for Multiple People, Perspectives, Platforms and Tasks

National Science Foundation

$ 149,559

Priscilla Wohlstetter

Survey Research Initiative

Voices College- Bound Language Academies

$ 422

 

 

Faculty News & Notes

September 2016

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Faculty Awards & Honors:

 

John Allegrante will be presented with the 2017 Elizabeth Fries Health Education Award at the 68th annual meeting of the Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE) conference.

 

Randall E. Allsup was the keynote speaker of the Third Symposium on LGBT Studies and Music Education at the University of Illinois, May 21, 2016. His presentation was titled “Fractured (fairy) Tales: In Search of Transformational Spaces in Music Education.”

 

Christopher Emdin has been appointed a Visiting Scholar at the Graduate School of Education, University of Pennsylvania in their Center for the Study of Race and Equity in Education for 2016/2017.

 

Christopher Emdin has been invited to participate in the Congressional Black Caucus panel by the White House Initiative for African American Education. “Producing STEM STARS: Supporting Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Success among African American Students. (September 2016)

 

Christopher Emdin has been invited to participate in the Congressional Black Caucus panel by Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson. Congressional Black Caucus’ Annual Legislative Conference (ALC) “Mars 2033: The Future of Space Exploration.”

 

Ansley Erickson will receive the 2016 History of Education (HES) Society Prize for the best article in the field published during the past two years at the HES annual conference in November.

 

Henry Levin gave the keynote address this past June at the Spanish Economics of Education Society in Badajoz, Spain, titled “Benefit-Cost Analysis of Social and Emotional Learning.”

 

Felicia Moore Mensah will receive the 2017 Outstanding Science Teacher Educator of the Year Award from the Association of Science Teacher Education.

 

Lori Quinn was the plenary speaker at the American Physical Therapy Association IV STEP meeting this past July at Ohio State University.

 

Ann Rivet has been appointed for a two-year position as a Program Officer in the Division for Research on Learning in Formal and Informal Settings at the National Science Foundation, starting in September 2016.

 

Gita Steiner-Khamsi, in her association with ICREST (the international branch of TC’s National Center for Restructuring Education, Schools and Teachers), along with her graduate students who participated in the project, received an award from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) for the “Most Successful Development Project” for their ADB-funded project on "Education for the Poor” with their national partner in Mongolia, the Mongolian Education Alliance.

 

Priscilla Wohlstetter was elected in spring 2016 to a 3-year term as president of the Charters & School Choice Special Interest Group (SIG) of the American Educational Research Association.

 

 

 

Faculty Publications of Books and Refereed Journal Articles:

 

Allsup, Randall E. (2016). Remixing the classroomToward an open philosophy of music           education. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Shieh, E., & Allsup, Randall E. (2016). Fostering musical independence. Music Educators Journal, 102(4), 30-35.

Boyce, J., Bowers, Alex J. (2016). Principal turnover: Are there different types of principals who move from or leave their schools? A latent class analysis of the 2007-08 schools and staffing survey and the 2008-09 principal follow-up survey. Leadership and Policy in Schools, 15(3), 237-272. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15700763.2015.1047033

Wang, Y., Bowers, Alex J. (2016). Mapping the field of educational administration research: A journal citation network analysis of the discipline. Journal of Educational Administration, 54(3), 242-269. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/JEA-02-2015-0013

Jackson, M., & Buckner, Elizabeth. (2016). Opportunity without equity: Educational inequality and constitutional protections in Egypt. Sociological Science 3, 730-756.

Buckner, Elizabeth, & Hodges, R. (2016). Cheating or cheated? Surviving secondary exit exams in a neoliberal era. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 46(4), 603-623.

Buckner, Elizabeth, Chedda, S., & Kindreich, J. (2016). Teacher professional development in the UAE: What do teachers really want? Policy Paper 16. Ras Al-Khaimah, UAE: Al Qasimi Foundation. Retrieved from http://www.alqasimifoundation.com/en/publication/59/teacher-professional-development-in-the-uae-what-do-teachers-actually-want

Cohodes, Sarah R., Grossman, D.S., Kleiner, S.A., &. Lovenheim, M.F. (2016). The effect of child health insurance access on schooling: Evidence from public insurance expansions. Journal of Human Resources, 51(3), 556-588.

Chabrier, J., Cohodes, Sarah R. & Oreopoulos. P. (2016). What can we learn from charter school lotteries? Journal of Economic Perspectives, 30(3), 57-84.

Custodero, Lori A., Cali, C., and Diaz-Donoso, A.  (2016). Tunes and rhythms as transitional objects: Children's spontaneous musical behaviors on the subway. Research Studies in Music Education, 38(1), 55-74.

Dougherty, Kevin J., Jones, S., Lahr, H., Natow, R. S., Pheatt, L., &  Reddy, V. (2016, April). Looking inside the black box of performance funding for Higher Education:  Policy instruments, outcomes, obstacles, and unintended impacts. Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences, 2(3), 147-173. 

Dougherty, Kevin J., & Henig, Jeffrey R. (2016).  Governance as a source of sector convergence in a changing sociopolitical landscape. In Christopher P. Loss & Patrick McGuinn (Eds.), Convergence: U.S. education policy fifty years after the ESEA and the HEA of 1965 (pp. 21-41). Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press.

 

Edmonds, Lisa A. (2016). A review of Verb Network Strengthening Treatment: Theory, methods, results and clinical implications. Topics in Language Disorders, 36(2), 123- 135.

Hung, J., Edmonds, Lisa A., Reilly, J. (2016). Words speak louder than pictures for action concepts: An eyetracking investigation of the picture superiority effect in semantic categorization. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/23273798.2016.1198818

Kamil-Rosenberg, S., & Garber, Carol E. (2016). Cardiac conditioning for healthy individuals: Primary prevention of heart disease. Current Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Reports. 1-10. doi: 10.1007/s40141-016-0130-9

 

Rossi, A., Garber, Carol E, Ortiz, M., Shankar, V., Goldberg, G.L., Nevadunsky, N.S. (2016). Feasibility of a physical activity intervention for obese, socioculturally diverse endometrial cancer survivors. Gynecol Oncol. 142(2), 304-10. doi: 10.1016/j.ygyno.2016.05.034

Young, S.D., Montes, J., Kramer, S.S., Marra, J., Salazar. R., Cruz, R., Chiriboga, C.A., Garber, Carol E., De Vivo, D.C. (2016). Six-minute walk test is reliable and valid in spinal muscular atrophy. Muscle Nerve. doi: 10.1002/mus.25120

Gephart, Martha A., & Marsick, Victoria J. (2016). Strategic organizational learning: Using system dynamics for innovation and sustained performance. New York: Springer Publishing Company.

Lee, T., Marneweck, M., Santello, M., Gordon, Andrew. (2016). Visual cues of object properties differentially affect anticipatory planning of digit forces and placement. PLOS One11(4), e0154033. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0154033

Kuo, H-C., Gordon, Andrew M., Henrionnet, A., Hautfenne, S., Friel, K., & Bleyenheuft, Y. (2016). The effects of intensive bimanual training with and without tactile training on tactile function in children with unilateral spastic cerebral palsy. Research Developmental Disabilities, 49-50,129-139. doi: 10.1016/j.ridd.2015.11.024

 

Hammer, Carol S., & Sawyer, B. (2016).  Development of a culturally responsive book reading intervention for Latina mothers and their head start children. National Head Start Association Dialog, 18(4), 123-128. 

 

Hammer, Carol S., & Sawyer, B. (2016).  Effects of a culturally responsive interactive book-reading intervention on the language abilities of preschool dual language learners: A pilot study.  National Head Start Association Dialog18(4)59-79. 

Morgan, P., Hammer, Carol S., Farkas, G., Hillemeier, M., Maczuga, S., Cook, M., & Morano, S. (2016).  Who receives speech/language services by five years of age in the U.S.? American Journal of Speech Language Pathology, 25,183-199.

Lewis, K., Hammer, Carol S., Sandilos, L., Sawyer, B. & Mendez, L. (2016).  Relations among the home language and literacy environment and children's language abilities: A study of head start dual language learners and their mothers. Early Education and Development, 27, 478-494.

Hatch, Thomas, Hill, K., & Roegman, R. (2016). Investigating the role of instructional rounds in the development of social networks and district-wide improvement. American Educational Research Journal53(4), 1022-1053.


Jahromi, Laudan B.
, Umaña-Taylor, A. J., Updegraff, K. A., Zeiders, K. H. (2016).   Trajectories of developmental functioning among children of adolescent mothers: Factors associated with risk for delay.  American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disability, 121, 343-363.

Seay, D., Jahromi, Laudan B., Umaña-Taylor, A. J., & Updegraff, K. A. (2016).   Intergenerational transmission of maladaptive parenting strategies in families of adolescent mothers: Effects from grandmothers to young children. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 44, 1097-1109.

Zeiders, K. H., Umaña-Taylor, A. J., Jahromi, Laudan B., & Updegraff, K. A. (2016). Grandmothers’ familism values, adolescent mothers’ parenting efficacy, and children’s social competence. Journal of Family Psychology, 29, 624-634.

Derlan, C. L., Umaña-Taylor, A. J., Updegraff, K. A., & Jahromi, Laudan B. (2016). Mothers’ characteristics as predictors of adolescents’ ethnic identity: An examination of Mexican-origin teen mothers.  Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 22, 453-459.

Bravo, D.Y., Umaña-Taylor, A.J., Toomey, R.B., Updegraff, K.A., & Jahromi, Laudan B. (2016). Risky behaviors and educational attainment among young Mexican-origin mothers: The role of acculturative stress and the educational aspiration-expectation gap. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 52, 13-26.

Bravo, D.Y., Umaña-Taylor, A. J., Zeiders, K.H., Updegraff, K.A., & Jahromi, Laudan B. (2016). Incongruent teen pregnancy attitudes, coparenting conflict, and support among Mexican-origin adolescent mothers. Journal of Marriage and Family, 78, 531-545.

Bravo, D., Toomey, R. B., Umaña-Taylor, A. J., Updegraff, K. A., & Jahromi, Laudan B. (2015). Growth trajectories of Mexican-origin adolescent mothers’ educational expectations.  International Journal of Behavioral Development, 1-10.

Umaña-Taylor, A. J., Updegraff, K. A., Jahromi, Laudan. B & Zeiders, K. (2015). Trajectories of ethnic-racial identity and autonomy among Mexican-origin adolescent mothers in the U.S. Child Development, 86, 2034-2050.

Kuhn, Deanna
. (2016). Learning is the key 21st century skill. Learning: Research and Practice. doi.org/10.1080/23735082.2016.1205207

Levin, Henry. (2016). Cost-effectiveness analysis of effective reading programs: A demonstration with recommendations for future research. Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness, 9(1), 30-53.

Martínez-Roldán, Carmen M., & Quiñones, S.  (2016). Resisting erasure and developing networks of solidarity: Testimonios of two Puerto Rican scholars in the academy. Journal of Language, Identity, and Education, (15)3. 151-164. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15348458.2016.1166059

Martínez-Roldán, Carmen M. (2016). When entertainment trumps social concerns: The commodification of Mexican culture and language in Skippyjon Jones. In H. Johnson, J. Mathis, & K. Short (Eds.), Critical content analysis of children’s and young adult literature: Reframing perspectives (pp. 61-76). New York, NY: Routledge.

Rosa, K.,& Mensah, Felicia M. (2016). Educational pathways of Black women physicists: Stories of life.  Physical Review Physics Education Research, 12(1), 020113-020115.

 

Miller, Janet L. (2017).  Generous interrogations and affirmations:  Histories and               trajectories.  In M. A. Doll, (Ed.), The Reconceptualization of Curriculum Studies (pp. 103-110).  New York, NY:  Routledge.  

 

Naraian, Srikala, & Khoja-Moolji, S. (2016). Happy places, horrible times and scary learners: Affective performances and sticky objects in inclusive classrooms. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 1-17. doi/10.1080/09518398.2016.1201608

 

Naraian, Srikala.  (2016). “Real” reading:  Reconciling explicit instruction with inclusive pedagogy in a fourth grade classroom. Urban Education. doi: 10.1177/0042085916648742

 

Ursache, A., & Noble, Kimberly G. (2016) Socioeconomic status, white matter development, and executive function. Brain and Behavior. 1-13. e00531, doi: 1.1002/brb3.531

 

Melvin, S.A., Brito, N.H., Fifer, W.P., Elliott, A., Noble, Kimberly G.(2016). Home environment, but not socioeconomic status, is linked to differences in early phonetic perception ability. Infancy. doi: 10.1111/infa.12145

 

Brito, N.H., Fifer, W.P., Myers, M.M., Elliott, A.J., Noble, Kimberly G. (2016). Associations among family socioeconomic status, EEG power at birth, and cognitive skills during infancy. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience 19,144-151.

 

Fritz N., Hamana K., Kelson M., Rosser A., Busse M., Quinn, Lori. (2016). Motor-cognitive dual-task deficits in individuals with early-mid stage Huntington disease. Gait and Posture, 49, 283-289.

 

Quinn, Lori, Hamana K., Kelson, M., et al.  (2016). A randomized, controlled trial of a multi-modal exercise intervention in Huntington’s disease.  Parkinsonism and Related Disorders. doi: 10.1016/j.parkreldis.2016.06.023.

Jones, C., Busse M., Quinn, Lori, et al. (2016). The societal cost of Huntington’s disease: Are we underestimating the burden? European Journal of Neurology. doi: 10.1111/ene.13107

Pelcher, A., & Rajan, Sonali. (2016). After-school program implementation in urban environments: Increasing engagement among adolescent youth. Journal of School Health, 86(8), 585-594.

 

Deitz, R., & Rajan, Sonali. (2016). Access and barriers to yoga as an intervention for at-risk adolescent youth. International Journal of Health Education and Promotion.

doi.org/10.1080/14635240.2016.1217163

 

Rebell, Michael. (2016). “Participatory readiness” and the courts. In D. Allen (Ed.). Education and equality (pp. 77-89). Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

 

Rebell, Michael. (2016). Adequate funding. In W.J. Mathis & T.T. Trujillo (Eds.), Learning lessons from the federal market-based reforms: Lessons for ESSA. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc.

Keller, B., & Tipton, Elizabeth. (2016). Propensity score analysis in R: A software review. Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics, 41, 326–348.

Wohlstetter, Priscilla, Buck, B., Houston, D.M., & Smith, C.O. (2016). Common core, uncommon theory of action: CEOs in New York City schools. In A.J. Daley & K.S. Finnegan (Eds.), Thinking and acting systemically: Improving school districts under pressure (pp. 147-182). Washington, DC: American Educational Research Association.

Wohlstetter, Priscilla, Gonzales, M.M., & Wang, A.K. (2016). Commentary: What diverse charter schools do differently. Education Week. Retrieved from: http://www.edweek.org/ew/articiles/2016/06/24/what-diverse-charter-schools-do-differently.

 

Public Communication:

 

Christopher Emdin was interviewed by Education Week: Q and A on Teaching Youth of Color. (8/30/2016) http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/bookmarks/2016/09/qa_with_christopher_emdin_putting_youths_of_color_first_in_urban_schools.html

Christopher Emdin was interviewed on NewsOne: A Remedy for Cultural Bias in the Classroom.  (8/23/2016) http://newsone.com/3517177/watch-a-remedy-for-cultural-bias-in-the-classroom

Christopher Emdin was published in the New York Times Op-Ed Sunday section on Why Black Men Quit Teaching (8/27/16) http://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/28/opinion/sunday/why-black-men-quit-teaching.html

Christopher Emdin was interviewed on NPR radio - Back To School Barbershop: New Goals, Homework And Parental Supervision (8/27/16) http://www.npr.org/2016/08/27/491647592/back-to-school-barbershop-new-goals-homework-and-parental-supervision

Christopher Emdin was interviewed on WNYC’s The Brian Lehrer Show: Being Culturally Responsive in Classrooms (6/7/2016) http://www.wnyc.org/story/culturally-responsive-classrooms/

Rajan, Sonali. (2016, June 13).  The human right to be safe. Teachers College Newsroom. Retrieved from: http://www.tc.columbia.edu/articles/2016/june/the-human-right-to-be-safe-tcs-sonali-rajan-on-orlando/

 

Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts:

New grant monies

Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant


Thomas Bailey


Integrated Developmental Education Baseline Study Gates CAPR Survey


Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation


$ 450,000

 

Peter Bergman

 

Do Charter Schools Limit Access to Disadvantaged Students?

 

Russell Sage Foundation

 

$ 26,122

Alex Bowers

Building Community and Capacity for Data-Intensive Evidence-Based Decision Making in Schools and Districts

National Science Foundation

$ 499,623

Alex Bowers

Disrupting the Digital Norm

American Educational Research Association

$ 20,000

 

Corbin Campbell

 

The Construct and Discriminant Validity of Assessing College Teaching Quality and Academic Rigor Using Observation, Survey and Other Emerging Methods

 

Spencer Foundation

 

$ 50,000

 

Sarah Cohodes

 

Leveling the Playing Field for High School Choice through Information Tools: A Randomized Intervention Study

 

 

 

Smith Richardson Foundation

 

$ 249,424


Herbert Ginsburg


Development and Research in Early Mathematics Education Network - Phase II


Stanford University


$ 266,937


Carol Hammer


Development of the Bilingual Assessment of Phonological Sensitivity


United States Department of Education


$ 344,780

 

Alexander Karp


Current Issues in Math Education: the View from Two Countries, a Course for Graduate Students

 

Eurasia Foundation

 

$ 41,000


Ellen Meier


Systemic Transformation of Inquiry Learning Environments for STEM


National Science Foundation


$1,338,888

 

Gita Steiner-Khamsi


Development Capacity of National Stockholders in Monitoring and Evaluation of the Education Programs

 

UNICEF - Uzbekistan

 

$ 36,774


Mary Mendenhall

 


Prototyping Katuma


Amplify


$ 50,000

 

Michelle Troche

 

Novel Management of Airway Protection in Parkinson's Disease: A Clinical Trial

 

 

Michael J. Fox Foundation

 

$ 913,822

 

Renewal grant monies

 

Project Director


Project Title


Grantor


Grant

Ellen Meier

Math for All

Education Development Center

$52,379

Ellen Meier

Bulgaria Young Leaders Program

Institute of International Education

$150,764

Ellen Meier

i2 Learning: Boston Evaluation

i2 Learning

$ 69,999

Supplement grant monies

 

Project Director


Project Title


Grantor


Grant

Jeanne Brooks-Gunn

Mothers and Infants: Home Visiting Program Evaluation

MDRC

$ 236,606

Isobel Contento

Cook for Your Life: Maintaining Diet and Physical Activity Changes in Latina Breast Cancer Survivors

Columbia University

$ 52,569

Ellen Meier

Alliance for Learning Environments in STEM

City College of New York

$ 20,000

Kimberly Noble

Support the Poverty and Brain Development in Young Children Research Project

Annie E. Casey Foundation

$ 53,230

Michelle Troche

Airway Protection Deficits According to Stimulus Type in Parkinson's Disease

University of Florida

$ 51,334

Mun Tsang

Research on Chinese Education

Patrick Wong

$ 30,000

Priscilla Wohlstetter

Survey Research Initiative

ARCO Spanish Immersion School

$ 460.00

Priscilla Wohlstetter

Survey Research Initiative

School of Arts and Enterprise

$ 900.00

 

2015-2016 Faculty News & Notes

Faculty News & Notes

May 2016

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Faculty Awards & Honors:

 

Kimberly Noble gave an invited lecture at the Presidential Scholars in Neuroscience and Society at Columbia University on May 2, 2016.

 

 

Faculty Publications of Books and Refereed Journal Articles:

 

Allsup, Randall E. (2016). The enchanted empire: an essay review of El Sistema Orchestrating Venezuela's Youth by Geoffrey Baker. Music Education Research, 1-4. 

Baron, Christine. (2016). Using embedded visual coding to support contextualization of historical texts. American Educational Research Journal.  doi: 10.3102/0002831216637347

Wang, Y., Bowers, Alex. J. (2016). Mapping the field of educational administration research: A journal citation network analysis of the discipline. Journal of Educational Administration, 54(3), 242-269. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/JEA-02-2015-0013

Campano, G., Ghiso, Maria. Paul., & Welch, B. (2016). Partnering with immigrant communities: Action through literacy. New York, NY: Teachers College Press.

Ghiso, Maria. Paul., Campano, G., Player, G., & Rusoja, A. (2016). Dialogic teaching and multilingual counterpublics. L1-Educational Studies in Language and Literature, 16, 1-26.

Lee, T, Marneweck., M, Santello, M, Gordon, Andrew. M. (2016).Visual cues of object properties differentially affect anticipatory planning of digit forces and placement. PLOS One. 11(4):e0154033. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0154033

 

Kuo, H-C, Gordon, Andrew. M., Henrionnet, A., Hautfenne, S., Friel, K., Bleyenheuft, Y. (2016). The effects of intensive bimanual training with and without tactile training on tactile function in children with unilateral spastic cerebral palsy. Research Developmental Disabilities, 49-50:129-139. doi: 10.1016/j.ridd.2015.11.024 


Ekiert, M & Han, ZhaoHong. (2016). L1-fraught difficulty: The case of L2 acquisition of English articles by Slavic speakers. In R. Alonso (Ed.), Crosslinguistic influence in second language acquisition (pp. 147-172). Clevedon: Multilingual Matters. 

Literat, Ioana. (2016, April). Interrogating participation across disciplinary boundaries: Lessons from political philosophy, cultural studies, education, and art. New Media & Society, 1-17. doi:10.1177/1461444816639036

Pelcher, A. & Rajan, Sonali. (2016). After-school program implementation in urban environments: Increasing engagement among adolescent youth. Journal of School Health. [Epub ahead of print].

Schmidt, Sandra. J. (2016).  'Within the sound of silence': A critical examination of LGBQ issues in national history textbooks.  In J.H. Williams & W.D. Bokhorst-Heng (Eds.), (Re)Constructing memory: Textbooks, identity, nation, and state (pp. 121-141). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts:

New grant monies

Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant


Thomas Bailey


General Operating Support 2


The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation


$ 1,300,000

 

Pamela Koch

 

Assessment of the State of Nutrition Education at the New York City and State Levels

 

New York State Health Foundation

 

$ 260,692

Joey Lee

NASA STEM Teacher Portal

Google

$ 125,000


Kimberly Noble


Getting Ready for School: Integrating Literacy, Math and Self-Regulation School Skills


Columbia University


$ 75,818

 

Renewal grant monies

 

Project Director


Project Title


Grantor


Grant

None

 

 

 

 

Supplement grant monies

 

Project Director


Project Title


Grantor


Grant

Joey Lee

CCEPII: Polar Learning

Columbia University

$ 15,000

Priscilla Wohlstetter

Survey Research Initiative

Gabriella Charter Schools

$ 921

 

Faculty News & Notes

April 2016

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Faculty Awards & Honors:

 

John Allegrante has been named a Kieler Woche (Kiel Week) Distinguished Scholar at Christian-Albrechts-Kiel University for June 2016.

 

Alex Bowers, Associate Professor of Applied Statistics in the Department of Organization & Leadership, has received a 2015-16 Outstanding Reviewer Award from Education Administration Quarterly (EAQ).

 

Madhabi Chatterji is serving on the New York City Performance Series, Technical Advisory Board, a program for developing and validating large scale educational assessments for the NYC Board of Education, for a 2-3 year term.

 

Madhabi Chatterji is serving on the Editorial Advisory Board for Publications at the National Education Policy Center (NEPC) at the University of Colorado, Boulder, for three years, starting in 2015-16.

 

Madhabi Chatterji served on the 2016 Robert L. Linn Distinguished Address Award Committee of Division D, American Educational Research Association (AERA).

 

Sarah Cohodes was awarded the Association for Education Finance & Policy (AEFP) Jean Flanigan Outstanding Dissertation Award.

 

Drago-Severson, Eleanor. (2016, March). Helping Educators Grow: Supporting the Building of Internal Capacity. Inaugural UCEA/UVA Cooper Keynote Lecture. University of Virginia, Charlottesville.

 

Ansley Erickson gave the Inaugural Roslyn Z. Wolf Lecture in Urban Education at Cleveland State University on April 1, on "Segregated Schooling Today: Where It Comes From, and Why It Matters".

 

Carol Ewing Garber was a visiting scholar in the Department of Physical Education and the Center for Investigation of the Sciences of Human Movement Sciences at the University of Costa Rica, San Jose, Costa Rica on March 12-21, 2016. She also visited the Faculty of Health Sciences at National University of Costa Rica, Heredia, Costa Rica.

 

William Gaudelli has been named a Rutgers 250 Fellow as part of Rutgers University’s 250th Anniversary.

 

Mary Hafeli has been appointed to a two-year term as Chair of the National Art Education Association Research Commission.

 

Jeffrey Henig, Professor of Political Science & Education and chair of TC’s Department of Education Policy & Social Analysis is receiving the Politics of Education Association Stephen K. Bailey Award. The award recognizes scholars who make significant intellectual and research contributions to the study of the politics of education. 

 

Nathan Holbert was elected Chair of the AERA Advanced Technologies for Learning SIG.

 

Michelle Knight-Manuel delivered the keynote speech this past February at the United Arab Emirates University entitled "Creating a Researcher Identity.”

 

Camren Martinez-Roldan was elected to the Board of the Literacy Research Association (LRA) for 2016-2019.

 

Judith Scott-Clayton received the AERA Division L Early Career Award at the AERA conference this month.

 

Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz, Associate Professor of English Education, has been named the 2016 recipient of the AERA Division K Mid-Career Award. 

 

Elizabeth Tipton received the Early Career Award (Quantitative Methods) from Division D of AERA at the AERA conference this month.

 

Faculty Publications of Books and Refereed Journal Articles:

 

Benson, Carolyn. & Elorza, I. (2015) Multilingual education for all (MEFA): Empowering non-dominant languages and cultures through multilingual curriculum development. In D. Wyse, L. Hayward & J. Zacher Pandya (Eds.). The SAGE handbook of curriculum, pedagogy and assessment. London UK: Sage.

Paek, S., Hoffman, D., Black, John. (2016). Perceptual factors and learning in digital environments. Educational Technology Research & Development
DOI:10.1007/s11423-016-9427-8

Sung, W., Choi, A., Black, John. (2016). Incorporating touch-based tablets into classroom activities: Fostering children’s computational T\thinking through iPad integrated instruction. D. Mentor (Ed.) Handbook of Research in Mobile Learning in Contemporary Classrooms.

 

Pusic, M., Best, R., Black, John., Mutnick, A. (2016). Exploring medical student learning needs in the pediatric emergency department. “What do you want to learn right now?” Pediatric Emergency Care. DOI: 10.1097/PEC.0000000000000766

 

Black, John. (2016). Applying embodied cognition to increase student learning, understanding and performance using educational technologies. In  F. Paloma, D. Ianes, & D. Tafuri (Eds.). Embodied cognition:  theories and applications. Hauppauge, NY:  Nova Publishers.

 

Angrist, J.D., Cohodes, Sarah. R., Dynarski, S.M., Pathak, P.A., Walters, C.R. (2016). Stand and deliver: effects of Boston’s charter high schools on college preparation, entry, and choice. Journal of Labor Economics, 34(2), 275-319.  

 

Custodero, Lori. A., (Ed.) (2015). Special issue on creativity, imagination and innovation. Teachers College Record, 17(10).

 

Custodero, Lori. A. (2015). Ubiquitous creativity, innovative practice-in-action, and imagination in dialogue (prelude to the issue). Teachers College Record, 17(10).

 

Drago-Severson, Eleanor. (2016, April). Learning designs: Use a variety of practice to connect with all. Journal of Staff Development, 37(1), 38—42.

 

Erickson, Ansley. (2016). Making the unequal metropolis: school desegregation and its limits. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

 

Sawyer, B., Hammer, Carol. S., Cycyk, L., López, L., Blair, C., Sandilos, L., & Komaroff, E (2016). Teachers' language and literacy practices with dual language learners.  Bilingual Research Journal, 39(1), 35-49.  DOI: 10.1080/15235882.2016.1138904

Henig, Jeffrey. R., Riehl, Carolyn. J., Houston D. M., Rebell, Michael. A., and Wolff, J. R. (2016). Collective Impact and the New Generation of Cross-Sector Collaborations for Education: An Overview and National Scan. New York, NY: Teachers College, Columbia University, Department of Education Policy and Social Analysis.

Plass, J. L., Homer, B. D., & Kinzer, Charles. K. (2016). Foundations of game-based learning. Educational Psychologist, 50(4), 258-283.

Leu, D. J., & Kinzer, Charles. K. (2016).  (10th edition).  Phonics, phonemic awareness, and word analysis for teachers: An interactive tutorial. New York, NY:  Pearson.

Kuhn, Deanna. (2016). A Role for reasoning in a dialogic approach to critical thinking. Topoi, 1-8. DOI: 10.1007/s11245-016-9373-4

Morin, R., & Midlarsky, Elizabeth.  (2016). Perceived social support, mastery, and psychological distress in white American and African-American older adults.  International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 82, 209-228.

Johnson, S.B., Riis, J.L., Noble, Kimberly. G. (2016). State of the art review: poverty and the developing brain. Pediatrics. 137(4) DOI: 10.1542/peds.2015-3075. 

Brito, N.H., Fifer, W.P., Myers, M.M., Elliott, A.J., Noble, Kimberly. G. (2016). Associations among family socioeconomic status, EEG power at birth, and cognitive skills during infancy. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 19,144-151.

Quinn, Lori., Trubey, R., Gobat, N., et al.  (2016). Development and delivery of a physical activity intervention for people with Huntington disease: Facilitating translation to clinical practice.  Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy, 40(2), 71-80.

 

Public Communication:

Kuhn, Deanna (2016, Mar 23). How do we prepare the next generation of citizens? Rozenberg Quarterly. Retrieved from http://rozenbergquarterly.com/how-do-we-prepare-the-next-generation-of-citizens/

 

Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts:

New grant monies

Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant


Thomas Bailey


College Transfer Landscape and Strategy Mapping


Public Agenda


$ 296,538

 

Thomas Bailey

 

Building Transfer Student Success at Macomb Community College

 

Macomb Community College

 

$ 144,296

 

Thomas Bailey

 

American Association of Community Colleges Pathways Institutes

American Association of Community Colleges

 

$2,179,129


Isobel Contento


Cook For Your Life


Columbia University


$ 52,778


Carol Ewing Garber


SKIP! (Small Kids in Physical Activity) at Home: Designing an effective health communication strategy to promote physical activity in parent-child dyads at home


Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion at Mailman


$ 20,000


Pamela Koch


Hazon Curriculum Project


Hazon Makom Hadash


$ 23,425

Ellen Meier

Professional Development for Instructional Technology

City of New York Department of Education

$ 90,000

Ellen Meier

Education Technology Directors' Program of the Bulgaria Young Leaders Program

Institute of International Education

$ 250,000


Kimberly Noble


Support the Poverty and Brain Development in Young Children Pilot Research Project


The Annie E. Casey Foundation


$ 75,000

Kimberly Noble

Getting Ready for School: Integrating Literacy, Math and Self-Regulation Skills

Heising-Simons Foundation

$ 75,818


Michelle Troche


The Use of SpeechVive via Mobile Telehealth Service Delivery Model to Treat Hypophonia in Parkinson's Disease


Purdue University


$ 2,000

 

 

 

 

 


Helena Verdeli

 


Scaling Up IPT in Lebanon

 


International Medical Corps

 

 

$ 58,370

 

Renewal grant monies

 

Project Director


Project Title


Grantor


Grant

 

 

Joseph Ciccolo

 

Efficacy of Resistance Training as an Aid to Smoking Cessation Treatment

 

National Institutes of Health

$ 509,826

 

 

Pamela Koch

 

 

Edible Schoolyard

 

Edible Schoolyard New York City

 

$ 36,009

 

 

Ellen Meier

 

 

New Haven Professional Development

 

New Haven Public Schools

$ 16,950

Amy Stuart Wells

Teaching in Diverse Schools

Booth Ferris Foundation

 

$ 50,000

 

Supplement grant monies

 

Project Director


Project Title


Grantor


Grant

Ryan Baker

Automated Detectors Learning

United States Army

$ 60,000

 

Catherine Crowley

Eastern Suffolk BOCES Bilingual Extension Institute

Eastern Suffolk BOCES

$ 10,000

 

Priscilla Wohlstetter

Survey Research Institute

School of Arts and Enterprise

$ 4,692

 

Faculty News & Notes

March 2016

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Faculty Awards & Honors:

 

Randall E. Allsup has accepted a dual appointment with the Arts College of Xiamen University, Xiamen City, Fujian Province, China.

 

Regina Cortina her been elected Vice-President of the Comparative and International Education Society (CIES).  She will serve in this role for one year, then will become President-Elect in the following year, and then President of CIES in the next year.

 

Henry Levin will be appointed an Honorary Fellow of the Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) at its annual meeting on March 6-10 in Vancouver.  In addition, the Special Interest Group on the African Diaspora will inaugurate its Annual Henry M. Levin African Diaspora Lecture delivered by Ernest Morrell of Teachers College on "Educating the African Diaspora: A Critical Comparative Perspective.”  Levin is a former president of the CIES.

 

Terrence Maltbia, has been awarded with funding fromThe Heckscher Foundation for Children, in partnership with REACH, LLC, for the Columbia Coaching Program from May 2016 to February 2017.

 

Lori Quinn was the recipient of Columbia University’s Irving Institute Reach for 1st RO1 workshop award.

 

Souto-Manning, Mariana. (2016, February). Keynote presentation: Reading, writing, and talk: Inclusive teaching strategies for diverse learners. NCTE Assembly for Research Midwinter Conference. Ypsilanti, MI.

Elizabeth Tipton has been chosen as an Outstanding Reviewer for 2015 for the Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics (JEBS).

 

Hansun Zhang Waring was appointed to the Editorial Board of Linguistics and Education for a three-year term (2016-2018).

 

Faculty Publications of Books and Refereed Journal Articles:


Bowers, Alex. J., Chen, J. (2015). Ask and ye shall receive? Automated text mining of Michigan capital facility finance bond election proposals to identify which topics are associated with bond passage and voter turnout. Journal of Education Finance, 41(2), 164-196. http://dx.doi.org/10.7916/D8FJ2GDH

Cortina, Regina. (2015). La profesión docente en Europa y en Estados Unidos / The teaching profession in Europe and the United StatesIn Teresa González Pérez (Coord.) Formación de Maestros/as (1970-1990). Madrid: Editorial Biblioteca Nueva.

Erickson, Ansley T. (2016, February). Case study as common text: Collaborating in and broadening the reach of history of education. History of Education Quarterly, 56(1), 125-133. 

Sandilos, L., Cycyk, L., Hammer, Carol. S., Sawyer, B., Lopez, L., & Blair, C. (2015).  Depression, control, and climate: An examination of factors impacting teaching quality in preschool classrooms. Early Education and Development, 26, 1111-1127.  

Sandilos, L., Lewis, K., Komaroff, E., Hammer, Carol. S.,  Rodriguez, B., López, L., & Goldstein, B. (2015).  Analysis of bilingual children’s performance on the English and Spanish versions of the Woodcock-Muñoz Language Survey-R (WMLS-R).  Language Assessment Quarterly: An International Journal, 12, 386-408. 

Roegman, R. & Hatch, Thomas. (2016). Access, success and equity: AP access and performance in four New Jersey districts.  Phi Delta Kappan, 97(5), 20-25.

Weintrop, D., Holbert, Nathan., Horn, M., & Wilensky, U. (2016). Computational thinking in constructionist video games. International Journal of Game-Based Learning, 6(1), 1–17.

Kuhn, Deanna. (2016). What do young science students need to know about variables? Science Education, 100, 392-403.

 

Jewett, E., & Kuhn, Deanna. (2016). Social science as a tool in developing scientific thinking skills in underserved, low-achieving urban students. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 143, 154-161.

 

Kuhn, Deanna., Hemberger, L., & Khait, V. (2016). Tracing the development of argumentive writing in a discourse-rich context. Written Communication, 33, 92-121.

 

Kuhn, Deanna., Hemberger, L., & Khait, V. (2016). La argumentación dialógica como puente para el pensamiento y la escritura argumentative/ Dialogic argumentation as a bridge to argumentative thinking and writing. Infancia y Aprendizaje, 39, 25-48.

 

Naraian, Srikala. (2016). Inclusive education complexly defined for teacher preparation: The significance and uses of error. International Journal of Inclusive Education.  Published online. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13603116.2015.1134682

 

Neumann, Anna, & Campbell, Corbin. (2016). Homing in on learning and teaching: Current approaches and future directions for higher education policy. In M. Bastedo., P. Altbach., R. Berdahl., & P. Gumport. (Eds.), American higher education in the 21st century (pp. 401-431). Baltimore: John Hopkins University.

 

Merz, E., Halle, K., Noble, Kimberly. G., McCall, R. (2016). Executive function in post-institutionalized children. Child Development Perspectives. Epub ahead of print DOI: 10.1111/cdep.12170.

Purpura, James. E. (2016). Second and foreign language assessment. Modern Language Journal, 100, 190-208.

 

Purpura, James. E., & Christison, M. A. (2016). A lifetime of language testing: An interview with Adrian S. (Buzz) Palmer. Language Assessment Quarterly, 14(2).

 

Turner, C. E. & Purpura, James. E. (2016). Learning-oriented assessment in second and foreign language classrooms. In D. Tsagari & J. Baneerjee (Eds.), Handbook of second language assessment (pp. 255-272). Boston, MA: De Gruyter, Inc.


Rajan, Sonali., Weishaar, T., & Keller, Bryan. (2016). Weight and skin color as predictors of vitamin D status: Results of an epidemiological investigation using nationally representative data. Public Health Nutrition,12, 1-8.

Weishaar, T., Rajan, Sonali., & Keller, Bryan. (2016). Probability of vitamin D deficiency by body weight and race-ethnicity. Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine, 29(2).

Long, S.Souto-Manning, Mariana., & Vasquez, V. M. (Eds.). (2016). Courageous leadership in early childhood education: Taking a stand for social justice. New York: Teachers College Press.

Cheruvu, R., Souto-Manning, Mariana., Lencl, T., & Chin-Calubaquib, M. (2015). Race, isolation, and exclusion: What early childhood teacher educators need to know about the experiences of pre-service teachers of color. The Urban Review, 47, 237-265. 

Vasquez, V., Long, S., and Souto-Manning, Mariana. (2016). Taking a stand for social justice. In S. Long, Mariana. Souto-Manning, & V. M. Vasquez (Eds.), Courageous leadership in early childhood education: Taking a stand for social justice. New York, NY: Teachers College Press.

 

Long, S., Souto-Manning, Mariana., & Vasquez, V. (2016). Silence is not an option. In S. Long, Mariana. Souto-Manning, & V. M. Vasquez (Eds.), Courageous leadership in early childhood education: Taking a stand for social justice. New York, NY: Teachers College Press.

 

Long, S., Souto-Manning, Mariana., & Vasquez, V. (2016). Courageous leaders: No empty platitudes. In S. Long, Mariana. Souto-Manning, & V. M. Vasquez (Eds.), Courageous leadership in early childhood education: Taking a stand for social justice. New York, NY: Teachers College Press.

 

Souto-Manning, Mariana., & Mordan-Delgadillo, Y. (2016). Humanizing early education: Courageously caring leadership in a bilingual Head Start program. In S. Long, Mariana. Souto-Manning, & V. M. Vasquez (Eds.), Courageous leadership in early childhood education: Taking a stand for social justice.  New York, NY: Teachers College Press.

 

Souto-Manning, Mariana., Madrigal, R., Malik, K., & Martell, J. (2016). Bridging languages, cultures, and worlds through culturally relevant leadership. In S. Long, Mariana. Souto-Manning, & V. M. Vasquez (Eds.), Courageous leadership in early childhood education: Taking a stand for social justice. New York, NY: Teachers College Press.

Souto-Manning, Mariana. & Cheruvu, R. (2015). Multicultural early childhood pedagogy. In L. Couse & Susan. Recchia (Eds.), Handbook of early childhood teacher education. New York, NY: Routledge.


Waring, Hansun Z
., Reddington, E., & Tadic, N. (2016). Responding artfully to student-initiated departures in the adult ESL classroom. Linguistics and Education33, 28-39.

Wasserman, Nicholas. (2016). Abstract algebra for algebra teaching: Influencing school mathematics instruction. Canadian Journal of Science Mathematics and Technology Education, 16(1), 28-47.

Kasl, E. & Yorks, Lyle. (2016). Do I really know you? Do you really know me? Empathy amid diversity in differing learning contexts. Adult Education Quarterly, 66(1), 3-20.

Public Communication:


Henig, Jeffery. L., Riehl, Carolyn. J., Rebell, Michael., & Wolff, J. R. (2015). Putting collective impact in context: A review of literature on local cross-sector collaboration to improve education. New York, NY: Teachers College, Columbia University, Department of Education Policy and Social Analysis.

 

Terrence Maltbia was quoted in Milne-Tyte. M. (2016, February 25). The business coaching industry is booming. NPR Marketplace. Retrieved from http://www.marketplace.org/2016/02/25/world/business-coaching-business-booming

 

Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts:

 

 

New grant monies

Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant


John Allegrante


Creation of the Person-Centered Wellness Home Across the Life Course


Columbia University

 

$ 8,885

 

Thomas Bailey

 

Stackable Credentials Within Three State Systems: Award Patterns and Their Labor Market Value

 

JP Morgan Chase Foundation

 

$ 225,593


Thomas Bailey

 


Strengthening Two to Four Year College Transfer Pathways in Texas

 


Greater Texas Foundation


$ 218,614

Ryan Baker

Classba Research Lab

Classba.com

$ 108,851


Joseph Ciccolo


Integrating Patient-Centered Exercise Coaching into Primary Care to Reduce Fragility Fracture


Pennsylvania State University Hershey Medical Center


$ 124,142


Sharon Lynn Kagan


Comparative Study of Early Childhood Education in Selected High Performing Countries


National Center on Education and the Economy


$1,391,003


Kimberly Noble


Poverty and the Developing Brain in Omaha Neighborhoods


Sherwood Foundation


$ 315,963


Hansun Zhang Waring


Talking the Talk: How Program Officers and Grantees Negotiate Understanding


Robert Wood Johnson Foundation


$ 285,066

Renewal grant monies

 

Project Director


Project Title


Grantor


Grant

Mariana Souto-Manning

QUIERE: Quality Universally Inclusive Early Responsive Education

United States Department of Education

$ 249,996

Ruth Vinz

Yonkers Public Schools

Yonkers School District

$ 10,000

Supplement grant monies

 

Project Director


Project Title


Grantor


Grant

Lisa Edmonds

Semantic Memory and Language Learning in Alzheimer's Disease and Semantic  Dementia

Temple University

$ 10,413

Priscilla Wohlstetter

Survey Research Initiative

Various

$ 4,355

 

Faculty News & Notes

February 2016

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Faculty Awards & Honors:

 

Randall E. Allsup gave the keynote presentation, “Fostering Musical Independence” for the Fifth Annual Conference of the Society for Music Education in Ireland, Dublin Institute of Technology, Conservatory of Music and Drama, Dublin, Ireland, November 7, 2015.

 

Richard Jochum hasbeen awarded a Creative Residency in Emerging Technology with the Technology, Engineering, Art, and Music T.E.A.M. Lab at HarvestWorks, New York.

 

Carmen Martinez-Roldan received the 65th Annual Conference of Literacy Research Association Edward B Fry Book Award for "Visual Journeys through Wordless Narratives: An International Inquiry with Immigrant Children and The Arrival" which was co-authored with Evelyn Arizpe from the University of Glasgow and Teresa Colomer from the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona.

 

Kimberly Noble will be giving the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Brain Insight Lecture, sponsored by the Zuckerman Mind Brain and Behavior Institute, on February 2nd, 2016.

 

Sandra Schmidt received the Early Career Award of the National Council for the Social Studies-College and University Faculty Assembly this past November in New Orleans.

 

 

Faculty Publications of Books and Refereed Journal Articles:


Allsup, Randall. E. (2015). Another perspective: Our ‘both/and’ moment. Music Educators Journal. 102(2), 85-86.

Allsup, Randall. E. & Lewis, J. (2015). A reappraisal of Bennett Reimer and his meanings of art. Philosophy of Music Education Review, 23(2), 168-182

 

Bosch, N., Chen, H., Baker, Ryan., Shute, V., D'Mello, S. (2015). Accuracy vs. availability heuristic in multimodal affect detection in the wild. Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Multimodal Interaction, 267-274.

 

Andres, J.M.A.L., Andres, J.M.L., Rodrigo, M.M.T., Baker, Ryan.S., Beck, J.B. (2015). An investigation of eureka and the affective states surrounding eureka moments. Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on Computers in Education.

Kornkasem, S. and Black, John. (2015). Formation of spatial thinking skills through different training methods.  Cognitive Processing, 16, S281-S285.

Cohodes, Sarah. R. (2016). Teaching to the student: Charter school effectiveness in spite of perverse incentives. Education Finance and Policy, 11(1), 1-42.

 

Deming, D., Cohodes, Sarah, R., Jennings, J., & Jencks, C. (2016). When does accountability work? Education Next, 16(1). Retrieved from http://educationnext.org/when-does-accountability-work-texas-system/

Drago-Severson, Ellie.  (2016). Teaching, learning, and leading in today’s complex world: Reaching new heights with a developmental approach. International Journal of Leadership in Education, 19(1).

 

Drago-Severson, Ellie. & Blum-DeStefano, J. (2016). Tell me so I can hear you: A developmental approach to feedback for educators. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press.

 

Henig, Jeffrey, R., & Hess, Frederick. M. (Eds.). (2015, December). The new education philanthropy: politics, policy, and reform. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press.

 

Henig, Jeffrey. R., & Hess, F.M. (2015, December). Introduction: The new education philanthropy. In Jeffrey. R. Henig & F.M. Hess (Eds.), The new education philanthropy: politics, policy, and reform (pp. 1-10). Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press.

 

Henig, Jeffrey. R., & Hess, F.M. (2015). Conclusion: Philanthropies on a shifting landscape of policy and practice. In Jeffrey. R. Henig & F.M. Hess (Eds.), The new education philanthropy: politics: policy, and reform (pp. 181-192). Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press.

 

Kane, Pearl, R. and Barbaro, J. (2015). Change leadership: Headship transitions in U.S. independent schools and international schools. Independent School Magazine. Retrieved from https://www.nais.org/Magazines-Newsletters/ISMagazine/Pages/Change-Leadership2015.aspx

 

Mensah, Felicia. M. (2016).  Positional identity as a framework to studying science teacher identity: Looking at the experiences of teachers of color (pp. 49-69).  In L. Avraamidou (Ed.), Studying science teacher identity: Theoretical perspectives, methodological approaches and empirical findings.  Netherlands: Sense Publishers. 

Gomes, C., & Mensah, Felicia. M. (2016). Sounding out science: Using assistive technology for students with learning differences in middle school science classes (pp. 44-67). In M. Urban & D. Falvo (Eds.), Improving K-12 STEM education outcomes through technological integration. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

 

Pirutinsky, S., Midlarsky, Elizabeth., Kor, A., & Pelcovitz, D. (2014).  The impact of religious conflict within orthodox Jewish families in Israel. Mental Health, Religion, and Culture, 17 (7), 665-679.

Midlarsky, Elizabeth., Kahana, E., & Belser, A. (2015).  Prosocial behavior in later life. In D. Schroeder, & W. Graziano (Eds.), Handbook of prosocial behavior (pp. 415-432).  New York: Oxford University Press.

Ferrer, E., Marks, Ray., Midlarsky, Elizabeth., & Hutz-Midgett (2015).  Substance abuse and pain in a cohort of college students. Research Journal of Drug Abuse, 2(1), 1-7.

 

 Ursache, A. and Noble, Kimberly. G. (2016). Neurocognitive development in socioeconomic context: multiple mechanisms and implications for measurement. Psychophysiology. 53(1), 71-82.

Quinn, Lori . & Gordon, J. (2015).  Documentation for rehabilitation:  A guide to clinical decision making in physical therapy.  (3rd ed.). Maryland Heights, Missouri: Elsevier

Zagnit, E.A. Rajan, Sonali., & Basch, Charles. H. (2015). Prevalence and pricing of chain gyms in New York City. International Journal of Health Education and Promotion, 1-8 DOI: 10.1080/14635240.2015.1069717

Aronson, I., Rajan, Sonali., Cleland, C., Perlman, D., Sun, W., Ferraris, C., Mayer, J., Ferris, D., & Bania, T. (2016).  Mobile screening to identify and follow-up with high risk, HIV negative youth. Journal of Mobile Technology in Medicine, 4(3), published online.

Sue, Derald. Wing., Rasheed, M., & Rasheed, J. M. (2016),  Multicultural social work Practice: A competency based approach to diversity and social justice.  Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.

 

Sue, Derald. Wing. (2016, January).  Race talk and facilitating difficult racial dialogues.  Counseling Today, pp. 42-47.

 

Tipton, Elizabeth. (2015). Small sample adjustments for robust variance estimation with meta-regression. Psychological Methods, 20(3), 375 – 393. 

 

Tipton, Elizabeth. & Pustejovsky, J. (2015). Small-sample adjustments to multivariate hypothesis tests in robust variance estimation in meta-regression. Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics40(6), 604-634.

Waring, Hansun Zhang. (2016). Responding artfully to student-initiated departures in the adult ESL classroom. Linguistics and Education33, 28-39.

 

Waring, Hansun Zhang. (2015). Theorizing pedagogical interaction: insights from conversation analysis. New York: Routledge.

 

Westaby, James. D., Woods, N., & Pfaff, D. L. (2016). Extending dynamic network theory to group and social interaction analysis: Uncovering key behavioral elements, cycles, and emergent states. Organizational Psychology Review, 6, 34-62.

 

Public Communication:

 

Nadelstern, Eric.  (2015, November 23). Two things NYC can do immediately to remedy the terrible and pernicious isolation of black and Latino children. Hechinger Report. Retrieved from http://hechingerreport.org/two-things-nyc-can-do-immediately-to-remedy-the-terrible-and-pernicious-isolation-of-black-and-latino-children/

 

Nadelstern, Eric.  (2015, December 24). What urban school districts can learn from Detroit. Hechinger Report. Retrieved from http://hechingerreport.org/what-urban-school-districts-can-learn-from-detroit/

 

Nadelstern, Eric. (2016, January 16). Eight ways New York City can raise its graduation rate to 100 percent. Hechinger Report. Retrieved from http://hechingerreport.org/eight-ways-new-york-city-can-raise-its-graduation-rate-to-100-percent/

 

Nadelstern, Eric. (2016, January, February). The great technical divide. Education Update. Retrieved from http://www.educationupdate.com/archives/2016/JAN/HTML/edit-nadelstern.html#.VqELYJorLcs

 

Sonali Rajan was quoted inSmith, A.(2016, January 16). Gun-violence researcher: Here's what Obama's big new steps on guns are missing. Business Insider. Retrieved from http://www.businessinsider.com/obama-gun-actions-missing-2016-1

Baldinger, E., Broderick, S., Murray, E., Wasserman, Nicholas., & White, D. (2015, December). Connections between abstract algebra and high school algebra: A few connections worth exploring. American Mathematical Society (AMS) Blogs: On Teaching and Learning Mathematics. Retrieved from http://blogs.ams.org/matheducation/2015/12/10/connections-between-abstract-algebra-and-high-school-algebra-a-few-connections-worth-exploring/

Wasserman, Nicholas. (2015). [Review of the book Getting to the common core: Using research-based strategies that empower students to own their own achievement, by S. L. Spencer & S. Vavra.] Teachers College Record, http://www.tcrecord.org/Content.asp?ContentID=18176.


Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts:

 

New grant monies

Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant


Thomas Bailey


Evaluation of Integrated Planning and Advising


The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation


$1,999,522

Barry Farber

Talkspace Effectiveness Study

Talkspace Inc.

$ 48,991

 

Maria Paula Ghiso

 

Photos and Me: Supporting Development of Higher Order Reading Skills While Valuing Children's Language and Culture

 

New York Community Trust

 

$ 107,719

Sharon Lynn Kagan

Universal Pre-K in New York City: Workforce, Quality and Place

Foundation for Child Development

$ 656,000


Victoria Marsick


Organizational Leadership and Change


Cambridge Leadership Group


$ 60,000


Douglas Ready


Evaluation of Breakthrough Schools


Breakthrough Schools


$ 256,443

Amy Stuart Wells

The Educational Benefits of Diversity from Kindergarten through Graduate School

American Educational Research Association

$ 32,926


Michelle Troche


Airway Protection Deficits According to Stimulus Type in Parkinson's Disease


University of Florida

 

$ 25,218

Nicholas Wasserman

ULTRA: Upgrade the Learning of Teachers in Real Analysis

National Science Foundation

$ 178,829

 

 

 

Renewal grant monies

 

Project Director


Project Title


Grantor


Grant

Alex Bowers

School District Effectiveness Identification System in Idaho

Education Northwest

$ 41,405

Regina Cortina

The Televisa Graduate Research Fellowship in Latino Education

Televisa Foundation Inc.

$ 30,288

Ruth Vinz

Center for the Professional Education of Teachers

City of New York Department of Education

$1,287,000

Supplement grant monies

 

Project Director


Project Title


Grantor


Grant

Jeanne Brooks-Gunn

Examining the Impact of Rental Assistance Demonstration on Children Living in Public Housing Communities

Columbia University

$ 27,345

Jeffrey Henig

Center for Public Research and Leadership Expansion

Columbia University

$ 13,136

Priscilla Wohlstetter

Survey Research Institute

River Charter Schools

$ 5,919

 

Faculty News & Notes

November 2015

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Faculty Awards & Honors:

 

John Allegrante received the Mayhew Derryberry Award from the American Public Health Association's Public Health Education and Health Promotion section at the annual meeting. 

 

Noah Drezner is the 6th Annual Barbara Townsend Lecturer at the Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) Annual Conference this month. His talk is entitled “Fundraising and Institutional Advancement: Theory, Practice, and New Paradigms”.

 

Noah Drezner will be honored with the Phillip Merrill Presidential Scholar Mentor award at the University of Maryland.

 

Henry M. Levin received the "Outstanding Contribution to Chinese Education Research Award" by the Ming Yuan Education Foundation, the first foreign recipient of this award. 

 

Henry Levin gave an invited address at Beijing Normal University this past October entitled “A Broad View of Economics of Education in China”.

 

Henry Levin delivered the keynote address this past October at the International Conference on Financing World Class Universities at Peking University entitled “Financing Elite Universities in the U.S”.

 

Henry Levin gave an invited address this past October at the Lemann Brazilian Center at Stanford University entitled “A Benefit-Cost Analysis of a Program to Increase Community College Graduation Rates”.

 

Xiadong Lin has been invited to be a keynote speaker by the National Academy of Sciences for an upcoming symposium on hard-to-measure competencies in December 2015.

 

Janet Miller presented a keynote address at the European Conference on Curriculum Studies, held this past October in Porto, Portugal, entitled "Curriculum Communities without Consensus: Disunities of Collaboration”.

 

Sandra Schmidt received the College & University Faculty Assembly (CUFA) Scholar Award.

 

Sandra Schmidt received the Early Career Award of the National Council for the Social Studies-College and University Faculty Assembly this past Thursday in New Orleans.

 

Faculty Publications of Books and Refereed Journal Articles:


Mulqueeny, K., Kostyuk, V., Baker, Ryan. S., Ocumpaugh, J. (2015). Incorporating effective e-learning principles to improve student engagement in middle-school mathematics. International Journal of STEM Education, 2(15).

 

Cortina, Regina. & De La Garza, K. (Eds.). (2015). Educación, pueblos indígenas e interculturalidad en América Latina [Education, indigenous peoples and interculturality in Latin America]. Quito, Ecuador: Ediciones Abya Yala.

 

Marneweck, M, Knelange, L, Lee, T, Santello, M, Gordon, Andrew, M. (2015). Generalization of dexterous manipulation is sensitive to the frame of reference in which it is learned. PLoS One

16;10(9):e0138258. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0138258. eCollection.

 

Wolff, A, Raghavan, P, Kaminski, TR, Hillstrom, HJ, Gordon, Andrew, M. (2015) Differentiation of hand posture to object shape in children with hemiplegic cerebral palsy. Research Developmental Disabilities 45-46, 422-330.

 

Bleyenheuft, Y, Dricot, L, Gilis, N, Kuo, HC, Grandin, C, Bleyenheuft, C, Gordon, Andrew, M, Friel, KM. (2015). Capturing neuroplastic changes after bimanual intensive rehabilitation in children with unilateral spastic cerebral palsy:  A combined DTI, TMS and fMRI pilot study. Research in Developmental Disabilities 43-44,136-149. 

 

Bleyenheuft, Y, Arnould,C, Brandao, MB, Bleyenheuft, C, Gordon, Andrew, M. (2015). Hand and arm bimanual intensive therapy including lower extremity (HABIT-ILE) in children with unilateral spastic cerebral palsy: A randomized trial. Neural Rehabilitation and Neural Repair 29, 645–657.

 

Lena, Jennifer, C. (2015). Genre: Relational approaches to the sociology of music. In L. Hanquinet & M. Savage (Eds.), Routledge international handbook of the sociology of art and culture (pp. 149-160). New York: Routledge.

 

Miller, Janet. L. (2015). Maxine's voice and unfinished conversations.  Educational Studies, 51(5), 413-416.

 

Schmidt, Sandra. J., & Kenreich, T. (2015).  In a space but not of it: Uncovering racial narratives through geography.  In P. Chandler (Ed.), Doing race in social studies. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Lena, Jennifer C. ( 2015).Genre: Relational approaches to the sociology of music. In L. Hanquinet & M. Savage (Eds.), Routledge international handbook of the sociology of art and culture (pp. 149-160).  New York: Routledge

 

Sue, D., Sue, Derald. W., Sue, D. & Sue, S. (2017). Essentials of understanding abnormal behavior (3rd ed.).  Boston, MA: Cengage.

 

Neville, H. A., Gallardo, M. E., & Sue, Derald. W. (2016).  The myth of racial color blindness: Manifestations, dynamics and impact. Washington, D.C: American Psychological Association.

 

 

Public Communication:

 

 

Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts:

 

New grant monies

Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant


Thomas Bailey


Evaluation of Supportive Blended Learning to Improve Transfer Outcomes


The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation


$ 599,998

 

Thomas Bailey/ Elisabeth Barnett

 

Landscaping Scan of Developmental Education Assessment and Alternative Assessment Designs in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Ohio and Iowa

 

Great Lakes Higher Education Corporation

 

$ 51,525


Alex Bowers

BIG DATA: Eager: Using Big Data to Investigate Longitudinal Education Outcomes through Visual Analytics


National Science Foundation


$ 299,680


Jeffrey Henig


Center for Public Research and Leadership Expansion


Columbia University


$ 28,823


Henry Levin


Design Paper for Study of Costs of Communities in Schools


Edna McConnell Clark Foundation

 

$ 20,046


Sharon Lynn Kagan


Promote Cultural Competence in Early Childhood Classrooms by Advancing Cultural Responsiveness in State Learning Standards


Foundation for Child Development

 

$ 28,300

 

Mary Mendenhall


Global, National and Local Intersections: Educational Policies and Schooling Practices for Urban Refugees


United States Department of State


$ 193,295

Renewal grant monies

Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant

Peter Coleman

Fortune Participatory Action ICCCR

Columbia University

$ 111,420

A. Lin Goodwin

Teacher Residents at TC 2

United States Department of Education

$1,625,019

Andrew Gordon

Neural Predictors of Hand Therapy Efficacy in Children with Cerebral Palsy

Masterson-Burke Medical Research

$ 141,814

Supplement grant monies

 

Project Director


Project Title


Grantor


Grant

Alex Bowers

Collaborative Proposal: A Data-Intensive Exploration of the Links Between SES and STEM Learning Outcomes

Duke University

$ 12,706

Edmund Gordon

A Study Group on Diversity, Equity and Excellence in Achievement and Assessment in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Education

National Science Foundation

$ 59,001

 

Faculty News & Notes

October 2015

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Faculty Awards & Honors:

 

Ellie Drago-Severson delivered the keynote speech this past September at Sarah Lawrence College’s Joan H. Marks Graduate Program in Human Genetics entitled “Caring for Your Professional Growth: The Promise of Building Internal Capacity Through Immunity to Change”.

 

Ellie Drago-Severson gave the keynote speech this past summer at the Ralph Tyler Day Annual Lecture entitled “Supporting Adult Development: Promising Practices for Building Internal Capacity”.

 

Christopher Emdin received NAME’s (National Association for Multicultural Education) 2015 Exemplary Multicultural Educator Award.

 

Richard Jochum gave the keynote address this month at the KoSEA conference, Korean Society for Education Through Art entitled “Space Making for Makerspaces in Studio Art Teaching and Learning”.

 

Henry M. Levin will receive the "Outstanding Contribution to Chinese Education Research Award" by the Ming Yuan Education Foundation, the first foreign recipient of this award.  The Award will be conferred at a ceremony in Beijing on October 29 and reads:  "As one of the most influential education economists worldwide, you made special and outstanding contributions to China in terms of both research and teaching." 

 

Anna Neumann gave the keynote talk this past September at the inauguration of New Jersey Institute of Technology’s opening of its campus-wide Teaching Excellence Center entitled “Creating Careers of Powerful Teaching and Learning – Core Premises and Practices”.

 

Anna Neumann has been named to the editorial board of the SAGE Encyclopedia of Higher Education (London).

 

Faculty Publications of Books and Refereed Journal Articles:


Comer, D., Baker, Ryan, Wang, Y. (2015).  Negativity in massive online open courses: Impacts on learning and teaching. InSight: A Journal of Scholarly Teaching, 10, 92-113.  

 

Baker, Ryan. S., DeFalco, J.A., Paquette, L., Georgoulas, V., Rowe, J., Mott, B., Lester, J. (2015, June).  Motivational feedback designs for frustration in a simulation-based combat medic training. Proceedings of the 3rd Annual GIFT Users Symposium, University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida.

Block Caryn. J. (2015).  The impact of color-blind racial ideology on maintaining racial disparities in organizations. In H.A. Neville, M.E. Gallardo & Derald. W. Sue (Eds.), The myth of racial color blindness: Manifestation, dynamics, and impact (pp. 263-286). Washington DC: American Psychological Association.

 

Block, Caryn. J. & Noumair, Debra. A. (2015). Call for papers: Understanding diversity dynamics in systems: Social equality as an organization change issue.  Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 51, 5-9.

 

Bowers, Alex.J., Shoho, A.R.,&  Barnett, B.G. (2015). Challenges and opportunities of educational leadership research and practice: The state of the field and its multiple futures – international research on school leadership (Vol. 6). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing Inc.

Drago-Severson, Ellie., & Blum-DeStefano, J. (August 2015). Make time to recharge: Growth and renewal play key roles in sustaining school leaders. Journal of Staff Development. 36(4).

 

Drago-Severson, Ellie., Maslin-Ostrowski, P., Asghar, A., & Stuebner Gaylor, S. (2015). Learning & teaching qualitative data analysis in a US university: Creating supports and scaffolds for researcher development. Victor X Wang (Ed.), Handbook of Research on Scholarly Publishing and Research (pp. 181—205). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

 

Emdin, Christopher. & Adjapong, E. (2015). Rethinking pedagogy in urban spaces: Implementing hip-hop pedagogy in an urban science classroom. Journal of Urban Learning Teaching and Research, 11, 66-77.

 

Gaudelli, William. (2015, October). A pedagogical reading of Laudato Si: Interpretations in an educational age of spectacle. Mary Hepburn Endowed Lecture, University of Georgia, Athens.

 

Knight, Michelle., Rogeman, R., & Edstrom, L. (2015). My American dream: The interplay of

structure and agency in West African immigrants’ educational experiences in the United States. Education and Urban Society. DOI: 10.1177/0013124515589596

 

Mendenhall, Mary., Dryden-Peterson, S., Bartlett, L. Ndirangu, C., Imonje, R. Gakunga, D., Gichuhi, L., Nyagah, G., Okoth, U., and Tangelder, M. (2015). Quality Education for Refugees in Kenya: Pedagogy in Urban Nairobi and Kakuma Refugee Camp Settings. Journal on Education in Emergencies 1(1), pp. 92-130

 

Ursache, A., Noble, Kimberly. G., Blair C. (2015). Socioeconomic status, subjective social status, perceived stress: Associations with stress physiology and executive functioning. Behavioral Medicine. 41(3), 145-154. 

 

Ready, Douglas. D., & Chu, E.M. (2015). Socio-demographic inequality in early literacy development: The role of teacher perceptual accuracy. Early Education and Development26, 970-987.

 

Rebell, Michael. A. (2015). Rodriguez: Past, present and future. In C.J. Ogletree, Jr., & K.J. Robinson (Eds.), The enduring legacy of Rodriguez: Creating new pathways to equal educational opportunity (pp. 65-87). Cambridge: MA: Harvard Education Press.

Silverman, Stephen., & Mercier, K. (2015). Teaching for physical literacy: Implications to instructional design and PETE. Journal of Sport and Health Science, 4, 150-155.

Phillips, S.R., & Silverman, Stephen. (2015). Upper elementary school student attitudes toward physical education. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 34, 461-473.

 

Thomas, J.R., Nelson, J.A., & Silverman, Stephen. J. (2015). Research methods in physical activity (7th ed.). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

 

Thomas, J.R., Nelson, J.K., & Silverman, Stephen. J. (2015) Metodologia della ricerca per le scienze motorie e sportive (1st edizione a cura di). Ferriere di Torgiano, Italy: Calzetti Mariucci Editori. [Translation to Italian of Research methods in physical activity(6th ed.).] 

 

Thomas, J.R., Nelson, J.A., & Silverman, Stephen. J. (2015). Presentation package and image bank for research methods in physical activity (7th ed.). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

 

Thomas, J.R., Nelson, J.A., & Silverman, Stephen. J. (2015). Instructor guide for research methods in physical activity (7th ed.). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

 

Thomas, J.R., Nelson, J.A., & Silverman, Stephen. J. (2015). Test package for research methods in physical activity (7th ed.). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

 

Voronov, M. & Yorks, Lyle. (2015). "Did you notice that?" Theorizing differences in the capacity to apprehend institutional contradictions. Academy of Management Review, 40, 563-586.  

 

Public Communication:

 

Ebert, L., Jochum, Richard.,Kimpel, K., Petri, E., Schiesser, G.(2015). Audit Quality Management University of applied arts. Germany: Evalag.

Jochum, Richard. (2015). Deutschsprachige Bibliothek. In E. Kronabitter & G. Vallaster (Eds.), Visuelle Poesie. (pp. 52-53). Literatur: Vorarlberg.

Nadelstern, Eric. (2015, October 6). Why schools shouldn't close for religious holidays. Noodle. Retrieved from https://www.noodle.com/articles/why-schools-shouldnt-close-for-religious-holidays133

Nadelstern, Eric. (2015, September 15). Violence and urban schools. Education Update Online. Retrieved from http://educationupdate.com/homeroom/2015/09/violence-and-urban-schools.html

Nadelstern, Eric. (2015, September 18).  Remembering Thomas Sobol, former state education commissioner. Chalkbeat. Retrieved from http://ny.chalkbeat.org/2015/09/18/remembering-thomas-sobol-former-state-education-commissioner/#.Vh1azOxVhHw

Noble, Kimberly, G. (2015, October 2). How poverty affects children’s brains. The Washington Post. Retrieved from https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/no-poor-child-left-behind/2015/10/02/df86c56e-4048-11e5-9561-4b3dc93e3b9a_story.html

 

Priscilla Wohlstetter gave a public education lecture on strategic partnerships sponsored by the University of Glasgow and What Works Scotland in October 2015, and another presentation on diverse charter schools at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study in September 2015.

 

Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts:

 

New grant monies

Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant


Thomas Bailey


Computer Science Pathways and Community Colleges: Charting the Landscape to Build Capacity


Google Inc.


$ 50,000

 

Ryan Baker

 

Collaborative Research: The Downside of Perseverance-Investigating and Moving Students Beyond Unproductive  Persistence

 

SRI International and Worcester Polytechnic Institute

 

$ 399,841

 

Charles Basch

 

Stage II Trail to Prevent ECC Progression

 

Columbia University

 

$ 104,791


George Bonanno


Developing a Sensitive, Cost Effective Measure of Behavior Change in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder


Autism Speaks


$ 30,000


Andrew Gordon


Collaborative Research: Sensorimotor Control of Hand-object Interactions


National Science Foundation

 

$ 371,734


Pamela Koch


Just Food to Market Evaluation


Just Food


$ 5,000

 

Barbara Tversky

CHS: Medium: Collaborative Research: Augmented Reality for Multiple People, Perspectives, Platforms and Tasks


National Science Foundation


$ 104,141

 

Amy Stuart-Wells

 

The Public Good: Support for Disadvantaged Students and Their Racially Diverse Schools

 

Booth-Ferris Foundation

 

$ 250,000


Amy Stuart-Wells


Teaching in Diverse Schools Summer Institute


Booth-Ferris Foundation

 

 

$ 50,000

 

Elizabeth Willen

 

Early Education Coverage

 

Heising-Simons

 

$ 150,000

Index grant monies

 

Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant

Lalitha Vasudevan

Re-imagining Futures


The Center for Alternative Sentencing and Employment Services, Inc.

$ 31,301

 

Faculty News & Notes

September 2015

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Faculty Awards & Honors:

 

John Allegrante was awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters from the State University of New York, in May.

 

Ryan Baker won the Best Paper Award at the 17th International Conference on Artificial
Intelligence in Education.

 

Corbin Campbell was awarded a National Academy of Education/Spencer Foundation postdoctoral fellowship for her research project, entitled, "Assessing College Educational Quality: An Inside View of Teaching Quality and Academic Rigor in U.S. College and University Classrooms.

 

Corbin Campbell was appointed to the Editorial Board of Review of Higher Education.

 

Noah Drezner has been named as this year's presenter of the Barbara Townsend Endowed Lecture at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education in

November 2015.

 

Noah Drezner was awarded the 2015 Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) John Grenzebach Award for Outstanding Research in Philanthropy for Educational Advancement, in recognition of “The Social Base of Philanthropic Fundraising in Higher Education: How Frames and Identity Matter.”

 

Lisa Edmonds has been invited as International Keynote at the British Aphasiology Conference in London in September 2015.

 

A. Lin Goodwin has been elected by the National Institute of Education for the first Dr. Ruth Wong Hie King Teacher Education Professorship in honor of a pioneer in teacher education in Singapore.

 

Jeanne Brooks-Gunn was awarded the Matilda White Riley Award by the Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research (OBSSR) at the National Institutes of Health. The Matilda White Riley Award honors individuals whose research has contributed to behavioral and social scientific knowledge and/or the application of such knowledge relevant to the mission of the NIH.

 

Jeffrey Henig received the Norton Long Career Achievement Award, awarded by the Urban Politics Section of the American Political Science Association

 

Jennifer Lena has been elected the American Sociological Association’s new Chair for the Sociology of Culture Section.

 

Xiaodong Lin became the Yellow River Endowed Professor and Scholar at Henan Province and Henan University, Kaifeng, China. She also became the Zi Jiang Endowed Chair Professor and Scholar at Shanghai Zi Jiang Corporate Foundation, Shanghai, China.

Xiaodong Lin was bestowed Endowed Distinguish Professor award from Beijing Normal University.

 

Felicia Mensah was conference organizer and invited panel moderator for “Furthering Girls’ Math Identity: An Expert Convening” conference this past June in Washington, DC.

 

Ernest Morrell has been approved for a three-year term appointment (by the Board of Directors of ILA) as member of the Literacy Research Panel.

 

In honor of William Pasmore and his colleague Dick Woodman from Texas A&M University, the Academy of Management Organization and Development division now gives an award annually named the "Pasmore-Woodman award" to recognize scholars who have made substantial contributions to the field as a result of their sustained collaboration. The first such award was given out in Vancouver this past August.

 

Faculty Publications of Books and Refereed Journal Articles:

 

Allsup, Randall. E. (2015). The eclipse of a higher education or problems preparing artists in a mercantile world. Music Education Review, 17 (3): 251-261.

 

Allsup, Randall. E. (2015). Music teacher quality and the problem of routine expertise. Philosophy of Music Education Review, 23 (1): 5-24.

 

Ogan, A., Walker, E., Baker, Ryan., Rodrigo, M.M.T., Soriano, J.C., Castro, M.J. (2015). Towards understanding how to assess help-seeking behavior across cultures. International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education, 25 (2), 229-248.

Rowe, E., Asbell-Clarke, J., Baker, Ryan. S. (2015). Serious games analysis to measure implicit science learning. In C.S. Loh, Y. Sheng, D. Ifenthaler. (Eds.), Serious games analytics: Methodologies for performance measurement, assessment, and improvement. (pp. 343-362). Berlin, Germany: Springer.

Shute, V.J., D'Mello, S., Baker, Ryan., Cho, K., Bosch, N., Ocumpaugh, J., Ventura, M., Almeda, V. (2015). Modeling how incoming knowledge, persistence, affective states, and in-game progress influence student learning from an educational game. Computers & Education, 86, 224-235.

Baker, Ryan .S., DeFalco, J.A., Paquette, L., Georgoulas, V., Rowe, J., Mott, B., Lester, J. (2015, June).  Motivational feedback designs for frustration in a simulation-based combat medic training. Proceedings of the 3rd Annual GIFT Users Symposium, University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida.

Moore, G., Baker, Ryan. S., Gowda, S.M. (2015, July). The antecedents of moments of learning. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, Pasadena Convention Center, Pasadena, California.

Paquette, L., Baker, Ryan. S., de Carvalho, A., Ocumpaugh, J. (2015, June).  Cross-System transfer of machine learned and knowledge engineered models of gaming the system. Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation, and Personalization, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.

Paquette, L., Rowe, J., Baker, Ryan.S., Mott, B., Lester, J., DeFalco, J., Brawner, K., Sottilare, R.,Georgoulas, V. (2015, June). Sensor-Free or sensor-full: A comparison of data modalities in multi- channel affect detection. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on
Educational Data Mining, Madrid, Spain.

Jiang, Y., Paquette, L., Baker, Ryan. S., Clarke-Midura, J. (2015, June). Comparing novice and experienced students in virtual performance assessments. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Educational Data Mining, Madrid, Spain.

San Pedro, M.O., Snow, E., Baker, Ryan. S., McNamara, D., Heffernan, N. (2015, June ). Exploring dynamic assessments of affect, behavior, and cognition and math state test achievement. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Educational Data Mining, Madrid, Spain.

 

Bosch, N., D’Mello, S., Baker, Ryan., Ocumpaugh, J., & Shute, V. (2015, June). Temporal generalizability of face-based affect detection in noisy classroom environments. Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education, Madrid, Spain.


Brown, R., Lynch, C.F., Eagle, M., Albert, J., Barnes, T., Baker, Ryan., Bergner, Y., McNamara, D. (2015, June). Good communities and bad communities: Does membership affect performance? Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Educational Data Mining, Madrid, Spain.

Baker, Ryan., Lindrum, D., Lindrum, M.J., Perkowski, D. (2015, June). Analyzing early at-risk factors in higher education e-learning courses. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Educational Data Mining, Madrid, Spain.


Paquette, L., Ocumpaugh, J., Baker, Ryan.S. (2015, June). Simulating multi-subject momentary time sampling. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Educational Data Mining, Madrid, Spain.

Snow, E.L., San Pedro, M.O.Z., Jacovina, M.E., McNamara, D.S., Baker,
Ryan. S.
(2015, June). Achievement versus experience: Predicting students’
choices during gameplay. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Educational Data Mining, Madrid, Spain.

Rowe, E., Baker, Ryan .S., Asbell-Clarke, J. (2015, June). Strategic game moves
mediate implicit science learning. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Educational Data Mining, Madrid, Spain.  

Crossley, S., McNamara, D., Baker, Ryan. S., Wang, Y., Paquette, L., Barnes, T., Bergner, Y. (2015, June). Language to completion. Paper presented at the 8th International Conference on Educational Data Mining, Madrid, Spain.


Aleven, V., Sewall, J., Popescu, O., Xhakaj, F., Chand, D., Baker, Ryan., Wang, Y., Siemens, G., Rosé, C., Gasevic, D. (2015, June). The beginning of a beautiful friendship? Intelligent tutoring systems and MOOCs. Paper presented at the 17th International Conference on Artificial
Intelligence in Education, Madrid, Spain.

Mulqueeny, K., Mingle, L.A., Kostyuk, V., Baker, Ryan .S., Ocumpaugh, J.(2015, June). Improving engagement in an e-learning environment. Paper presented at the 17th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education, Madrid, Spain.

Jiang, Y., Baker, Ryan.S., Paquette, L., San Pedro, M.O., Heffernan, N.T. (2015, June).  Learning, moment- by-moment, and over the long term. Paper presented at the 17th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education, Madrid, Spain.

Ocumpaugh, J., Baker, Ryan S. Rodrigo, M.M.T., Salvi, A. van Velsen, M., Aghababyan, A., Martin, T. (2015, July). HART: The human affect recording tool. Paper presented the ACM Special Interest Group on the Design of Communication (SIGDOC).

 

Baron, Christine., & Dobbs, C. (2015). Expanding the notion of historical text through historic building analysis. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 58(3), 462–471.

 

Bowers, Alex .J. (2015). Site selection in school district research: A measure of effectiveness using hierarchical longitudinal growth models of performance. School Leadership & Management, 35(1) p. 39-61. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13632434.2014.962500 Open Access Version: http://dx.doi.org/10.7916/D8P84B2J

Bowers, Alex. J. (2015). Students at risk. SAGE Video Tutorials, SAGE Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA. http://sk.sagepub.com/video/students-at-risk

Bowers, Alex. J. (2015). Data-driven decision making. SAGE Video Tutorials, SAGE
Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA. http://sk.sagepub.com/video/data-driven-decisionmaking

MacKenzie, M.J., Nicklas, E., Brooks-Gunn, Jeanne., & Waldfogel, J. (2015). Spanking and children’s externalizing behavior across the first decade of life: Evidence for transactional processes. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 44, 658-669.

 

Martin, A., Razza, R., & Brooks-Gunn, Jeanne. (2015). The maternal description of child (MDoC): A new audiotaped measure of maternal affect. Infant and Child Development, 24, 228-239.

 

Razza, R., Martin, A., & Brooks-Gunn, Jeanne. (2015). Are approaches to learning in kindergarten associated with academic and social competence similarly? Child and Youth Care Forum, 44, Advance online publication.

 

Schneider, W., MacKenzie, M., Waldfogel, J., & Brooks-Gunn, Jeanne. (2015). Parent and child reporting of corporal punishment: New evidence from the Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study. Child Indicators Research, 8, 347-358.


Sommer, T.E., Sabol., T.J., Smith, T., Dow, S., Barczak, M., Chase-Lansdale, P. L., Brooks-

Gunn, Jeanne., Yoshikawa, H., & King, C. T. (2015). Promoting education: The two generation approach of the Community Action Project of Tulsa, OK. In C. T. King, P. L. Chase-Lansdale, & M. Small (Eds.). Two Generations. One Future. An Anthology from the Ascend Fellowship. Washington, D.C.: Ascend at the Aspen Institute.

 

Gao, J., & Corter, James. E. (2015). Striving for perfection and falling short: The influence of goals on probability matching. Memory and Cognition, 43(5), 748-759.

 

Kendall, D., Edmonds, Lisa., van Zyl, A., Odendall, I., Stein, M., & van der Merwe, A. (2015). What can speech production errors tell us about cross-linguistic processing in bilingual aphasia? Evidence from four English/Afrikaans bilingual individuals with aphasia. South African Journal of Communication Disorders, 62(1), http://dx.doi.org/10.4102/sajcd.v62i1.111.

 

Highsmith, Andrew R., & Erickson, Ansley.T. (2015). Segregation as splitting, segregation as joining: Schools, housing, and the many modes of Jim Crow. American Journal of Education 121(4), 563–569.

 

Campano, G., Ghiso, Maria. Paula., & Welch, B. (2015). Ethical and professional norms in community-based research. Harvard Educational Review, 85(1), 29-49.

 

Goodwin, A. Lin., Low, E. L., & Ng, P. T. (2015). Developing teacher leadership in Singapore: Multiple pathways for differentiated journeys. New Educator, 11(2), 107-120.

 

Goodwin, A. Lin. (April, 2015). Asia's lessons: Great principles and imperatives mondiauxs (Lessons from Asia: Big principles, global imperatives). Revue Internationale D’Èducation-Sèvres, 68, 181-190.

 

Goodwin, A. Lin., Low, E., Ng, P., Yeung, A. S., & Cai, L. (2015). Enhancing playful teachers’ perception of the importance of ICT use in the classroom: The role of risk taking as a mediator. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 40(4), 133-150.

 

Greer, R. Douglas., & Du, L. (2015). Experience and the onset of the capability to learn the names of things by exclusion. The Psychological Record. DOI 10.1007/s40732-014-0111-2.

 

Du, L., Broto, J. & Greer, R. Douglas. (2015). The effects of the establishment of conditioned reinforcement for observing responses for 3D stimuli on generalized match-to-sample in children with autism spectrum disorders. European Journal of Behavior Analysis, 16(1), 82-98. DOI.1080/15021149.2015.1065655

 

Oblak, M., Greer, R. Douglas., & Singer-Dudek, J. (2015).  Valuation alteration: Stimuli increase in value when preschoolers deliver them to peers. The Psychological Record. DOI 10.1007/s40732-015-0140-5

 

Howarth, M, Dudek, J., & Greer, R. Douglas. (2015). Establishing derived relations for stimulus equivalence in children with severe cognitive delays. European Journal of Behavior Analysis. DOI:10.1080/15021149.2015.1065635

 

Han, ZhaoHong. (2015). Striving for complementarity between narrative and meta-analytic reviewsApplied Linguistics36(3), 409-415.

Kang, E.Y. & Han, ZhaoHong. (2015). The efficacy of written corrective feedback in improving L2 written accuracy: A meta-analysis. The Modern Language Journal, 99(1), 1-18.

Bulkley, K.E.; & Henig, Jeffrey. (2015). Local politics and portfolio management models: national reform ideas and local control. Peabody Journal of Education 90 (1), pp. 53-83.

 

Hatch, Thomas. (2015). Connections, coherence, and common understanding in the common core.  In Supovitz, J. A. & Spillane, J. P. (Eds.), Challenging standards: Navigating conflict and building capacity in the era of the Common Core. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

 

Roegman, R., Hatch, Thomas., Hill, K., & Kneiwel, V. (2015).  Relationships, instruction, understandings: One district’s implementation of rounds. Journal of Educational Administration. 53(5), 625 – 641.

 

Perez-Brena, N. P., Updegraff, K. A., Umaña-Taylor, A. J., Jahromi, Laudan. B., Guimond, A. B. (2015). Co-parenting profiles in the context of Mexican-origin teen pregnancy: Links to mother-daughter quality and adjustment.  Family Process, 54, 263-279.

 

Derlan, C. L., Umaña-Taylor, A. J., Toomey, R. B., Updegraff, K. A., Jahromi, Laudan. B. (2015). Person-environment fit: Everyday conflict and coparenting conflict in Mexican-origin teen mother families. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology21, 136-145.

 

Toomey, R. B., Updegraff, K. A., Umaña-Taylor, A. J., & Jahromi, Laudan. B. (2015). Gender role attitudes across the transition to adolescent motherhood in Mexican-origin families. Family Process, 54, 247-262.

 

Zeiders, K. H., Umaña-Taylor, A. J., Updegraff, K. A., & Jahromi, Laudan. B. (2015). An idiographic and nomothetic approach to the study of Mexican-origin adolescent mothers’ sociocultural stressors and adjustment. Prevention Science, 16, 386-396.

 

Zeiders, K. H., Umaña-Taylor, A. J., Updegraff, K. A., & Jahromi, Laudan. B. (2015). Acculturative stress and enculturative stress, depressive symptoms, and maternal warmth: Examining within-person relations among Mexican-origin adolescent mothers. Development & Psychopathology, 27, 293-308.

 

Keller, Bryan., Kim, J.-S., & Steiner, P. M. (2015). Neural networks for propensity score estimation: Simulation results and recommendations. In L. A. van der Ark, D. M. Bolt, S.-M. Chow, J. A. Douglas, & W.-C. Wang (Eds.), Quantitative psychology research. New York, NY: Springer.

Lane, Monique. (2015). Black girl interrupted: A reflection on the challenges, contradictions, and possibilities in transitioning from the community to the academy. In V. Evans-Winters and B. Love (Eds). Black feminism in education: Black women speak back, up, & out. New York, NY: Peter Lang.

Lena, Jennifer. C. (2015). Genre: Relational approaches to the sociology of music. In L. Hanquinet & M. Savage (Eds.), Routledge International Handbook of the Sociology of Art and Culture (Chapter 12). New York: Routledge.

Levin, Henry. & Belfield, C. (2015). Guiding the development and use of cost-effectiveness analysis in education. Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness, 8(3), pp. 400-418.

 

Lin,  Xiaodong. D. Shaenfield, D. & Elder, A.  (2015).  Contrasting case instruction can improve self-assessment of writing.  Educational Technology Research & Development, 63(4), 517-537.

 

Martínez-Álvarez, Patricia. & Ghiso, Maria. Paula. (2015). In languaging and communities: Latino/a emergent bilinguals’ expansive learning and critical inquiries into global childhoods. International Journal of Bilingualism and Bilingual Education, DOI: 10.1080/13670050.2015.1068270.

 

Miles, R. L., Slagter Van Tryon, P., & Mensah, Felicia. M. (2015).  Mathematics and science teachers’ professional development with local businesses to introduce middle and high school students to opportunities in STEM careers. The Science Educator24(1), 1-11.

 

Ado, G., & Mensah, Felicia. M. (2015). The influence of cultural factors on HIV/AIDS education in Ivorian Schools. International Quarterly of Community Health Education, 35(3), 227-243.

 

Danforth, S. & Naraian, Srikala. (2015). This new field of inclusive education: Beginning a dialogue on conceptual foundations. Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 53(1), 70-85.

 

Purpura, James., E., Brown, J. D., & Schoonen, R. (2015). Improving the validity of quantitative measures in applied language research. Language Learning, 65(1), pp. 36-73.

 

Hanrrahan, D., Sexton, P., Hui, K., Teitcher, J, Klitzman, R. & Purpura, James. E. (2015). Linguistic and cultural challenges in translating informed consent in US-sponsored HIV prevention research in emerging economies.  PLoS One, 10(7), e0133394. http://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.013339

 

Dawes, H., Collett, J., Debono, K., Quinn, Lori., et al. (2015). Exercise testing and training in people with Huntington's disease. Clinical Rehabilitation, 29(2), 196-206. 

 

Busse M.E., Quinn, Lori., et al. (2014). Supporting physical activity engagement in people with Huntington’s disease (Engage-HD): Study protocol for a randomized controlled feasibility trial.  Trials, 15(1).

 

Quinn, Lori., Debono, K., Dawes, H., et al.  Task-specific training in Huntington’s disease:  A randomized controlled feasibility trial. (2014). Physical Therapy, 94(11), 1555-1568.

 

Collett, J., Esser, P., Khalil, H., Busse, M., Quinn, Lori., Debono, K., Rosser, A., Nemeth, A., Dawes, H. (2014).  Insights into gait disorders: Walking variability using phase plot analysis in Huntington's disease. Gait and Posture, 40(4). 694-70. 

 

Busse, M., Quinn, Lori., Khalil, H., McEwan, K. Optimizing mobility measures in Huntington’s disease. (2014). Journal of Huntington’s Disease3(2), 175-88.

 

Proctor, L. A. & Wang, Ye. (2015). Using iPads and mobile technology for children with developmental disabilities: Facilitate the language and literacy development. In N. Silton (Ed.), Recent Advances in Assistive Technology to Support Children with Developmental Disorders (pp. 45-78). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

 

Andrews, J. & Wang, Ye. (2015). The qualitative similarity hypothesis: Research synthesis and future directions. American Annals of the Deaf, 159(5), 468-483.

 

Wasserman, Nicholas. (2015). Unpacking teachers’ moves in the classroom: Navigating micro- and macro-levels of mathematical complexity. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 90(1), pp. 75-93.

Casey, S., & Wasserman, Nicholas. (2015). Teachers’ knowledge about informal line of best fit. Statistics Education Research Journal, 14(1), pp. 8-35.

 

Wasserman, Nicholas. (2015). A random walk: Stumbling across connections. Mathematics Teacher, 108(9), pp. 686-695.

 

Wohlstetter, Priscilla., Houston, D. M., & Buck, B. (2015, January). Networks in New York City: Implementing the common core. Educational Policy29(1), 85-110.

 

Yoon, Haeny. (2015).  Assessing children in kindergarten: The narrowing of identity, literacy, and culture in the testing era. Journal of Early Childhood Literacy, 15(3), 364-393.

Yorks, Lyle. (2015). The practice of teaching co-operative inquiry. In H Bradbury (Ed.) The Sage Handbook of Action Research, 3rd.ed., (pp. 256-264). London, UK: Sage Publications.

 

Public Communication:

 

Erickson, Ansley T. (2015, August 13). Affordable housing, public transit, A mayoral runoff, racially separated schools. Welcome to Nashville - In 1971. Nashville Scene. Retrieved from http://www.nashvillescene.com/nashville/affordable-housing-public-transit-a-mayoral-runoff-racially-separated-schools-welcome-to-nashville-andmdash-in-1971/Content?oid=5461758

 

Jennifer C. Lena quoted in “Why Art School Can be a Smart Career Move,” Forbes, August 19, 2015.

 

Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts:

 

New grant monies

Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant

Ryan Baker

Digital Learning Research Network

University of Texas at Arlington

$ 150,000

Peter Bergman

Changing School Settings as a Result of Desegregation: Evidence from Randomized Trials

William T. Grant Foundation

$ 24,984

Jeffrey Henig

Outside Money in Local School Elections

Spencer Foundation

$ 49,087


Pamela Koch

Evaluating Food Corps' Impact on Children's Consumption During School Meals


FoodCorps


$ 249,757

 

Pamela Koch

 

Wellness in Schools Evaluation

 

Newman's Own Foundation

 

$ 290,498

 

Anand Marri

 


New York State Social Studies Toolkit Review

 


New York State Education Department and SUNY Binghamton

 

$ 10,000

 

Ellen Meier

 

i2 Learning Evaluation

 

i2 Learning

 

$ 13,420


Ellen Meier


Education Leaders' Training Program of the Bulgaria Young Leaders' Program


Institute of International Education

 

$ 107,997

 

Srikala Naraian

 

Initiatives Adopted by School Leaders in New York City Public Schools to Promote the Inclusion of Students with Disabilities

 

American Educational Research Association



$ 5,000


Aaron Pallas


Teacher Performance Measures and Teachers' Instructional Practices


Spencer Foundation


$ 49,473

Priscilla Wohlstetter

The Role of School Support Structures: Building the Capacity of Schools as Learning Organizations

Spencer Foundation

$ 499,831

Priscilla Wohlstetter

Developing an Accountability Model Aligned with the Common Core

California Charter Schools Association

$ 209,137

Renewal grant monies

Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant

Thomas Bailey

CCRC Postsecondary Education and Employment

United States Department of Education

$ 1,738,216

Joseph Ciccolo

Efficacy of Resistance Training as an Aid to Smoking Cessation Treatment

National Institutes of Health

$ 504,468

Henry Levin

Methods Training for Research Using Cost-Effectiveness and Cost-Benefit Analysis

United States Department of Education

$ 397,092

Ellen Meier

Yonkers Teachers of Tomorrow

Yonkers Public Schools

$ 203,650

Supplement grant monies

Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant

Jeffrey Henig

Collective Impact Initiatives

The Wallace Foundation

$ 121,000

 

 

Helena Verdeli

 

Integrated Innovations in Global Mental Health

 

Partners in Health

 

$ 8,000

Priscilla Wohlstetter

 

Survey Research Initiative

Various

$ 1,840

 

 

Index grant monies

Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant

Joey Lee

CCEP II: Polar Learning

Columbia University

$ 150,258

Mun Tsang

Innovation Capital of Research

Kwok Charitable Trust

$ 73,000

 

2014-2015 Faculty News & Notes

Faculty News & Notes

May 2015

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Faculty Awards & Honors:

 

Ryan Baker was awarded Best Technical Paper at the 5th International Learning Analytics and Knowledgeable Conference, and also received Honorable Mention for Best Paper at the 2015 International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces.

 

Peter Coleman has been named the 2015 recipient of the Morton Deutsch Conflict Resolution Award by the American Psychological Association.

 

Steven Dubin has been awarded a residency at the Rockefeller Foundation's Study Center in Bellagio, Italy.

 

Carol Ewing Garber has been elected as an Active Fellow in the National Academy of Kinesiology.

 

Sonali Rajan received the Strage Junior Faculty Prize for 2015.

 

Faculty Publications of Books and Refereed Journal Articles:

 

Gobert, J.D., Baker, Ryan.S., Wixon, M.B. (2015). Operationalizing and detecting disengagement within online science microworlds. Educational Psychologist, 50(1), 43-57. 

 

Wang, Y. Baker, Ryan. (2015) Content or platform: why do students

complete MOOCs? MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, 11(1), 17-30.

 

Wang, Y.E., Paquette, L., Baker, Ryan. (2014) A longitudinal study on learner career advancement in MOOCs. Journal of Learning Analytics,1(3), 203-206.

 

San Pedro, M.O., Baker, Ryan., Heffernan, N., Ocumpaugh, J. (2015, March). Exploring college major choice and middle school student behavior, affect and learning: what happens to students who game the system? Proceedings of the 5th International Learning Analytics and Knowledge Conference, 36-40.

 

Miller, W.L., Baker, Ryan., Labrum, M., Petsche, K., Liu, Y-H., Wagner, A. (2015, March) Automated detection of proactive remediation by teachers in reasoning mind classrooms. Proceedings of the 5th International Learning Analytics and Knowledge Conference, 290-294.

Cooper, Carey. E., Beck, A. N., Högnäs, R. S., Swanson, J. (2015). Mothers' partnership instability and coparenting among fragile families. Social Science Quarterly. Advance online publication. DOI: 10.1111/ssqu.12161 

 

Dougherty, Kevin., & Natow, R.S. (2015). The politics of performance funding for higher education: origins, discontinuations, and transformations. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.

 

Greer, R. Douglas., & Du, L. (2015). Experience and the onset of the capability to learn the names of things by exclusion. The Psychological Record. DOI 10.1007/s40732-014-0111-2.

 

Kuhn, Deanna., & Moore, W. (2015).  Argument as core curriculum.  Learning: Research and Practice, 1, 66-78.

 

Kuhn, Deanna., Ramsey, S., & Arvidsson, T.S. (2015).  Developing multivariable thinkers. Cognitive Development, 35, 92-110.

 

Kuhn, Deanna. (2015). Thinking together and alone. Educational Researcher, 44, 46-53.

 

Wu, J. S. & Lee, Joey. J. (2015). Climate change games as tools for education and engagement. Nature Climate Change, 5(1), 413-418.

 

Lena, Jennifer, C. (2015).  Culture, production of: prospects for the twenty-first century. In J. Wright (Ed.), International encyclopedia of the social and behavioral sciences (2nd ed, pp. 608-613). Amsterdam: Elsevier.

 

Lena, Jennifer C., & Johnston, E. (2015). U.S. cultural engagement with global Muslim communities: contours and connections in an emerging field. Grantmakers in the Arts Reader. 26(1), 9-13.

 

Leone, D., & Levy, Erika. S. (2015). Children's perception of conversational and clear American-English vowels in noise. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 58, 213-226.

 

Neumann, Anna., & Pallas, Aaron. (2015). Critical policy analysis, the craft of qualitative research, and analysis of data on the Texas top 10% law.  In A. Martinez Aleman., B. Pusser & E. M. Bensimon. (Eds.), Critical approaches to the study of higher education (pp. 153-173). Baltimore, MD:  Johns Hopkins University Press, 2015,

 

Purpura, James., E., Brown, J. D., & Schoonen, R. (2015). Improving the validity of quantitative measures in applied language research. Language Learning, 65(1), pp. 36-73.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Public Communication:

 

Jennifer Lena participated on the program committee at the 2015 Experience Music Project Pop Music Conference.

 

Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts:

 

New grant monies

Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant

A.Lin Goodwin

Independent Sector Faculty and Staff Development

Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities

$ 15,000


Ellen Meier


Tactile Text and Graphics Printer


ELIA Life Technology, Inc.


$ 75,000


Ellen Meier


Peer-led Team Learning


City College of New York


$ 19,398


Douglas Ready


Teach to One: Math


New Classrooms Innovation Partners


$ 349,707

 

Elizabeth Willen

 

Research on Education

 

The Spencer Foundation

 

$ 75,000

Renewal grant monies

Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant

Joseph Ciccolo

Efficacy of Resistance Training as an Aid to Smoking Cessation Treatment

National Institutes of Health

$ 504,468

 

 

Supplement grant monies

Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant

Jeffrey Henig

Collective Impact Initiatives

The Wallace Foundation

$ 121,000

Helena Verdeli

Integrated Innovations in Global Mental Health

Partners in Health

$ 8,000

Priscilla Wohlstetter

Survey Research Initiative

Various

$ 1,840

 

Faculty News & Notes

April 2015 __________________________________________________________

Faculty Awards & Honors:

John Allegrante has been elected a Fellow of the Society of Behavioral Medicine in recognition

of outstanding contributions to the advancement of the science and practice of behavioral

medicine.

Kevin Dougherty has been selected for a Fulbright U.S. Scholar grant to do research at

Birkbeck College, University of London, in spring 2016.

A. Lin Goodwin has been selected as the 2015 recipient of the Distinguished Scholar Award by

the Research on the Education of Asian Pacific Americans SIG of the American Educational

Research Association.

Matthew Johnson has been selected as co-Program Chair of the 2016 National Council on

Measurement in Education (NCME) annual meeting.

Janet Miller will receive the Mary Anne Raywid Award from the Society of Professors of

Education, an affiliate of AERA and founded by John Dewey.

Ernest Morrell delivered the Harvard Graduate School of Education Dean’s Distinguished Lecture entitled “Critical media pedagogy: teaching for achievement in city schools” at Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

Douglas Ready has been chosen as an Outstanding Reviewer for 2014 for Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis (EEPA)

Derald Wing Sue was awarded the American Psychological Foundation APF 2015 Gold Medal for Life Achievement in Psychology in the Public Interest at the American Psychological Association Convention in Toronto, Canada.

Faculty Publications of Books and Refereed Journal Articles:

Shapiro, M. Lai, S., & Anderson, O. Roger. (2014). Assessment of a novel training module for child abuse reporting and recognition in dental education. Journal of Dental Education. 78, 1167-1175.

Anderson, O. Roger. (2014). Microbial communities in terrestrial moss (Bryophyta): structure, function and ecological significance. In J. Mohamed Moss (Ed.). Classification, development and growth and functional role in ecosystems (pp. 1-24, 278). New York: Nova Publishers. Anderson, O. Roger. (2014) The role of soil microbial communities in soil carbon processes and the biogeochemical carbon cycle. In A. Margit (Ed.). Soil Carbon: Types, Management Practices and Environmental Benefits. New York.: Nova Publishers.

Anderson, O. Roger. (2014). Microbial communities associated with tree bark foliose lichens: A perspective on their microecology. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology. 61, 364–370.

Tekle, Y., Anderson. O. Roger., & Lecky. A. F. (2014). Evidence of parasexual activity in "asexual amoebae" Cochliopodium spp. (Amoebozoa): extensive cellular and nuclear fusion.

Protist. (165), 676-87. DOI: 10.1016/j.protis.2014.07.008

Juhl. A, & Anderson, O. Roger. (2014). Geographic variability in amoeboid protists and other microbial groups in the water column of the lower Hudson River Estuary (New York,
USA). Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 151, 45-53.

Bailey, Thomas. R., Smith Jaggars, S., & Jenkins, D. (2015). Redesigning America’s community colleges: A clearer path to student success. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press.

Baker, Ryan.S., Siemens, G. (2014). Educational data mining and learning analytics. In K. Sawyer (Ed.), The Cambridge Handbook of the Learning Sciences, pp. 253-274.

Bowers, Alex. J. (2015). Voter’s role in deciding school facility issues. UCEA Review, 56(1) 20- 2.

Burke, Warner., & Noumair, Debra. (2015). Organization development: A process of learning and changing (3rd ed.).Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education, Inc.

Gray, H.L, Contento, Isobel, R., Koch, Pamela.A. (2015). Linking implementation process to intervention outcomes in a middle school obesity prevention curriculum, choice, control and change. Health Educ. Res. 30(2), 248-261.

Cortina, Regina., Makar, C. & Mount-Cors, M. F. (2015). Dual language as a social movement: putting languages on a level playing field. Current Issues in Comparative Education, 17(1), 5- 16.

Bleyenheuft Y, Gordon, Andrew. M. (2014). Hand-arm bimanual intensive therapy including lower extremities (HABIT-ILE) for children with cerebral palsy. Physical Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics. 34(4), 390-403.

Ferre, C.L., Brandão, M., Hung, YC., Carmel, JB., Gordon, Andrew. M. (2015). Feasibility of caregiver-directed home-based hand-arm bimanual intensive training: A brief report. Developmental Neurorehabilitation, 18, 69-74.

Gelkop, N, Gol Burshtein, D, Lahav, A, Brezner, A, AL-Oraibi, S, Ferre,CL, Gordon, Andrew. M. (2015). Efficacy of constraint-induced movement therapy and bimanual training in
children with hemiplegic cerebral palsy in an educational setting. Physical & Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics, 35, 24-39.

Jochum, Richard. (Ed.). (2015). Doing and undergoing. Annandale, NJ: Ragged Sky Press. Jochum, Richard. (2015). The blanket project, Exhibition Catalog. New York.
Jochum, Richard. (2015). Artists as educators, Exhibition E-Catalog. New York.

Lena, Jennifer C., Johnston, E. (2015). U.S. cultural engagement with global Muslim communities: contours and connections in an emerging field. Grantmakers in the Arts Reader. 26(1), 9-13.

Levin, Henry., Belfield, C. (2015). Guiding the development and use of cost-effectiveness in education. Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness, 0, 1-19.

Levin, Henry. (2015, March). The importance of adaptability for the 21st century, Society, 52(2)

Martínez-Roldán, Carmen. M. (2015). Translanguaging practices as mobilization of linguistic

resources in a Spanish/English bilingual after-school program: an analysis of

contradictions. International Multilingual Research Journal, 9, 43-58. DOI:

10.1080/19313152.2014.982442

Varelas, M., Settlage, J., & Mensah, Felicia. M. (2015). Explorations of the structure–agency dialectic as a tool for framing equity in science education. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 52(4), 439-447.

Miles, R. L., Slagter Van Tryon, P., & Mensah, Felicia. M. (2015). Mathematics and science teachers’ professional development with local businesses to introduce middle and high school students to opportunities in STEM careers. The Science Educator, 24(1), 1-11.

Miller, Lisa. (2015). The spiritual child: The new science of parenting for health and lifelong

thriving. New York, NY: St. Martin’s Press.

Morrell, Ernest., & Scherff, L. (Eds.). (2015). New directions in teaching English:

reimagining teaching, teacher Education, and research. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.

Morrell, Ernest. (2015). Powerful English at NCTE yesterday, today, and tomorrow: Toward

the next movement. Research in the Teaching of English, 49 (3), 307-327.

de los Rios, C., Lopez, J., & Morrell, Ernest. (2015). Toward a critical pedagogy of race: ethnic studies and literacies of power in high school classrooms. Race and Social Problems, 7(1), 84- 96.

Purpura, James., E., Brown, J. D., & Schoonen, R. (2015). Improving the validity of

quantitative measures in applied language research. Language Learning, 65(1), pp. 36-73.

Purpura, James. (2014). Cognition and language assessment. In A. J. Kunnan (Ed.),

Companion to Language Assessment (pp. 1452-1476). Oxford, UK: John Wiley & Sons.

Schmidt, Sandra. J. (2015). A queer arrangement of school: using spatiality to understand inequity. Journal of Curriculum Studies, 47(2), 253-273.

Schmidt, Sandra. J. (2015). Decelerating and demystifying the path toward global social studies education. Theory and Research in Social Education, 43(1), 140-146.

Sealey-Ruiz, Yolanda., & Greene, P. (2015). Popular visual images and the (mis)reading of

Black male youth: A case for racial literacy in urban preservice teacher education. The

International Journal of Teaching Education. 26(1). DOI: 10.1080/10476210.2014997702.

Sealey-Ruiz, Yolanda. & Johnson-Bailey, J. (2015). Mentoring while black and female: The

gendered literacy phenomenon of black women mentors. In Ntiri, D. (Ed.), Literacy as gendered

discourse. New York: Information Age Publishing.

Sue, Derald. W. (2015). Race talk and the conspiracy of silence: understanding and facilitating difficult dialogues on race. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley Publishers

Sue, Derald. W. (2015). Therapeutic harm and cultural oppression. The Counseling Psychologist, 43, 359-369.

Reddington, E., & Waring, Hansun. Zhang. (2015). Understanding the sequential resources for

doing humor in the language classroom. Humor: International Journal of Humor

Research, 28(1), 1-23. [with TC doctoral student].

Waring. Hansun. Zhang. (2015). Promoting self-discovery in the language

classroom. International Review of Applied Linguistics (IRAL), 53(1), 61-85.

Yorks, Lyle., & Barto, J. (2015). Workplace, organizational, and societal: three domains of

learning for 21st-century cities. In L. Scott (Ed.), Learning Cities for Adult Learners. New

Directions for Adult and Continuing Education (pp. 35-44). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Pubic Communication:

Bowers, Alex. J. (2015). Voter’s role in deciding school facility issues. UCEA Review, 56(1) 20- 21. http://3fl71l2qoj4l3y6ep2tqpwra.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/wp- content/uploads/2013/11/UCEAReviewWinter_Web011615.pdf

Koch, Pamela. (2015, March). Don't let food industry stir the pot. HuffPost, Politics. Retrieved from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/pam-koch/dont-let-food-industry-stir-the- pot_b_6924808.html

Koch, Pamela. Uno C, Graziose M. (2015, March). Just say yes to sustainability in the dietary guidelines. HuffPost, Politics. Retrieved from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/pam-koch/just- say-yes-to-sustainability-in-the-dietary-guidelines_b_6909428.html

Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts:

New grant monies

Project Director Thomas Bailey

Thomas Bailey

Peter Bergman

Alex Bowers

Herbert Ginsburg

Project Title
City Colleges of Chicago Pathway Analytics: Charting Student Pathways to Improve College and Career Outcomes

Kentucky EPIC Learning on Demand Consortium TAACCCT Project Evaluation

Improving School Choice through Informed Residential Choice: Evidence from a Large-Scale Randomized Trial

EAGER: Elaborating Data Intensive Research Methods through Researcher- Practitioner Partnerships

Development and Research in Early Mathematics Education

Grantor The Kresge Foundation

Hazard Community and Technical College

The Walton Family Foundation, Inc.

SRI International

Stanford University

Grant $ 350,000

$ 267,312

$ 5,077

$ 80,000

$ 250,511

Andrew Gordon Anand Marri

Patricia Martinez- Alvarez

Ellen Meier

Ellen Meier Ellen Meier

Oren Pizmony- Levy

Gita Steiner- Khamsi

Nancy Streim

Ruth Vinz

Neural Predictors of Hand Therapy Efficacy in Children with Cerebral Palsy

The New Public

Clinically-rich Intensive Teacher Institute in Bilingual Education and English as a Second Language

Math for All: Accessing the Efficacy of a Professional Development Program for Elementary Schools

LightSail Evaluation
New Haven Professional Development

Global Survey of NGOs Serving LGBT Y outh

SDC Evaluation of Basic Education

Attendance Improvement and Drop-out Prevention at PS 154

Student Achievement in Literacy

Burke Medical Research Institute

Poses Family Foundation

State of New York Department of Education

Education Development Center

LightSail Inc.

New Haven Board of Education

Arcus Foundation

Swiss Confederation, the Federal Dept of Foreign Affairs

United Way of New York City

Yonkers School District

$ 105,818 $ 15,000 $ 108,280

$ 41,680

$ 31,673 $ 42,900

$ 50,000

$ 191,448

$ 266,144 $ 15,000

Renewal grant monies

Project Director

Catherine Crowley

Anand Marri Ellen Meier

Project Title

Work in Bolivia and Ghana with Disabled Children

Understanding Fiscal Responsibility

Center for Technology and School Change

Grantor Grant

The Wyncote Foundation
Peter G. Peterson Foundation

City of Yonkers

$ 135,000 $ 30,000 $ 15,000

Mariana Souto- Manning

Project Director

Jeanne Brooks- Gunn

Lisa Miller

Combined Priority for Personnel Development

Project Title

Evaluating the Impact of Rental Assistance Demonstration on Public Housing Communities

Spirituality in Adolescence

United States Department of Education

Grantor

Columbia University

The Binyan Olam Trust

$ 249,842

Grant $ 27,178

$ 140,000

Supplement grant monies

Faculty News & Notes

February 2015

__________________________________________________________

 

Faculty Awards & Honors:

 

Judith Burton has been selected by theNational Art Education Association to receive the Eisner Lifetime Achievement Award.

 

Michelle Knight has been selected as a Senior Research Fellow for the Massachusetts Institute for College and Career Readiness (MICCR).

 

Ernest Morrell received the 2014 "Outstanding Academic Title" award by Choice Magazine, a publication of the American Library Association for his book Critical Media Pedagogy.  

 

Faculty Publications of Books and Refereed Journal Articles:

 

Basch, Charles. E., Basch, C.H., Ruggles, K.V., Rajan, Sonali. (2014). Prevalence of sleep duration on an average school night among four nationally representative successive samples of American high school students, 2007 - 2013. Preventing Chronic Disease, 11:E216. PMID: 25496556.

 

Brassard, Marla. R., & Fiorvanti, C. M. (2015). School-based child abuse prevention programs. Psychology in the Schools, 52(1), 40-60. DOI:10.1002/pits.21811

 

Fiorvanti, C. M., & Brassard, Marla. R. (2014). Advancing child protection through respecting children’s rights: A shifting emphasis for school psychology. School Psychology Review, 43(4), 349-366.

 

Campbell, Corbin. M. (2015). Serving A Different Master: Assessing College Educational Quality for the Public. Higher Education: Handbook of Theory and Research, 30, 525-579.

 

O'Meara, KA, Lounder, A. & Campbell, Corbin. M. (2014). To Heaven or Hell: Sensemaking about why faculty leave. Journal of Higher Education, 85(5), 603-632.

 

Campbell, Corbin. M. & Cabrera, A. (2014). Making the Mark: Are Deep Learning and GPA Related? Research in Higher Education55, 494-507.

 

Terosky, A., O’Meara, KA, & Campbell, Corbin. M. (2014). Advancing Together: Associate Professors’ Sense of Agency in Career. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 7(1), 58-76.

 

Gao, J., & Corter, James. E. (2015).  Striving for perfection and falling short: The influence of goals in probability matching.  Memory & Cognition, DOI 10.3758/s13421-014-0500-4.

 

Edmonds, Lisa.A., Obermeyer, J., & Kernan, B. (2014). Investigation of pretreatment sentence production impairments in individuals with aphasia: Towards understanding the linguistic variables that impact generalisation in Verb Network Strengthening Treatment. Aphasiology, 

DOI: 10.1080/02687038.2014.975180

 

Cahill, C. S. & Greer, R. Douglas. (2014). Actions vs. words: How we can learn both. Acta Investigacion Psichologia, 4, 1716-1745.

 

Greer, R. Douglas., & Du, L. (2014). Experience and the onset of the capability to learn the names of things by exclusion. The Psychological Record. DOI 10.1007/s40732-014-0111-2

 

Broto,J. & Greer, R. Douglas. (2014). The effects of functional writing contingencies on second graders’ writing and responding accurately to mathematical algorithms. The Behavioral Development Bulletin, 19 (1), 7- 23.

 

Hafeli, Mary. (2014). Servant leadership in the creative academy. Visual Inquiry: Learning and Teaching Art, 3(3).

 

Maulucci Rivera, M.S., & Mensah, Felicia. M. (2015).  Naming ourselves and others.  Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 52(1), 1-5.

 

Nadelstern, Eric. (2014). Inquiry learning at the international high school at LaGuardia Community College.  In  Paul Jablon, (Ed.), The synergy of inquiry: Engaging students in deep learning across the content areas. Huntington Beach, CA: Shell Publishers.

 

Sue, Derald. W. (2015).  Race Talk and the Conspiracy of Silence. Understanding and Facilitating Difficult Dialogues on Race. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

 

Sue, D., Sue, Derald. W., Sue, D. M., & Sue, S. (2016). Understanding abnormal behavior (11th ed.). Stamford, CT: Cengage.

 

Wasserman, Nicholas., & Rossi, D. (2015). Mathematics and science teachers’ use of and confidence in empirical reasoning: Implications for STEM teacher preparation. School Science and Mathematics Journal, 115(1), pp. 22-34.

 

Karp, A., & Wasserman, Nicholas. (2014). Mathematics in middle and secondary schools: A problem solving approach. Charlotte, NC: Information Age.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts:

 

New grant monies

Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant


Ryan Baker


Collaborative Research: Modeling Social Interaction and Performance in STEM Learning


Educational Testing Services


$ 185,320


Alex Bowers

 


Developing a Longitudinal School District Effectiveness Identification System in Idaho


Education Northwest

 

 

 


$ 73,930

 

 

 


Judith Scott-Clayton

 


Financial Aid, Debt Management and Socio-Economic Outcomes


Spencer Foundation


$ 50,000

 

 

Supplement grant monies

Project Director

Project Title

Grantor

Grant

Ryan Baker

Automated Detectors Learning

United States Army

$ 117,338

Jeffrey Henig

Understanding Collective Impact: A Comparative Study of Collaboration for Change

The Wallace Foundation

$ 46,000

 

Faculty News & Notes

January 2014 __________________________________________________________

Faculty Awards & Honors:

Lesley Bartlett was named to the Advisory Board for Anthropology and Education Quarterly.

Mary Hafeli has been appointed associate chair of the Research Commission of the National Art Education Association. Her two-year term will begin in March 2014, followed by another two-

year appointment as chair.

Joey Lee’s NSF-funded Greenify project was selected as one of the winners of the Columbia Business School Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition.

James Purpura is currently the editor of Language Assessment Quarterly.

The Mariana Souto-Manning Teacher Scholarship was established by the Early Childhood Education Assembly of NCTE (National Council of Teachers of English). This yearly scholarship will be awarded to an early childhood teacher who is committed to honoring diversities and engages in equitable practices.

Faculty Publications of Books and Refereed Journal Articles:

Porayska-Pomsta, K., Mavrikis, M., D'Mello, S., Conati, C., Baker, Ryan. (2013.). Knowledge elicitation methods for affect modeling in education. International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education, 22(3), 107-140.

Rodrigo, M.M.T., Baker, Ryan., Rossi, L. (2013.). Student off-task behavior in computer-based learning in the Philippines: Comparison to prior research in the USA. Teachers College Record, 115(10), 1-27.

Baker, Ryan. (2013). Learning, schooling, and data analytics. In Murphy, M., Redding, S., & Twyman, J. (Eds.), Handbook on innovations in learning for states, districts, and schools. (pp.179-190). Philadelphia, PA: Center on Innovations in Learning.

Gowda, S.M., Baker, Ryan, Corbett, A.T., & Rossi, L.M. (2013). Towards automatically detecting whether student learning is shallow. International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in

Education, 23(1), 50-70.

Gobert, J.D., Sao Pedro, M., Raziuddin, J., & Baker, Ryan. (2013). From log files to assessment metrics: Measuring students' science inquiry skills using educational data mining. Journal of the Learning Sciences, 22(4), 521-563.

Baker, Ryan, Hershkovitz, A., Rossi, L.M., Goldstein, A.B., & Gowda, S.M. (2013). Predicting robust learning with the visual form of the moment-by-moment learning curve. Journal of the Learning Sciences, 22(4), 639-666.

Basch, Charles H., & Rajan, Sonali. (2013). Marketing strategies and warning labels on children’s toothpaste. In press at Journal of Dental Hygiene.

Basch, Charles H., Ethan, D., Rajan, Sonali., Kozlowsky, S., & Basch, C.E. (2013). Helmet use among riders using the Citi Bike bicycle-sharing program: A pilot study in New York City. In press at Journal of Community Health.

Ethan, D., Basch, Charles H., Rajan, Sonali., Samuels, L., & Hammond, R. (2013). Nutrition content analysis of grocery store circulars in low- versus high-income neighborhoods in New York City. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 11(1), 537-547.

Castro, M., Block, Caryn., Ferraris, D. & Roberson, Loriann. (2013). Was my social identity just threatened? Making meaning of gendered cues in STEM academe. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings,1. doi:10.5465/AMBPP.2013.119

Borland, James. (2014). Miriam L. Goldberg: A scholar of the first rank. In A. Robinson & J. Jolly (Eds.), A century of contributions to gifted education: Illuminating lives (pp. 202-219). New York: Routledge.

Barnett, B.G., Shoho, A.R., & Bowers, Alex. (Eds.). (2013). School and district leadership in an era of accountability (International research on school leadership). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing Inc.

Bowers, Alex., & Lee, J. (2013). Carried or defeated? Examining the factors that predict school district bond elections in Texas, 1998-2009. Educational Administration Quarterly, 49(5), 732-

767. doi: 10.1177/0013161X13486278
Cortina, Regina. (2014). The education of indigenous citizens in Latin America. Bristol, UK:

Multilingual Matters.

Drago-Severson, Eleanor., Maslin-Ostrowski, P., & Hoffman, A. (2013). In one voice: Aspiring and practicing school leaders embrace the need for a more integrated approach to leadership preparation and development. International Journal for Adult Vocational Education and Technology, 4, 1-35.

Maslin-Ostrowski, P., & Drago-Severson, Eleanor. (2013). Learning to lead: A window into the nature of leaders’ work challenges. In V.C. X. Wang (Ed.), Handbook of research on teaching and learning in K-20 education, (chapter 3, pp. 33-49). IGI Global.

Erickson, Ansley. (2013). Historical research and the problem of categories: Reflections on 10,000 digital notecards. In J. Dougherty & K. Nawrotzki (Eds.), Writing history: How historians research, write, and publish in the digital age. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. Retrieved from http://www.digitalculture.org/books/writing-history-in-the-digital-age/

Friedrich, Daniel. (2013). Democratic education as a curricular problem. Historical consciousness and the moralizing limits of the present. New York: Routledge.

Friedrich, Daniel. (2014). “We brought it upon ourselves”: University-based teacher education

and the emergence of boot-camp-style routes to teacher certification. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 22(2). Retrieved fromhttp://epaa.asu.edu/ojs/article/view/1193

Goulding, C., Walter, M., & Friedrich, Daniel. (2013). Pedagogy, torture, exhibition: A curricular palimpsest. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 10(2), 158-176.

Gaudelli, William. (2013). Critically theorizing the global. Theory and Research in Social Education, 41(4), 552-565.

Crajé, C, Santello, M, & Gordon, Andrew. (2013). Effects of visual cues of object density on perception and anticipatory control of dexterous manipulation. PLoS One 8(10).
doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0076855

Gordon, Andrew, Bleyenheuft,Y,& Steenbergen, B (2013). Pathophysiology of impaired hand function in children with unilateral cerebral palsy. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 55(4), 32-37.

Steenbergen, B, Jongbloed-Pereboom, M, Spruijt, S, Gordon, Andrew. (2013). Impaired motor planning and motor imagery in children with unilateral spastic cerebral palsy: Challenges for
the future of pediatric rehabilitation. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 55(4), 43-6. doi: 10.1111/dmcn.1230

Andersen, J, Majnemer, A, O’Grady, K, & Gordon, Andrew. (2013) Intensive upper extremity training for children with hemiplegia: From science to practice. Seminars in Pediatrics 20, 100- 105.

Hafeli, Mary. (2013). Art-based methodology: Alternative forms for research on educational practice. In M. L. Buffington and S. W. McKay (Eds.), Practice Theory: Seeing the Power of Teacher Researchers. Reston, VA: National Art Education Association.

Han,

ZhaoHong . & Liu, J. (2013). Recasting the story of recasts. In L. R. Yang et al.

(Eds.), SLA Research in China (pp. 359-385). Shanghai Foreign Language Education Press.

Henig, Jeffrey. (2013). The politics of testing when measures ‘go public’. Teachers College Record, 115(9).

Knight, Michelle. (2013). Living the legacies and continuing the struggle: Immigration, PreK- 16 education, and transnationalism. Texas Education Review, 1, 225-233.

Kuhn, Deanna., Hemberger, L., & Khait, V. (2014). Argue with me: Argument as a path to developing students’ thinking and writing. Baltimore, MD: Wessex Press.

Kuhn, Deanna., Zillmer, N., Crowell, A., & Zavala, J. (2013). Developing norms of argumentation: Metacognitive, epistemological, and social dimensions of developing argumentive competence. Cognition & Instruction, 31, 456-496.

Crowell, A., & Kuhn, Deanna. (2014). Developing dialogic argumentation skills: A three-year intervention study. Journal of Cognition and Development, 15(1).

Lee, Joey. (2013). Game mechanics to promote new understandings of identity and ethnic

minority stereotypes. Digital Culture & Education, 5(2), 127-150. Retrieved from

http://www.digitalcultureandeducation.com/cms/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/lee.pdf

Levin, Henry. (2013). The importance of educational adaptability. In The harmony of

civilization and prosperity for all (Selected papers of Beijing forum 2012) (pp. 94-116). Peking:

Peking University Press.

Neumann, Anna. (2014). Staking a claim on learning: What we should know about learning in

higher education, and why. Review of Higher Education, 37,(2), 249-267.

Purpura, James. (2013). Cognition and language assessment. In A. Kunnan (Ed.), Companion to language assessment. Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

Purpura, James. (2013). Assessment of grammar. In A. Kunnan (Ed.), Companion to language assessment. Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

Purpura, James. (2013). Language learner styles and strategies. In M. Celce-Murcia, D. Brinton

& A. Snow (Eds.), Teaching English as a second or foreign language (4th ed., pp. 532-549).

Boston, MA: National Geographic Learning/Cengage Learning.

Melnick, G., Wexler, H., & Rajan, Sonali. (2014). Measuring team members’ satisfaction in drug courts: An instrument to gauge the component disciplines in drug courts. In press at Drug Court Review.

Souto-Manning, Mariana. (2014). Critical narrative analysis: The interplay of critical discourse and narrative analyses. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 27(2), 159- 180.

Souto-Manning, Mariana. (2014). Family involvement: Challenges to consider, strengths to build on. In C. Copple, S. Bredekamp, D. Koralek, & K. Charner (Eds.), Developmentally appropriate practice: Focus on kindergartners. Washington, DC: National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).

Laman, T., Jewell, P. Jennings, L., Wilson, J., & Souto-Manning, Mariana. (2014). Supporting critical dialogue across educational contexts. In X. Zuniga, G. Lopez, & K. A. Ford (Eds.), Intergroup dialogue: Engaging difference, social identities and social justice. New York: Routledge.

Sue, Derald. W. (2013). Race talk: The psychology of racial dialogues. American Psychologist, 68, 663-672.

Waring, Hansun. Zhang. (2014). Turn allocation and context: Broadening participation in the

second language classroom. In J. Flowerdew (Ed.), Discourse in context: Contemporary applied linguistics Volume 3 (pp. 301-320). London: Bloomsbury Publishing.

Waring, Hansun. Zhang., Creider, S., & Box, C. (2013). Explaining vocabulary in the language classroom. Learning, Culture and Social Interaction, 2, 249-264. [with TC doctoral students]

Box, C., Creider, S., & Waring, Hansun. Zhang. (2013). Talk in the second and foreign language classroom: A review of the literature. Contemporary Foreign Language Studies, 396/12, 82-93. [with TC doctoral students]

Wasserman, Nicholas., & Stockton, J. (2013). Horizon content knowledge in the work of teaching: A focus on planning. For the Learning of Mathematics, 33(3), pp. 20-22.

Wasserman, Nicholas., & Ham, E. (2013). Beginning teachers’ perspectives on attributes for teaching secondary mathematics: Reflections on teacher education. Mathematics Teacher Education and Development, 15(2), pp. 70-96.

Wasserman, Nicholas. (2013). Introducing algebraic structures through solving equations: Vertical content knowledge for K-12 mathematics teachers. PRIMUS. (Online first) doi: 10.1080/10511970.2013.857374.

Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts:

New grant monies

Project Director Project Title

Thomas Bailey Finish Faster: Guided Pathways to Completion

Grantor Grant

Complete College $ 997,100 America

Karen Froud

William Gaudelli

Herbert Ginsburg

Thomas Hatch

Sharon Lynn Kagan

Sharon Lynn Kagan

Oren Pizmony- Levy

Neural Correlates of Speech-Sound Representation in Children with Childhood Apraxia of Speech

Global Competency Certification Program

Development and Evaluation of a Suite of Interactive Mathematics Storybooks for Young Children, Their Teachers, Their Parents

Documenting Instructional Uses of Performance Assessments Used as part of the Teacher Evaluation System in New York City

Setting the Stage for Common Standards: A Plan for Analysis of Selected States

Institutional Framework of Early Childhood Development Policies and Programs in Latin America and the Caribbean

Sensitization, Protection and Adjudication Training on Refugees Fleeing Persecution Based on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

Childhood Apraxia of Speech Association

World Savvy Inc.

Heising-Simons Foundation

City of New York

Build, Third Sector

The Inter-American Development Bank

United States Department of State

$ 50,000

$ 19,499

$ 335,050

$ 75,000

$ 122,500

$ 144,890

$ 41,400

Celia Oyler

Nancy Streim

Helena Verdeli

Exploratory Intersections of Language, Culture and Society in Education through a Case Study of Kenya and Tanzania

21st Century Community Learning Centers

Evaluation a Comprehensive Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Services for Vulnerable Refugees

United States Department of Education

State of New York Education Department

United States Department of State

Grantor

City University of New York

Columbia University

United States Department of Education

The Rockefeller Foundation

Peter G. Peterson Foundation

State of New York Education Department

Grantor

$ 70,000

$1,173,000

$ 52,681

Grant
$ 63,000

$ 16,725

$1,150,314

$ 114,378

$ 123,000

$ 199,990

Grant

Renewal grant monies

Project Director

Thomas Bailey

Charles Basch

A. Lin Goodwin

Nancy Lesko

Anand Marri

Ellen Meier

Project Title

Bronx Community College Seminar Evaluation

Text Messaging to Reduce Early Discontinuation of Adjuvant Hormonal Therapy in Breast Cancer: Randomized Trial

Teaching Residents

Development of an Effective Innovation Toolkit through Curriculum Design

Understanding Fiscal Responsibility

Teacher Leader Quality Partnerships Program

Supplemental grant monies

Project Director Project Title

Catherine Crowley

Victoria Marsick

Ellen Meier

Eastern Suffolk Schools

Newmont Coaching Certification

Center for Technology and School Change

Eastern Suffolk BOCES

Various

City of Yonkers

$ 9,600

$ 17,900

$ 125,567

Faculty News & Notes

December 2014 __________________________________________________________

Faculty Awards & Honors:

Joseph Ciccolo was recently honored to become a new member of the Editorial Board for

American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine.

Luciana de-Oliveira delivered two plenary presentations focused on the Common Core State

Standards and English language learners at the California TESOL and Louisiana TESOL annual

conventions in October and November.

Janet L. Miller delivered a Keynote Address, "Expanding Possibilities: Honoring Maxine Greene's Influences on Curriculum Theorizing," at the 35th Annual Bergamo Conference on Curriculum Theory and Classroom Practice, October 2014.

Anna Neumann has been appointed to a two-year term on the Midcareer Grant Program Review

Panel of the Spencer Foundation.

Faculty Publications of Books and Refereed Journal Articles:

Roll, I., Baker, Ryan, S.J.d., Aleven, V., Koedinger, K.R. (2014, November). On the benefits of

seeking (and avoiding) help in online problem-solving environments. Journal of the Learning Sciences, 23(4), 537-560.

Block Caryn. J. (2014). The impact of color-blind racial ideology on maintaining racial disparities in organizations. In H.A. Neville, M.E. Gallardo & Derald Wing Sue (Eds.), What Does it Mean to be Color-Blind? Manifestation, Dynamics, and Impact (pp.263-286). American Psychological Association.

Drago-Severson, Eleanor., Roy, P., & von Frank, V. (2014). Reach the highest standard in professional learning: Learning designs. Thousand Oaks: Corwin/Sage Press and Learning Forward.

Drago-Severson, Eleanor. (2014, October-December). “My turn”: Women’s goals and motivations in a diploma program—A constructive-developmental approach. International Journal for Adult Vocational Education and Technology (IJAVET), 5(4), 1-19.

Drago-Severson, Eleanor., & Blum-DeStefano, J. (2014, December). Tell me so I can hear: A developmental approach to feedback and collaboration. Journal of Staff Development, 35(6), 16- 12.

Maffei-Lewis, J., Singer-Dudek, Jessica., & Keohane, D. D. (2014). The effects of the establishment of adult faces and/or voices as conditioned reinforcers for children with ASD and related disorders. Acta de Investigacion Psicologica (Psychological Research
Records), 4(3), 1621-1641.

Goodwin, A. Lin., Smith, L., Souto-Manning, Mariana., Cheruvu, R., Reed, R., Tan, M., & Traveras, L. (2014). What should teacher educators know and be able to do?: Perspectives from practicing teacher educators. Journal of Teacher Education, 65(4), 284–302.

Hafeli, Mary. (2014). Exploring studio materials: Teaching creative art making to children. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Turkay, S., & Kinzer, Charles. K. (2014). The effects of avatar-based customization on identification and empathy. International Journal of Gaming and Computer-Mediated Simulations, 6(1), 1-26.

Weishaar, T. & Rajan, Sonali. (2014, November). Importance of body weight and skin color in determining appropriate vitamin D3 supplement doses for children and adolescents. Pediatric Research, 76. doi: 10.1038/pr.2014.190.

Rebell, Michael. (2014). Poverty, educational achievement, and the role of the courts. New England Journal of Public Policy. 26(1), 1-11.

Silverman, Stephen. (2014). Case studies. In D.C. Phillips (Ed.), Encyclopedia of educational theory and philosophy (Vol. 1, pp. 104-106). Los Angeles, CA: Sage.

Mercier, K., & Silverman, Stephen. (2014). High school students’ attitudes toward fitness testing. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 33, 269-281.

Silverman, Stephen., Kulinna, P.H., & Phillips, S.R. (2014). Physical education pedagogy faculty perceptions of journal quality. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 33, 134-154.

Marttinen, R., Novak, D., & Silverman, Stephen. (2014). A review of research on teaching in physical education pedagogy 2012-2013. International Journal of Physical Education, 51(1), 2- 11.

Mercier, K., & Silverman, Stephen. (2014). Validation of an instrument to measure high school students’ attitudes toward fitness testing. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 85, 81-89.

Rasmussen, J., Scrabis-Fletcher, K., & Silverman, Stephen. (2014). Relationships among tasks, time and practice in elementary physical education. The Physical Educator, 71, 156-173.

Souto-Manning, Mariana. (Ed.). (2014). Diverse learners in diverse times. Contemporary

Issues in Early Childhood, 15(2). 88-93.
Souto-Manning, Mariana. (2014). Making a stink about the “ideal” classroom: Theorizing and

storying conflict in early childhood education. Urban Education, 49(6), 607–634. Souto-Manning, Mariana. (2014). Situating diverse learners in diverse times. Contemporary

Issues in Early Childhood, 15(2), 88-93.
Kang, S., Tversky, Barbara., & Black, John. (2014). Coordinating Gesture, word and diagram:

Explanations for experts and novices. Spatial Cognition and Computation, 15, 1-26 Nakamura, Y.T., Barton, J., & Yorks, Lyle. (2014). Building social capital for leaders: The

importance of trusting and diverse networks. Developing Leaders Quarterly, 17, 40-47.

Public Communications:

Nadelstern, Eric. (2014, October, 9). How to effectively participate in parent-teacher conferences. Noodle.com. Retrieved from http://www.noodle.com/u/usLnF/eric-nadelstern

Nadelstern, Eric. (2014, October, 19). Leadership matters. Noodle.com. Retrieved from http://www.noodle.com/u/usLnF/eric-nadelstern

Nadelstern, Eric. (2014, October, 30). Are charter schools public
schools? Noodle.com. Retrieved from http://www.noodle.com/u/usLnF/eric-nadelstern

Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts:

New grant monies

Project Director A. Lin Goodwin

Alex Bowers

Project Title
Teacher Residents at Teachers College 2

Collaborative Proposal: A Data-Intensive Exploration of the Links Between SES and STEM Learning Outcomes

Grantor

United States Department of Education

Duke University

Grant $1,000,516

$ 25,162

Edmund Gordon A Study Group on Diversity, Equity and Excellence in Achievement and

Assessment in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Education

Supplement grant monies

Project Director Project Title

Andrew Gordon Collaborative Research: Sensory Integration and Sensorimotor

Transformation for Dexterous Manipulation

National Science Foundation

Grantor

National Science Foundation

$ 300,000

Grant $ 106,605

Faculty News & Notes

November 2014 __________________________________________________________

Faculty Awards & Honors:

Ansley Erickson

has been appointed to the editorial board of the History of Education Quarterly

beginning January 2015.

Andrew Gordon delivered an invited talk on State-of-the-Science and Treatment Decisions in

Cerebral Palsy, directing research priorities at the National Institutes of Health, November 12,

2014.

Jennifer Lena will be one of the series editors of Culture and Economic Life published by

Stanford University Press.

Detra Price-Dennis is the recipient of the 2014 Janet Emig Award for Exemplary Scholarship

for her article, “Urban Fiction and Multicultural Literature as Transformative Tools for Preparing

English Teachers for Diverse Classrooms,” co-authored with Marcelle Haddix, Syracuse

University, Syracuse, New York, and published in English Education (April 2013).

Faculty Publications of Books and Refereed Journal Articles:

Baker, Ryan.S., Corbett, A.T. (2014, November). Assessment of robust learning with

educational data mining. Research & Practice in Assessment, 9, 38-50.
Segal, A. , Tversky, B., & Black, John. (2014). Conceptually congruent actions can

promote thought. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 3,124-130.

Bowers, Alex. J., Shoho, A. R., & Barnett, B. G. (2014). Considering the use of data by school leaders for decision making. In Alex. J. Bowers, A. R. Shoho & B. G. Barnett (Eds.), Using Data in Schools to Inform Leadership and Decision Making (Vol. 5, pp.1-16). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Bowers, Alex. J. (2014). Bonds in school financing. In Brewer, D.J., Picus, & L.O.
(Eds.), Encyclopedia of Education Economics and Finance (pp.83-86). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Bowers, Alex. J. (2014). Student risk factors. In Brewer, D.J., & Picus, L.O.
(Eds.), Encyclopedia of Education Economics and Finance (pp. 624-627). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

de Oliveira, Luciana. C., & Iddings, J. (2014). (Eds). Genre pedagogy across the curriculum:

Theory and application in U.S. classrooms and contexts. London: Equinox Publishing. Dubin, Steven, (Winter 2014). Impersonations and revelations: Mysteries of a South African

photography studio. African Arts 47(4), 26-35.

Edmonds, Lisa. A. (2014). Tutorial for verb network strengthening treatment (VNeST): Detailed description of the treatment protocol with corresponding theoretical rationale. SIG 2 Perspectives on Neurophysiology and Neurogenic Speech and Language Disorders, 24, 78-88.

Bleyenheuft, Y1, Gordon Andrew. M. (2014, November). Hand-arm bimanual intensive therapy including lower extremities (HABIT-ILE) for children with cerebral palsy. Phys Occup Ther Pediatr, 34(4), 390-403.

Rogeman R., Knight Michelle., Taylor A. & Watson, V. (2014). From microscope to mirror: Doctoral students’ evolving positionalities through engagement with culturally sensitive research. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, doi: 10.1080/09518398.2014.974717

Lena, Jennifer. C. (2014). Making it work: The education and employment of recent arts graduates. Annual Report on the 2013 Strategic National Arts Alumni Project (SNAAP). Retrieved from http://snaap.indiana.edu/pdf/2014/SNAAP_AR_2014.pdf

Martínez-Álvarez, Patricia. (2014). Reconceptualizing what counts as language and learning in bilingual children with disabilities. The NYS TESOL Journal, 1(2), 39-58.

Martínez-Álvarez, Patricia., Bannan, B. (2014). An exploration of hybrid spaces for place- based geomorphology with Latino bilingual children. Journal of Geoscience Education, 62, 104- 117.

Torres-Guzmán, M. E., & Martínez-Álvarez, Patricia. (2014). NNS imagining a future self as teachers in bilingual education. In J. dD. Martínez Agudo, (Ed.). English as a Foreign Language: Teacher Education. The Netherlands: Editions Rodopi.

Ruggles KV, Rajan Sonali. (2014, November, 5). Gun possession among American youth: A discovery-based approach to understand gun violence. PLoS ONE 9(11): e111893. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0111893

Proctor, L. A. & Wang, Ye. (2014). Using iPads and mobile technology for children with developmental disabilities: Facilitate the language and literacy development. In N. Silton (Ed.), Recent Advances in Assistive Technology to Support Children with Developmental Disorders. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Wang, Ye. & Andrews, J. (2014). Reading and deaf individuals: Perspectives on the qualitative similarity hypothesis. American Annals of the Deaf, 159(4), pp. 319-322.

Wang, Ye. & Williams, C. (2014). Are we hammering square pegs into round holes? An investigation of the meta-analyses of reading research with students who are DHH and students who are hearing. American Annals of the Deaf, 159(4), pp. 323-345.

Wasserman, Nicholas., & Walkington, C. (2014). Exploring links between beginning UTeacher’s beliefs and observed classroom practices. Teacher Education and Practice, 27(2/3), pp. 376-401.

Wasserman, Nicholas. (2014). Bringing dynamic geometry to three dimensions: The use of SketchUp in mathematics education. In D. Polly (Ed.) Cases on Technology and Common Core Mathematics Standards (pp. 68-99). Hershey, PA: IGI-Global.

Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts:

New grant monies

Project Director Thomas Bailey

Thomas Bailey

Alex Bowers

Project Title

Non-credit Vocational Education in Community Colleges: Students, Enrollment Patterns and Academic Outcomes

Driving College Completion and Enhancing Equity via Transfer Pathways

Collaborative Proposal: A Data- Intensive Exploration of the Links Between SES and STEM Learning Outcomes

Grantor

Association for Institutional Research

The Aspen Institute

Duke University

Grantor

New York University through The National Institute of Health

Grant $ 39,997

$ 380,315

$ 25,162

Grant $ 13,400

Supplement grant monies

Project Director Project Title

John Allegrante Tailored Sleep Health Education: A Community Based Approach

Thomas Bailey

Priscilla Wolhstetter

Priscilla Wolhstetter

Improving Student Performance Charter School Diversity

Survey Research Institute

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

Various Various

$ 328,955 $ 1,500

$ 850

Faculty News & Notes

September 2014 __________________________________________________________

Faculty Awards & Honors:

Ryan Baker
William Gaudelli was named a Research Fellow of the Centre for Governance and Citizenship

at The Hong Kong Institute of Education.

received the Attendee Choice Award for Most Original Research at the 10th

Annual

Games+Learning+Society

Conference Poster Session, 2014.

Gordon, Andrew was the keynote speaker at the September 2014 American Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine, San Diego, CA.

Gordon, Andrew was the keynote speaker at the July 2014 Early Detection and Early Neurorehabilitation in Cerebral Palsy Workshop, Vienna, Austria.

Jennifer C. Lena was appointed to the editorial board of Contemporary Sociology.

Xiaodong Lin became Zi Jiang Endowed Chair Professor and Scholar at the Shanghai Zi Jiang Corporate Foundation, East China Normal University, Shanghai, China.

Xiaodong Lin became Yellow River Endowed Professor and Scholar at Henan Province and Henan University, Kaifeng, China.

Faculty Publications of Books and Refereed Journal Articles:

Pardos, Z.A., Baker, Ryan. S., San Pedro, M.O.C.Z., Gowda, S.M., Gowda, S.M. (2014). Affective states and state tests: Investigating how affect and engagement during the school year predict end of year learning outcomes. Journal of Learning Analytics, 1 (1), 107-128.

Kathleen O’Connell received the Outstanding Career Achievement Award at the College of

Mount St. Joseph Alumni Association on June 7, 2014.

Priscilla Wohlstetter became the co-chair of the newly formed AERA SIG, Charters & School

Choice.

Allsup, Randall. E. (2014). A place for music education in the humanities. Music Educators

Journal, 100: 71-75.

Baker, Ryan.S. (2014) Educational data mining: An advance for intelligent systems in education. IEEE Intelligent Systems, 29 (3), 78-82.

DeFalco, J.A., Baker, Ryan. S., D'Mello, S.K (2014). Addressing behavioral disengagement in online learning. In Sottilare, R., Graesser, A., Hu, X., and Goldberg, B. (Eds.). Design Recommendations for Intelligent Tutoring Systems: Volume 2 - Instructional Management (Vol. 2, pp. 49-56). Orlando, Florida: U.S. Army Research Laborator.

D'Mello, S., Blanchard, N., Baker, Ryan., Ocumpaugh, J., Brawner, K. (2014). I feel your pain: A selective review of affect-sensitive instructional strategies. In Sottilare, R., Graesser, A., Hu, X., and Goldberg, B. (Eds.). Design recommendations for intelligent tutoring
systems: Volume 2 - Instructional Management (pp. 35-48). Orlando, FL: U.S. Army Research Laboratory.

Pusic

, M.V., MacDonald,, W.A. Eisman, H.O. & Black, John. (2013). Reinforcing
outpatient medical student learning using brief computer tutorials: The Patient-Teacher-Tutorial sequence. BMC Medical Education. 12, 70-79.

Lu, M.T.P., Hallman, G.L. & Black John. (2013). Chinese character learning: Using embodied animation in initial stages. Journal of Technology and Chinese Language Teaching, (4), 1-24.

Kang, S., Hallman, G.L., Son, L.K. & Black, John. (2013). The different benefits from different gestures in understanding a concept. Journal of Science Education and Technology, (22), 825- 837.

Black, John., Khan, S.A. & Huang, S.C.D.(2014). Video games as grounding experiences for learning. In F. C. Blumberg (Ed.). Learning by playing: Frontiers of videogaming in education. New York: Oxford University Press.

Vitale, J.M., Black, John., & Swart, M.I. (2014). Applying grounded coordination challenges to concrete learning materials: A study of number line estimation. Journal of Educational Psychology, 109, 403-418.

Vitale, J., Swart, M. & Black, John. (2014). Promoting the development of embodied and Integrated geometry concepts: Gestural depictions in a computer game environment. Computers and Education., 72, 231-248.

Bergeron, D.M., Ostroff, C., Schroeder, & Block, Caryn .J. (2014). The dual effects of organizational citizenship behavior: Relationships to research productivity and career outcomes in academe. Human Performance, 27, 99-128.

Bowers, Alex. J., & White, B. R. (2014). Do principal preparation and teacher qualifications influence different types of school growth trajectories in Illinois? A growth mixture model analysis. Journal of Educational Administration, 52(5), 705-736. doi: 10.1108/JEA-12-2012- 0134

Ingle, W.K., Bowers, Alex. J., Davis, T. (2014). Which school districts qualified for federal

school facility funding under ARRA? Evidence from Ohio. Journal of Education Finance, 40(1), 17-37.

Urick, A., Bowers, Alex. J. (2014) How does principal perception of academic climate measure up? The impact of principal perceptions on student academic climate and achievement in high school. Journal of School Leadership, 24(2), 386-414.

Drago-Severson, Eleanor., & Blum-DeStephano, J. (August 2014). Change no to yes: Leaders find creative ways to overcome obstacles to adult learning. The Journal of Staff Development, 35 (4), 26—29.

Drago-Severson, Eleanor., & Maslin-Ostrowski, P. (April, 2014). New mindsets: The promise of employing adult learning and developmental theories for educational leaders’ learning. In V. C. X. Wang and V. C. Bryant (Ed.). Androgogical & Pedagogical Methods for Curriculum and Program Development (pp. 195—217). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Maslin-Ostrowski. P., & Drago-Severson, Eleanor. (May 2014). Leading and learning in the digital age: Framing and understanding school leader challenges. In V. C. X. Wang
(Ed.), Encyclopedia of Education and Technology in a Changing Society. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Erickson, Ansley. (2014, May 30). Slavery and the American college: Historical entanglements that matter for understanding inequality today. Teachers College Record, www.tcrecord.org/PrintContent.asp?ContentID=17554

Bleyenheuft, Y, Gordon, Andrew. (2014). Precision grip in congenital and acquired hemiparesis: Similarities in impairments and implications for Neurorehabilitation. Frontiers in Neuroscience, doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2014.00459

Friel, KM, Kuo, HC, Carmel, JB, Gordon, Andrew. (2014). Improvements in hand function after intensive Bimanual training are not associated with corticospinal tract dysgenesis in childrenwith hemiplegic cerebral palsy. Experimental Brain Research, 232, 2001-2009.

Kolobe, TH, Christy, JB, Gannotti, ME, Heathcock, JC, Damiano, DL, Taub, E, Majsak, MJ, Gordon, Andrew, Fuchs, RK, O’Neil, ME, Caiozzo VJ. (2014). Research Summit III proceedings on dosing in children with an injured brain or cerebral palsy. Physical Therapy, 94, 907-920.

Sakzewski, L, Gordon, Andrew, Eliasson, AC (2014) The state of the evidence for intensive upper limb therapy approaches for children with unilateral cerebral palsy. Journal of Child Neurology, 11(29), 1077-1090.

Brandao, M, Ferre, CL, Kuo, H-C, Rameckers, E, Bleyenheuft, Y, Hung, Y-C, Friel, K, Gordon, Andrew. (2014). Comparison of structured skill and unstructured practice during intensive

bimanual training in children with unilateral spastic cerebral palsy. Neural Rehabilitation and Neural Repair, 28, 452-461.

Eliasson, AC, Krumlinde-Sundholm, L, Gordon, Andrew, Feys, H, Klingels, K, Aarts, P, Rameckers, E, Autti-Rämö, I, Hoare B (2014). Guidelines for future research in Constraint- induced movement therapy for children with unilateral cerebral palsy: An expert consensus. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 56(2), 125-137.

Broto, J. & Greer, R. Douglas. (2014). The Effects of Functional Writing Contingencies on Second Graders’ Writing and Responding Accurately to Mathematical Algorithms. The Behavioral Development Bulletin, 19(1), 7- 23.

Du, L. & Greer, R. Douglas. (2014). Validation of adult generalized imitation topographies and the emergence of generalized imitation in young children with autism as a function of mirror training. The Psychological Record. doi: 10. 107/s40732-0050-y

Han, ZhaoHong. (Ed.) (2014). Studies in Second Language Acquisition of Chinese. Clevedon,

UK: Multilingual Matters.

Han, ZhaoHong. & Tarone, E. (Eds.) (2014). Interlanguage: Forty Years Later. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Jahromi, Laudan. B., Guimond, A. B., Umaña-Taylor, A. J., Updegraff, K. A., & Toomey, R. B. (2014). Family context, Mexican-origin adolescent mothers’ parenting knowledge, and children’s subsequent developmental outcomes. Child Development, 85(2), 593-609.

Derlan, C. L., Umaña-Taylor, A. J., Toomey, R. B., Updegraff, K. A., Jahromi, Laudan. B., & Flores, L. I. (2014). Perceived discrimination and ethnic affirmation: Anglo culture orientation as a moderator among Mexican-origin adolescent mothers. Child Development, 8(4), 1357-1365.

Toomey, R. B., Umaña-Taylor, A. J., Williams, D., Harvey-Mendoza, E. C., Jahromi, Laudan. B., & Updegraff, K. A. (2014). The impact of Arizona's S.B. 1070 immigration law on utilization of health care and public assistance among Mexican-origin teen mothers and their mother figures. American Journal of Public Health, 104 (s1), S28 – S34.

Jochum, Richard & Zamoyta, R. (2014). Blanket Stories. Annandale. Ragged Sky Press,

Berg, A., & Mensah, Felicia. M. (2014). De-marginalizing science in the elementary classroom by coaching teachers to address perceived dilemmas. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 22(57), 1-35. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.14507/epaa.v22n57.2014

Graham, R., Zubiaurre Bitzer, L., Mensah, Felicia. M., & Anderson, Roger. (2014). Dental student perceptions of the educational value of a comprehensive, multidisciplinary
OSCE. Journal of Dental Education, 78(5), 694-702.

Mensah, Felicia. M. (2014). Using observation prompts in the urban elementary school field placement. In Yolanda. Sealey-Ruiz, C.W. Lewis, & I. Toldson (Eds.), Teacher education and black communities: Implications for access, equity and achievement, (pp. 273-279). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Miller, Janet L. (2014). Curriculum theorizing in the throes of the audit culture. Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue, 16, (1 & 2), 13–30.

Neumann, Anna., & Bolitzer, L. (2014). Finding and fostering learning: What college and university leaders need to know and what they can do. In New Directions for Higher Education, special issue on “Connecting Learning across the Institution (165th ed., Vol. 2014). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

O'Connell, Kathleen. A., Torstrick, A., & Victor, E. (2014). Cues to urinary urgency incontinence and urinary urgency: How those diagnosed with overactive bladder syndrome differ from undiagnosed persons. Journal of Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing, 41, 259-267. doi:10.1097/WON.0000000000000023

Rajan, Sonali., Namdar, R., & Ruggles, K.V. (2014). Aggressive and violent behaviors in the school environment among a nationally representative sample of adolescent youth. On-line at Journal of School Health.

Basch, C.H., Basch, Charles. E., Rajan, Sonali., & Ruggles, K.V. (2014). Use of sunscreen and indoor tanning devices among a nationally representative sample of high school students (2001 - 2011). On-line at Preventing Chronic Disease.

Aronson, I.D., Marsch, L.A., Rajan, Sonali., Koken, J., & Bania, T.C. (2014). Computer-based video to increase HIV testing among emergency department patients who decline. On-line at AIDS and Behavior.

Watson, W., Sealey-Ruiz, Yolanda., & Jackson, I. (2014). Daring to care: The role of culturally relevant care in mentoring Black and Latino male high school students. Race, Ethnicity, and Education, 1-23. doi: 10.1080/13613324.2014.911169

Sealey-Ruiz, Yolanda., Lewis, C. W., & Toldson, I. A. (2014). Teacher education and Black communities: Implications for equity, access, and achievement. New York, NY: Information Age Publishing.

Sealey-Ruiz, Yolanda., Allen, K., & Nolan, E. (2014). Invisible hands: Seeing and noticing Black and Latino male youth. In Y. Sealey-Ruiz, C. W. Lewis, & I. A. Toldson (Eds.), Teacher education and Black communities: Implications for equity, access, and achievement (pp. 99- 115). New York, NY: Information Age Publishing.

Smith, Laura. & Sandil, R. (2014). Social justice and poverty: perspectives for psychologists. In Johnson, C., Diaz, J., Franco, Z., Friedman, H., & Nastasi, B. (Eds.). Praeger Handbook for Social Justice and Psychology. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger.

Smith, Laura., Beck, K., Bernstein, E., & Dashtguard, P. (2014). Youth participatory action

research and school counseling practice: A school-wide framework for student well- being. Journal of School Counseling, 12(21). Retrieved from http://www.jsc.montana.edu/articles/v12n21.pdf

Chambers, D.A., Bratini, L., & Smith, Laura. (2014). Counseling clients living in poverty. In Sue, D.W., Gallardo, M. E., & Neville, H. (Eds.). Multicultural counseling casebook (pp. 217- 230). New York: Wiley.

Uttal, D.H., Meadow, N.G., Tipton, Elizabeth., Hand, L.L., Alden, A.R., Warren, C., & Newcombe, N.S. (2013) The malleability of spatial skills: A meta-analysis of training studies. Psychological Bulletin, 139(2), 352-402.

Waring, Hansun. Zhang. (2014). Managing control and connection in an adult ESL classroom. Research in the Teaching of English, 49(1), 52-74.

Farrell, C., Nayfack, M., Smith, J., & Wohlstetter, Priscilla. (2014). One size does not fit all:

Understanding the variation in charter management scale-up. Journal of Educational Change,

15, 77-97.

Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts:

New grant monies

Project Director Thomas Bailey

Thomas Bailey

Peter Coleman

Carey Cooper

Project Title
CAPSEE Public Conference

National Research and Development Center on Developmental Education Assessment and Instruction

The Tatweer-Teachers College Literacy Project

School Attainment Among Mayan Adolescents in Rural Guatemala

Grantor
Spencer Foundation

United States Department of Education

United States Institute of Peace

Society for Research on Adolescence

Grant $ 36,000

$2,238,038

$ 129,800

$ 7,000

Jeffrey Henig

Ellen Meier

Understanding Collective Impact: A Comparative Study of Collaboration for Change

International Program for the Development of High School Learners

MetroCiti: A Multi-Campus Institute for Improving Teaching Students' Liberal Learning in Urban Colleges and Universities

Veterans' Administration Psychometric Analysis

Media Engagement and Adolescents

Garden Curriculum Staff Development

The Wallace Foundation

Instituto de Investigacion Innovacion y Estudios de Posgrado para l Educacion

The Teagle Foundation

Veterans' Administration Medical Center

The Robert Bowne Foundation

PS 8 Parent Teacher Association

Grantor

United States Department of Health

$ 799,000

$ 304,730

Anna Neumann

$ 155,000

Sonali Rajan

Lalitha
V asudevan

Randi Wolf

$ 22,701

$ 25,000

$ 2,038

Grant $ 504,161

Renewal grant monies

Project Director Project Title

Joseph Ciccolo

Smoking Cessation Treatment

A. Lin Goodwin Teacher Opportunity Corps

Supplement grant monies

Project Director Project Title
Anand Marri Understanding Fiscal Responsibility

and Human Services

State of New York Education Department

Grantor

Peter G. Peterson Foundation

$ 6,117

Grant $ 67,000

2013-2014 Faculty News & Notes

 

Faculty Awards & Honors:

Cathy Chase was recently awarded a National Science Foundation Cyberlearning grant for her project entitled: "Developing a tutor to guide students as they invent deep principles with contrasting cases".

Steven Dubin joined the Advisory Board of the Museum of African Design in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Mariana Souto-Manning received the
Educational Studies Association (AESA) for her book: Multicultural Teaching in the Early Childhood Classroom: Strategies, Tools, and Approaches (Preschool 2nd grade.)

The University of New Orleans awarded the Distinguished Urban Educator to Mariana Souto- Manning.

Critics Choice Book Award from the American

Faculty Publications of Books and Refereed Journal Articles:

Hershkovitz, A., Baker, Ryan., Gobert, J., Wixon, M., & Sao Pedro, M. (2013). Discovery with

models: A case study on carelessness in computer-based science inquiry. American Behavioral Scientist, 57(10), 1479-1498.

Lee, D., Brooks-Gunn, Jeanne., McLanahan, S., Notterman, D., & Garfinkel, I. (2013). The Great Recession, genetic sensitivity, and maternal harsh parenting. Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences.

Mitchell, C., McLanahan, S., Brooks-Gunn, Jeanne., Garfinkel, I., Hobcraft, J., & Notterman, D. (2013). Genetic differential sensitivity to social environments: Implications for
research. American Journal of Public Health, 103, S102-S110.

Brooks-Gunn, Jeanne., Schneider, W., & Waldfogel, J. (2013). The great recession and the risk for child maltreatment. Child Abuse & Neglect. doi: 10.1016/j.chiabu.2013.08.004

Johnson, A., Martin, A., & Brooks-Gunn, Jeanne. (2013). Child-care subsidies and school readiness in kindergarten. Child Development, 84, 1806-1822.

Pahlke, E., Cooper, Carey. E., & Fabes, R. A. (2013). Classroom sex composition and first-

grade school outcomes: The role of classroom behavior. Social Science Research, 42, 1650- 1658.

Andersen, J., Majnemer, A., O’Grady, K., & Gordon, Andrew. (2013). Intensive upper extremity training for children with hemiplegia: From science to practice. Seminars in Pediatrics, 20 (2), 100-105.

Bleyenheuft, Y, Gordon, Andrew. (2013) Precision grip control, sensory impairments and their interactions in children with hemiplegic cerebral palsy: A systematic review. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 34 (9), 3014-3028.

Hung, Y-C, Gordon, Andrew. (2013) Motor learning of a bimanual task in children with unilateral cerebral palsy. Research in Developmental Disabilities 34 (9), 1891-1896.

Green, D, Schertz, M, Gordon, Andrew, Moore, A, Schejter, M, Farquharson, Y, Ben Bashat, D, Winstein, M, Lin, J-P, Fattal-Valevski, A, (2013) A multi-site study of functional outcomes following a themed approach to hand-arm bimanual intensive therapy (HABIT) for children with hemiplegia. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 55, 527–533.

Gordon, Andrew. (2013) Constraint-induced therapy and bimanual training in children with unilateral cerebral palsy. In: S. DeLuca, S. Ramey and P. Cocker-Bolt (Eds) Pediatric Constraint Induced Movement Therapy: Translating Theory into Clinical Practice. American Occupational Therapy Association. pp. 221-234.

Gordon, Andrew. (2013). Constraint-induced therapy and bimanual training in children with unilateral cerebral palsy. In S. DeLuca, S. Ramey & P. Cocker-Bolt (Eds.), Pediatric Constraint Induced Movement Therapy: Translating Theory into Clinical Practice (pp. 221-234). American Occupational Therapy Association.

Gordon, Andrew. (2013, September). Upper extremity rehabilitation in children with cerebral palsy. Temple University/Shriners Hospital Motor development research consortium, Philadelphia, PA.

Gordon, Andrew. (2013, September). Intensity matters: efficacy of intensive rehabilitation in children with cerebral palsy. , Montreal, Canada.

Gordon, Andrew. (2013, September). State of the art upper extremity rehabilitation in children with cerebral palsy. , Montreal, Canada.

Gordon, Andrew. (2013, September). Intensive rehabilitation in children with cerebral palsy. , Montreal, Canada.

Gordon, Andrew. (2013, September). Intensive camp-based models of rehabilitation in children with cerebral palsy. Intervention in cerebral palsy: evidence-based principles for management in a global perspective, Arabatska Strilka, Ukraine.

Lena, Jennifer. C., & Pachucki, M. C. (2013). The sincerest form of flattery: Innovation,

repetition, and status in an art movement. Poetics, 41(3), 236-264.

Lena, Jennifer. C., & Preston, R. A. (2013). Classification as culture: Types and trajectories of music genres. In M. Wray (Ed.), Cultural sociology: An introduction (pp. 239-267). New York: W.W. Norton & Company.

Marri, Anand., Wylie, S., Shand, R., Grolnick, M., Huth, T., & Kuklis, L. (2013). Teaching the national debt, federal budget, and budget deficit through high school civics/government
courses. Social Studies Research & Practice, 8 (2), 83-112.

Marri, Anand. (2013). Response to critics of the understanding fiscal responsibility curriculum. Social Science Docket, 13 (2), 36-37.

Dickinson, J. K., Scollan-Koliopoulos, M., Vergili, J. M., & O’Connell, Kathleen. A. (2013). The

process and rationale for an online master’s program in diabetes education and management. The

Diabetes Educator, 39, 281-288, doi: 10.1177/0145721713485643.

Aronson, I.D., Rajan, Sonali., Marsch, L.A., & Bania, T.C. (2013). Interactions between learning and HIV testing following a technology-based intervention. In press at Health Education and Behavior.

Rajan, Sonali., Basch, C.H., & Ethan, D. (2013). Observational data collection of environmental and behavioral characteristics: Strengths, limitations, and implications for health communication. In press at Journal of Mass Communication and Journalism.

Ethan, D., Basch, C.H., & Rajan, Sonali. (2013). Editorial: Promoting healthy vision in children through the use of social marketing. In press at Journal of Mass Communication and Journalism.

Souto-Manning, Mariana. (2013). On children as syncretic natives: Disrupting and moving beyond normative binaries. Journal of Early Childhood Literacy, 13 (3), 368-391.

Souto-Manning, Mariana. (2013). Teaching young children from immigrant and diverse families. Young Children, 68(4), 72-80.

Sue, Derald. W., Gallardo, M., & Neville, H. (Editors) (2014). Case studies in multicultural

counseling and therapy. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.

Waring, Hansun Zhang. (2013). Managing Stacy: A case study of turn-taking in the language

classroom. System, 41(3), 841-851.

Yorks, Lyle. & Nicolaides, A. (2013). Toward an integral approach for evolving mindsets for generative learning and timely action in the mist of ambiguity. Teachers College Record, 115(8), 1-26.

Yorks, Lyle. & Abel, A.L. (2013). Strategic talent management: Where we need to go. The Conference Board, Research Report R-1533-13-RR, New York.

Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts:

New grant monies

Project Director Project Title Pearl Kane Dual Degree

Supplemental grant monies

Grantor
Benedict Foundation

Grantor

Institute of Educational Sciences

Robert Sterling Clark Foundation City of New York Department of Education

Grant $ 25,000

Grant
$ 260,058

$ 45,000 $ 63,586

Project Director Henry Levin

Michael Rebell Ruth Vinz

Project Title

Cost Effectiveness Analysis of Educational Toolkit Development

Safeguarding Sound Basic Education Secondary Literacy Institute

 

Faculty Awards & Honors:

Lesley Bartlett was named to the Advisory Board for Anthropology and Education Quarterly.

Mary Hafeli has been appointed associate chair of the Research Commission of the National Art Education Association. Her two-year term will begin in March 2014, followed by another two- year appointment as chair.

Joey Lee’s NSF-funded Greenify project was selected as one of the winners of the Columbia Business School Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition.

James Purpura is currently the editor of Language Assessment Quarterly.

The Mariana Souto-Manning Teacher Scholarship was established by the Early Childhood Education Assembly of NCTE (National Council of Teachers of English). This yearly scholarship will be awarded to an early childhood teacher who is committed to honoring diversities and engages in equitable practices.

Faculty Publications of Books and Refereed Journal Articles:

Porayska-Pomsta, K., Mavrikis, M., D'Mello, S., Conati, C., Baker, Ryan. (2013.). Knowledge elicitation methods for affect modeling in education. International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education, 22(3), 107-140.

Rodrigo, M.M.T., Baker, Ryan., Rossi, L. (2013.). Student off-task behavior in computer-based learning in the Philippines: Comparison to prior research in the USA. Teachers College Record, 115(10), 1-27.

Baker, Ryan. (2013). Learning, schooling, and data analytics. In Murphy, M., Redding, S., & Twyman, J. (Eds.), Handbook on innovations in learning for states, districts, and schools. (pp.179-190). Philadelphia, PA: Center on Innovations in Learning.

Gowda, S.M., Baker, Ryan, Corbett, A.T., & Rossi, L.M. (2013). Towards automatically detecting whether student learning is shallow. International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in

Education, 23(1), 50-70.

Gobert, J.D., Sao Pedro, M., Raziuddin, J., & Baker, Ryan. (2013). From log files to assessment metrics: Measuring students' science inquiry skills using educational data mining. Journal of the Learning Sciences, 22(4), 521-563.

Baker, Ryan, Hershkovitz, A., Rossi, L.M., Goldstein, A.B., & Gowda, S.M. (2013). Predicting robust learning with the visual form of the moment-by-moment learning curve. Journal of the Learning Sciences, 22(4), 639-666.

Basch, Charles H., & Rajan, Sonali. (2013). Marketing strategies and warning labels on children’s toothpaste. In press at Journal of Dental Hygiene.

Basch, Charles H., Ethan, D., Rajan, Sonali., Kozlowsky, S., & Basch, C.E. (2013). Helmet use among riders using the Citi Bike bicycle-sharing program: A pilot study in New York City. In press at Journal of Community Health.

Ethan, D., Basch, Charles H., Rajan, Sonali., Samuels, L., & Hammond, R. (2013). Nutrition content analysis of grocery store circulars in low- versus high-income neighborhoods in New York City. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 11(1), 537-547.

Castro, M., Block, Caryn., Ferraris, D. & Roberson, Loriann. (2013). Was my social identity just threatened? Making meaning of gendered cues in STEM academe. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings,1. doi:10.5465/AMBPP.2013.119

Borland, James. (2014). Miriam L. Goldberg: A scholar of the first rank. In A. Robinson & J. Jolly (Eds.), A century of contributions to gifted education: Illuminating lives (pp. 202-219). New York: Routledge.

Barnett, B.G., Shoho, A.R., & Bowers, Alex. (Eds.). (2013). School and district leadership in an era of accountability (International research on school leadership). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing Inc.

Bowers, Alex., & Lee, J. (2013). Carried or defeated? Examining the factors that predict school district bond elections in Texas, 1998-2009. Educational Administration Quarterly, 49(5), 732- 767. doi: 10.1177/0013161X13486278

Cortina, Regina. (2014). The education of indigenous citizens in Latin America. Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters.

Drago-Severson, Eleanor., Maslin-Ostrowski, P., & Hoffman, A. (2013). In one voice: Aspiring and practicing school leaders embrace the need for a more integrated approach to leadership preparation and development. International Journal for Adult Vocational Education and Technology, 4, 1-35.

Maslin-Ostrowski, P., & Drago-Severson, Eleanor. (2013). Learning to lead: A window into the nature of leaders’ work challenges. In V.C. X. Wang (Ed.), Handbook of research on teaching and learning in K-20 education, (chapter 3, pp. 33-49). IGI Global.

Erickson, Ansley. (2013). Historical research and the problem of categories: Reflections on 10,000 digital notecards. In J. Dougherty & K. Nawrotzki (Eds.), Writing history: How historians research, write, and publish in the digital age. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. Retrieved from http://www.digitalculture.org/books/writing-history-in-the-digital-age/

Friedrich, Daniel. (2013). Democratic education as a curricular problem. Historical consciousness and the moralizing limits of the present. New York: Routledge.

Friedrich, Daniel. (2014). “We brought it upon ourselves”: University-based teacher education and the emergence of boot-camp-style routes to teacher certification. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 22(2). Retrieved fromhttp://epaa.asu.edu/ojs/article/view/1193

Goulding, C., Walter, M., & Friedrich, Daniel. (2013). Pedagogy, torture, exhibition: A curricular palimpsest. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 10(2), 158-176.

Gaudelli, William. (2013). Critically theorizing the global. Theory and Research in Social Education, 41(4), 552-565.

Crajé, C, Santello, M, & Gordon, Andrew. (2013). Effects of visual cues of object density on perception and anticipatory control of dexterous manipulation. PLoS One 8(10).
doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0076855

Gordon, Andrew, Bleyenheuft,Y,& Steenbergen, B (2013). Pathophysiology of impaired hand function in children with unilateral cerebral palsy. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 55(4), 32-37.

Steenbergen, B, Jongbloed-Pereboom, M, Spruijt, S, Gordon, Andrew. (2013). Impaired motor planning and motor imagery in children with unilateral spastic cerebral palsy: Challenges for
the future of pediatric rehabilitation. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 55(4), 43-6. doi: 10.1111/dmcn.1230

Andersen, J, Majnemer, A, O’Grady, K, & Gordon, Andrew. (2013) Intensive upper extremity training for children with hemiplegia: From science to practice. Seminars in Pediatrics 20, 100- 105.

Hafeli, Mary. (2013). Art-based methodology: Alternative forms for research on educational practice. In M. L. Buffington and S. W. McKay (Eds.), Practice Theory: Seeing the Power of Teacher Researchers. Reston, VA: National Art Education Association.

Han,

ZhaoHong . & Liu, J. (2013). Recasting the story of recasts. In L. R. Yang et al.

(Eds.), SLA Research in China (pp. 359-385). Shanghai Foreign Language Education Press.

Henig, Jeffrey. (2013). The politics of testing when measures ‘go public’. Teachers College Record, 115(9).

Knight, Michelle. (2013). Living the legacies and continuing the struggle: Immigration, PreK- 16 education, and transnationalism. Texas Education Review, 1, 225-233.

Kuhn, Deanna., Hemberger, L., & Khait, V. (2014). Argue with me: Argument as a path to developing students’ thinking and writing. Baltimore, MD: Wessex Press.

Kuhn, Deanna., Zillmer, N., Crowell, A., & Zavala, J. (2013). Developing norms of argumentation: Metacognitive, epistemological, and social dimensions of developing argumentive competence. Cognition & Instruction, 31, 456-496.

Crowell, A., & Kuhn, Deanna. (2014). Developing dialogic argumentation skills: A three-year intervention study. Journal of Cognition and Development, 15(1).

Lee, Joey. (2013). Game mechanics to promote new understandings of identity and ethnic

minority stereotypes. Digital Culture & Education, 5(2), 127-150. Retrieved from

http://www.digitalcultureandeducation.com/cms/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/lee.pdf

Levin, Henry. (2013). The importance of educational adaptability. In The harmony of

civilization and prosperity for all (Selected papers of Beijing forum 2012) (pp. 94-116). Peking:

Peking University Press.

Neumann, Anna. (2014). Staking a claim on learning: What we should know about learning in

higher education, and why. Review of Higher Education, 37,(2), 249-267.

Purpura, James. (2013). Cognition and language assessment. In A. Kunnan (Ed.), Companion to language assessment. Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

Purpura, James. (2013). Assessment of grammar. In A. Kunnan (Ed.), Companion to language assessment. Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

Purpura, James. (2013). Language learner styles and strategies. In M. Celce-Murcia, D. Brinton

& A. Snow (Eds.), Teaching English as a second or foreign language (4th ed., pp. 532-549).

Boston, MA: National Geographic Learning/Cengage Learning.

Melnick, G., Wexler, H., & Rajan, Sonali. (2014). Measuring team members’ satisfaction in drug courts: An instrument to gauge the component disciplines in drug courts. In press at Drug Court Review.

Souto-Manning, Mariana. (2014). Critical narrative analysis: The interplay of critical discourse and narrative analyses. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 27(2), 159- 180.

Souto-Manning, Mariana. (2014). Family involvement: Challenges to consider, strengths to build on. In C. Copple, S. Bredekamp, D. Koralek, & K. Charner (Eds.), Developmentally appropriate practice: Focus on kindergartners. Washington, DC: National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).

Laman, T., Jewell, P. Jennings, L., Wilson, J., & Souto-Manning, Mariana. (2014). Supporting critical dialogue across educational contexts. In X. Zuniga, G. Lopez, & K. A. Ford (Eds.), Intergroup dialogue: Engaging difference, social identities and social justice. New York: Routledge.

Sue, Derald. W. (2013). Race talk: The psychology of racial dialogues. American Psychologist, 68, 663-672.

Waring, Hansun. Zhang. (2014). Turn allocation and context: Broadening participation in the second language classroom. In J. Flowerdew (Ed.), Discourse in context: Contemporary applied linguistics Volume 3 (pp. 301-320). London: Bloomsbury Publishing.

Waring, Hansun. Zhang., Creider, S., & Box, C. (2013). Explaining vocabulary in the language classroom. Learning, Culture and Social Interaction, 2, 249-264. [with TC doctoral students]

Box, C., Creider, S., & Waring, Hansun. Zhang. (2013). Talk in the second and foreign language classroom: A review of the literature. Contemporary Foreign Language Studies, 396/12, 82-93. [with TC doctoral students]

Wasserman, Nicholas., & Stockton, J. (2013). Horizon content knowledge in the work of teaching: A focus on planning. For the Learning of Mathematics, 33(3), pp. 20-22.

Wasserman, Nicholas., & Ham, E. (2013). Beginning teachers’ perspectives on attributes for teaching secondary mathematics: Reflections on teacher education. Mathematics Teacher Education and Development, 15(2), pp. 70-96.

Wasserman, Nicholas. (2013). Introducing algebraic structures through solving equations: Vertical content knowledge for K-12 mathematics teachers. PRIMUS. (Online first) doi: 10.1080/10511970.2013.857374.

Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts:

New grant monies

Project Director Project Title

Thomas Bailey Finish Faster: Guided Pathways to Completion

Grantor Grant

Complete College $ 997,100 America

Karen Froud

William Gaudelli

Herbert Ginsburg

Thomas Hatch

Sharon Lynn Kagan

Sharon Lynn Kagan

Oren Pizmony- Levy

Neural Correlates of Speech-Sound Representation in Children with Childhood Apraxia of Speech

Global Competency Certification Program

Development and Evaluation of a Suite of Interactive Mathematics Storybooks for Young Children, Their Teachers, Their Parents

Documenting Instructional Uses of Performance Assessments Used as part of the Teacher Evaluation System in New York City

Setting the Stage for Common Standards: A Plan for Analysis of Selected States

Institutional Framework of Early Childhood Development Policies and Programs in Latin America and the Caribbean

Sensitization, Protection and Adjudication Training on Refugees Fleeing Persecution Based on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

Childhood Apraxia of Speech Association

World Savvy Inc.

Heising-Simons Foundation

City of New York

Build, Third Sector

The Inter-American Development Bank

United States Department of State

$ 50,000

$ 19,499

$ 335,050

$ 75,000

$ 122,500

$ 144,890

$ 41,400

Celia Oyler

Nancy Streim

Helena Verdeli

Exploratory Intersections of Language, Culture and Society in Education through a Case Study of Kenya and Tanzania

21st Century Community Learning Centers

Evaluation a Comprehensive Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Services for Vulnerable Refugees

United States Department of Education

State of New York Education Department

United States Department of State

Grantor

City University of New York

Columbia University

United States Department of Education

The Rockefeller Foundation

Peter G. Peterson Foundation
State of New York Education Department

Grantor

$ 70,000

$1,173,000

$ 52,681

Grant
$ 63,000

$ 16,725

$1,150,314

$ 114,378 $ 123,000 $ 199,990

Grant

Renewal grant monies

Project Director Thomas Bailey

Charles Basch

A. Lin Goodwin

Nancy Lesko Anand Marri Ellen Meier

Project Title

Bronx Community College Seminar Evaluation

Text Messaging to Reduce Early Discontinuation of Adjuvant Hormonal Therapy in Breast Cancer: Randomized Trial

Teaching Residents

Development of an Effective Innovation Toolkit through Curriculum Design

Understanding Fiscal Responsibility

Teacher Leader Quality Partnerships Program

Supplemental grant monies

Project Director Project Title

Catherine Crowley

Victoria Marsick

Ellen Meier

Eastern Suffolk Schools

Newmont Coaching Certification

Center for Technology and School Change

Eastern Suffolk BOCES

Various
City of Yonkers

$ 9,600 $ 17,900

$ 125,567

Faculty News & Notes

September 2013 __________________________________________________________

Faculty Awards & Honors:

Monisha Bajaj was selected as a Term Member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Randall E. Allsup has been asked to serve on the Editorial Boards of Philosophy of Music Education Review and Research Studies in Music Education.

Randall E. Allsup has been elected to serve on the Grammy Foundation's Steering Committee for the first-ever Grammy Award in Music Education. He spent much of the summer adjudicating quarter and semi-finalists.

Corbin Campbell was recently selected as an Academic Fellow for the Institute for Higher

Education Policy (IHEP)/Lumina Foundation Policy Direct program.

Ellie Drago-Severson’s book: Learning for leadership: Developmental strategies for building

capacity in our schools, has been selected by Learning Forward (formerly the National Staff

Development Council), as their book of the month for September 2013.

Steven Dubin curated and wrote the catalogue for the art exhibition: Developing Characters:

Contending Cultures & Creative Commerce, at the University of Johannesburg.

Ansley Erickson joined the editorial board of Theory and Research in Education.

Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz received the “Beyond the Bricks” Foundation's Luminary Award for Commitment to Black Male Achievement.

Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz was recently awarded the Ford Foundation Diversity Postdoctoral Fellowship.

ZhaoHong Han, Professor of Language and Education, has recently been invited to serve on the

Editorial Board of Language Teaching (Cambridge University Press).

Marie Miville was elected Vice President of Education and Training for the American

Psychological Association Division 17.

The National Association for Early Childhood Teacher Education (NAECTE) presented

Mariana Souto-Manning and Detra Price-Dennis with the Taylor and Francis Award for

Distinguished Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education (JECTE) Article of the Year.

Barbara Tversky was recently interviewed by Specimen; a new quarterly magazine that features professors in academia.

Derald Wing Sue is the recipient of the 2013 American Psychological Association Award for

Distinguished Contributions to Psychology in the Public Interest last month at the APA

Convention in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Priscilla Wohlstetter was recently appointed to assist the Institute for Education Sciences to

assist in identifying near-term, medium-term, and long-term research objectives and strategies related to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS).

Faculty Publications of Books and Refereed Journal Articles:

Winne, P.H., & Baker, Ryan. (2013). The potentials of educational data

mining for researching

metacognition, motivation, and self-regulated

learning. Journal of Educational Data Mining, 5

(1), 1-8.

Baker, Ryan., Corbett, A.T., Roll, I., Koedinger, K.R., Aleven, V., Cocea, M., Hershkovitz, A.,

de Carvalho, A.M.J.B., Mitrovic, A., & Mathews, M. (2013). Modeling and studying gaming the

system with educational data mining. In R. Azevedo & V. Aleven (Eds.), International

Handbook of Metacognition and Learning Technologies (pp. 97-116). New York: Springer.

San Pedro, M. O. Z., Baker, Ryan., Bowers, Alex., & Heffernan, N. T. (2013, July). Predicting

college enrollment from student interaction with an intelligent tutoring system in middle school.

Paper presented at the 6th international conference on educational data mining, (Memphis,

Tennessee), (pp. 177-184).

Bartlett, Lesley, & Ghaffar-Kucher, A. (Eds.). (2013). Refugees, immigrants, and education in

the global south: Lives in motion. New York: Routledge.

Borland, James. H. (2013). Problematizing gifted education. In C. M. Callahan & H.

Hertberg-Davis (Eds.), Fundamentals of gifted education: Considering multiple perspectives (pp.

69-80). New York, NY: Routledge.

Baker, A. J., & Brassard, Marla. R. (2013). Adolescents caught in parental loyalty conflicts.

Journal of Divorce and Remarriage, 54(5), 393-413. Doi:10.1080/10502556.2013.800398.

Baker, A. J., Brassard, Marla. R., Schneiderman, M., & Donnelly, L. J. (2013). Foster

children’s report of psychological maltreatment experience: Prevalence and implications for

treatment. Journal of Public Child Welfare, 7(3), 235-252. doi:10.1080/15548732.2013.779624

Campbell, Corbin. M. & Mislevy, J. (2012-2013). Student perceptions matter: Early signs of

undergraduate student retention/attrition. Journal of College Student Retention, 14(4), 467-493.

Chatterji, Madhabi, Green, L.W., & Kumanyika, S. (2013). L.E.A.D.: A framework for evidence gathering and use for the prevention of obesity and other complex public health problems. Health Education & Behavior, 1-15. doi: 10.1177/1090198113490726.

Chatterji, Madhabi. (2013). Bad tests or bad test use? A case of SAT® use to examine why need stakeholder conversations on validity. Teachers College Record, 115 (9), Released online in June 2013 from http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17105, Date Accessed: 9/4/2013 4:51:10 PM

Wyer, P. W. & Chatterji, Madhabi. (2013). Designing outcome measures for the accreditation of medical education programs as an iterative process combining classical test theory and Rasch measurement. The International Journal of Educational and Psychological Assessment, 13 (2), 35-61. Released online in August, 2013.

Nickerson, J. V., Corter, James. E., Tversky, Barbara., Rho, Y.-J., Zahner, D., & Yu, L. (2013). Cognitive tools shape thought: Diagrams in design. Cognitive Processing, 14(3), 255- 272. doi 10.1007/s10339-013-0547-3

DeCarlo, Lawrence. T. (2013). Signal detection models for the same-different task. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 57, 43-51.

Dougherty, Kevin., & Reddy, V. (2013). Performance funding for higher education: What are the mechanisms? What are the impacts? ASHE Higher Education Report, 39(2), 1-133.

Drago-Severson, Eleanor., & Blum, J. (2013). A new approach to new demands: The promise of learning-oriented school leadership. International Journal of School Leadership, 16(1), 1-33.

Maslin-Ostrowski, P., & Drago-Severson, Eleanor. (2013). Learning to lead: A window into the nature of leaders’ work challenges. In V.C. X. Wang (Ed.), Handbook of research on teaching and learning in K-20 education. IGI Global.

Erickson, Ansley. (2013). The rhetoric of choice: Segregation, desegregation, and charter

school. In M. B. Katz & M. Rose (Eds.), Public education under siege (pp. 122-130).

Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Ghiso, Maria, P., Martínez-Álvarez, P., & Dernikos, B. (2014). Writing from and with

community knowledge: First grade emergent bilinguals’ engagement with technology-integrated

curricula. In K. Pytash & R. Ferdig (Eds.), Exploring Technology for Writing and Writing

Instruction (pp. 169-185). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Campano, G. Ghiso, Maria P., & Sánchez, L. (2013). Nobody one knows the...amount of a

person: Elementary students critiquing dehumanization through organic critical literacies.

Research in the Teaching of English, 48(1), 97-124.

Ghiso, Maria. P. (2013). Every language is special: Promoting dual language learning in

multicultural elementary school contexts. Young Children, 68(1), 22-27.

Plass, J. L., Homer, B. D., Kinzer, Charles. K., Chang, Y. K., Frye, J., Kaczetow, W., Isbister, K., & Perlin, K. (2013). Metrics in simulations and games for learning. In M. S. El-Nasr, A. Drachen., & A. Canossa (Eds.), Game analytics: Maximizing the value of player data (pp. 697- 729). New York: Springer.

Leu, D. J., Kinzer, Charles. K., Coiro, J., Castek, J., & Henry, L. A. (2013). New literacies: A dual-level theory of the changing nature of literacy, instruction, and assessment. In D. Alvermann, N. Unruh, & R B. Ruddell (Eds.), Theoretical models and processes of reading (8th ed., pp. 1150-1181). Newark, DE: International Reading Association.

Levin, Henry. (2013). Income contingent loans: Will they work? Journal of Higher Education and Finance, 1(1), 1-22.

Levin, Henry., & Belfield, C. (2013). The cumulative costs of the opportunity gap. In P. Carter & K. Welner (Eds.), Closing the Opportunity Gap (pp. 195-206). New York: Oxford University Press.

Levin, Henry & Pilar, S. (2013). Acceleration for all. In J. Hattie & E. Anderman
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International Guide to Student Achievement (pp. 209-211). New York: Routledge.

Miville, Marie. L. (Ed.). (2013). Multicultural gender roles: Applications for mental health and

education. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.

Nadlestern, Eric. (2013). 10 lessons from New York City schools: What really works to improve

education. New York: Teachers College Press.

Naraian, Srikala. (2013). Dis/ability, agency and context: A differential consciousness for doing inclusive education. Curriculum Inquiry, 43(3), 360-387.

Naraian, Srikala. & Natarajan, P. (2013). Negotiating normalcy with peers in contexts of inclusion: Perceptions of youth with disabilities in India. International Journal of Disability, Development and Education, 60(2), 146-166.

Naraian, Srikala. & Natarajan, P. (2013). Accessing inclusive education: Family stories from India. In R.A. DeVillar & B. Jiang (Eds.) Transforming education: Global perspectives, experiences and implications (pp. 212-228). New York, NY: Peter Lang.

Basch, C.H., Ethan, D., & Rajan, Sonali. (2013). Price, promotion, and availability of nutrition information: A descriptive study of a popular fast food chain in New York City. In press at Global Journal of Health Science.

Basch, C.H., Schaffer, E.J., Hammond, R.K., & Rajan, Sonali. (2013). Prevalence of infant formula advertisements in parenting magazines over a five-year span. In press at Pediatric Nursing.

Basch, C.H., Hammond, R.K., Guinta, A., Rajan, Sonali., & Basch, Charles. E. (2013). Advertising of toothpaste in parenting magazines. Journal of Community Health, 38 (5), 911- 914. doi: 10.1007/s10900-013-9700-2

Rigolosi, Elaine La Monica. (2013). Management and leadership in nursing and health care.

New York: Springer.

Rigolosi, Elaine La Monica. (2013). Unlock your cage. North Charleston, SC: CreateSpace.

Schmidt, Sandra. J. (2013). Fabricating a nation: The function of national

museums in

nonracial re-presentation and the national imagination.

Museum Management and Curatorship,

28(3), 288-306.

Sealey-Ruiz, Yolanda., & Lewis, C. (2013). Letters to our teachers: Black and Latino males

write about race in the urban English classroom. In J. Landsman (Ed.), Learning to talk about

race: Alleviating the fear. Virginia: Stylus.

Sealey-Ruiz, Yolanda. (2013). The art (and play) of alternative to incarceration programming.

afterword. In L. Vasudevan & T. DeJaynes (Eds.). Media, and justice: Multimodal explorations

with youth. New York: Peter Lang Publishers.

Sealey-Ruiz, Yolanda. (2013). Toward a pedagogy of racial literacy in first year

composition. Teaching English in a Two-Year College, 40(3), 384-398.

Constantinides, P., Montalvo, R., & Silverman, Stephen. (2013). Teaching processes in elementary physical education classes taught by specialists and nonspecialists. Teaching and Teacher Education, 36, 68-76.

Locke, L.F., Spriduso, W.W., & Silverman, Stephen. (2014). Proposals that work: A guide for planning dissertations and grant proposals (6th ed.). Los Angeles, CA: Sage.

Singer-Dudek, Jessica. & Oblak, M. (2013). Peer presence and the emergence of

conditioned reinforcement from observation. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 46, 592-602. doi: 10.1002/jaba.72

Souto-Manning, Mariana. (2013). Competence as linguistic alignment: Linguistic diversities, affinity groups, and the politics of educational success. Linguistics and Education, 24 (3), 305- 315.

Dudley-Marling, C., Cazden, C., Souto-Manning, Mariana., Jewett, P., Jennings, L.B., Laman, T.T., & Wilson, J. (2013). Talking, learning and critiquing: Where are we headed? Talking Points, 24(2), 2-6.

Souto-Manning, Mariana. (2012). A young Latino-American child and his family negotiate home and school borderlands. In L. DiBello & N. Maldonado (Eds.), Hispanic/Latino children and their families: A guide for educators and service providers. Washington, DC: Association for Childhood Education International.

Tipton, Elizabeth. (2013). Robust variance estimation in meta-regression for binary dependent outcomes. Research Synthesis Methods, 4(2), 169-187.

Tipton, Elizabeth. (2013). Improving generalizations from experiments using propensity score subclassification: Assumptions, properties, and contexts. Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics, 38, 239-266.

Uttal, D.H., Meadow, N.G., Tipton, Elizabeth., Hand, L.L., Alden, A.R., Warren, C., & Newcombe, N.S. (2013). The malleability of spatial skills: A meta-analysis of training studies. Psychological Bulletin, 139(2), 352-402.

Waring, Hansun (2013). How was your weekend?: Developing the interactional competence in managing routine inquiries. Language Awareness, 22(1), 1-16.

Marsh, J.A. & Wohlstetter, Priscilla. (2013). Recent trends in intergovernmental relations: The resurgence of local actors in education policy. Educational Researcher, 42(5), 276-283.

Voronov, M. & Yorks, Lyle. (2013). "Did you notice that?" Theorizing how people recognize (or not) the need for change. Best Paper Proceedings. Academy of Management Annual Meeting Orlando, Fla. August.

Beechler, S., Ciporen, R., Yorks, Lyle. (2013) Intersecting journeys in creating learning communities in executive education. Action Research 11, 253-278.

Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts:

New grant monies

Project Director Thomas Bailey

George Bonanno

Project Title

Bronx Community College Seminar Evaluation

Diagnostic Markers of Grief

Grantor

City University of New York

National Institute of Mental Health

Grant $ 63,000

$ 523,315

Jeanne Brooks- Gunn

Madhabi Chatterji

Sharon Lynn Kagan

Sharon Lynn Kagan

Hope Leichter

Michael Rebell

Michael Rebell

Amy Stuart- Wells

Mothers and Infants Home Visiting Program Evaluation II

Assessment of Middle School Programs

Rauch Foundation Post Doctoral Fellowship

Understanding and Using Ohio Research on Young Children and the Programs

Nourishing Narratives

Safeguarding Sound Basic Education

National Access Network

The Politics of Diversity in an Urban School Community: Where Race, Gentrification and Charter School Reform Collide

MDRC

Barnard College

The Rauch Foundation

Ohio Child Care Resource and Referral Association

Fridolin Charitable Trust

Robert Sterling Clark Foundation

The Norman and Rosita Winston Foundation Inc.

Spencer Foundation

$ 282,452

$ 31,998 $ 225,000

$ 58,125

$ 24,744

$70,000

$ 20,000

$ 42,000

Supplemental grant monies

Project Director Joey Lee

Victoria Marsick

Victoria Marsick

Ellen Meier Ruth Vinz

Ruth Vinz

Ruth Vinz

Project Title

Polar Learning and Responding: POLAR Climate Partnership

Huber Institute for Learning in Organizations

Huber Institute for Learning in Organizations

Center for Technology and School Change

Secondary Literacy Institute

Secondary Literacy Institute

Secondary Literacy Institute

Grantor
Columbia University

Cambridge Leadership Group Inc.

Marriott International

V arious

City of New York Department of Education

City of New York Department of Education

City of New York Department of Education and Institute for Student Achievement

Grant
$ 14,200

$ 13,500

$ 60,000 $ 29,883

$ 49,900

$ 18,750

$ 142,693 

2012-2013 Faculty News & Notes

Faculty News & Notes

May 2013 __________________________________________________________

Faculty Awards & Honors:

Regina Cortina has been elected to a three-year term on the Board of Directors of the Comparative and International Education Society.

Carol Ewing Garber has been

David Hansen has been appointed to the prestigious position of Lead Tutor for this June's International Graduate Summer School in Philosophy of Education, University of Roehampton, London.

Richard Jochum

Janet Miller presented a Keynote Address, "Expansive Autobiographical Inquiry: Questions of 'Self' and 'Experience' in Curriculum and Teacher Research," at the Second Annual International Conference on the Reform of Curriculum & Teacher Research and Development, March 22-24, 2013, in Hangzhou, China

J

Sandra Schmidt has been elected co-Chair of the American Educational Research Association Queer Studies (AERA) for Special Interest Group (SIG).

Barbara Tversky was recently elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Faculty Publications of Books and Refereed Journal Articles:

John Allegrante has been named an Erasmus Mundus Scholar of the Europubhealth Programme

and will be in residence at the Ecole Des Hautes Etudes En Sante Publique (French School of

Public Health), Rennes, France, for two weeks during the summer 2013.

Randall E. Allsup has been invited to join the Editorial Board of Research Studies in Music

Education.

(ACSM). Her term as president-elect begins in June 2013.

elected president of the American College of Sports Medicine

received an award from the Emily Harvey Foundation as an artist-in-

residence in Venice, Italy from June 19 till July 27, 2013.

anet L. Miller presented the "Jing Hengyi International Forum on Education Distinguished

Researcher Address" at Hangzhou Normal University in Hangzhou, China, on March 25, 2013.

Bajaj, Monisha., Ghaffar-Kucher, A., & Desai, K. (2013). In the face of xenophobia: Lessons to

address the bullying of south Asian and Muslim youth. South Asian Americans Leading

Together. Retrieved from http://saalt.org/resources/reports-and-publications/

Brantmeier, E. J., & Bajaj, Monisha. (2013). Peace education praxis: Select resources for

educators and researchers. In E. Brantmeier & M. Bajaj (Eds.), Educating about social issues in

the 20th and 21st centuries: A critical annotated bibliography. Volume 2. Charlotte, NC:

Information Age Publishers.

Pardos, Z.A., Baker, Ryan., San Pedro, M.O.C.Z., Gowda, S.M., Gowda, S.M. (2013, April). Affective states and state tests: Investigating how affect throughout the school year predicts end of year learning outcomes. Paper presented at the 3rd International Conference on Learning Analytics and Knowledge, (Leuven, Belgium), (pp.117-124). New York: ACM Digital Library International Conference Proceedings Series.

Vavrus, F., & Bartlett, Lesley. (Eds.). (2013). Teaching in tension: International pedagogies,

national policies, and teachers’ practices in Tanzania. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

ZhaoHong

Han, . & Liu, Z.H. (2013). Input processing of Chinese by ab initio learners. Second Language Research, 29(2), 145-164.

Sullivan, G. L., & Miller, Janet. (2013). Teaching for the possible: Doing creative and critical research. In C.J. Stout (Ed.), Teaching and learning emergent research methodologies in art education (pp.1-24). Reston, VA: National Art Education Association.

Morrell, Ernest, Duenas, Rudy, Garcia, Veronica, Lopez, Jorge (2013). Critical Media

Pedagogy: Teaching for Achievement in City, Teachers College Press.

Smith, Laura. (2013). Social class and social exclusion: So close, and yet so far away. American

Journal of Orthopsychiatry, (63), 11-16.

Smith, Laura., Li, V. , Dykema, S., Hamlet, D., & Shellman, A. (2013). Honoring somebody that society doesn’t honor: Therapists working in the context of poverty. In Session: Journal of Clinical Psychology, (69), 138-151.

Varenne, Herve., Andrews, G., Hung, A., & Wessler, S. (2013). Polities and politics of ongoing

assessments: Evidence from video-gaming and blogging. In D. Tannen & A. Trester (Eds.), In

discourse 2.0 (pp. 27-46). Washington, D.C: Georgetown University Press.

Waring, Hansun Zhang. (2013). Doing being playful in the language classroom. Applied

Linguistics, 34, (pp. 191-210).

Wohlstetter, Priscilla., Smith, J., & Gallagher, A. (2013). New York City’s children first

networks: Turning accountability on its head. Journal of Educational Administration, 51(4).

Langer, A. M., & Yorks, Lyle. (2013). Strategic it: Best practices for managers and executives.

Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.

Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts:

New grant monies

Project Director Lesley Bartlett

Douglas Ready

Carolyn Riehl

Thomas Bailey

Jeanne Brooks Gunn

Herbert Ginsburg

Thomas Bailey

Project Title
ICT in Education: Impact Study

Pathways to Student Success in New York City

Degrees of Freedom: Teachers' Use of Student Performance Data in Decision Making and Instructional Change

Corridors of Student Success

Getting Ready for School: An Integrated Curriculum to Help Teachers and Parents Support Pre- School Children's Early Literacy, Math and Self-Regulation Skills

Getting Ready for School: An Integrated Curriculum to Help Teachers and Parents Support Pre- School Children's Early Literacy, Math and Self-Regulation Skills

Dual Enrollment in Alaska

Grantor
Columbia University

The New York Community Trust

The Spencer Foundation

The Ford Foundation Columbia University

Columbia University

University of Alaska

Grantor

New York State Education

Grant $ 16,413

$ 15,000

$ 299,968

$ 750,000 $20,280

$ 12,098

$ 31,600

Grant $ 8,894

Renewed grant monies

Project Director Project Title

Gary Natriello Cooperative Collection Development Fund

Supplemental grant monies

Department

Grantor

Community School of Naples

City of New York Department of Education and Institute for Student Achievement

City of New York Department of Education
Center on Education Development, Chinese Society of Education Cambridge Leadership Group Inc.

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

Columbia University

Massachusetts Department of Early Education

Project Director Ellen Meier

Ruth Vinz

Ruth Vinz

Mun Tsang

Victoria Marsick

Thomas Bailey

Carol Ewing Garber

Sharon Lynn Kagan

Project Title

Center for Technology and School Change

Secondary Literacy Institute

Secondary Literacy Institute

Seminar for K-12 Education Leaders from China

Huber Institute for Learning in Organizations

Improving Student Performance

Columbia SMA Project: A Randomized, Control Trial of the Effects of Exercise on Motor Function and Strength in Patients with Spinal Muscular Atrophy

Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care Alignment Study

Grant
$ 21,000

$ 52,500

$ 90,620 $ 1,200

$ 12,500 $1,147,763

$ 34,646

$ 75,000

Faculty News & Notes

April 2013 __________________________________________________________

Faculty Awards & Honors:
John Allegrante has recently been appointed to serve on the Board of Scientific Counselors,

National Center for Injury Prevention and Control of the Centers for Disease Control.

O. Roger Anderson has been appointed as Special Editor of the International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education for the Issue on "Neuroscience Perspectives on Mathematics and Science Education" in honor of his pioneering and continued contributions to neurocognitive theory in science learning.

Corbin Campbell has recently been appointed to the editorial board of the Journal of College Student Development.

Steven Dubin will have a book launch on April 9, 2013 for his book Spearheading Debate (Jacana Media, 2012) with Professor Isabel Hofmeyr from the University of Witwatersrand at Columbia University’s Institute of African Studies.

Michelle Knight has been selected to receive a grant award from AERA for her proposed Education Research Service Project (ERSP), “Strengthening Supplemental Literacy Supports for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse English Language Learners.”

Patricia Martinez-Alvarez received the early career award of the AERA Bilingual SIG.

Faculty Publications of Books and Refereed Journal Articles:

Allsup, Randall., & Liu, C. (2013). A conversation between travelers: an expanding vision of music education. 旅人间的对话:扩展音乐教育的视野。Chinese Journal of Aesthetic Education, 4 (1), 1-7.

Contino, J., & Anderson, O. Roger. (2013). From prescribed curriculum to classroom practice: An examination of the implementation of the new york state earth science standards. Journal of Geological Education, (61), 129-144.

Graham, R., Zubiaurre, L. A., Anderson, O. Roger. (2013). The reliability and predictive validity of a comprehensive OSCE in dental education. Journal of Dental Education, 77(2), 161- 167.

Matthew, C., Buontempo, G., & Block, Caryn. (2013). Relational approach to work: conceptual definition and scale development. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 43, 507-514.

Brassard, Marla., & Edwards, A. (2013). Child maltreatment: Psychological. In Encyclopedia of Quality of Life Research, Retrieved from http://referencelove.springer.com/qure

Dubin, Steven. (2012). Spearheading debate. Johannesburg: Jacana Media.

Dyson, A. Haas, & Genishi, Celia. (2013). Social talk and imaginative play: Curricular basics for young children’s language and literacy. In D. E. Alvermann, N. J. Unrau, & R. B. Ruddell (Eds.), Theoretical models and processes of reading (6th ed., pp. 164-181). Newark, DE: International Reading Association.

Han, ZhaoHong. (2013). State of the art article: 40 years later - updating the fossilization hypothesis. Language Teaching, 46(2), 133-171.

Knight, Michelle., & Marciano, J. (2013). College ready: preparing black and Latina/o youth for higher education- a culturally relevant approach. New York: Teachers College Press.

Kuhn, Deanna., Zilmer, N., & Khait, V. (2012). Can philosophy find a place in the k-12 curriculum? In S. Goering (Ed.), Philosophy in schools: An introduction for philosophers and teachers. New York: Oxford University Press.

Kuhn, Deanna. (2013). Reasoning. In P. Zelazo (Ed.), Oxford Handbook of Developmental Psychology. New York: Oxford University Press.

Laura. Azzarito & D. Kirk (Eds.) (2013), Pedagogies, Physical Culture, and Visual Methods.

New York: Routledge.

Lau, Michael. Y., Cho, R. J., Chang, J. J., & Huang, J. (2013). Measurement and methodological issues in social class research: A call for theorization and study. In W. M. Liu

(Ed.)

, The Oxford Handbook of Social Class in Counseling (pp. 59-78). New York: Oxford University Press.

Peverly, Stephen, Vekaria, P. C., Reddington, L. A. Sumowski, J. F. Johnson, K. R. & Ramsay, C. M. (2012). The relationship of handwriting speed, working memory, language comprehension and outlines to lecture note-taking and test-taking among college students. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 27, 115-126. doi: 10.1002/acp.2881

Ong, A. D., Burrow, A. L., Fuller-Rowell, T. E., Ja, N., & Sue, Derald. (2013). Racial microaggressions and daily well-being among Asian Americans. Journal of Counseling Psychology, doi: 10/1037/a0031736

Waring, Hansun. (2013). Two mentor practices for generating teacher reflection without explicit solicitations. RELC Journal: A Journal of Language Teaching and Research, 44(1), 103- 109.

Faculty News & Notes
September 2012 __________________________________________________________

Faculty Awards & Honors:
Corbin Campbell was appointed to the Editorial Board for Research in Higher Education.

The R. Douglas Greer Educational Laboratory, a learning center and laboratory in Italy has been named after Douglas Greer.

Henry Levin received an honorary doctorate from San Marcos National University in Lima, Peru, the oldest university in the Americas, chartered in 1551 by the Holy Roman Emperor, Charles V, and the leading university in Peru.

Lisa Miller was elected to Council of the American Psychological Association, the organization governing body that sets standards for the field and makes recommendations for national policy June 2012.

Ellie Drago-Severson was elected to serve on the Harvard Graduate School of Education Alumni Council for 2012-2016

Ellie Drago-Severson was selected to serve on the Journal of Research on Leadership Education’s Editorial Board Member (2011-present)

Derald Wing Sue was recently appointed to the Advisory Group for UNESCO’s “Teaching Respect for All,” a joint initiative of the United Nations – USA – Brazil to design a curricular framework to fight racism and promote tolerance, which countries can adapt to their respective contexts and needs. Started in January 2012, UNESCO will begin field testing curricular content in pilot schools throughout Asia, Europe, Middle East, Latin America and Africa in 2013.

Derald Wing Sue delivered a keynote address to Teachers of Psychology in Secondary Schools (TOPSS) on Microaggressions in the Classroom: Manifestation, Dynamics and Impact, at the American Psychological Association Convention in Orlando, Fl. August 3, 2012.

Derald Wing Sue delivered an address to the Morrison Child & Family Services Convention in Portland, Oregon, August 6, 2012 on Helping Families and Children Understand Microaggressions: What Parents Must do.

Faculty Publications of Books and Refereed Journal Articles:

Laura Azzarito & Joanne Hill (2012). Girls looking for a ‘second home’: bodies, difference and places of inclusion, Physical Education & Sport Pedagogy, DOI:10.1080/17408989.2012.666792

Joanne Hill & Laura Azzarito (2012). Representing valued bodies in PE: a visual inquiry with British Asian girls, Physical Education & Sport Pedagogy, 17:3, 263-276

Bartlett, Lesley (2012). South-South Migration and Education: The Case of Schooling for Haitian Immigrant Youth in the Dominican Republic. Compare 42, 3, 393-414.

Bond, George Clement (2012.) Racism in the Academy: Ideology, Practice, and Ambiguity, Racism in the Academy edited by Audrey Smedley and Faye Hutchinson. Washington, D. C.: American Anthropological Association. 2012

Bowers, Alex J., Sprott, R.A. (2012). Why Tenth Graders Fail to Finish High School: A Dropout Typology Latent Class Analysis. The Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk (JESPAR), 17(3), 129-148.doi:10.1080/10824669.2012.692071

Campbell, Corbin. M., Smith, M.., Dugan, J., & Komives, S. (2012). Mentors and college student leadership outcomes: The importance of position and process. Review of Higher Education, 35, 595-625.

Simone, S., Campbell, Corbin. M., & Newhart, D. (2012). Measuring opinion and behavior. In B. Knight, G. McLaughlin, R. Howard (Eds.), Handbook on Institutional Research (502-522). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

DeCarlo, Lawrence T. (2012). Recognizing uncertainty in the Q-matrix via a Bayesian extension of the DINA model. Applied Psychological Measurement, 36, 447-468.

DeCarlo, Lawrence T. (2012). On a signal detection approach to m-alternative forced choice with bias, with maximum likelihood and Bayesian approaches to estimation. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 56, 196-207.

Drago-Severson, Ellie (March 2012). New opportunities for principal leadership: Shaping school climates for enhanced teacher development. Teachers College Record, 114(3), 1-30.

Drago-Severson, Ellie, Maslin-Ostrowski, P., Hoffman, A. (Spring 2012). Resisting fragmentation: Calling for a holistic approach to professional practice and preparation for educational leaders. Journal of Research on Leadership Education, 7(1), 5-43.

Drago-Severson, Ellie (October 2011). How adults learn forms the foundation of the Learning Designs standard. Journal of Staff Development, 32(5), 10-12.

Drago-Severson, Ellie, Asghar, A., Blum-DeStefano, J, & Roloff Welch, J. (April 2011). Conceptual Changes in Aspiring School Leaders: Lessons from a University Classroom. Journal of Research on Leadership Education 6(4), 83-132.

Drago-Severson, Ellie & Aravena, J. L. (April 2011). The power of connectivity: Multilayered program grooms assistant principals’ leadership skills. Journal of Staff Development, 32(2), 50- 53.

Drago-Severson, Ellie, Blum, J., & Asghar, A. (December 2011). Learning and leading for school transformation: Lessons from practicing leaders on building human capacity. Leadership in Focus 24, 38-40. Victoria, Australia.

Drago-Severson, Ellie & Blum-DeStefano, J. (May 2011). Leading and learning together (part 2): Promising practices for principals supporting adult development. Instructional Leader, (24) 3, 9-12. Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association. Austin, Texas.

Drago-Severson, Ellie & Blum-DeStefano, J. (March 2011). Leading and learning together (part 1): Promising practices for principals supporting adult development. Instructional Leader, (24) 2, 10-12. Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association. Austin, Texas.

Gaudelli, William & Donaldson, D. (2012). Creating spaces beyond schools for global citizenship education. In B.M. Maguth (Ed.) The influence of technology and globalization on the lives of students, 43-52. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Han, ZhaoHong, & Lew, W. M. (2012). Acquisitional complexity: What defies complete acquisition in second language acquisition. In B. Kortman & B. Szmrecsanyi (Eds.), Linguistic Complexity (pp. 192-218). Berlin: De Gruyter.

Han, ZhaoHong (2012). Input enhancement. In P. Robinson (Ed.), The Routledge Encyclopedia of Second Language Acquisition. New York: Routledge.

Han, ZhaoHong, & Cadierno, T. (2012). Linguistic relativity. In P. Robinson (Ed.), The Routledge Encyclopedia of Second Language Acquisition (pp. 393-396). New York: Routledge.

Han, ZhaoHong (2012). Second language acquisition. In J. Banks (Ed.), The Encyclopedia of Diversity in Education. Sage Publications.

Thomas Holyoke, Heath Brown, & Jeffrey R. Henig (2012). Shopping in the Political Arena: Strategic State and Local Venue Selection by Advocates, co-authored with Thomas P. Holyoke and Heath Brown, State and Local Government Review 44(1) 9-20.

Delgado-Romero, E. A., Lau, Michael Y., & Shullman, S. L. (2012). The Society of Counseling Psychology: Historical values, themes and patterns viewed from the APA presidential podium. In N. A. Fouad, APA Handbook of Counseling Psychology. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Delgado-Romero, E. A., Forrest, L. M., & Lau, Michael Y. (2012). Ethnic minority psychological associations: Connections to counseling psychology. The Counseling Psychologist, 40, 630-645.

Forrest, L. M., Lau, Michael Y., & Delgado-Romero, E. A. (2012). Relationships between ethnic minority psychological associations and counseling psychology: Three new frameworks. The Counseling Psychologist, 40, 746-754.

Lau, Michael Y., Forrest, L. M., & Delgado-Romero, E. A. (2012). Ethnic minority psychological association and the Society of Counseling Psychology: Greater connections. The Counseling Psychologist, 40, 710-722.

Morales, E. S., Lau, Michael Y., & Ballesteros, A. (2012). Division 45: The Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues. The Counseling Psychologist, 40, 699-709.

Levin, Henry (2012). The Utility and Need for Incorporating Noncognitive Skills into Large Scale International Assessments,” M. von Davier, et al., eds., In The Role of International Large- Scale Assessments: Perspectives from Technology, Economy, and Educational Research, New York: Springer, pp. 67-86.

Levin, Henry (2012), Comparing Costs of Early Childhood Care and Education Programs: An International Perspective, with Heather Schwartz, Hacienda Publica Española, pp. 39-65.

Altman, C., Goral, M., & Levy, Erika S. (2012). Integrated narrative analysis in multilingual aphasia: The relationship among narrative structure, grammaticality and fluency. Aphasiology, 1029-1052. DOI: 10.1080/02687038.2012.686103

Levy, Erika S., & Crowley, C. J. (2012). Beliefs regarding the impact of accent within speech- language pathology practice areas. Communication Disorders Quarterly, 1-9. DOI: 10.1177/1525740112446851

Shafiro, V. S., Levy, Erika S., Khamis-Dakwar, R., & Kharkhurin. A. (2012). Perceptual confusions of American English vowels and consonants by native English and native Arabic bilinguals. Language and Speech, 1-17. DOI:10.1177/0023830912442925

Neumann-Werth, Y., Levy, E. S., & Obler, L. K. (2012). Hemispheric processing of vocal emblem sounds. Neurocase, 1-14. DOI:10.1080/13554794.2012.667122e.

Malandraki Georgia A, Kauffman A, Hind J, Kays S, Gangnon R, Waclawik A, Robbins J (2012). The Effects of Lingual Intervention in a Patient With Inclusion Body Myositis and Sjögren's Syndrome: A Longitudinal Case Study. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 93(8):1469-75.

McIsaac, Tara L., Diermayr, G., & Albert, F. (2012). Impaired anticipatory control of grasp during obstacle crossing in Parkinson's disease. Neuroscience Letters, 516(2), 242-246.

Montes, J., McIsaac, Tara L., Dunaway, S., Kamil-Rosenberg, S., Sproule, D., Garber, C. E, Rao, A. K. (2012). Falls and spinal muscular atrophy (SMA): Exploring cause and prevention. [Short Report]. Muscle & Nerve. doi: 10.1002/mus.23656. Published online 28 August 2012.

Rivera Maulucci, M., & Mensah, Felcia M. (2012). NARST equity and ethics committee: Mentoring scholars of color in the organization. In J.A. Bianchini, V. L. Akerson, A. Calabrese

Barton, O. Lee, & A. J. Rodriguez (Eds.), Moving the equity agenda forward: Equity research, practice, and policy in science education. (pp. 295-316). New York, NY: Springer.

Mensah, Felicia M. (2012). Retrospective accounts in the formation of an agenda for diversity, equity and social justice for science education. In J.A. Bianchini, V. L. Akerson, A. Calabrese Barton, O. Lee, & A. J. Rodriguez (Eds.), Moving the equity agenda forward: Equity research, practice, and policy in science education. (pp. 317-336). New York, NY: Springer.

Miller, Lisa J. (2012). (Ed.), The Oxford University Press Handbook of Psychology and Spirituality. New York: Oxford University Press.

McGowan, J., & Midlarsky, Elizabeth (2012). Religiosity, authoritarianism, and attitudes toward psychotherapy. First appeared as D010.10.1080/13607863.2011.653954. Aging and Mental Health, 16(5), 659-665.

Midlarsky, Elizabeth, Mullin, A. J., & Barkin, S. H. (2012). Religion, altruism, and prosocial behavior: Conceptual and empirical approaches. In L. J. Miller (Ed.), Handbook of religion and spirituality, pp. 138-148. New York: Oxford University Press.

Midlarsky, Elizabeth, Pirutinsky, S., & Cohen, F. (2012). Religion, ethnicity, and attitudes toward psychotherapy. Journal of Religion and Health, 51 (2), 498-506. Online First Publication D010.10.1080/13607863.

Nadelstern, Eric (2012) An Argument in Favor of Credit Recovery. Schoolbook. The New York Times: http://www.schoolbook.org/2012/07/06/an-argument-in-favor-of-credit-recovery/

Nadelstern, Eric (2012) The Evolution of School Support Networks in New York City, Center on Reinventing Public Education, University of Washington Bothell

Naraian, Srikala, Ferguson, D. L. & Thomas, N. (2012). Transforming for inclusive practice: Professional development to support the inclusion of students labeled as emotionally disturbed. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 16(7-8), 721-740.

Neumann, Anna. (2012) Organizational Cognition in Higher Education, The Organization of Higher Education: Managing Colleges for a New Era, edited by Michael N. Bastedo.

Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, pp. 304-331.

Neumann, Anna. (2012), Milagros Castillo, and Liza Bolitzer (2012) Culturally Anchored Liberal Education, Encyclopedia of Diversity in Education, edited by James A. Banks.

Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2012.

Rebell, Michael A. (2012), Safeguarding the Right to a Sound Basic Education in Times of Fiscal Constraint, 75 ALB. L. REV. 1288.

Rivet, Ann & Kastens, K. (2012). Developing a construct-based assessment to examine students' analogical reasoning around physical models in Earth Science. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 49(6), 713-743.

Garrett, H.J. and Schmidt, Sandra (2012). Repeating until we can remember: Difficult (public) knowledge in South Africa. Journal of Curriculum Theorizing. 28(1), pp 191-206.

Souto-Manning, Mariana, & Felderman, C. B. (2012). Negotiating critical literacies: Toward full inclusion in early childhood classrooms. Perspectives and provocations: Early childhood education assembly yearbook, volume 1. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Sue, Derald. W., & Sue, D. (2013). Counseling the Culturally Diverse: Theory and Practice. 6th edition. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

Sue, D., Sue, Derald. W., Sue, D. M., & Sue, S. (2013). Understanding Abnormal Behavior. 10th edition. Belmont, CA: Cengage.

Jones, J. M., Cochran, S. D., Fine, M., Gaertner, S. Mendoza-Denton, R., Shih, M. & Sue, Derald W. (2012). (APA Presidential Task Force on Preventing Discrimination and Promoting Diversity). Dual Pathways to a Better America: Preventing Discrimination and Promoting Diversity. Washington, D.C: APA.

Yorks, Lyle & Nicolaides, A. (2012). A conceptual model for developing mindsets for strategic insight under conditions of complexity and high uncertainty. Human Resource Development Review, 11,182-202.

Waring, Hansun Z. (2012). Doing disaffiliation with now-prefaced utterances. Language and Communication, 32, 265-275.

Waring, Hansun Z. (2012). The advising sequence and its preference structures in graduate peer tutoring in an American university. In H. Limberg & M. A. Locher (Eds.), Advice in discourse (pp. 97-118). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Waring, Hansun Z., & Hruska, B. (2012). Problematic directives in pedagogical interaction. Linguistics and Education, 23, 289-300.

Waring, Hansun Z., Creider, S., Tarpey, T., & Black, R. (2012). Understanding the specificity of CA and context. Discourse Studies, 14, 477-492. [with TC doctoral and MA students]

Faculty Achievement in Grant Monies Received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts:

New grant monies

Project Director Charles Kinzer

Ryan Baker

Ryan Baker

Ryan Baker Ryan Baker

Ryan Baker

Michael Rebell

Judith Scott- Clayton

Project Title

Future Directions Workshop with McGraw-Hill's Digital Innovation Center
Classroom Environment, Allocation of Attention and Learning Outcomes in K-4 Students

Empirical Research: Emerging Research Using Automated Detectors to Examine the Relationships between Learner Attributes and Behaviors during Inquiry in Science Micro- Worlds
PSLC Projects in Affect, Gaming the System and Robust Learning

Science Learning by Inquiry: The Development of a Pedagogical Agent for Physical Science

Research: Predicting STEM Career Choice from Computational Indicators of Student Engagement within Middle School Mathematics Classes

Equal Justice America Fellowship

The National Labor Market Returns to Detailed Educational Paths: New Evidence from Matched Administrative Data

Grantor

McGraw-Hill Publishing Company

Carnegie Mellon University

Grant $30,000

$ 259,888

Worchester $79,566 Polytechnic Institute

Renewed grant monies

Carnegie Mellon University

Worchester Polytechnic Institute

Worchester Polytechnic Institute

Equal Justice America Inc. American Educational Research Association

Grantor

United States Department of Education

$113,257 $304,679

$366,210

$840 $30,000

Grant $372,139

Project Director Thomas Bailey

Jeanne Brooks- Gunn

Anand Marri

Project Title

CCRC National Center for Post- Secondary Education and Employment

The Health of Low-Income Adults in New York City Subsidized Housing: A Randomized Experiment

Understanding Fiscal Responsibility

National Institutes of
Health $519,948

Peter G. Peterson $320,332 Foundation

Anand Marri Anand Marri Helena Verdeli

Understanding Fiscal Responsibility Understanding Fiscal Responsibility Sanofi Aventis Global Access Program

Peter G. Peterson Foundation

Peter G. Peterson Foundation

New York University

Grantor
various $567

Harlem RBI $8,856

New York State
Education $8,352 Department

$92,000 $172,668 $25,112

Supplemental grant monies

Project Director Isobel Contento

Isobel Contento

Gary Natriello

Victoria Marsick Victoria Marsick and Martha Gephart

Ruth Vinz

Project Title
Earth Friends Project

Earth Friends Project

Cooperative Collection Development Fund

HBO Coaching Leadership Project

Huber Institute for Learning in Organizations

Secondary Literacy Institute

Grant

Home Box Office

Cambridge Leaders

City of New York Department of Education

$5,000 $41,667

$111,569

2011-2012 Faculty News & Notes

Faculty News and Notes

Thursday, April 5, 2012

Faculty Awards and Honors

John Allegrante has been named a Fulbright Ambassador to Iceland for the Public/Global Health and Specialist Program.

Benji Chang has won the Critical Educators for Social Justice SIG (CESJ) Community Advocacy Award for 2011. This award recognizes a community advocate who has made distinguished contributions in community activism focused on issues of social justice to improve the educational conditions of students, families and communities.

Ansley Erickson has been appointed to the editorial board of the journal Theory and Research in Education.

Carol Garber has been appointed chair of an American College of Sports Medicine Expert Panel on the Risks and Benefits of Exercise, which will be an international panel of experts who will develop a scientific consensus statement.

The Neag School of Education has selected Carol Garber as the recipient of the Neag Alumni Distinguished Researcher Award. The award is given to a senior level investigator who, over at least the last ten-year period of time has made significant research contributions to their field of study.

Carmen Martinez-Roldan has been selected as the recipient of the American Educational Research Association, Division K, Mid-Career Award based on the influence of her work in literacy, narrative, early childhood studies, and in the area of bilingual language and literacy education.

Felicia Mensah has been selected as one of two recipients of the American Educational Research Association, Division K, Early Career Award in recognition of her strong research and teaching trajectory focused on the preparation of science teachers who serve students of diverse backgrounds and who teach in urban settings.

Ernest Morrell was gave the Correll Lecture at the University of Maine on March 26. His lecture was titled “Powerful English Language Arts Teaching in the 21st Century Classroom.”

Carolyn Riehl has been appointed a member of the Ethics Committee for the American Educational Research Association and will serve a two-year term as Chair of the committee, beginning after the AERA annual meeting in Vancouver.

Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz was invited to appear on the 8th Annual Black Policy
Conference education panel at the Harvard John F. Kennedy School, March 29-30, 2012.

Faculty News & Notes, April 2012

Lyle Yorks and Yoshie Tomozumi Nakamura received the Elwood Holton III Research Excellence Award 2011 at the Academy of Human Resource Development annual meeting in Denver. The award is for the Outstanding Article in the Human Resource Development Review.

Faculty Publications of Books and Refereed Journal Articles

Allsup, Randall E. and Heidi Westerlund. (2012). Methods and situational ethics in music education. Action, Criticism, and Theory for Music Education 11(1): 124–48.

Bajaj, Monisha. (2012). Human Rights Education in Small Schools in India. Peace Review 24(1), 6-13.

Vavrus, Frances, Thomas, Matthew, and Bartlett, Lesley. (2011). Ensuring Quality by Attending to Inquiry: Learner-Centered Pedagogy in Sub-Saharan Africa. Fundamentals of Teacher Education Development Series. Addis Ababa: UNESCO International Institute for Capacity Building in Africa.

Erickson, Ansley. (2012). Building Inequality: The Spatial Organization of Schooling in Nashville, Tennessee after Brown." Journal of Urban History. 38(2). 247-270.

Goodwin, A. Lin. (2012). Quality teachers, Singapore style. In L. Darling-Hammond & A. Lieberman (Eds.), Teacher education around the world, pp. 22-43. NY: Taylor and Francis.

Goodwin, A. Lin. (2012). Teaching as a profession: Are we there yet? In C. Day (Ed.), The Routledge International Handbook of Teacher and School Development, pp, 44-56. Abingdon, UK: Taylor and Francis.

Levin, Henry. (2012). Reconstructing Education in America.” In Research on Schools, Neighborhoods, and Communities: Toward Civic Responsibility, William F. Tate IV, ed. pp. 217-232. Published for AERA. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.

Levin, Henry. (2012). Some Economic Guidelines for Design of a Charter School District, Economics of Education Review, 31. 331-343.

Marri, Anand, Patterson, T., & Wylie, S. (2012). Teaching about global debt in social studies classrooms. Social Science Docket, 12 (1), 14-15.

Martinez-Alvarez, P. & Torres-Guzman, Maria E. (2012) Bilingual Teacher
Education Students' Struggle with Interculturality. In Martinez Agudo, J.
de D. (Ed.) Teaching and Learning English through Bilingual Education. Newcastle upon Tyne: UK. 213-242.

Xiao, Y. &, Meier, Ellen. (2011). Education Technology as a Catalyst for Education Development - a Policy Perspective. In T. Huang and A. Wiseman (Eds.), The Impact and

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Transformation of Education Policy in China (pp. 313-343). Bingley, U.K.: Emerald Group

Publishing Limited.
Lim, K. & Meier, Ellen. (2011). Different but similar: computer use patterns between young

Korean males and females. Educational Technology Research & Development 59(4). 575-592.

Nadelstern, Eric. (2012). Teachers' Peer Review Would Strengthen the Profession. Schoolbook. The New York Times. http://www.nytimes.com/schoolbook/2012/02/15/teachers-peer-review- would-strengthen-the-profession/.

Nadelstern, Eric. (2012). Tutoring Services Providers Must Be Held to Higher Standards. Schoolbook. The New York Times. http://www.nytimes.com/schoolbook/2012/03/01/tutoring- services-providers-must-be-held-to-higher-standards.

Weintraub, Robert J. (2012). 15 Lessons on Leadership. Phi Delta Kappa. 93(7): 80.

Wells, Amy Stuart, Ready, Douglas D., Duran, J., Grzesikowski, C., Hill, K., Roda, A., Warner, M, & White, T. (2012). Still separate, still unequal, but not always so “suburban”: The changing nature of suburban school districts in the New York metropolitan area. In W.F. Tate (Ed.), Research on schools, neighborhoods, and communities (125-149). Washington, DC: American Educational Research Association.

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New grant monies

Project Director

Thomas Bailey Henry Levin Madhabi Chatterji

Hsu-Min Chiang

A.Lin Goodwin

Project Title

Grantor

Grant

46,706

75,000 124,748

24,622 6,117

Grant

413,520 352,561

Grant

6,572 6,563

Grant

4,376,001 2,502,000

499,992 25,000

Faculty News & Notes, April 2012

Faculty achievement in grant monies received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts (February, 2012)

Dual Enrollment in Tennessee

Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce

Economic Value of Opportunity Youth Report

W.K. Kellogg Foundation

Improving Validity at the Nexus of Assessment Design and Use

National Science Foundation

Predictive Factors of Participation in Employment for High School Leavers with Autism

Organization for Autism Research

Project Director

Joanna Williams Suniya Luthar

Project Title

Embedded Text Structure Instruction Substance Abuse Among Suburban Youth

Teacher Opportunity Corps

New York State Education Department

Grantor

United States Department of Education

United States Health and Human Services

Grantor

Renewed grant monies

Supplemental grant monies

Project Director

Thomas Bailey Ellen Meier

Project Title

Achieving the Dream Initiative

W.K. Kellogg Foundation

Center for Technology and School Change

Westchester County Board of Education

Faculty achievement in grant monies received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts (March, 2012)

New grant monies

Project Director

Thomas Bailey Thomas Bailey

Henry Levin Ann Rivet

Project Title

Grantor

Improving Student Performance

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

Community College Resource Center Operating Support

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

Educational Cost Effectiveness

United States Department of Education

Planning for a Collaborative Center of Excellence in Geographical and Earth

National Geographic Society Education

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Faculty News & Notes, April 2012

Science Education

Foundation

Collaborative Research: Sensory Integration and Sensorimotor Transformations for Dexterous Manipulation

National Science Foundation

Virginia Community College System Qualitative Training

Virginia Community College System

Andrew Gordon Thomas Bailey

Renewed grant monies

Project Director Project Title

Paternal Criminal Justice Involvement and Robert Carter Substance Abuse in Children and

Adolescents

Supplemental grant monies

Grantor

Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene

Grantor

117,892 4,995

Grant

71,747

Grant

25,000 414,605 9,500 50,000 60,000

Project Director

Victoria Marsick

Gita Steiner- Khamsi

Peter Coleman Mun Tsang Michael Rebell

Project Title

HBO Coaching Leadership Program

Home Box Office

Pakistan Pre-Service

EDC Inc.

Projected Social Conflicts as Complex Systems

The Community Foundation

Research on Chinese Education

Forexcellence Ltd.

Safeguarding Sound Basic Education

Robert Sterling Clark Foundation

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Faculty News and Notes

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Faculty Awards and Honors

Lesley Bartlett was selected as a mentor for the Early Career Fellowship, Council on Anthropology and Education, American Anthropological Association.

Lesley Bartlett was selected by the National Academy of Education (NAEd) to serve as a First Round Reader for the Dissertation Fellowship Program

A. Lin Goodwin presented the keynote address: Quality teacher educators = Quality teachers at the 1st Global Teacher Education Summit, Center of Teacher Education Research, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China. October 28-31, 2011

David Hansen will receive an Honorary Doctorate within the field of the Faculty Board of Humanities and Social Sciences in February 2012 from Orebro University in Sweden.

Kathleen O’Connell was elected the chairperson of the newly established Expert Panel on Health Behavior for the American Academy of Nursing.

Hansun Zhang Waring has been appointed to the editorial board of Classroom Discourse, an international, peer reviewed journal that provides a forum in which research from language and education disciplines can be combined (Taylor & Francis Group/Routledge).

Joanna Williams has been elected a Fellow of the Psychology Section of the New York Academy of Sciences.

Faculty Publications of Books and Refereed Journal Articles

Allsup, Randall E., (2011). Music teacher preparation and curriculum in Finland. School Music News, 75 (3), 50-51.

Bajaj, Monisha (2011). Schooling for Social Change: The Rise and Impact of Human Rights Education in India. New York & London: Continuum.

Bajaj, Monisha & Brantmeier, E. Guest Editors. (2011). Special issue of the Journal of Peace Education on The Politics, Possibilities and Praxis of a Critical Peace Education. Volume 8, No. 3.

Bartlett, Lesley, Jayaram, Kiran [TC doctoral student], and Bonhomme, Gulin. (2011). State Literacies and Inequality: Managing Haitian Immigrants in the Dominican Republic. International Journal of Educational Development 31, 6, 587-595.

Faculty News & Notes, November 2011

Borland, James H. (2012). You Can’t Teach an Old Dogmatist New Tricks: Dogmatism and Gifted Education. In D. Ambrose, R. J. Sternberg, and B. Sriraman (Eds.) Confronting dogmatism in gifted education (pp.11-24). New York: Routledge.

Goodwin, A. Lin. (2011). Professional Development Schools and the professionalization of teaching. In J. E. Neapolitan (Ed.), Taking Stock of Professional Development Schools: What’s Needed Now, National Society for the Study of Education, Vol. 110, Issue 2, pp. 432-443. NY: Teachers College.

Gordon, Andrew M. (2011) To constrain or not to constrain, and other stories of intensive upper extremity training for children with unilateral cerebral palsy. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology. 53 (S4): 56-61.

Gordon, Andrew M., Hadders-Algra, M (2011) Can cerebral palsy impairments be minimized in infants at risk? Potential insights from basic neuroscience research. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology. 53 (S4), 2-4.

Hung, Y-C, Casertano, L, Hillman, A, Gordon, Andrew M. (2011) The Effect of training specificity on bimanual coordination in children with hemiplegia. Research in Developmental Disabilities 32: 2724-2731.

Islam, M, Gordon, Andrew M., Forssberg, H, Sköld, A, Eliasson, AC (2011) Grip force coordination during a bimanual task in unilateral cerebral palsy. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 53: 920-926.

Han, ZhaoHong (2011). Fossilization - A classic concern of second language acquisition research. In S. Gass & A. Mackey (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Second Language Acquisition (pp. 476-490). New York: Routledge.

Malandraki, Georgia A., Hind J, Gangnon R, Logemann J, Robbins J (2011). The utility of pitch elevation in the evaluation of oropharyngeal dysphagia: Preliminary findings. American Journal of Speech and Language Pathology, Nov;20(4):262-8.

Crocco, M., Marri, Anand, & Wylie, S. (2011). Income inequality and U.S. tax policy. Social Education, 75 (5), 256-262.

Marri, Anand, Perin, Dolores, Crocco, M., Rivet, Ann, Riccio, Jessica, & Chase, B. (2011). Content-Driven Literacy: One approach for urban secondary teacher education. The New Educator, 7 (4), 325-351.

Kinzer, Charles K, Hoffman, D. L., Turkay, S., Gunbas, N. & Chantes, P. (2011). Exploring motivation and comprehension of a narrative in a video game, book and comic book format. In P. J. Dunston, L. B. Gambrell, K. Headley, S. K. Fullerton, P. M. Stecker, V. R. Gillis, & C. C. Bates (Eds.), Literacy Research Association Yearbook 60 (pp. 263-278). Oak Creek, WI: Literacy Research Association.

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Faculty News & Notes, November 2011

Peverly, Stephen T., & Sumowski, J. F. (2011).What variables predict quality of text notes and are text notes related to performance on different types of tests? Applied Cognitive Psychology. DOI: 10.1002/acp.1802.

Ready, Douglas D., & Silander, M.R. (2011). School racial composition and young children’s cognitive development: Isolating family, neighborhood, and school influences. In E. Frankenberg & E. DeBray (Eds.), Integrating schools in a changing society: New policies and legal options for a multiracial generation (91-113). Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press.

Schmidt, Sandra J. (2011). Who lives on the other side of that boundary: A model of geographic thinking. Social Education, 75(5), 250-255.

Schmidt, Sandra J. & Garrett, H.J. (2011). Reconstituting pessimistic discourses. Critical Arts, 25(3), 423-440.

Schmidt, Sandra J. (2011). Making space for the citizen in geography education. Journal of Geography, 110(3), 107-119.

Sealey-Ruiz, Yolanda. (2011). Learning to talk and write about race: Developing racial literacy in a college English classroom. The English Quarterly. The Canadian Council of Teachers of English Language Arts, Vol. 42, 1, pp. 24-42.

Sealey-Ruiz, Yolanda & Greene, P.E. (2011). Embracing urban youth culture in the context of education. The Urban Review, Vol. 43, pp. 339-357.

Sealey-Ruiz, Yolanda (2011c, The use of educational documentary in urban teacher education: A case study of Beyond the Bricks. The Journal of Negro Education. Vol. 80, 3, pp. 310-324.

Waring, Hansun Z., & Hruska, B. (2011). Getting and keeping Nora on board: A novice elementary ESOL student teacher's practices for lesson engagement. Linguistics and Education, 22, 441-455.

Faculty achievement in grant monies received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts (October, 2011)

New grant monies

Mun Tsang Advanced Education Management ($37,000)

Regina Cortina Developing Professionals in International and Comparative Education ($6,000)

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Jeanne Brooks-Gunn

Joey Lee

Renewed grant monies

Joanna Williams Herbert Ginsburg

O. Roger Anderson

Supplemental grant monies

Ellen Meier
Jeanne Brooks-Gunn

Ruth Vinz

Latino American Children and School Readiness: The Role of Early Care Arrangements and Caregiver Language ($24,919)

Polar Learning and Responding: POLAR Climate Partnership ($60,000)

Embedded Text Structure Instruction ($204,142)

MathemAntics Preschool 3: Development and Evaluation of Mathematics Software for Children from Preschool to Grade 3 ($458,342)

CCEP-1: Polar Learning and Responding: POLAR Climate Partnership ($43,963)

Center for Technology and School Change ($163,500)

Neighborhood Change, Residential Mobility, Food Institutions and Food Consumption ($35,000)

Secondary Literacy Institute ($12,634)

Faculty News & Notes, November 2011

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Faculty News and Notes

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Faculty Awards and Honors

Monisha Bajaj was nominated and selected as an Asia Society Young Global Leader and a delegate to this year's Asia 21 Young Leaders Summit in New Delhi, India

Melanie E. Brewster was recognized in three different awards at the Annual American Psychological Association Convention, August, 2011 in Washington, DC: the Outstanding Major Contribution Award from the Society of Counseling Psychology in recognition of the most outstanding major contribution published in The Counseling Psychologist; The Barbara Kirk Awardfrom the Society of Counseling Psychology in recognition of outstanding student-initiated research; and the Distinguished Student Contribution Award presented by the Society for the Psychological Study of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues, for distinguished contribution to research, practice, or exceptional service to the Division.

Stephen Dubin has become a Research Affiliate of the Research Centre for Visual Identities in Art and Design at the University of Johannesburg.

Ansley Erickson’s 2010 dissertation, “Schooling the Metropolis: Educational Inequality Made and Remade, Nashville, Tennessee, 1945-1985,’ (Ph.D. Diss., Columbia University, 2010), has been awarded the 2011 History of Education Society Claude A. Eggertsen Prize for best dissertation in the field of history of education.

Matthew Johnson has been serving on the Technical Advisory Committee on Standard Setting for the 2011 NAEP Writing Assessment for the past year.

Jo Anne Kleifgen has been appointed to the international editorial board of Multimodal Communication, a new Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand publication, which will first appear in December.

Georgia Malandraki was awarded the 2011 Early Contributions in Research Award by the American Speech Language and Hearing Association.

Janet L. Miller delivered a Keynote Address as part of a Special Session, “Writing(s) in Education: Between Aesthetics and Science,” at the 34th Annual Meeting of Brazil's National Association of Post-Graduate Programs and Research in Education. The Annual Meeting, with the Program Theme of “Education and Social Justice,” was held in Natal, Brazil, October 2-6, 2011.

Ernest Morrell delivered keynote addresses to both the Colorado Language Arts Society (CLAS) and the New England Reading Association (NERA) last week, has been named the Vice President of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE).

Faculty News & Notes, October 2011

Robert Weintraub has been named as an Honoree by the Brookline High School 21st Century Fund, the school's private non-profit foundation that supports innovation at the school, for his part in establishing the foundation with has raised over $8 million over the past 12 years and supported the development of several nationally significant programs.

Recent Faculty Publications of Books and Refereed Journal Articles

Azzarito, Laura. (2011). Body encounters: Embracing pedagogies of difference. In S. Brown, Issues and controversies in physical education: Policy, power and pedagogy. Pearson Education.

Azzarito, Laura. (2011). Young bodies; Vulnerable identities. In K. Armour (Ed.), Introduction to sport pedagogy for teachers and coaches. London: Routledge.

Azzarito, Laura & Sterling, J. (2011). “What it was in my eyes”: Picturing youths’ embodiment in ‘real’ spaces. In C. Phoenix & B. Smith, The world of physical culture in sport and exercise – Visual methods for qualitative research. London: Routledge.

Azzarito, Laura. (2011). Young people learning how to move in the world: The visual as a body pedagogy. Published at: www.physical-literacy.org.uk

Azzarito, Laura. (2011). “I’ve lost my football...” Rethinking gender(s), the hidden curriculum, and sport in the global context. In R. Bailey & S. Dagkas (Eds.), Sport for all? Exclusion from and through sport. London: Routledge.

Azzarito, Laura. (2011). An introduction to qualitative research methods. E-guide, AAPHERD website. Published at: E-guide link: http://issuu.com/TracieYorke/docs/e- guide_to_qualitative_research_methods/27

Donovan, K. L., & Brassard, M. R. (2011). Trajectories of maternal verbal aggression across the middle school years: Associations with negative view of self and social problems. Child Abuse and Neglect doi:10.1016/j.chiabu.2011.06.001.

Baker, A., Brassard, M. R., Schneiderman, M., & Donnelly, L. J. (2011). How well do parenting programs teach about psychological maltreatment? Child Abuse and Neglect. Doi:10,1016/j.chiabu.2011.05.013.

Chatterji, M. (2010). Review of “Closing the racial achievement gap: Learning from Florida's reforms”. Boulder, CO: National Education Policy Center. Available at: http://nepc.colorado.edu/thinktank/learnin-from-florida

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Chatterji, M. (2012). Development and validation of indicators of teacher proficiency in diagnostic classroom assessment. The International Journal of Educational and Psychological Assessment, 9 (2), 4-25.

DeCarlo, L.T., Kim, YK, and Johnson, M.S. (2011). “A Hierarchical Rater Model for Constructed Responses, with a Signal Detection Rater Model” Journal of Educational Measurement, 48(3):333–356.

Erickson, Ansley. (2011). “The Rhetoric of Choice: Segregation, Desegregation, and Charter Schools,” Dissent, Fall, 42-46.

Hansen, David T. (2011). The Teacher and the World: A Study of Cosmopolitanism as Education (Routledge).

Gold, Eva, Henig, Jeffrey R., and Simon, Elaine. (2011). “Calling the Shots in Public Education: Parents, Politicians, and Educators Clash,” Dissent (Fall): 34-40.

Greer, R. D., & Ross, D. E., (2008). Verbal behavior analysis: Developing and expanding verbal capabilities in children with language delays. Boston: Pearson/Allyn & Bacon/Merrill. Translation by Drs. Hye-suk Park and Jinyeouk Choi (Both TC alumni). Korean translation published in October 2011.

Knight, Michelle. (2011). Where and how do “we” enter: (Re)imagining and bridging culturally relevant civic engagements of teacher educators, teachers and immigrant youth, Teacher Education &Practice, 24(3), 362-365

Knight, Michelle, & Oesterreich, H. (2011). Opening our eyes, changing our practices. Learning through the transnational lifeworlds of teachers. Journal of Intercultural Education, 22(3), 203-216.

Luke, N., Greer, R.D., Singer-Dudek, J., & Keohane, D.D. (2011). The emergence of autoclitic frames in atypically and typically developing children as a function of multiple exemplar instruction. The Analysis of Verbal Behavior, 27, 141-156.

Marri, A. (2011). Closing the civic opportunity gap: The imperative for teacher education. Teacher Education & Practice, 24 (3), 354-358.

Mirra, N., and Morrell, E. (2011). Teachers as Civic Agents: Toward a Critical Democratic Theory of Urban Teacher Development Journal of Teacher Education, 62 (4), 408- 420.

Morrell, E., and Noguera, P. (2011). A framework for change: A broader and bolder approach to school reform. Teachers College Record. August 4, 2011: http://www.tcrecord.org. ID Number 16503.

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Morrell, E. (2011). Critical Approaches to Media in Urban English Language Arts Teacher Development. Action in Teaching Education, 33 (2), 157-171.

Morrell, E. (2011). Powerful Leadership in English Education. English Leadership Quarterly, 34(2) 14-18.

Price-Dennis, D., & Souto-Manning, M. (2011). (Re)Framing diverse pre-service classrooms as spaces for culturally relevant teaching. Journal of Negro Education, 80(3), 223-238.

Singer-Dudek, J., Oblak, M., & Greer, R. D. (2011). Establishing books as conditioned reinforcers for preschool children as a function of an observational intervention. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 44, 421-434.

Silverman, S. (2011). Teaching for student learning in physical education. Journal of Physical Education Recreation and Dance, 82(6), 29-34.

Varenne, Herve. (2010). “Facing the power of education, comprehensively.” in Educating Comprehensively: Varieties of Educational Experiences. Edited by L.Lin, E. W. Gordon, & H. Varenne. Volume Three of the Perspectives on Comprehensive Education Series. Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellen Press. pp. 337-354.

Varenne, Herve . (2011). “Education, cultural production, and figuring out what to do next.” Blackwell Companion to Anthropology of Education, ed. by M. Pollock and B. Levinson. Wiley-Blackwell.

Varenne, Herve. (2012). “Education into the online world: Issues in the appropriation of online text in the production of everyday life.” In Global Media Journal 11, 18, (with Gillian Andrews as first author).

Varenne, Herve. (2011). “Imagining How to Break the Co-optation of a Consensus. A Response to 'Imagining No Child Left Behind Freed from Neoliberal Hijackers'”, Democracy and Education 19, 2 (online journal).

Verdeli, H., Baily, C., Vousoura, E., Belser, A., Singla, D., & Manos, G. (2011). The case for treating depression in military spouses. Journal of Family Psychology, 25(4), 488- 496.

Patel, V., Chowdhary N., Rahman A., & Verdeli H. (2011). Improving access to psychological treatments: Lessons from developing countries (Invited Essay). Behaviour Research & Therapy, 49(9), 523-528.

Shultz, J. M., Kelly, F., Forbes, D., Verdeli, H., Leon, F., Rosen, A., Neria, Y. (2011). Triple threat trauma: Evidence-based mental health response for the 2011 Japan disaster. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 26(3), 1-5.

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Waring, H. Z. (2011). Learner initiatives and learning opportunities. Classroom Discourse,

2(2), 201-218.
Torres-Guzmán, M. E., Lao, C. and Han, A. (2011) Hidden Jewels: San Francisco Chinese

Immersion Programs.

Torres-Guzman, M. E., Exteberría, F., and Intxausti Intxausti, N. ( 2011). A Study of Immigrant Parental Attitudes in the Basque Country, Spain. NY: The New Teacher, 7 (1): 44-65.

Faculty achievement in grant monies received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts (September, 2011)

In Rong, X. L., & Endo, R. (Eds.), Asian American Education -

Identities, Racial Issues, and Languages (pp.201-222). Charlotte, NC: Information

Age Publishing, Inc.

New grant monies

Charles Basch

Jeanne Brooks-Gunn

Lucy Calkins Sharon Lynn Kagan

Sharon Lynn Kagan Nancy Lesko Helena Verdeli

Renewed grant monies

Lucy Calkins Lucy Calkins Matthew Johnson

Text Messaging to Reduce Early Discontinuation of Adjuvant Hormonal Therapy in Breast Cancer: Randomized Trial ($16,725)

The Effect of the Recession on Fragile Families ($82,22)

Mexico Literacy Project ($117,990)

Analyzing the Content of Mathematics Early Learning Standards Contract ($117,739)

National In-Service Training Course to Strengthen Child Rights in ECD ($32,428)

Development of an Effective Innovation Toolkit Through Curriculum Design ($205,780)

Sanofi Aventis Global Access Program ($45,500)

The Reading and Writing Project ($5,200,000) The Reading and Writing Project ($3,400,000)

Emerging Empirical Research: Development and Application of a Multilevel Multiple Group CDM- A

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Ann Rivet Barbara Tversky

Comparison of Cognitive Attribute Distributions Based on Eighth Grade TIMSS Mathematics ($382,378)

Collaborative Research: Bridging Between Tabletop Models and the Earth System ($222,392)

HCC:Medium:Collaborative Research-Generating Effective Dynamic Explanations in Augmented Reality ($106,892)

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Thursday, September 15, 2011

Faculty Awards and Honors

Lin Goodwin has been nominated (and has accepted the nomination) to run for Vice President for AERA's Division K--Teaching and Teacher Education.

Judith Scott-Clayton was named as a Faculty Research Fellow of the National Bureau of Economic Research effective June 2011.

Georgia A. Malandraki has been awarded the 2011 Early Contributions in Research Award by the American Speech Language and Hearing Association.

Mariana Souto-Manning was the Keynote Speaker at the Annual Meeting of the Literacies for All Summer Institute in Las Vegas, NV, July 22, 2011 on “Revisioning Everyday Texts, Envisioning Changes.”

Mariana Souto-Manning was recently appointed to serve as a member of the Standing Committee on Research for the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE). Her three- year term will begin after the 2011 Annual Convention scheduled for November 17-22, in Chicago.

Recent Faculty Publications of Books and Refereed Journal Articles

Allsup, R. E. (2011). Sequoias, mavericks, open doors . . . composing Joan Tower. Philosophy of Music Education Review, 19 (1), 24-36.

Bartlett, Lesley and Garcia, Ofelia. (2011). Additive Schooling in Subtractive Times: Educating Dominican Immigrant Youth in the Heights. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press.

Bartlett, L. and Koyama, J. (2011). Additive Schooling: A Critical Small School for Latino Immigrant Youth. In Tyner, Alia and Hantzopoulos, Maria (eds), Critical Small Schools in New York City. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers.

Bartlett, L., López, D. [TC grad 2011], Mein, E., and Valdiviezo, L. [TC grad 2011] (2011) Adolescent Literacies in Latin America and the Caribbean. In Gadsden, V., Wortham, S., & Lukose, R. (Eds.), Review of Research in Education 34. American Educational Research Association (AERA).

Faculty News & Notes, May 2011

Bengtsson, S. [TC grad 2011] and Bartlett, L. (2011) From Child-Friendly Schools to Child- Friendly Research Methods. In Education in Conflict: A Tribute to Jackie Kirk. New York: Teachers College Press.

Black, J.B. (2011) Video games as perceptually grounding experiences to enhance formal learning. In F. C. Blumberg (Ed.) Learning by playing: Frontiers of video gaming in education. New York: Oxford University Press.

Han, I. and Black, J. (2011) Incorporating haptic feedback in simulations for learning physics. Computers and Education. 57, 2281-2290.

Burke, W.W. (2011) A perspective on the field of organization development and change: The Zeigarnik effect. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 47(2), 143-167.

Liberman, B.E, C. J. Block & Sandy M. Koch (2011): Diversity Trainer Preconceptions: The Effects of Trainer Race and Gender on Perceptions of Diversity Trainer Effectiveness, Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 33:3, 279-293

Ben Frymer, Matt Carlin [TC grad 2011] & J. Broughton (eds.) (2011). Cultural Studies, Education and Youth. Lexington Books. [Includes chapters by eight TC graduate students.]

Corter, J. E., Esche, S. K., Chassapis, C., Ma, J., & Nickerson, J. V. (2011). Process and learning outcomes from remotely-operated, simulated, and hands-on student laboratories. Computers & Education, 57(3), 2054-2067.

Im, S., & Corter, J. E. (2011). Statistical consequences of attribute misspecification in the Rule Space method. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 71(4), 712-731.

Friedrich, D., Jaastad, B., & Popkewitz, T. S. (2011). Democratic Education: An (Im)Possibility That Yet Remains To Come. In M. Simons & J. Masschelein (Eds.), Ranciere, Public Education and the Taming of democracy. Wiley-Blackwell.

Gordon, A.M., Hung, YC, Brandao, M, Ferre, CL, Kuo, H-C, Friel, K, Petra, E, Chinnan, A, Charles, JR (2011). Bimanual Training and Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy in Children with Hemiplegic Cerebral Palsy: A Randomized Trial. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair 25: 692-702.

DeCarlo, L. T. (2011). Signal detection theory with item effects. Journal of Mathematical

Psychology, 55, 229-239.

DeCarlo, L. T., Kim, Y. K., & Johnson, M. S. (2011). A hierarchical rater model for

constructed responses, with a signal detection rater model. Journal of Educational

Measurement, 48, 333-356.

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Prabhu, S, Diermayr, G, Gysin, P, Gordon, A.M. (2011). Impaired anticipatory control of grasp during gait in children with hemiplegic cerebral palsy. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 53: 865-869.

Craje, C, Lukos, J, Ansuini, C, Gordon, A.M., Santello M (2011). The effects of task and content on digit placement on a bottle. Experimental Brain Research 212: 119-24.

Zhang, W, Gordon, A.M., McIsaac, T, Santello, M (2011). Within-trial modulation of multi- digit forces to friction". Experimental Brain Research 211: 17-26.

Diermayr, G, McIsaac, T, Kaminski, TR, Gordon, A.M. (2011). Aging effects on object transport during gait. Gait and Posture 34: 334-339.

Gordon, A.M. (2011). Invited Commentary: Is it time to remove the restraints? Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology. 53: 292-293.

Henig, J. R. (2011).“I Used to Think: ‘Ideas Have Sharper Edges Than Real Phenomena.’” In I Used to Think . . . And Now I Think: Twenty Leading Educators Reflect on the Work of School Reform, edited by Richard F. Elmore. Cambridge MA: Harvard Education Press.

Henig, J. R, (2011). Review of Brown in Baltimore: Schools, Desegregation, and the Politics of Liberalism by Howell S. Baum. City & Community.10:3. 342-3.

Kieffer, M. J. (2011). Converging trajectories: Reading growth in language minority learners and their classmates, kindergarten to grade eight. American Educational Research Journal, 48, 1157-1186.

Brasseur-Hock, I. F., Hock, M. F., Kieffer, M. J., Biancarosa, G., & Deshler, D. D. (2011). Adolescent struggling readers in urban schools: Results of a latent class analysis. Learning and Individual Differences, 21, 438-452.

Wirkala, C., & Kuhn, D. (2011). Problem-Based Learning in K-12 Education: Is it Effective and How Does it Achieve its Effects? American Educational Research Journal, 48 (5), 1125 - 1156.

Levy, E. S., Goral, M., Castelluccio de Diesbach, C., & Law II, F. F. (2011). Stronger accent following a stroke—the case of a trilingual with aphasia. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 1-16. Advance online publication. doi: 10.3109/02699206.2011.570408

Levy, E. S. & Crowley, C. J. (2011). Policies and practices regarding students with accents in speech-language pathology training programs. Communication Disorders Quarterly, 32, 1-10. doi: 10.1177/1525740111409567

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Marri, A., Ahn, M., Crocco, M., Grolnick, M., Gaudelli, W., & Walker, E. (2011). Teaching the federal budget, national debt, and budget deficit: Findings from high school teachers. The Social Studies, 102 (5), 204-210.

Michael-Luna, S., & Marri, A. (2011). Rethinking diversity in re-segregated schools: Lessons from a case study of urban K-8 pre-service teachers. Fully co-authored. Urban Education, 46 (2), 178-201.

Naraian, S. (2011). Pedagogic voicing: The struggle for participation in an inclusive classroom. Anthropology and Education Quarterly, 42(3), 245–262.

Neumann, A. (2011). “Scholarly Learning and the Academic Profession in a Time of Change.” In The American Academic Profession: Transformation in Contemporary Higher Education, edited by Joseph C. Hermanowicz. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, pp. 191-215.

Neumann, A., and A.M. Pallas. (2011). “Windows of Possibility: Perspectives on the Construction of Educational Researchers.” In The SAGE Handbook for Research in Education, 2nd ed., Pursuing Ideas as the Keystone of Exemplary Practice, edited by Clifton F. Conrad and Ronald C. Serlin. Los Angeles: Sage. 299-322.

Scott-Clayton, J. 2011 (Summer). "On Money and Motivation: A Quasi-Experimental Analysis of Financial Incentives for College Achievement." Journal of Human Resources 46(3): 614-646.

Souto-Manning, M. (2011). Playing with power and privilege: Theatre games in teacher education. Teaching and Teacher Education, 27(6), 997-1007.

Souto-Manning, M., & Vasquez, V. (2011). Early childhood education assembly: Changing the face of early literacy education within NCTE and beyond. English Journal, 101(1), 123- 125.

Gregg, K., Rugg, M., & Souto-Manning, M. (2011). Fostering family-centered practices through a family-created portfolio. The School Community Journal 71(1), 53-70.

Souto-Manning, M. (2011). Publishers in the mix: Examining literacy curricula. In N. File, J. Mueller, & D. B. Wisneski (Eds.), Curriculum in early childhood: Reexamined, rediscovered, renewed. London, UK: Routledge.

Oyler, C. (2011). Actions speak louder than words: Community activism as curriculum. New York: Routledge.

Rebell, M. (2011). CFE v. State of New York: Past, Present, and Future, 13 NYSBA Gov’t Law & Policy J.24.

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Sue, D. W., Rivera, D. P., Watkins, N. L., Kim, R. H., Kim, S. & Williams, C. D. (2011). Racial dialogues: Challenges faculty of color face in the classroom. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology. 17, 331-340.

Sue, D. W. (2011). The Challenge of White Dialectics: Making the “Invisible” Visible. The Counseling Psychologist, 39, 415-422.

Verdeli, H., Baily, C.*, Vousoura, E.*, Belser, A.*, Singla, D.*, & Manos, G. (2011). The case for treating depression in military spouses. Journal of Family Psychology, 25(4), 488-496.

Patel, V., Chowdhary N., Rahman A., & Verdeli H., (2011). Improving access to psychological treatments: Lessons from developing countries (Invited Essay). Behaviour Research & Therapy, 49(9), 523-528.

Shultz, J. M., Kelly, F., Forbes, D., Verdeli, H. Leon, F., Rosen, A., Neria, Y. (2011). Triple threat trauma: Evidence-based mental health response for the 2011 Japan disaster. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 26(3), 1-5.

Nakamura, Y. T. & Yorks, L. (2011). The role of reflective practices in building social capital in organizations from an HRD perspective. Human Resource Development Review, 10(3), 222-245.

Faculty achievement in grant monies received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts (April 2011)

New grant monies

Sharon Lynn Kagan Michael Kieffer

Thomas Bailey

Renewed grant monies

Gary Natriello

Case Studies of Early Childhood Experiences on Long Island ($127,000)

Exploring Heterogeneity in the Linguistic, Mentalinguistic and Reading Skill Profiles of Adolescent English Language Learners ($25,000)

Instructional Reform as a Lever to Increase College Completion ($1,560,001)

Cooperative Collection Development Fund ($9,214)

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Jeanne Brooks-Gunn

Supplement grant monies

Ellen Meier Ruth Vinz

Neighborhood Context and Adolescent Psychological and Behavioral Health ($98,329)

Center for Technology and School Change ($27,500) Secondary Literacy Institute ($33,255)

New grant monies

Michael Rebell

Renewed grant monies

Suniya Luthar Herb Ginsburg

Supplement grant monies

David Hansen Ruth Vinz

Safeguarding Sound Basic Education ($400,000)

Maternal Drug Abuse, Psychopathology and Child Adaptation ($485,259)

MatheAntics Pre-school-3: Development and Evaluation of Mathematics Software for Children from Preschool to Grade 3 ($408,408)

Philosophy in the Schools ($6,510) Secondary Literacy Institute ($27,492)

Faculty News & Notes, May 2011

Faculty achievement in grant monies received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts (May 2011)

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New grant monies

Lin Goodwin
Gita Steiner Khamsi Helena V erdeli

Renewed grant monies

Suniya Luthar

Lucy Calkins Mun Tsang Michael Rebell

Supplement grant monies

Thomas Bailey Ellen Meier Isobel Contento David Hansen Ruth Vinz Suniya Luthar

MindUP Online Teacher Training Program ($25,000) Pakistan Pre-Service ($4,120,211)
Sustainable Mental Health Capacity in Haiti ($55,000)

Family Research Consortium V: Transdisciplinary Consortium on Mental Health ($227,685)

Mentor Principal Collaboration Program ($100,000) Peking University Founder's Group Project ($20,000) National Access Network ($25,000)

Achieving the Dream Initiative ($3,286)

Center for Technology and School Change ($21,897)

Earth Friends Project ($1,950)

Philosophy in the Schools ($6,510)

Secondary Literacy Institute ($78,024)

Substance Abuse Among Suburban Youth: A Prospective Study ($25,471)

Faculty News & Notes, May 2011

Faculty achievement in grant monies received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts (June 2011)

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2010-2011 Faculty News & Notes

FACULTY “NEWS AND NOTES” SEPTEMBER 16, 2010

FACULTY HONORS AND AWARDS:
Anna Neumann is President Elect of the Association for the Study of Higher Education and is joining the board of that organization. ASHE is the primary professional organization for researchers in the field of higher education.

Carol Garber was nominated for Vice President (Education and Allied Health) of the American College of Sports Medicine.

Tom Hatch was selected for inclusion in The Best of Educational Leadership 2009-2010 for this article “The Outside-Inside Connection.” Alexandria, VA: ASCD.

Hank Levin was the Keynote Speaker at the Annual Meeting of the Spanish Economics of Education Society in Zaragoza, Spain, July 8, 2010 on “Quantifying the Economic Payoff to High School Completion.”

Lisa Miller has just been awarded the Virginia Sexton Mentoring Award from APA Division 36, awarded only every three years. The Sexton Award was in part based upon the large number of her students over the past five years to have published in peer review journals.

Francisco Rivera-Batiz received the 2010 Outstanding Teaching Award of the School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA). The award is determined on the basis of student evaluations and by popular voting among the School's students. It represents the highest honor provided by the School for quality of teaching. Prof. Rivera-Batiz, who is an affiliate professor at SIPA, received notice of the award at the SIPA graduation ceremony on May 17, 2010.

Mariana Souto-Manning was selected as Mentor in NCTE's Cultivating New Voices Program, 2008-2010.

Derald Wing Sue was awarded the 2010 Global Diversity and National Inclusion Book of the Year Award by UnityFirst.com and Forbes/Diversity for his new book: Microaggressions in Everyday Life: Race, Gender and Sexual Orientation published by John Wiley and Sons.

Mun Tsang received an award for "International Scholar for Excellent Contributions to Chinese Educational Development," from the Chinese Society of Education, China, to recognize close to 30 years of professional work on Chinese education.

Helena Verdeli is the Editorial Board Member of Current Psychiatry Reviews. She is also the co-chair, International recruitment subcommittee, APA, division 5 (International Psychology)

RECENT FACULTY PUBLICATION OF BOOKS AND REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES:

Parlamis, J., Allred, K., & Block, C.J. (2010). Letting off steam or just steaming? The influence of target and status on attributions and anger. International Journal of Conflict Management, 21, 260-280.

Broughton, J. (2010). Culutral studies and schools. In C. Clauss-Ehlers (Ed.), Handbook of Cross-Culutral School Psychology.

Calkins, et al. (2010). Units of Study for Teaching Reading, Grades 3-5: A Curriculum for the Reading Workshop. Portsmouth: Heinemann firsthand.

Coleman, P. T., Vallacher, R., Nowak, A., Bui-Wrzosinska, L., & Bartoli, A. (2010). Navigating the landscape of conflict: Applications of dynamical systems theory to protracted social conflict. In Ropers, N. (Ed.), Systemic Thinking and Conflict Transformation. Berlin, Germany: Berghof Foundation for Peace Support.

Liebovitch, L. S., Vallacher, R. R., Nowak, A., Coleman, P. T., Bartoli, A., & Bui- Wrzosinska, L. (2010). Mathematical models of the dynamics of conflict. In A. W. Davidson & M. A. Ray (Eds.), Nursing, caring and complexity science: for human-environment well-being. New York: Springer.

Vallacher, R., Coleman, P. T., Nowak, A., Bui-Wrzosinska, L. (2010). Rethinking intractable conflict: The perspective of dynamical systems. American Psychologist, 65 (4), 262-278.

Vallacher, R., Coleman, P. Nowak, A., Bui-Wrzosinska, L. (2010). Dynamical foundations of intractable conflict: Introduction to the special issue. Peace and Conflict: The Journal of Peace Psychology, 16(2), 113-125.

Praszkier, R., Nowak, A., and Coleman, P. T. (2010). Social entrepreneurs and constructive change: The wisdom of circumventing conflict. Peace and Conflict: The Journal of Peace Psychology, 16(2), 153-174.

Musallam, N., Coleman, P.T., and Nowak, A. (2010). Understanding the spread of malignant conflict: A dynamical-systems perspective. Peace and Conflict: The Journal of Peace Psychology 16(2), 127-151.

Nowak, A., Bui-Wrzosinska, L., Coleman, P. T., Vallacher, R., Borkovsky, W., and Jochemczyk, L. (2010). Seeking sustainable solutions: Using an attractor simulation platform for teaching multi-stakeholder negotiation. Negotiation Journal, 26(1), 49-68.

DeCarlo, L. T. (2010). On the statistical and theoretical basis of signal detection theory and extensions: Unequal variance, random coefficient, and mixture models. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 54(3), 304-313.

Drago-Severson, E., & Blum, J. (May 2010). Library leadership for mature adult learners in a changing world: The importance of attending to developmental diversity. In P. Rothstein and D. Dow Schull (Eds.), Boomers and beyond: Reconsidering the role of libraries (pp. 43-56). Chicago: American Library Association.

Dubin, S. (2010). Joburg's World Cup Art Extravaganza. Art South Africa, 9(1), 72-76. Gaudelli, W. & Hewitt, R. (2010). The aesthetic potential of global issues curriculum.

Journal of Aesthetic Education. 44(1), 83-99.
Greer, R. D., & Longano, J. (2010). Naming a rose: How we may learn to do it. The

Analysis of Verbal Behavior, 26, 73-106.
Han, Z.H. & Cadierno, T. (Eds.) (2010) Linguistic Relativity in Second Language

Acquisition: Thinking for Speaking. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters. Kieffer, M.J. (2010). English proficiency, socioeconomic status, and late-emerging

reading difficulties. Educational Researcher, 39, 484-486.

Kieffer, M.J. & Lesaux, N.K. (2010). Morphing into adolescents: Active word learning for English language learners and their classmates in middle school. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 54, 47-56.

Lesaux, N.K. & Kieffer, M.J. (2010). Exploring sources of reading comprehension difficulties among language minority learners and their classmates in early adolescence. American Educational Research Journal, 47, 596-632.

Kelley, J.G., Lesaux, N.K., Kieffer, M.J., & Faller, S.E. (2010). Effective academic vocabulary instruction in the urban middle school. The Reading Teacher, 64, 5- 14.

Levy, E. S. & Law II, F. F. (2010). Production of French vowels by American-English learners of French: Language experience, consonantal context, and the perception-production relationship. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 128(3), 1290-1305.

Mensah, F.M. (2010). Who do I look like? Diversity in self, family, and others. Science Activities, 47, 125-132. Special Issue on Multicultural Science Teaching

Brotman, J.S., Mensah, F.M., & Lesko, N. (2010). Exploring identities to deepen understanding of urban high school students’ decision-making about HIV/AIDS. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 47(6), 742-762.

Geelan, D., Mensah, F.M., Rahm, J., & Maulucci, M.R. (2010). Forum: Roles, caring and learning to teach science. Cultural Studies of Science Education, 5(4), 649- 663.

Naraian, S. (2010). Disentangling the social threads in a communicative environment: A cacophonous tale of alternative and augmentative communication (AAC). European Journal of Special Needs Education, 25 (3), 253-267.

Naraian, S. (2010). General, special ... and inclusive: Refiguring professional identities in a collaboratively taught classroom. Teaching and Teacher Education, 26, 1677- 1686.

Jennings, L., Jewett, P., Laman, T., Souto-Manning, M., and Wilson, J. (Eds.). (2010). Sites of possibility: Critical dialogue across educational settings. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.

Souto-Manning, M. (2010). Critical narrative analysis of classroom discourse: Culture circles as a framework for empowerment and social action. In L. Jennings, P. Jewett, T. Laman, M. Souto-Manning, and J. Wilson (Eds.), Sites of possibility: Critical dialogue across educational settings. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.

Jennings, L., Jewett, P., Laman, T., Souto-Manning, M., and Wilson, J. (2010). Introduction: Critical dialogue. In L. Jennings, P. Jewett, T. Laman, M. Souto- Manning, and J. Wilson (Eds.), Sites of possibility: Critical dialogue across educational settings. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.

Jewett, P., Laman, T., Souto-Manning, M., Wilson, J., and Jennings, L. (2010). Critical dialogue across educational contexts. In L. Jennings, P. Jewett, T. Laman, M. Souto-Manning, and J. Wilson (Eds.), Sites of possibility: Critical dialogue across educational settings. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.

Souto-Manning, M. (2010). Teaching English learners: Building on cultural and linguistic strengths. English Education, 42(3), 249-263.

Souto-Manning, M. (2010). Family involvement: Considering challenges, building on strengths. Young Children, 65(2), 82-88.

Souto-Manning, M., & Mitchell, C. H. (2010). The role of action research in fostering culturally-responsive practices in a preschool classroom. Early Childhood Education Journal, 37(4), 269-277.

Sue, D. W., Rivera, D. P., Capodilupo, C. M., Lin, A. I., & Torino, G. C. (2010). Racial Dialogues and White Trainee Fears: Implications for Education and Training. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 16, 206-214.

Sue, D. W. (2010). Microaggressions in Everyday Life: Race, Gender & Sexual Orientation. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley

Sue, D. W. (Ed.) (2010). Microaggressions and Marginality: Manifestation, Dynamics and Impact. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

Verdeli, H., Vidair, H.B., Neugebauer, R., & Singla, D.R. (2010). Sustainable treatments for depression in developing countries. US Psychiatry, 3, 25-27.

Verdeli, H. & Weissman, M.M . (2010). Interpersonal Psychotherapy. In Current Psychotherapies (Corsini, R. J. & Wedding, D. Eds). Cengage Learning.

Vogeli, B. R. & Karp. A. (2010). Russian mathematics education: History and world significance. World Scientific Publishing Company.

Kasl, E. & Yorks, L. (2010). “Whose Inquiry Is This Anyway?” Money, Power, Reports, and Collaborative Inquiry. Adult Education Quarterly, 60(4), 315-338.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS:
Suniya. S. Luthar Invited Plenary: Fostering Resilience: Who Tends the Caregivers? Who Mothers Mommies? American Psychological Association Convention. August 14, 2010. San Diego.

FACULTY ACHIEVEMENTS IN NEW GRANT MONIES RECEIVED AS REPORTED BY THE OFFICE OF GRANTS AND CONTRACTS (APRIL, JUNE JULY, AUGUST):

John Allegrante

Columbia Curriculum Development Center, National Institutes of Health ($204,307)

John Allegrante

Health Education Journal, Society for Public Health Education ($5405)

George Bonanno

Emotional and Emotional Regulation as a Marker of Treatment Success for, Columbia University ($23,040)

Jeanne Brooks Gunn

Neighborhood Context and Adolescent Psychological and Behavioral Health, Ohio State University ($103,791)

Margaret Crocco

New York City Department of Education Social Studies Professional Development Program, City of New York Department of Education ($500,000)

Margaret Crocco

Let Freedom sing, The Documentary

 

Group ($10,000)

Carol Ewing Garber

Columbia SMA Project: A Randomized Control Trial of the Effects of Exercise on Motor Function and Strength in Patients with Spinal Muscular Atrophy, Columbia University ($20,700)

Herbert Ginsburg

MathAntics Preschool-3, United States Department of Education ($1,340, 629)

Sharon Lynn Kagan

Georgia Alignment Analysis, State of Georgia – ARRA ($199,976)

Sharon Lynn Kagan

Administration for Children’s Services Performance Measurement System, City of New York Administration for Children’s Services ($49, 998)

Sandra Okita

Learning with Kids III, Honda Research Institute ($86,250)

Gita Steiner-Khamsi

Mongolia Project, Ministry of Education Culture and Science ($507,594)

Gita Steiner-Khamsi

Mongolia: Education for the Poor, Financial Crisis Response Project, Ministry of Education, Culture and Science ($507,594)

Ruth Vinz

Student Press Initiative Afterschool Literacy, James and Judith K. Dimon Foundation ($40,825)

FACULTY ACHIEVEMENTS IN RENEWED GRANT MONIES AS REPORTED BY THE OFFICE OF GRANTS AND CONTRACTS (APRIL, JUNE, JULY, AUGUST):

Thomas Bailey

Achieving the Dream, University of Texas at Austin ($30,000)

Thomas Bailey

KCTCS Evaluation, Kentucky Community and Technical College System ($115,500)

Jeanne Brooks-Gunn

Fragile Families and Child Well-Being in Middle Childhood, Princeton University ($56,523)

Lucy Calkins

Mentor Principal Collaboration, Emily Davie and Joseph S. Kornfeld Foundation ($150,000)

Robert Carter

Paternal Criminal Justice Involvement and Substance Abuse in Children and Adolescents, Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene ($88,802)

Peter Coleman

Projected Social Conflicts as Complex Systems, The Community Foundation

 

($4,500)

David Hansen

Philosophy in the Schools, The Squire Family Foundation ($13,000)

Matthew S. Johnson

Emerging Empirical Research: Development and Application of Multi- level Multiple Group CDM- A Comparison of Cognitive Attribute Distributions Based on Eighth Grade TIMSS Mathematics ($382,378)

Michael Rebell

National Access Network, The Norman and Rosita Winston Foundation ($50,000)

Elaine Rigolosi

Advanced Education Nursing Traineeships, United States Department of Health and Human Services ($18,328)

Anne Rivet

Collaboration Research: Bridging between Tabletop Models and the Earth System, National Science Foundation ($215,655)

Helena Verdeli

Prevention for Symptomatic Offspring of Bipolar Parents, National Institute of Mental Health ($116,699)

Melanie Williams

The Jewish Foundation for Education of Women Scholarships, Jewish Foundation for Education of Women ($263,862)

FACULTY ACHIEVEMENTS IN SUPPLEMENT GRANT MONIES AS REPORTED BY THE OFFICE OF GRANTS AND CONTRACTS (APRIL, JUNE, JULY, AUGUST):

Thomas Bailey

MDRC Evaluation of the Achieving the Dream Initiative, MDRC ($838,901)

Isobel Contento

Earth Friends Project, Various ($5,836)

Isobel Contento

Food and Fitness, City Harvest ($22,000)

Isobel Contento

Earth Friends, St. Luke’s Hospital ($4,552)

Linda Hickson

Center for Opportunities and Outcomes, Fairfield SEPTA ($1,250)

Victoria Marsick

Huber Institute for Learning in Organizations, Booz Allan Hamilton Inc. ($15,000)

Victoria Marsick

Newmount Coaching Certification, Newmount Mining Corporation ($30,000)

Ellen Meier

Center for Technology and School Change, Westchester County BOCES ($13,750)

Ellen Meier

Center for Technology and School Change, City of New York Department of Education and Westchester County BOCES ($75,500)

Ellen Meier

Center for Technology and School Change, City of New York Department of Education ($22,220)

Barbara Tversky

HCC: Medium: Collaborative Research: Generating Effective Dynamic Explanations in Augmented Reality, National Science Foundation ($103, 205)

Ruth Vinz

Secondary Literacy Institute, City of New York Department of Education ($5,000)

Ruth Vinz

Secondary Literacy Institute, City of New York Department of Education ($31,500)

Ruth Vinz

Secondary Literacy Institute, City of New York Department of Education ($68,900)

Ruth Vinz

Secondary Literacy Institute, City of New York Department of Education ($20,600)

FACULTY “NEWS AND NOTES” OCTOBER 21, 2010

FACULTY HONORS AND AWARDS:
W. Warner Burke received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Linkage Organization for his “Leadership in the Field of Organization Development.”

Sharon Lynn Kagan was awarded the Visionary Leadership award and McCormick Center for Early Childhood Leadership award in TNationalT-TLouis UniversityT Campus Annex, Wheeling, IL. Additionally, she was appointed member of the First 5 L.A. Research Advisory Committee (RAC). Finally, she was appointed member of the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education Panel on Increasing the Application of Child and Adolescent Development Knowledge in Educator Preparations Programs.

Lalitha Vasudevan was awarded the Strage Junior Faculty Prize for her paper, “Performing New Geographies of Literacy Teaching and Learning.”

RECENT FACULTY PUBLICATION OF BOOKS AND REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES:
Brooks-Gunn, J., Han, W.-J., Waldfogel, J. (2010). First-year maternal employment and

child development in the first seven years. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 75(2).

Graber, J. A., Nichols, T. R., & Brooks-Gunn, J. (2010). Putting pubertal timing in developmental context: Implications for prevention. Developmental Psychobiology, 52, 254–262.

Dubin, S. (2010). What is African art? Art in America, 57-60.

Han, Z.-H., & Chen, C. L. (2010). Repeated-reading-based instructional strategy and vocabulary acquisition: A case study of a heritage speaker of Chinese. Reading in a Foreign Language, 22(2), 242-262.

Bulkley, K. E., Henig, J. R., & Levin, H. M. (Eds.). (2010). Between public and private: Politics, governance, and the new portfolio models for urban school reform, Harvard Education Press.

Henig, J. R. (2010). Portfolio management and diverse provider models as contracting regimes. In K. E. Bulkley & H. M. Levin (Eds.), Between public and private: Politics, governance, and the new portfolio models for urban school reform, Harvard Education Press.

Gyurko, J. & Henig, J. R. (2010). NYC: Strong vision, learning by doing, or the politics of muddling through? In K. E. Bulkley & H. M. Levin (Eds.), Between public and

private: Politics, governance, and the new portfolio models for urban school reform, Harvard Education Press.

Henig, J. R. & Bulkley, K. (2010). Where public meets private: Looking forward. In K. E. Bulkley & H. M. Levin (Eds.), Between public and private: Politics, governance, and the new portfolio models for urban school reform, Harvard Education Press.

Henig, J. R. (2010). The contemporary context of public engagement: The new political grid.” In M. Orr & J. Rogers (Eds.), Public Engagement for Public Education, Stanford University Press.

Henig, J. R., Bulkley, K., & Levin, H. M. (2010). “Saving Urban Schools through ‘Portfolio Management Models’?” Education Week.

Gold, E., Henig, J. R., Simon, E., Silander, M., & Good, D. (2010). The campaign for better schools: Outcomes of the mayoral control debate—changes to NYC school governance legislation and long-term effects, May 2009-May 2010: Year 2 Report. Research for Action, Philadelphia, PA.

Henig, J. R. (2010). The Charter School Idea. In C. Lubienski & P. Weitzel (Eds.), The Charter school experiment: Expectations, advocacy and evidence. Harvard Education Press.

Kagan, S.L., & Tarrant, K. (2010). Transitions for young children: Creating connections across early childhood systems. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing.

Kagan, S.L. (2010). Seeing transition through a new prism: Pedagogical, programmatic, and policy alignment. In S.L. Kagan & K. Tarrant (Eds.), Transitions for young children: Creating connections across early childhood systems (pp. 3-17). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing.

Kagan, S.L., & Britto, P. (2010). Global status of early learning and development standards. In P. Peterson, E. Baker, & B. McGaw (Eds.), International encyclopedia of education: Volume II (pp. 138-143). Oxford: Elsevier.

Kagan, S.L., & Kauerz, K. (2010). Governance and transition. In S.L. Kagan & K. Tarrant (Eds.), Transitions for young children: Creating connections across early childhood systems (pp. 243-265). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing.

Kagan, S.L., & Tarrant, K. (2010). Integrating pedagogy, practice, and policy: A transitions agenda. In S.L. Kagan & K. Tarrant (Eds.), Transitions for young children: Creating connections across early childhood systems (pp. 313-326). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing.

Kinzer, C. K. (2010). Considering literacy and policy in the context of digital environments. Language Arts, 88, 51-61.

Garcia, O. & Kleifgen, J. (2010). Educating emergent bilinguals: Policies, programs, and practices for English language learners. New York: Teachers College Press.

Miller, J. L. (2010). Nostalgia for the future: Imagining histories of JCT and the Bergamo Curriculum Conferences. JCT: The Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, 26(2), 7-23.

Miller, J. L. (2010). Epilogue: Coming together to act on the possibility of repair. In R. Lake (Ed.), Dear Maxine: Letters from the unfinished conversation with Maxine Greene (pp. 158-163). New York: Teachers College Press.

Vasudevan, L., Schultz, K., & Bateman, J. (2010). Rethinking Composing in a Digital Age: Authoring Literate Identities. Written Communication, 27(4), 442-468.

Vasudevan, L. (2010). Literacies in a participatory, multimodal world: The arts and aesthetics of Web 2.0. Language Arts, 88(1), 43-50.

Vasudevan, L., Stageman, D., Rodriguez, K., Fernandez, E., Dattatreyan, E.G. (2010). Authoring new narratives with youth at the intersection of the arts and justice. Perspectives on Urban Education, 7(1), 54-65.

Vasudevan, L. (2010). Education remixed: New media, literacies, and emerging digital geographies. Digital Culture and Education. 2(1), 62-82.

FACULTY ACHIEVEMENTS IN NEW GRANT MONIES RECEIVED AS REPORTED BY THE OFFICE OF GRANTS AND CONTRACTS (SEPTEMBER):

Thomas Bailey

Promoting Research for Post Secondary Student Success, Spencer Foundation ($7,500)

Jeanne Brooks-Gunn

Measuring the Effects of In-Place Subsidized Housing: A Randomized Experiment for NYC Children and Families, National Institutes of Health ($421,681)

Jeanne Brooks-Gunn

The Health of Low-Income Adults in New York City Subsidized Housing: A Randomized Experiment, National Institutes of Health ($450,008)

Charles Harrington

Ethnographic Perspectives on the Mental Health of Female Youth in Court-Ordered Residential Treatment, National Science Foundation ($7,206)

Judith Scott-Clayton

Does Work Study Improve Student Outcomes? New Evidence from a Quasi- Experimental Analysis, Spencer Foundation ($24,998)

FACULTY ACHIEVEMENTS IN RENEWED GRANT MONIES AS REPORTED BY THE OFFICE OF GRANTS AND CONTRACTS (SEPTEMBER):

James Corter

Virtual Environments for Collaborative Learning, Stevens Institute ($20,153)

Joanne Kleifgen

Steps to Literacy: An Integrated Digital Writing Space for English Language Learners, United States Department of Education ($999,882)

Janice Robinson

African Diaspora Film Festival, New York Council on the Arts ($10,700)

Randi Wolf

Bio-Behavioral Chronic Disease Management by Families of Young Minority Children, National Institutes ($16,070)

FACULTY ACHIEVEMENTS IN SUPPLEMENT GRANT MONIES AS REPORTED BY THE OFFICE OF GRANTS AND CONTRACTS (SEPTEMBER):

Isobel Contento

Earth Friends Project, City Harvest ($500)

Margaret Crocco

Let Freedom Swing, The Documentary Group ($30,000)

Victoria Marsick/Martha Gephardt

Newmont Coaching Certification, Newmont Mining Corporation ($23,000)

Ellen Meier

Center for Technology and School Change, City of Yonkers ($54,000)

FACULTY “NEWS AND NOTES” DECEMBER 2, 2010

FACULTY HONORS AND AWARDS:
James Borland and Lisa Wright’s article titled “Identifying young, potentially gifted, economically disadvantaged students.”was recently listed in The Gifted Child Quarterly’s as the number one most cited article in the past 54 years of publication.

Tara McIssac’s poster entitled “Dual task attentional demands on control of the upper and lower limb in Parkinson disease” was selected to be highlighted by the Scientific Program Committee during the 7th International Congress on Mental dysfunctions & other non-motor features in Parkinson’s disease and related disorders in Barcelona, December 10, 2010.

Anna Neuman gave the first annual invited honorary Barbara K.Townsend lecture “Beyond tenure: Professors‚ scholarly learning and professional growth in early midcareer,” sponsored by the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Minnesota. Council for the Advancement of Higher Education Programs of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Indianapolis, Indiana, November 18, 2010.

RECENT FACULTY PUBLICATION OF BOOKS AND REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES:
Anderson, O. R. (2010). An analysis of respiratory activity, Q10, and microbial

community composition of soils from high and low Tussock sites at Toolik, Alaska. J. Eukaryot. Microbiol, 57, 218-219.

Anderson, O. R. & Contino, J. (2010). A study of teacher-mediated enhancement of students’ organization of Earth Science knowledge using web diagrams as a teaching device. Journal of Research in Science Teacher Education, 21, 683-701.

Anderson, O. R. (2010). Field and laboratory studies of encysted and trophic stages of naked amoebae: Including a perspective on population life cycle dynamics. Acta Protozoologica, 49, 1-8.

Chiou, G-Li & Anderson, O. R. (2010). A study of undergraduate physics students’ understanding of heat conduction based on mental model theory and an ontology- process Analysis. Science Education, 94, 825-854.

Lesen, A. E., Juhl, A. R. & Anderson, O. R. (2010). Abundance and biomass of heterotrophic microplankton in the lower Hudson River Estuary, USA: Potential importance of naked, planktonic amebas for bacterivory and carbon flux. Aquatic Microbial Ecology, 61, 45-56.

Hart, S. N., Brassard, M. R., Davidson, H. A., Rivelis, E., Diaz-Thompson, V., & Binggelli, N. (2010). Psychological maltreatment. In Myers, J., E. B., & APSAC.

(Eds.), The APSAC handbook on child maltreatment (3rd Ed.) (pp. 125-144). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Waldfogel, J., Craigie, T.-A., Brooks-Gunn, J. (2010). Fragile families and child well- being. Future of Children, 20(2), 87-112.

Woods, R. E., Buka, S. L., Martin, C. R., Salganik, M., Howard, M. B., Gueguen, J. A., Brooks-Gunn, J., & McCormick, M. C. (2010). Assessing youth risk behavior in a clinical trial setting: Lessons from the Infant Health and Development Program. Journal of Adolescent Health, 46, 429-436.

Chen, J. J., Hetzner, N. P. & Brooks-Gunn, J. (2010). Growing up in poverty in developed countries. In G. Bremner & T. Wachs (Eds.), Blackwell handbook of infant development (2nd Edition), Volume 2: Applied and policy issues (pp115- 139). Malden, MA: Wiley.

Cortina, R. (2010). Gender equality in education: GTZ and indigenous communities in Peru. Development, 53(4), 529-534. [The GTZ is the agency of the German government that provides international aid for developing countries.]

Dubin, S. (2010). Exiles’ Return. Art in America, 69-76.
Emdin, C. (2010) Dimensions of communication in urban science education: Interactions

and transactions. Science Education (10), 1–20
Emdin, C. (2010). Affiliation and alienation: hip-hop, rap, and urban science

education. Journal of Curriculum Studies, 42(1), 1-25.
Emdin, C. (2010). What is urban science education? In S. Steinberg (Ed.), 19 Urban

questions: Teaching in the city, (2nd Edition.). New York: Peter Lang.

Friedrich, D. (2010). Historical consciousness as a pedagogical device in the production of the responsible citizen. Discourse: Studies in the cultural politics of education, 31(5), 649-664.

Friedrich, D., Jaastad, B., & Popkewitz, T. S. (2010). Democratic education: An (Im)possibility that yet remains to come. Educational philosophy and theory, 42(5-6), 571-587.

Mancilla-Martinez, J. & Kieffer, M.J. (2010). Language minority learners’ home language use is dynamic. Educational Researcher, 39, 545-546.

Mensah, F.M. (2010). Toward the mark of empowering policies in elementary school science programs and teacher professional development. Cultural Studies of Science Education, 5(4), 977-983.

Ready, D.D. (2010). Socio-economic disadvantage, school attendance, and early cognitive development: The differential effects of school exposure. Sociology of Education, 83(4), 271-286.

Thomas, J.R., Nelson, J.A., & Silverman, S.J. (2011). Research methods in physical activity (6th Ed.). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

Vinz, R. (2010). Sit tight: The uneasy alliance between freedom and control. In K. Malu (Ed.), Voices from the middle: Narrative inquiry by, for, and about the middle level community. North Carolina: Information Age Publishing, Inc.

Vinz, R. (2010). Learning and longing. In M. Reilly, J. Gangi, & R. Cohen (Eds.), Deepening literacy learning. North Carolina: Information Age Publishing, Inc.

FACULTY ACHIEVEMENTS IN NEW GRANT MONIES RECEIVED AS REPORTED BY THE OFFICE OF GRANTS AND CONTRACTS (OCTOBER):

FACULTY ACHIEVEMENTS IN RENEWED GRANT MONIES AS REPORTED BY THE OFFICE OF GRANTS AND CONTRACTS (OCTOBER):

Thomas Bailey

Achieving the Dream, The University of Texas at Austin ($30,000)

Thomas Bailey

Structuring the Student Experience for Success, The Kresge Foundation ($850,000)

Michael Kieffer

Student Transitions in the Middle Grades, New York University ($33,529)

Jeanne Brooks-Gunn

Child Care Subsidies: Who Uses Them and What Do They Buy Low-Income Families and Children, United States Department of Health and Human Services ($19,898)

Jeanne Brooks-Gunn

Young Children's Self-Regulation in an Urban Context: A Multi-Level Analysis, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development ($180,671)

A. Lin Goodwin

Teaching Residents, United States Department of Education ($1,145,531)

Henry Levin

Productivity in Education, Maastricht University ($41,200)

Lisa Miller

Post-Newtonian Psychology, Jill Hankey ($12,000)

FACULTY ACHIEVEMENTS IN SUPPLEMENT GRANT MONIES AS REPORTED BY THE OFFICE OF GRANTS AND CONTRACTS (OCTOBER):

Linda Hickson

Center for Opportunities and Outcomes, Louise and Arde Bulova Fund ($5,000)

Ruth Vinz

Secondary Literacy Institute, City of New York Department of Education ($19,200)

FACULTY “NEWS AND NOTES” THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 2011

FACULTY HONORS AND AWARDS:
David Hansen was selected to become a 2011 AERA Fellow by the Committee and AERA Council.

Anna Neumann was selected to become a 2011 AERA Fellow by the Committee and AERA Council.

Michael Rebell has been appointed to the USDOE Equity and Excellence Commission

Mariana Souto-Manning is the recipient of the Division K 2011 Innovations in Research on Diversity in Teacher Education Award. Her contributions have been selected on the basis of impact, relevance to diversity, and contribution to teacher education. Her work demonstrates exemplary innovations in research on diversity.

Maria Torres-Guzman is the recipient of the AERA Bilingual Education SIG Lifetime Achievement Award. The committee recognized her long-standing excellence in scholarship related to bilingual education, her commitment and service to schools and educators, and her mentoring and encouragement of young and emerging scholars

RECENT FACULTY PUBLICATION OF BOOKS AND REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES:

Allsup, R. E. (2010). On pluralism, inclusion, and musical citizenship. Nordic Research in Music Education, Yearbook 12, 135-155

Gaudelli, W. & Siegel, B. (2010). Seeking knowledge through global media. Curriculum Inquiry. 40 (5), 582-599.

Mancilla-Martinez, J., Kieffer, M.J., Biancarosa, G., Christodoulou, J., & Snow, C.E. (2011). Investigating English reading comprehension growth in adolescent language minority learners: Some insights from the simple view. Reading and Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 24, 339-354.

Michael-Luna, S., & Marri, A. (2011). Rethinking diversity in re-segregated schools: Lessons from a case study of urban K-8 pre-service teachers. Fully co-authored. Urban Education, 46 (2), 178-201.

Marri, A. (2010). Using law-related education to engage marginalized urban high school students. Action in Teacher Education, 32 (3), 40-54.

Naraian, S. (2011). Teacher discourse, peer relations and significant disability: Unraveling one friendship story. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 24(1), 97-115.

O’Connell, K. A., Shiffman, S., & DeCarlo, L.T. (2011). Does extinction of responses to

cigarette cues occur during smoking cessation? Addiction, 106, 410-417.

Purpura, J. E. (2011). Quantitative research methods in assessment and testing. In E. Hinkel (Ed.), Handbook of Research in Second Language Teaching and Learning. (Vol 2) (pp. 731-751). New York: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.

Rebell, M.A. (2011). Judicial activism and public policy. The Judges Journal, 50(1).

Singer-Dudek, J., Speckman, J., and Nuzzolo, R. (2010). A comparative analysis of the CABAS® model of education at the Fred S. Keller School: A twenty-year review. The Behavior Analyst Today, 11(4), 253-265.

Souto-Manning, M. (2011). A different kind of teaching: Culture circles as professional development. In V. Kinloch (Ed.), Critical perspectives on education in urban

settings (pp. 95-110). New York: Teachers College Press.

Torres-Guzmán, M. E. & Tran, T. (2011). Crisálida: A Metaphor for Bilingual Teacher Preparation Programs. In Flores, B. B., Hernandez Sheets, R & Clarke, E. R.(Eds.) Educar para Transformar: Teacher Preparation for Bilingual Student Populations. NY: Routledge.

Torres-Guzmán, M. with R. Madrigal (2011). Ya no Tengo Pena. Reflections on the Life of a Bilingual Teacher. In Saleh, I. M. & Khine, M. S. Teaching Teachers: Approaches in Improving Quality Education. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.

Torres-Guzman, M. E. (2011). Bilingual Education. In Kenneth T. Jackson. The Encyclopedia of New York City. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.

FACULTY ACHIEVEMENTS IN NEW GRANT MONIES RECEIVED AS REPORTED BY THE OFFICE OF GRANTS AND CONTRACTS (JANUARY):

Thomas Bailey

Data Analysis, North Carolina Community College System ($30,000)

Victoria Marsick/Martha Gephart

HBO Coaching Leadership, HBO ($25,000)

Lalitha Vasudevan

Re-Imaging Futures Digital Arts and Literacies Project, The Robert Bowne Foundation ($10,000)

John Saxman

SLP DOE Student Tuition, City of New York ($2,250,000)

FACULTY ACHIEVEMENTS IN RENEWED GRANT MONIES AS REPORTED BY THE OFFICE OF GRANTS AND CONTRACTS (JANUARY):

FACULTY ACHIEVEMENTS IN SUPPLEMENT GRANT MONIES AS REPORTED BY THE OFFICE OF GRANTS AND CONTRACTS (JANUARY):

Mun Tsang

Seminar for K-12 Education Leaders from China, Center on Education Development, Chinese Society of Education ($32,000)

Victoria Marsick

Huber Institute, Healthcare Chaplaincy ($5,500)

Peter Coleman

Projected Social Conflicts as Complex Systems, The Community Foundation ($9,000)

Ruth Vinz

Secondary Literacy Institute, City of New York Department of Education ($41,000)

Faculty News and Notes

Thursday, May 5, 2011

Faculty Awards and Honors

Roger Anderson has received the Association for Science Teacher Education (AETS) and the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) award for outstanding published article in science education (2010). The article “A Study of Teacher-mediated Enhancement of Students’ Organization of Earth Science Knowledge using Web Diagrams as a Teaching Device” by O. R. Anderson and J. Contino. Published in the Journal of Research in Science Teacher Education. 21:683-701 was highlighted as one of the top 10 science education articles published in 2010.

Jeanne Brooks-Gunn has been elected to membership in the National Academy of Education (NAEd).

Alan E. Guttmacher, Director of the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of
Child Health and Human Development, recently commended Jeanne Brooks-Gunn on the integral role she has played in the Institute’s crafting its Scientific Vision plan for the next ten years.

Barry Farber will be Editor of The Journal of Clinical Psychology.
Carol Garber has been elected Vice President of the American College of Sports Medicine,

the foremost international scientific organization in the field of Sports Medicine.
Bill Gaudelli was elected to the Board of Education for South Orange-Maplewood (NJ).

Carolyn Riehl was recognized as an Outstanding Reviewer for the American Educational Research Journal, Section on Social and Institutional Analysis, for 2010.

Steve Silverman delivered the Alliance Scholar Lecture at the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance convention.

The Counseling Psychologist has recently published a 42-page profile of Derald Wing Sue under their “Legacies and Traditions” section titled “Derald Wing Sue: From All of the Places We've Been” by Thomas A. Parham. [Parham, T.A. (2011) The Counseling Psychologist, 39, 601-641].

Recent Faculty Publications of Books and Refereed Journal Articles

Faculty News & Notes, May 2011

Anderson, O. R., Wang, W. Faucher, S. P., Bi, K. and Shuman H. A. (2011) A New Heterolobosean Amoeba Solumitrus palustris n. gen., n. sp. Isolated from Freshwater Marsh Soil. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology, 58:60-67.

Anderson, O. R. (2011) Particle-associated Planktonic Naked Amoebae in the Hudson Estuary: Size-fraction Related Densities, Cell Sizes and Estimated Carbon Content. Acta Protozoologica, 50:15-22.

Anderson, O. R. (2010) Protozoan Ecology. In Encyclopedia of Life Sciences (ELS). John Wiley & Sons, Ltd: Chichester. DOI: 10.1002/9780470015902.a0001929.pub2.

Dhindsa, H. S., Kasim M. and Anderson O. R. (2011) Constructivist-visual mind map teaching approach and the quality of students’ cognitive structures. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 20:186-200.

Bajaj, M. (2011). Human Rights Education: Ideology, Location, and Approaches. Human Rights Quarterly. 33, 481-508.

Bajaj, M. (2011). Teaching to Transform, Transforming to Teach: Exploring the Role of Teachers in Human Rights Education in India. Educational Research. 53(2), 207-221.

Bartlett, L., López, D. (TC doctoral candidate), Vasudevan, L. and Warriner, D. (2011) The Anthropology of Literacy. In Levinson, B., and Pollock, M. (Eds.), A Companion to the Anthropology of Education. Malden, MA: Wiley Blackwell. Pp. 154-176.

Koyama, Jill and Bartlett, Lesley. (2011). Bilingual Education as Political Spectacle. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism 14, 2: 171-185.

Black, J.B. (2010) An embodied/grounded cognition perspective on educational technology. In M.S. Khine and I. Saleh (Ed.) New science of learning: Cognition, computers and collaboration in education. New York: Springer.

Black, J.B., Segal, A., Vitale, J. and Fadjo, C. (2011). Embodied cognition and learning environment design. In D. Jonassen and S. Lamb (Eds.) Theoretical foundations of student-centered learning environments. New York: Routledge.

Bai, X. and Black, J.B. (2011) Enhancing intelligent tutoring systems with the agent paradigm. In S. Stankov, M. Rosov, and V. Glavinic (Eds.) Intelligent tutoring systems in eLearning environments: Design, implementation and evaluation. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Genishi, C., & Souto-Manning, M. (2011, April). Parent and child face-to-face: On the Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother. http://www.tcrecord.org/content.asp?contentid=16375

Ghiso, M. P. (2011). Writing that matters: Collaborative inquiry and authoring practices in a first grade class. Language Arts, 88(5), 346-355.

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Campano, G. & Ghiso, M. P. (2011). Immigrant students as cosmopolitan intellectuals. In P. Coates, P. Enciso, C. Jenkins, & S. Wolf (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Children?s and Young Adult Literature (pp. 164-176). NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Spencer, T. G., Falchi, L., & Ghiso, M. P. (March, 2011). Linguistically diverse children and educators (re)forming early literacy policy. Early Childhood Education Journal. Online first.

Ghiso, M. P. (2010). Peer and teacher talk in a first grade writing community: Constructing multiple possibilities for authorship. National Reading Conference Yearbook, 55, 382-394.

Goldman, R., Black, J.B., Maxwell, J. and Keitges, M. (2011) Computers, the Internet and new media for learning. In W. M. Reynolds, G. E. Miller and I.B. Weiner (Eds.), Handbook of Psychology, Educational Psychology. New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Block, C.J., Koch, S.M., Liberman, B.E., Merriweather, T.J., & Roberson, L. (2011). Contending with stereotype threat at work: A model of long-term responses. The Counseling Psychologist, 39(4), 570-600.

Razza, R. A., Martin, A., & Brooks-Gunn, J. (2010). Associations among family environment, sustained attention, and school readiness for low-income children. Developmental Psychology, 46, 1528–1542.

Roth, J. L., Malone, L. M., & Brooks-Gunn, J. (2010). Does the amount of participation in afterschool programs relate to developmental outcomes? A review of the literature. American Journal of Community Psychology, 45, 310–324.

Nichols, T. R., Birnel, S., Graber, J. A., Brooks-Gunn, J., & Botvin, G. J. (2010). Refusal skill ability: An examination of adolescent perceptions of effectiveness. Journal of Primary Prevention, 31, 127–137.

Emmons, R.R., Garber, C.E., Cirnigliaro, C.M., Kirshblum, S.C., Spungen, A.M., Bauman, W.A. Assessment of measures for abdominal adiposity in persons with spinal cord injury. Ultrasound Med Biol. 2011 May: 37(5): 734-41. Epub 2011 Mar 25. PMID: 21439716.

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Henig, J.R., Gold, E., Orr, M., Silander, M. (TC doctoral candidate), Simon. E. Parent and Community Engagement in NYC and the Sustainability Challenge for Urban Education Reform. In Education Reform in New York City: Ambitious Change in the Nation's Most Complex School System, edited by J. O’Day, C. Bitter, & L. Gomez,

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Kuhn, D., & Crowell, A. (2011). Dialogic argumentation as a vehicle for developing young adolescents’ thinking. Psychological Science, 22,545-552.

Kuhn, D., Wang, Y., & Li, H. (2011). Why argue? Developing understanding of the purposes and value of argumentive discourse. Discourse Processes, 48, 26-49.

Kuhn, D. (2010). Teaching and learning science as argument. Science Education, 94, 810-824. Malandraki G.A., Perlman AL, Karampinos D, Sutton B. (2011). Reduced somatosensory

activations in swallowing with age. Human Brain Mapping, 32 (5), 730-743, May 2011.

Paine TL, Conway CA, Malandraki G.A., Sutton BP (2011 online). Simultaneous dynamic and functional MRI scanning (SimulScan) of natural swallows. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 65(5), 1247-1252, May 2011.

Quinn, M. (2011). Commiting (to) Ignorance: On Method, Myth and Pedagogy with Jacques Ranciére. In E. Malewski & N. Jaramillo (Eds.), Epistemologies of in Education.

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from the unfinished conversation. New York: Teachers College Press.

Rivera-Batiz, F., Gang, I. N., & Yun, M.-S. (2011). Changes in Attitudes Towards Immigrants in Europe: Before and After the Fall of the Berlin Wall. In G. S. Epstein & I. N. Gang (Eds.), Migration and Culture (pp. 649-675). Bingley: Emerald Publishers.

Kugelmass, H., & Ready, D.D. (2011). Racial/ethnic disparities in collegiate cognitive gains: A multilevel analysis of institutional influences on learning and its equitable distribution. Research in Higher Education, 52(4), 323-348.

Souto-Manning, M. (2011). Challenging the text and context of (re)naming immigrant children: Children’s literature as tools. In B. S. Fennimore & A. L. Goodwin
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Torres-Guzman, M. E., Exteberria, F., & Intxausti Intxausti, N. ( 2011). A Study of Immigrant Parental Attitudes in the Basque Country, Spain. The New Teacher, 7 (1):44-65.

Vogeli, B. (2011). Russian Mathematics Education, Volume 5. (A. Karp & B. Vogeli, Eds.) (Vol. 5). Singapore.

Faculty achievement in grant monies received as reported by the Office of Grants and Contracts (March 2011)

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New grant monies

Joanna Williams

Renewed grant monies

Isobel Contento Jeanne Brooks-Gunn Suniya Luthar

Supplement grant monies

Ellen Meier Ruth Vinz

Embedded Text Structure Instruction ($393,455)

Food and Fitness ($40,000)
Child Well-Being, Fragile Families Study ($94,742)

Substance Abuse Among Suburban Youth: A Prospective Study ($327,452)

Center for Technology and School Change ($27,229) Secondary Literacy Institute ($30,000)

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