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Submissions from 2018

It’s Not Propaganda, Filth, or Cr*p if es Verdadero y Valioso: Trumping Pancho Rabbit’s Haters, Scott A. Beck and Alma Stevenson

Resiliency: The Canary in the Coal Mine, A. J. Gallard, W. Pitts, K. Brkich, B. B. Flores, and Alma Stevenson

Using Literacy and Culturally Responsive Pedagogy to Enhance Science Content, L. Huffling and Alma Stevenson

“I See Part of Me in This Book:” Migrant Farmworkers Appraise Migrancy-Themed Picture Storybooks, Alma Stevenson and Scott A. Beck

“It’s Almost as if I Wrote This”: Migrant Farmworkers Appraise Migrancy-Themed Picture Storybooks, Alma Stevenson and Scott A. Beck

Using Creative Writing to Facilitate Science Learning, Alma Stevenson and L. Huffling

Submissions from 2017

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Digital Badges and Differentiated Instruction: Program Evaluation in Supporting Online Professional Development, Christopher A. Brkich, Thomas R. Koballa, and Tracy Linderholm

Placing Student Experiences at the Center to Broaden EE Participation, L. Huffling

Infusing Writing Into EE Curriculum to Increase Access, L. Huffling and Alma Stevenson

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Digital Badges, Community Engagement to Support Teacher Professional Growth and Certification Renewal, Thomas R. Koballa and Tracy Linderholm

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Utopia as Critical Method: Paulo Freire 20 Years After His Passing, Robert L. Lake

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Out of the Tragedy and Structure of White Supremacy and Into Nelson Mandela’s Dream in 2017 America, Robert L. Lake, Michael A. Baugh, and Christopher M. Pugh

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Reflecting Upon Teaching Diversity-Centered Courses: From Novice to Veteran, Delores D. Liston and Nikki DiGregorio

Cancer, Currere and Human-Animal Relations, Marla B. Morris and Mary Aswell Doll

To Be Young, Gifted, and Black (Male): New Narratives for the 21st Century, Sabrina N. Ross and Alma Stevenson

Reaching Young, Multilingual Readers and Cultivating Their Emergent Conscientization as Authors of Their Own Stories, Alma Stevenson

Emergent Conscientization Among Pre-Teens Through Critical, Socioculturally Responsive Literacy Pedagogy, Alma Stevenson and Scott A. Beck

Developing STEM Literacy and Concept Knowledge Through Creative Narratives, Alma Stevenson and L. Huffling

“With Our Writing, We Had to Think Like Scientists:” Developing STEM Literacy Through Creative Narratives, Alma Stevenson and L. Huffling

Submissions from 2016

Immigration and Justice: Historical Struggles, Contemporary Controversies, Scott A. Beck and Alma Stevenson

Capitalizing on the Testing Effect to Enhance Learning in the Classroom, John L. Dobson and Tracy Linderholm

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The Effect of Selected “Desirable Difficulties” on Multiple Text Processing, John L. Dobson and Tracy Linderholm

Science for All: Challenges, Practices, and Spaces of Possibility for Creating Inclusive Science Learning Environments, A. J. Gallard, W. B. Pitts, L. Claeys, B. B. Flores, and Alma Stevenson

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Myles Horton and the Highlander Folk School: Democracy Unfettered and Unfinished, Robert L. Lake

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Rhizomes Under Walls: Reclaiming Personal Agency Through Poetic Language and Personal Metaphor in Neoliberal Times, Robert L. Lake

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Work Harder and Be Nicer: Gritty Character Education and Rigor (Mortis), Robert L. Lake and Christopher M. Pugh

The Role of Prior Knowledge in the Testing Effect, Tracy Linderholm and John L. Dobson

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Social Justice Through SoTL: Establishing Authentic Communities of Learning, Delores D. Liston, Regina Rahimi, Erin Peters-Burton, Giuseppina Kysar Mattietti, Karen S. Meaney, and Mary R. Moeller

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Teaching Through the Really Ill Body, Marla B. Morris and Mary Aswell Doll

“I’m not racist, but”: Mexican Heritage Women Negotiating their Racial Identities in the Rural South, 1998-2014, Alma Stevenson and Scott A. Beck

Submissions from 2015

Maxine Greene and the Formation of Social Imagination: An Intellectual Genealogy, Robert L. Lake

Radical Love in Teacher Education Praxis: Imagining the Real Through Listening to Diverse Student Voices, Robert L. Lake

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With a Little Help From My (Mostly White) Friends: Searching for Invisible Members of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, Robert L. Lake

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Unlocking SoTL’s Potential for Transformative Education, Delores D. Liston

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The Pinar Project, Marla B. Morris, Rita Ugena Whitlock, and Mary Aswell Doll

Girls Leaving School: Advocating Change, Regina Rahimi and Delores D. Liston

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Social Justice in the Classroom Through the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Regina Rahimi and Delores D. Liston

Migrants Students Scaffolding Their Stories: From Critiquing Socio-Culturally Relevant Mentor Texts to Publishing Collaborative Narratives, Alma Stevenson and Scott A. Beck

Submissions from 2014

Latina Resiliency: in Pursuit of STEM Careers, G. Bayne, K. Brkich, L. Claeys, B. B. Flores, and Alma Stevenson

Latina Resiliency: In Pursuit of STEM Careers, G. Bayne, K. Brkich, L. Claeys, B. B. Flores, and Alma Stevenson

Migrant Students Read and Write About Migrancy, Scott A. Beck and Alma Stevenson

Capitalizing on the "Testing Effect" to Enhance Learning in Anatomy and Physiology Courses, John L. Dobson and Tracy Linderholm

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Developing Competency-Based Professional Development Modules to Support Teacher Performance on the TKES, Thomas R. Koballa, Lina Soares, Meca Williams-Johnson, and Tracy Linderholm

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Epistemological, Ontological and Axiological Dimensions of "Critical Imagination" Vis-à-Vis Currere, Tricia M. Kress and Robert L. Lake

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Diddley Bows, Cross Harps, Banjars and Backbeats: The Rhythm and Sound of Personal Agency from Southern African America, Robert L. Lake

In Search of a Biophillic (Re)public in the Age of Necrophillic Empire, Robert L. Lake

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Multiple Text Comprehension for College-Level Readers: Instructions to Enhance Performance, Tracy Linderholm, Heekyung Kwon, and David Therriault

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Student Athletes’ Perceptions of Sexual Harassment, Lynn Hunt Long, Regina Rahimi, and Delores D. Liston

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Student Athletes’ Perceptions of Sexual Harassment on Campus, Lynn Hunt Long, Regina Rahimi, and Delores D. Liston

Posthuman Education and Animal Interiority, Marla B. Morris, Peter M. Appelbaum, and John A. Weaver

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Animal Subjectivities, Animal Assisted Therapy and Curriculum Studies, Marla B. Morris and Mary Aswell Doll

Disciplinarity and Interdisciplinarity: William Pinar’s Complicated Conversation, Marla B. Morris and Mary Aswell Doll

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Forgotten Girls: Exploring the Experiences of Female Dropouts in the South, Regina Rahimi and Delores D. Liston

Get Out and Stay Out: Why Girls Leave School, Regina Rahimi and Delores D. Liston

Raising their Voices: Exploring the Experiences of Female Drop Outs, Regina Rahimi and Delores D. Liston

Know Your Heritage, Alma Stevenson

Immigration in Southeast Georgia: History and Social Action, Alma Stevenson and Scott A. Beck

Submissions from 2013

Crisis Intervention, M. Baggett, Delores D. Liston, W. Bede Mitchell, and L. Tellier

Partnering with Higher Education, M. Baggett, Delores D. Liston, W. Bede Mitchell, and L. Tellier

Latina Resiliency: in Pursuit of STEM Careers, A. J. Gallard, Alma Stevenson, W. Pitts, G. Bayne, and K. Brkich

The Strong Poetry of Place: A Co-Auto/Ethnographic Journey Through Place, Consciousness, and Education, Tricia M. Kress and Robert L. Lake

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Constructing a Community of Thought: Letters on the Scholarship, Teaching and Mentoring of Vera John-Steiner, Robert L. Lake

Deterritorializing Peace Education Through Being-Based Pedagogy, Robert L. Lake

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That’s Alright Mamma: How Southern Blacks Invented Rock and Roll, Robert L. Lake

Where Jagger Learned to Move: The Role of African-American Spirituality in the Creation of Rock and Roll, Robert L. Lake

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Eagle QuaRC: Faculty Reflections on the Creation of a Campus-Wide Qualitative Research Community, Robert L. Lake and Christopher Brkich

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Converging Self/Other Awareness: Erich Fromm and Paulo Freire on Necrophilia and Biophilia, Robert L. Lake and Vicki Dagostino

The Dialectic of Positive Freedom From Hegel to Fromm and Beyond, Robert L. Lake and Vicki Dagostino

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Freire and Marx in Dialogue, Robert L. Lake and Tricia M. Kress

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Exploring the Tensions Between Narrative Imagination and Official Knowledge Through The Life of Pi, Robert L. Lake and Laura Rychly

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Sexual Harassment and Bullying Experiences from Middle and High School, Delores D. Liston and Regina Rahimi

Animals and the Posthuman: A Manifesto, Marla B. Morris and Peter M. Appelbaum

I am Animal, Marla B. Morris and Mary Aswell Doll

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I am Dirt, I am Noise: Myth, Style, Allegory, and Currere, Marla B. Morris and Mary Aswell Doll

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Exploring the Experiences of Female High School Dropouts in Georgia, Regina Rahimi and Delores D. Liston

Academic Achievement and Performances of African American Masculinity, Sabrina N. Ross and Alma Stevenson

How Bilingual Latino/A Fifth Graders Use Their Linguistic Resources During Science Instruction, Alma Stevenson

Why in This Bilingual Classroom… Hablamos Más Español?” Language Choice by Bilingual Science Students, Alma Stevenson

What if La Migra Gets Mamá When I’m at School?” Transnational Mixed-Immigration-Status Families in the United States and the Education of Their Children, Alma Stevenson and Scott A. Beck

Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol Faculty Training, Alma Stevenson and S. Brown

Submissions from 2012

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SoTL Imperatives: Theoretical and Socio-Political Contexts, Lorraine S. Gilpin and Delores D. Liston

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We Saved the Best for You: Letters of Hope, Wisdom, and Imagination to 21st Century Educators, Robert L. Lake and Tricia M. Kress

Curriculum as Literary Text, Marla B. Morris

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Interweavings, Oscillations, and the Indecidabilities of Understanding, Marla B. Morris

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Pervasive Vulnerabilities: Sexual Harassment in Schools, Regina Rahimi and Delores D. Liston

Empowering African American Learners Through Critical Literacy, Sabrina N. Ross and Alma Stevenson

Academic Achievement for All: How to Reach and Teach Diverse Struggling Learners, Alma Stevenson

How to Reach and Teach Linguistically and Culturally Diverse Learners, Alma Stevenson

Panel on Minorities in Doctoral Studies, Alma Stevenson

Submissions from 2011

Dear Maxine: An Inquiry Into Situated Philosophy Through Epistolary Genre, Robert L. Lake

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Memory, Metaphor, Place, and Story: (Un)Abstracting Social Imagination, Robert L. Lake

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She Who Learns, Teaches: Septima Clark and Black Women Activist Educators, Past, Present, and Future, Robert L. Lake, Katherine Mellen Charron, and Kristal T. Moore

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Compliment or Harassment? Male Students' Perceptions of Sexual Harassment in High School, Regina Rahimi and Delores D. Liston

Hegemony, Race, and Teachers' Perceptions, Regina Rahimi and Delores D. Liston

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Just Playin' Males' Perspectives of Sexual Harassment in Schools, Regina Rahimi and Delores D. Liston

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Serious or Not? Male Perspectives of Sexual Harrassment in Schools, Regina Rahimi and Delores D. Liston

Working With Diverse Students, Alma Stevenson and S. Brown

Submissions from 2010

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But My Facebook Is Private: Administrator and Pre-Service Teacher Perceptions of Social Network Site Postings, Robert L. Lake

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Curriculum as Conversation in Peer Mediated Conflict Resolution, Robert L. Lake

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Looking Deeper Than the Gradebook: Assessing Cultural Diversity Attitudes Among Pre-Service Teacher Candidates, Robert L. Lake