School of Education

Research & Creative Activity


Bell, K.N. & Norwood, K. (2007). Gender equity intersects with mathematics and technology: Problem solving education for changing times. In Sadker, D. & Silber, E.S. (Eds). Gender in the Classroom. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publisher.

Bell, K.N. (2006). Easy Parcheesi. Teaching Children Mathematics, 12 (6), 312-322.

Books, Sue (2006). Invisible Children in the Society and its Schools (3rd edition). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Books, Sue (2004). Poverty and Schooling in the U.S.: Contexts and Consequences. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Books, Sue, and McAninch, Amy (Eds.), Special Issue: Jonathan Kozol’s Savage Inequalities: A 15-year Reconsideration. Educational Studies, 40 (1).

Dull, Laura. (2006). Disciplined development: Teachers and reform in Ghana. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

Hammond, J.  (Summer 2006).  Competitive Advantage:  What India can learn from American Education.  Christ College 5th Anniversary Journal, Jaipur, India.

Hammond, J. (Summer 2006). Words of Wisdom from Successful School Leaders. Wappinger Falls Administrative Retreat, Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, Hyde Park. New York.

Hammond, J. & C. Patterson.  (April 2006). What Works: Policies & Creative Funding for Recruiting and Retaining Teachers. Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development National Conference, Chicago, IL. 

Hammond, J. & R. Senor (February 2006).  Fifty Ways to Replenish Your Energy after a Board Meeting.  American Association for School Administrators national conference, San Diego, CA.

Hammond, J. (July 2005). Open Space Technology, Mid-Hudson Leadership Conference, New Paltz., NY.

Hammond, J.  (March 2005). Motivating the Non-Motivated.  Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Orlando, FL.

Hammond, J  “Strategic Management—A Monograph.”  Piloted text for special topics course, Strategic Management, May 2004.

Hammond, J.  “Courageous Leaders: Inspired Commitment.”  Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA. March 2004.

Hammond, J & Myers, A. “The Interim Superintendency: A New Honeymoon,” American Association of School Leaders National Conference, San Francisco, CA.  February, 2004.

Hammond, J, A. Myers,  & E. Ruglis, Eds.  New York State Association for Women in Administration state newsletter, Spring, 2003, 2004.

Hammond, J.  Guest Editor (2003). “Effective School Leadership,” Impact in Instructional Improvement Journal.  New York State Association of Supervision and Curriculum.

Hammond, J. & Muffs, M.  Speakers, “Wellness for 21st Century School Leaders,” Mid-Hudson Leadership Academy, Newburgh, July 2003.

J. Hammond & R. Parthasarthy.  “Product Innovation and Outcome:  Moderating Effects of the Innovation Process.”  Journal of Engineering and Technology, Spring 2002.

Hammond, J. & Muffs, M.  Speakers, “Staying in the Classroom but Exploring Leadership Alternatives in Educational Administration,”  Mid-Hudson School Study Council, Newburgh, April 2003.

Hammond, J.  “Building Capacity:  Leading with Heart in Turbulent Times.”  Audiotape at the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development Annual Conference, March 2003.

Hammond, J.  Women in Administration, New York State Council of School Superintendents, January, 2003.

Isabelle, A.D. (2007). Discovery boxes: Nurturing open inquiry in elementary and middle school science classrooms. The Science Teachers Bulletin, 70(2), 3-13.

Isabelle, A.D. & Bell, K.N. (2007). Sun catchers. Teaching Children Mathematics, 13(8), 414-423.

Mathur, S., & Smith, R. M. (2003). 20 ways to collaborate with families of children with ADD. Intervention in School and Clinic, 38(5), 311-315.

Noel, A. M. & Newman, J. (2007). Mothers' plans for children during the kindergarten hold-out year. Early Child Development and Care, in press..

Noel, A. M. & Colopy, M. (2006). Making history field trips meaningful: Teachers' and site educators' perspectives on teaching materials. Theory and Research in Social Education, in press.

Noel, A. M. & Yang, H. (2006). The developmental characteristics of four- and five-year-old preschoolers’ drawing: An analysis of scribbles, placement patterns, emergent writing, and name writing in archived spontaneous drawing samples. Journal of Early Childhood Literacy 6(2), 145-162.

Noel, A. M. & Cash, J. (May/June 2006). Theme Bee: A second grade class follows honeybees throughout the seasons in this integrated study. Science and Children, pp. 22-27.

Noel, A. M. (2006). Adding excitement and relevance to elementary social studies instruction with the use of primary sources. In: J. K. Richards, (Ed.), International Perspectives on Education and Training. Athens, Greece: The Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER), pp. 333-342.

Noel, A.M. (2005). Kindergarten readiness. In: N. Salkind, (Ed.), The Encyclopedia of Human Development. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Noel, A. M. & Newman, J. (2003). Why delay kindergarten entry? A qualitative study of mothers' decisions. Early Education and Development (pp. 479 - 497).

Newman, J., Noel, A. M., Chen, R., Matsopoulos, A. (1998). Temperament, selected moderating variables and early reading achievement. Journal of School Psychology, 36(2), 215-232.

Noel, A. M. (2002). Helping children achieve: Knowledge enhances opportunity. In: L. L. Dunlap, (Ed.), What all children need: Theory and application (pp. 145 - 179). Lanham, MD: University Press of America.

Salend, S. J., Whittaker, C. R., & Garrick Duhaney, L.M. (2006). Preparing special educators to work with migrant students with disabilities and their families. Multiple Voices for Ethnically Diverse Exceptional Learners, 9(1), 185-195

Salend, S. J. (2005). Creating inclusive classrooms: Effective and reflective practices for all students (5th  ed.). Columbus, OH: Merrill/Prentice Hall.

Utley, C. A., & Salend, S.J. (2007). Working with multicultural learners with behavioral problems. In F. Obiakor (Ed.), Multicultural special education: Culturally responsive
teaching (pp. 96-109). Columbus, OH: Prentice Hall/Merrill.

Salend, S.J. (2006). Explaining your inclusion program to families. Teaching Exceptional
Children, 38(4), 6-11.

Salend, S.J. (2005). Using technology to teach about individual differences related to disability. Teaching Exceptional Children, 38(2), 32-38.

Salend, S.J. (2005). Report card models that support communication and differentiation of instruction. Teaching Exceptional Children, 37(5), 28-34.

Salend, S. J., & Garrick Duhaney, L. M. (2005). Understanding and addressing
disproportionate representation. Intervention in School and Clinic, 40, 213-221.

Salend, S.J., & Sylvestre, S. (2005). Understanding and addressing oppositional and defiant classroom behaviors. Teaching Exceptional Children, 37(6), 32-39.

Salend, S.J. (2004). Fostering inclusive values in children: What families can do. Teaching Exceptional Children, 37(1), 64-69.

Salend, S. J., Duhaney, D., Anderson, D. J., & Gottschalk, C. (2004).  Using the internet to improve homework communication and compl etion. Teaching Exceptional Children, 36(3), 64-73.

Salend, S. J., Whittaker, C. R., Garrick Duhaney, L. M., & Smith, R. M. (2003). Diversifying teacher education programs to recruit and graduate culturally and linguistically diverse teachers. Teacher Education and Special Education, 26(4), 63-75.

Smith, R. M. (2006). Classroom management texts: a study in the represention and misrepresentation of students with disabilities. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 10(1), 91-104.

Smith, R. M., & Nevin, A. (2005). Conceptualizing liberatory roles for educational and psychological consultants: Implications for transition planning. Journal of Educational Practice and Consultation, 16(4), 263-286.

van Garderen, D., & Whittaker, C. (2006). Planning differentiated,
multicultural instruction for secondary inclusive classroom. Teaching Exceptional Children, 38(3), 12-21.

Professional Presentations, Guest speaking, Workshops - Non Publication Activities

2006 Dean, A.V.  Enhancing Student Learning Through Socio-Dramatic Pedagogy. Dalhousie Conference on Teaching and Learning, Halifax, NS, Canada. (May 3-4)

2005 Dean, A.V. and Kolitch, E.  Six Working Class Students in Search of a University Education. Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Conference, Charlottetown, PE, Canada.  (June 8-11)
2003  Dean, A.V. and Kolitch, E. Critical Thinking Workshop in Language Arts & 
Mathematics.  Ministry of Education, George Town, Great Exuma, Bahamas  (May 20-22)

2001 Dean, A.V.  Teaching critical thinking through literature at the high school level.  Ministry of Education, Marsh Harbour, Abaco, Bahamas.  (May 17-18).