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Submissions from 2017

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Teaching for Social Justice in the Early Childhood Classroom, Julie C. Garlen, Lisa Kuh, and Beth Coleman

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Happily (N)ever After: the Cruel Optimism of Disney’s Romantic Ideal, Julie C. Garlen and Jennifer A. Sandlin

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Magic Everywhere: Mapping the Disney Curriculum, Jennifer A. Sandlin and Julie C. Garlen

Submissions from 2015

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Service-Learning with Young Students: Validating the Introduction of Service-Learning In Pre-Service Teacher Education, Nancy M. Arrington

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Enhancing Scholarship of Teaching and Learning through Micro-Level Collaboration across Two Disciplines, Nancy M. Arrington and Adrienne L. Cohen

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Migrants, Farming, and Immigration: Beginning a Dialogue in Agricultural Education, Scott A. Beck and Yasar Bodur

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Migrant Students Scaffolding and Writing their Own Stories: From Socio-Culturally Relevant Enabling Mentor Texts to Collaborative Student Narratives, Scott A. Beck and Alma D. Stevenson

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“Someday I’m going to have papers!” (¡Algún día, yo voy a tener papeles!): Mixed-Status Families in the Rural South, Scott A. Beck and Alma D. Stevenson

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A Constant of Change, Katie L. Brkich and T. Lamb

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Unthinkable Selves: Identity Boundary Work in a Summer Field Ecology Enrichment Program for Diverse Youth, Heidi B. Carlone, Lacey D. Huffling, Terry Tomasek, Tess A. Hegedus, Catherine E. Matthews, Melony Allen, and Mary C. Ash

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Critical Media Literacy in the Digital Age, Julie C. Garlen and Daniel Chapman

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Pop Culture Pedagogies: Process and Praxis, Julie C. Garlen and Jennifer A. Sandlin

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Private Schools in Public Systems, Rubén Gaztambide-Fernández and Julie C. Garlen

Developing a Service-Learning Student Facilitator Program: Lessons Learned, Jerri J. Kropp Dr., Nancy M. Arrington, and Veena Shankar

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Quantitative Reasoning in Environmental Science: Rasch Measurement to Support QR Assessment, Robert L. Mayes, Kent Rittschof, Jennifer H. Forrester, Jennifer D. Schuttlefield Christus, Lisa Watson, and Franziska Peterson

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Disney’s Pedagogies of Pleasure and the Eternal Recurrence of Whiteness, Jennifer A. Sandlin and Julie C. Garlen

Submissions from 2013

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Interactive Whiteboards and Teaching: Are We Repeating History?, Gregory Chamblee

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Southern Discomfort: Unsettling Home Through Autobiography, Julie C. Garlen

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Toward a New Audacity of Imagination, Julie C. Garlen

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Teaching Algebra and Geometry with GeoGebra: Preparing Pre-Service Teachers for Middle Grades/Secondary Mathematics Classrooms, Jeffery Hall and Gregory Chamblee

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An Analysis of Secondary Mathematics Teachers’ Observed Use of Interactive Whiteboards in the Classroom, Jeffery Hall, Gregory Chamblee, and Scott Slough

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An Examination of Interactive Whiteboard Perceptions using the Concerns-Based Adoption Model Stages of Concern and the Apple Classrooms of Tomorrow Model of Instructional Evolution., Jeffery Hall, Gregory Chamblee, and Scott Slough

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Quantitative Reasoning in Environmental Science: A Learning Progression, Robert L. Mayes, Jennifer Forrester, Jennifer Cristus, Nissa Yestness, Franziska Peterson, and Rachel Bonilla

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Complex Adaptive Systems and Quantitative Reasoning in an Interdisciplinary STEM Mathematics Classroom, Robert L. Mayes and K. Greer

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Quantitative Reasoning in Mathematics and Science Education: Papers from an International STEM Research Symposium, Robert L. Mayes and L. Hatfield

Teaching Math and Science in the Context of Energy and Climate: Building Students Quantitative Reasoning Skills and Scientific Understanding, Robert L. Mayes, J. Myers, and Mark Lyford

Quantitative Reasoning in Environmental Science: Learning Progression for 6th to 12th Grades, Robert L. Mayes and Franziska Peterson

Quantitative Reasoning in Environmental Science: Learning Progression for 6th to 12th Grades., Robert L. Mayes and Franziska Peterson

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Quantitative Reasoning Learning Progressions for Environmental Science: Developing a Framework, Robert L. Mayes, Franziska Peterson, and Rachel Bonilla

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Employment Supports that Promote Job Attainment, Maintenance, and Advancement for People with Intellectual and Development Disabilities, Christine L. Nittrouer, Julie Pickens, and Karrie A. Shogren