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Faculty Bookshelf

Books

  The Early Years: Foundations for Best Practice with Special Children and Their Families
Gail Ensher and David A. Clark
2016, Zero to Three
  Enacting Change From Within: Disability Studies Meets Teaching and Teacher Education
Christy Ashby and Meghan Cosier; includes chapter by Beth Ferri
2016, Peter Lang
The Educator's Handbook for Inclusive School Practices
Julie Causton, Chelsey Tracy-Bronson
2015, Brookes Publishing Co
DisCrit: Disability Studies and Critical Race Theory in Education DisCrit: Disability Studies and Critical Race Theory in Education
David J. Connor, Beth Ferri, and Subini Annamma, Editors
2016, Teachers College Press
Cultivating Racial and Linguistic Diversity in Literacy Teacher Education Cultivating Racial and Linguistic Diversity in Literacy Teacher Education
Marcelle Haddix
2016, Routledge
Intergroup Dialogue: Engaging Difference, Social Identities and Social Justice Intergroup Dialogue: Engaging Difference, Social Identities and Social Justice
Edited by Ximena Zuniga, Gretchen Lopez, and Kristie A. Ford
2015, Routeledge
Assessments and Activities for Teaching Swimming Assessments and Activities for Teaching Swimming
Monica Lepore, Luis Columna, and Lauren Friedlander Litzner
2015, Human Kinetics
Group Counseling With LGBTQI Persons Group Counseling with LGBTQI Persons
Kristopher M. Goodrich and Melissa Luke
2015, American Counseling Association
Leadership for Increasingly Diverse Schools Leadership for Increasingly Diverse Schools
Edited by George Theoharis and Martin Scanlan
2015, Routledge
On the High Wire: Education Professors Walk Between Work and Parenting On the High Wire: Education Professors Walk Between Work and Parenting
Edited by George Theoharis and Sharon Dotger; includes chapter by Christy Ashby
2015, Information Age Publishing

Chapters

  • 'Experiencing Brazilian Music Through the Rhythms of Maracatu and Samba' by Elisa Dekaney and Josh Dekaney
    in Teaching General Music: A K-12 Experience, Edited by Nicole Robinson, Suzanne Hall, and Fred Spano. 2016, Kendall Hunt Publishing.
  • 'Issues in Learning Technology Competences for Designers, Instructors and Online Learners' by F Grabowski, M Beaudoin, and Tiffany Koszalka
    in Handbook of Learning Technology, Edited by N. Rushby and D. Surry. 2016, Wiley Publications
  • 'Achieving an International Perspective' by LB Jackson, Julia White, Diane Ryndak
    in TASH 40th Anniversary Volume, Edited by F Argan and Kathy Gee; 2015, Donning.
  • 'Culturally Compelling Genre Teaching: Inviting All Learners to Understand and Use Genre Knowledge' by Kathy Hinchman and F. Boyd
    in Reconceptualizing Literacy in the New Age of Multiculturalism and Pluralism, Edited by P. Schmidt and A. Lazar; 2015, Information Age Publishing
  • 'Ethics, Power and Classroom Management' by Mara Sapon-Shevin
    in The SAGE Encyclopedia of Classroom Management, Edited by W George Scarlett; 2015, SAGE Publications
  • 'Students and (Dis)ability' by Mara Sapon-Shevin
    in The SAGE Guide to Curriculum in Education; 2015, SAGE Publications
  • 'Creating Educational Adaptations, Accommodations, and Modifications' by Julie Causton, Alice Advari-Solner, and Kate Richmond
    in Educating Children with Multiple Disabilities: A Collaborative Approach, Edited by F. Orelove, D. Sobesy, and D. Giles; 2015, Brookes
  • 'Response to Intervention: Persisting Concerns' by Beth Ferri
    in Diagnostics in the Context of Inclusive Education - Theories, Ambivalences, Operators, Concepts, Edited by B. Amrhein and K. Zieman; 2015, Verlag
  • 'Intergroup Dialogue: Race Still Matters' by Gretchen Lopez, P. Gurin, and N. Sorensen
    in Race and Social Problems: Restructuring Inequality, Edited by R. Bangs and L. E. Davis; 2015, Springer
  • 'Rethinking Relevance in Art Education: Paradigm Shifts and Policy Problematics in the Wake of the Information Age' by James Haywood Rolling, Jr.
    in What's Next? Art Education, Edited by T. Meyer and G. Kolb; 2015, Kopaed
  • 'Reimagining Response to Intervention (RTI) from a DSE Perspective' by Beth Ferri
    in Enacting Change from Within: Disability Studies Meets Teaching and Teacher Education, Edited by Christy Ashby and Meghan Cosier; 2015, Peter Lang.
  • 'Leading Inclusive Schools for Students with Disabilities' by George Theoharis, Julie Causton, and Casey Woodfield
    in Leadership for Increasingly Diverse Schools, Edited by George Theoharis and Martin Scanlan; 2015, Routledge
  • 'A Very Tired Cheerleader: Work and Parenting in the Trenches of Inclusive Urban Education and School Reform' by Christy Ashby
    Introduction by Sharon Dotger, George Theoharis, Lauren Shallish
    'Not Sure Who I Am' by George Theoharis
    in On the High Wire: Education Professionals Walk Between Work and Parenting, Edited by George Theoharis and Sharon Dotger; 2015, Information Age

Journal Articles

  • Jang, E. J. & Lei, J. (2015). The Impact of Video Self-Analysis on the Development of Preservice Teachers’ Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK). International Journal of Digital Literacy and Digital Competence, 6(4), 13-29.
  • Cil, O., & Dotger, B. (2015).  Pre-Service teachers’ identity characteristics: An investigation of pre-service teachers’ decision-making and facilitation processes within a clinical simulation.  International Journal of Eurasia Social Sciences, 6(19), 50-75.
  • Ferri, B.A. (2015). Inclusion as an unfinished project: Why we need disability studies in education. Italian Journal of Disability Studies.
  • Hitt, A.H. & Garrett, B. (2015). “Interviews with Melanie Yergeau, Beth Ferri, and Nirmala Erevelles.” Reflections: A Journal of Public Rhetoric, Civic Writing, and Service Learning 14(1), 15-39.
  • Knapp, D. (2015). DAM: Dabke on the Moon [album review]. The World of Music, 4(1).
  • Rolling, J. H. (2015). Swarm intelligence as a prosthetic capacity. In C. Garoian (Ed.) Special Journal Issue on Prosthetic Pedagogy of Art, Qualitative Inquiry, 21 (6), 539-545.
  • Rolling, J. H. (2015). Editorial - Interwoven arts education pedagogies: From the formalist, to the informative, to the transformative, to the performative. Art Education, 68 (3), 4-5.
  • Rolling, J. H. (2015). Editorial - Professional development in arts and design education: From paradox to purpose. Art Education, 68 (4), 4-6.
  • Rolling, J. H. (2015). Editorial - Multimodal dialogues: Making visual meaning through the translation of tacit knowledge. Art Education, 68 (5), 4-5.
  • Rolling, J. H. (2015). Editorial - A far easier silence: Evolving traditions, cultural intersections, entrenched inequalities. Art Education, 68 (6), 4-5.
  • Theoharis, G. (2015, Oct.). ‘Forced busing’ didn’t fail. Desegregation is the best way to improve our schools. First published Oct. 23, 2015 online, in print Oct. 25, Washington Post.
  • White, J., Kurth, J., McCord, J., & Stonemeier, J. (2015). TASH Inclusive Education Town Hall: Access to communication and high quality instruction in the least restrictive environment. TASH Connections, 41(2), 6-12.
  • White, J., Kurth, J., McCord, J., & Stonemeier, J. (2015). TASH Inclusive Education Town Hall: Access to communication and high quality instruction in the least restrictive environment [White paper]. Washington, DC: TASH.
  • Woodfield, C. & Ashby, C. (2015). “The right path to equality”: Supporting high school students with complex communication needs. International Journal of Inclusive Education. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13603116.2015.1088581
  • Woodfield, C., Jung, E. & Ashby, C. (2015). “Hoping for greatness: Exploring the notion of “novicity” in commnication support partnerships. Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Handicaps, 39(4), 274-289. 
  • Bey, S., & Kollisch, A. (2015). Refugee Children and Art Teacher Training: Promoting Language, Self- Advocacy, and Cultural Preservation. Art Education: Journal of the National Art Education Association, 68(6), 36-44.
  • Bey, S. (2015) (Ed.). Failure to See? Failure to Connect? Failure to Be?. Journal of Social Theory in Art Education, 34, i-iv.
  • Ashby, C., Jung, E., Woodfield, C., Vroman, K, & Orsati, F. (2015). The complicated interplay of independence, interdependence and agency. Disability and Society.
  • Causton, J. & MacLeod, K. (2015) Six student engagement tips for the inclusive classroom. The Inclusion Lab.
  • Dotger, B., Coughlin, A. (In Press) How can I help?: Practicing familial support through simulation. Teacher Education Quarterly.
  • Ferri, B.A. (2015). Integrazione scholastica--On not having all of the answers: A Response to Anastasiou, Kauffman and Di Nuovo. European Journal of Special Needs Education.
  • Mangram, J. A., Haddix, M., Ochanji, M. K., & Masingila, J. O. (2015). "Active Learning Strategies for Complementing the Lecture: Teaching Methods in Large Classes in Higher Education. Journal of Instructional Research, Volume 4.
  • Gordon, C. M., & Luke, M. (2015). “We are in the room to serve our clients”: We and professional identity socialization in email supervision of counselors-in-training. The Journal of Language and Social Psychology.
  • Alger, A., & Luke, M. (2015). School counselor perspective: Preparing students to be college and career ready within a comprehensive school counseling program. The Practitioner Scholar: Journal of Counseling and Professional Psychology, 4(1), 17-35.
  • Applebaum, B. (2015). “Turning the Gaze on Whiteness: Opacity, Dispossession and the Call to Tarry.” Educational Philosophy & Theory 47/1, 13-16.
  • Applebaum, B. (2015). “Flipping the Script…and Still a Problem: Staying in the Anxiety of Being a Problem,” in George Yancy, ed., White Self-Criticality Beyond Anti-Racism: How Does it Feel to be a White Problem? (Lanham: Lexington Press): 1-20.
  • Tudor-Locke, C., Dentro, K.N., Mire, E.F., Barreira, T. V., Schuna, J.M.Jr., Zhao, P. et al. (2015). A model for presenting accelerometer paradata in large studies: ISCOLE. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 12, 52.
  • Barreira, T.V., Schuna, J. M. Jr., Mire E. F., Chaput, J.P., Leduc, G., Katzmarzyk, P. T., et al. (2015). Identifying children’s nocturnal sleep using 24-hour waist accelerometry. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 47(5), 937-943.
  • Tudor-Locke, C., Barreira, T.V., & Schuna, J. M. Jr. (2015) Comparison of step outputs for waist- and wrist-accelerometer attachment sites. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 47(4), 839-842.
  • Tudor-Locke, C., Barreira, T.V., Schuna, J. M. Jr., Mire E. F., Chaput, J.P., Fogelholm, M., et al. (2015). Improving wear time compliance with a 24-hour waist-worn accelerometer protocol in the International Study of Childhood Obesity, Lifestyle and the Environment (ISCOLE). International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 12, 11.
  • Barreira, T.V., Schuna, J.M. Jr., Mire, E.F., Broyles, S.T., Katzmarzyk, P.T., Johnson, WD, et al. (2015). Normative steps/day values for children and adolescents: NHANES 2005-2006. Journal of Pediatrics, 166(1) 139-143.
  • Kliewer, C., Biklen, D., & Petersen, A. (2015). At the end of intellectual disability. Harvard Educational Review, 85(1), 1-28.
  • Columna, L., Fernandez-Vivo, M., Lieberman, L., & Arndt, K. (in press). Recreational patterns among Guatemalan families with children with visual impairments. Journal of Physical Activity and Health.
  • White C, Vanderdrift L, Heffernan KS. Social isolation, cognitive decline and cardiovascular disease risk, Current Opinion in Psychology, In Press.
  • Lefferts W, Hughes W, Heffernan KS. Effect of acute high intensity resistance exercise on optic nerve sheath diameter and ophthalmic artery blood flow Pulsatility, The Journal of Human Hypertension, In Press.
  • Lefferts W, Hultquist E, Heffernan KS, Fehling P, Smith DS. Vascular and central hemodynamic changes following exercise-induced hyperthermia, Vascular Medicine, In Press.
  • Babcock MC, Lefferts WK, Hughes W, Leyer B, Fitzgerald K, Redmond JG, Heffernan KS. Acute effects of high intensity cycling exercise on carotid artery hemodynamic pulsatility, European Journal of Applied Physiology, 115(5): 1037-1045, 2015.
  • Heffernan KS, Spartano NL, Augustine JA, Lefferts WK, Hughes WE, Mitchell GF, Jorgensen RS, Gump BB. Carotid artery stiffness and hemodynamic pulsatility during cognitive engagement: A pilot investigation, American Journal of Hypertension, 28(5): 615-622, 2015.
  • Haddix, M. (2015). Preparing community-engaged teachers. Theory Into Practice, 54(1), 63–70.
  • Groenke, S., Haddix, M., Glenn, W., Kirkland, D., Price-Dennis, D., and King, C. (2015). Disrupting and dismantling the dominant vision of youth of color. English Journal, 104(3), 35-40.
  • Garcia, A. and Haddix, M. (2015). Reading YA with 'dark brown skin': Race, community, and Rue's uprising. ALAN Review, 42(2), 37-44.
  • Roy-Campbell Z. M. (2015) Teaching English as a ‘Second Language’ in Kenya and the United States: Convergences and Divergences, Global Education Review, 2(2), 84-97.
  • Gathumbi, A., Bwire, A., & Roy-Campbell, Z. (2014).Instructional Practices and Challenges In Secondary English Language Teaching: Implications For Development Of Benchmarks In Kenya, Researchjournali’s Journal of Education, 2(11)
  • Bahr, R., Danzak, R., Silliman, & Wilkinson, L. C. (January 1 , 2015). Emerging bilingual writers in middle school: It's more than transfer. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism. 18 (1) 73–91.
  • Silliman, E. & Wilkinson, L. C. (May 7, 2015). Challenges of the academic language register for students with language learning disabilities. In Bahr, R., & Silliman, E. (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Communication Disorders. New York & Oxford: Routledge Taylor Francis.
  • Sigley, R. & Wilkinson, L. C. (April 23, 2015). Ariel's cycles of algebraic problem solving: An adolescent acquires the mathematics register. Journal of Mathematical Behavior.
  • Sigley, R. & Wilkinson, L. C. (February 24, 2015). Tracing Ariel's algebraic problem solving: A case study of cognitive and language growth.
  • Woodfield, C., Jung, E. & Ashby, C. (2015). "Hoping for greatness: Exploring the notion of "novicity" in communication support partnerships. Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Handicaps, 39(4), 274-289.
  • Theoharis, G., Causton, J. & Tracy-Bronson, C. (2015). Leading Inclusive Special Education Reform: Cases of School Reform for Students with Disabilities. National Society for the Study of Education. Yearbook published by Teachers College Record.
  • Fidaui, D. & Causton, J. (2015). English language learners’ competencies in college coursework. Academic Exchange Quarterly.
  • Rood, C.E., Kanter, A.S., & Causton, J., (2015). Presuming Incompetence: Factors attributing to the assignment of guardianship during the Transition Process. Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities.
  • Causton, J. & Tracy-Bronson, C. (2015). Beyond treats and timeouts: Humanistic behavioral supports in inclusive classrooms. International Journal of Whole Schooling.
  • Dotger, B. (2015). Core pedagogy: Individual uncertainty, shared practice, formative ethos. Journal of Teacher Education, 66(3), 215-226.
  • Dotger, S. (2015). Methodological understandings from elementary science lesson study facilitation and research. Journal of Science Teacher Education.
  • Dotger, S. & Walsh, D. (2015). Elementary art & science: Observational drawing in lesson study. International Journal for Lesson and Learning Studies, 4(1).
  • Elder, B. C. and Foley, A. (in press). Working within the tensions of disability and education in post-colonial Kenya: Toward a praxis of critical disability studies. Disability and the Global South.
  • Hess, J. (2015). Upping the "anti-": The value of an anti-racist theoretical framework in music education. Action, Criticism, and Theory for Music Education, 14(1), 66-92.
  • Rolling, J. H. (2015). Editorial: Designing interventions and accommodations for the art classroom and beyond. Art Education, 68 (2), 4-5.
  • Rolling, J. H. (2015). Editorial: Creative literacies. Art Education, 68 (1), 4-5.
  • Dolphin, G.R., & Tillotson, J.W. (2015). “Uncentering” teacher beliefs: The expressed epistemologies of secondary science teachers and how they relate to teacher practice. International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 10(1), 21-38.

Music and Art Exhibitions/Performances

  • Samba Laranja: The Syracuse University Brazilian Ensemble – Elisa Dekaney
    • College of Visual and Performing Arts Convocation, Syracuse University, Carrier Dome, May 9.
    • Spring Concert, Syracuse University, Setnor Auditorium, April 14.
    • Fall Concert, Syracuse University, Setnor Auditorium, November 10.
    • Plymouth Congregational Church, Syracuse, New York, February 15.
    • Música del Corazón: Music of the Latinamerican Heart, La Casita Cultural Center, Syracuse, NY, February 20.
    • Upstate Autism Awareness Day, Pebble Hill Presbyterian Church, September 25.
    • La Casita Cultural Center, Syracuse, NY, October 10.
    • Moses DeWitt Elementary School, Multicultural Festival, November 6.
    • Cazenovia Fourth of July Parade, Cazenovia, NY, July 4.
    • International Dinner at Slutzker Center, Syracuse University, November 17.
    • Five Spring Receptions for Admitted Students (Mondays and Fridays) at Syracuse University, Goldstein Auditorium, April.
  • Concert Choir – Elisa Dekaney
    • Singing for Peace, Honoring Lost Lives” Fall Concert, Syracuse University, Setnor Auditorium, November 18.
    • Family Weekend Concert, Syracuse University, Setnor Auditorium, September 25.
    • Spring Concert, Syracuse University, Setnor Auditorium, April 15.
    • Bach’s Magnificat, Syracuse University, Setnor Auditorium, March 3.
  • Syracuse University Morton Schiff Jazz Ensemble – John Coggiola
    • Setnor School of Music concert season on 20 February 2015.
    • Setnor School of Music concert season on 17 April 2015.
    • Setnor School of Music concert season on 30 October 2015.
    • Setnor School of Music concert season on 12 December 2015.  
  • Bey, S. Touched by Touchstone: The Art of Sharif Bey, Schwab Mountain Maryland Gallery.
  • Wilson, M. (2015).PULSE Art Fair, 2015 during Art Basel week in Miami
  • Wilson, M. – MossLab Publicly Engaged Scholarship/Exhibition - Bronx, Philadelphia, Charlotte, Asheville, Utica, Denver, Eugene, Oregon (invitations)
  • Wilson, M. - “La” Seven international women artists for Women’s History Month, curated by Raul Miyar Casa Quien Gallery, Santo Domingo, DR

Other Works

  • Samba Laranja: The Syracuse University Brazilian Ensemble (Directed by Elisa Dekaneyand Josh Dekaney) [compact disc November 2014]. Pathways. Syracuse University: Syracuse University Recordings.
  • Beery, L. & Elisa Dekaney (2016). Cangoma. TTB. BriLee Music.
  • Juliet Hess: Song Cycle: Cloths of Heaven: Five Poems of William Butler Yeats. Commissioned arrangement of song cycle to be premiered by baritone and chamber ensemble by the Talisker Players on March 10 & 11, 2015 at Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre, Toronto.

Faculty Bookshelf Archives

  • Beery, L. & Elisa Dekaney (2014). Cangoma [score]. Spring, TX: BriLee.