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Read Associate Professor Dr. Lin Muilenburg's interview with distance-educator.com, about her co-authored book, The Handbook of Mobile Learning

Department Head & Associate Professor Katy Arnett's co-edited volume, Minority Populations in Canadian Second Language Education has been published by Multilingual Matters. In addition to editing duties, she wrote a chapter for the book, examining the practice of exempting students with learning disabilities from French study in Canada. 

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Scholarly Activity 2011-Present

Dr. Katy Arnett – Associate Professor  |  Dr. Terri Filbert –Assistant Professor  |  Dr. Angela Johnson – Associate Professor  |  Dr. David Morris – Assistant Professor  |  Dr. Lin Muilenburg – Assistant Professor  

Dr. Katy Arnett – Associate Professor

Books

  Arnett, K.  (in press).  Languages for all: How to support and challenge students in the second language classroom.  Toronto, Ontario:  Pearson Education Canada

Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications 

 Johnson, A., Muilenburg, L., Arnett, K., & Stover, L. (2011).  Combating symbolic violence in public schools: Federal education policy must aim at a different target.  The Journal for Peace and Justice Studies, 21, 1, 52-69.

Peer-Reviewed Publications, In Review

 Arnett, K. (in press).  Using the first language and code-switching in second language classrooms. In C.A. Chapelle (Ed.) The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics, Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

 Arnett, K. (in press).  Stephen Krashen. In C.A. Chapelle (Ed.) The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics, Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

Conference Presentations

 Mady, C. & Arnett, K.  (2012, August). English learners in French classrooms: Canadian teacher  candidate perspectives.  Paper presented at the conference of the Association of Teacher Educators.  Cambridge, Massachusetts.  

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 Dr. Terri Filbert –Assistant Professor

Conference Presentations

International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry in Urbana, IL– May 2012; Teacher-Parents Navigating the Special Education Maze for Their Children

The National Council of Teachers of English Convention in Chicago, IL – November 2011; What’s After Reading First? Voices from the Students (with faculty from UMBC)

Whole Language Umbrella Conference in las Vegas, NV– July 2011; Seeking Meaningful Literacy in 21st Century Classrooms (with faculty from UMBC)

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Dr. Angela Johnson – Associate Professor

Book Chapters

Johnson, A. C. (in press). Consequential validity and science identity research. In M. Varelas (Ed.), Identity Construction and Science Education Research: Learning, Teaching, and Being in Multiple Contexts. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Articles

Carlone, H., & Johnson, A. C. (in press). Unpacking “culture” in cultural studies of science education: Cultural difference vs. cultural production. Ethnography and Education.

Jamieson, A. C., Jamieson, L. H., & Johnson, A. C. (2012). Application of non-programming focused Treisman-style workshops in introductory computer science. SIGCSE 12: Proceedings of the 43rd ACM technical symposium on Computer Science Education, 271-276.

Johnson, A. C., Brown, J., Carlone, H., & Cuevas, A. (2011). Authoring identity amidst the treacherous terrain of science: A multiracial feminist examination of the journeys of three women of color in science. Journal of Research in Science Teaching 48(4), 339-366.

Johnson, A. C., Muilenburg, L. Y., Arnett, K. E., & Stover, L. T. (2011). Combating symbolic violence in public schools: Federal education policy must aim at a different target. Journal for Peace and Justice Studies 21(1), 52-69.

Johnson, A.C. (2011).  Accomplishments and challenges for women in STEM:  Implications for future research and programs.  Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering 17(20), 5-10.

 Invited presentations

Johnson, A. (2011). Seemingly fair practices which disadvantage women of color in science. Paper presented at the American Chemical Society Annual Meeting.

Johnson, A. (2011). The conundrum of women scientists of color. Paper presented at San Francisco State University.

Johnson, A. (2011) Why MfA works: Public education by the numbers.  Math for America, Manhattan.

Conference presentations

Carlone, H., & Johnson, A. (2012) Intersections of race, class, and gender: Longitudinal case studies of girls of color negotiating what it means to "be scientific”. National Association for Research on Science Teaching 2012 Annual Meeting. 

Carlone, H. & Johnson, A. (2012) P/power as an Analytic Lens: Uses of Time and Space in Two Diverse Elementary Science Classrooms. American Educational Research Association 2012 Annual Meeting.

Johnson, A., & Carlone, H. (2012) Unpacking “culture” in cultural studies of science education: Cultural difference vs. cultural production. National Association for Research on Science Teaching 2012 Annual Meeting.

Gormally, C., Johnson, A. & Brown, J. (2012) The Roles of Epistemology and Positionality in Teaching Assistants' Development of Inquiry Teaching Practices. National Association for Research on Science Teaching 2012

Johnson, A. C. (2011). k-12 science identity performance and long-term persistence in science:  Connecting identity to social justice.  American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, Louisiana. 

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Dr. David Morris – Assistant Professor

Article

Usher, E. L., & Morris, D. B. (2012). Academic motivation. In N. Seel (Ed.), Encyclopedia of the Sciences of Learning (pp. 36-39). New York: Springer

Conference Presentations

Morris, D. B., Burnside, R., Kim, J., Williams, A. (2012, April). Considerations in Conducting Action Research with Early Elementary Students.  Paper presented at the Maryland Professional Development School Conference, Stevenson, MD. 

Morris, D. B., (2012, April). Measuring the Sources of Teaching Self-Efficacy: A Review of the Emerging Literature.  Paper presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, BC.

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Dr. Lin Muilenburg – Assistant Professor

Book Review

Muilenburg, L.Y. (2012). Book review - Ubiquitous learning: Strategies for pedagogy, course design, and technology. American Journal of Distance Education, 26(3):1-4. 

Conference Proceedings:

 Benjes, K., Muilenburg, L.Y., & Burnside, R. B. (2012). Using Google Earth in a variety of content areas. Proceedings of the EdMedia 2012 World Conference on Educational Media and Technology. Denver, Colorado, June 26 – 29.

 Burnside, R., & Muilenburg, L.Y. (2012). Using the iPad to support early struggling readers. Proceedings of the EdMedia 2012 World Conference on Educational Media and Technology. Denver, Colorado, June 26 – 29.

 Hunter, L., Muilenburg, L.Y., & Burnside, R. B. (2012). Second language practice using blogs and pen pals with native speakers. Proceedings of the EdMedia 2012 World Conference on Educational Media and Technology. Denver, Colorado, June 26 – 29.

 Adams, C. & Muilenburg, L.Y. (2012). Incorporating GeoGebra into secondary mathematics instruction to improve student understanding. Proceedings of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference 2012. Austin, Texas, March 5-9.

 Bacon, C. & Muilenburg, L.Y. (2012). Improving student understanding of math textbooks through online graphic organizers. Proceedings of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference 2012. Austin, Texas, March 5-9.

 Davis, E., Morgan, J., & Muilenburg, L.Y. (2012). Animated Cartoons! Using animation and cartoon technology to improve learning. Proceedings of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference 2012. Austin, Texas, March 5-9.

 DeLauder, H. & Muilenburg, L.Y. (2012). Improving reading comprehension through the use of graphic organizing websites. Proceedings of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference 2012. Austin, Texas, March 5-9.

 Dugan, B. & Muilenburg, L.Y. (2012). Using Wordle to make literary texts come alive. Proceedings of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference 2012. Austin, Texas, March 5-9.

 Shipley, S. & Muilenburg, L.Y. (2012). How do you appropriately assess English language learners? Integrating Voxopop into classroom assessment. Proceedings of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference 2012. Austin, Texas, March 5-9.

 Stoeckle, K. & Muilenburg, L.Y. (2012). A new kind of current event project: Using Glogster in the social studies classroom. Proceedings of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference 2012. Austin, Texas, March 5-9.

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