Student Work

The Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College likes to celebrate students’ hard work and achievements. In an effort to showcase what our students have done during their doctoral studies, TCDC has created an archive of student work. This includes articles students have authored, presentations they have presented, grants they have been awarded, as well as other projects they have completed while attending MLFTC.

Another important purpose for this archive is to provide examples of different types of writing that doctoral students will encounter in grad school. We all know how helpful it can be to have a model when working with a format we have never tried to write before.

Please, consider this archive your resource for successful writing models. Everything that you find her has been published, presented, and/or awarded. Don’t see what you are looking for? Let us know and we will do our best to find examples of students’ work that meets your needs.

 

Peer Reviewed Publications

Amrein-Beardsley, A.,  Holloway-Libell, J., Cirell, A.M., Hayes, A., & Chapman, K. (2015). “Rational” Observational Systems of Educational Accountability and Reform. Practical Assessment.

Geiger, T. & Holloway-Libell, J. (2016). Why so fragile? How a university lost an opportunity to denounce white privilege. Teachers College Record. ID Number: 20566.

Kachorsky (2015) Valuing the visual: Tips for teaching graphic novels. Colorado Reading Journal. Summer 2015. 13-18.

Kilinc, S., Chapman, K., Kelley, M. F., Adams, K., & Millinger, J. (2016). Teachers’ Reconceptualization of Young Children’s Identities and Abilities Through Research-Based Drama Professional Development. International Journal of Education & the Arts17(22).

Serafini, F., Kachorsky, D., & Goff, M. (2015) Representing reading: An analysis of professional development book covers. Journal of Language and Literacy Education. 11(2). 94-115

Serafini, F., Kachorsky, D., & Aguilera, E. (2015). Picturebooks 2.0: Transmedial Features Across Narrative Platforms. Journal of Children’s Literature, 41(2), 16. 

Serafini, F., Kachorsky, D., & Aguilera, E. (2016). Picture Books in the Digital Age. The Reading Teacher.

Shelton, C. C., Warren, A. E., & Archambault, L. M. (2016). Exploring the Use of Interactive Digital Storytelling Video: Promoting Student Engagement and Learning in a University Hybrid Course. TechTrends, 1-10.

Zuiker, S. J., Anderson, K. T., Jordan, M. E., & Stewart, O. G. (2016). Complementary lenses: Using theories of situativity and complexity to understand collaborative learning as systems-level social activity. Learning, Culture and Social Interaction.

Presented Posters

Chapman, K. (2015, February). A geographic analysis of opt-out behavior in New York. Poster presented at the Association for Education Finance and Policy’s 41st Annual Conference, Washington, DC.

Chapman, K. (2016, December). Protecting Teachers or Protecting Children? Media Representations of Vergara v. California.Poster presented at the Institute for Social Science Research Annual Graduate Student Poster Competition. Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

Geiger, T. (2016). Methodological Issues with the Education Value-Added Assessment System (EVAAS) Value-Added Model (VAM): Validity, Reliability, and Bias. Poster presented at Dublin City University-Arizona State University Doctoral Gathering. Dublin, IE.

Kachorsky, D. (2016, December). Education in Time. Poster presented at the Institute for Social Science Research Annual Graduate Student Poster Competition. Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

Kachorsky, D. & Aguilera, E. (2015, January). Picturebooks 2.0 : Transmedial affordances across narrative platforms? Poster presented at the annual doctoral student visit. Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

Ray, A. B., Graham, S., & Xinghua Liu. (2016, April) Effects of college entrance essay exam instruction for high school struggling writers. Poster presented at the annual conference of the Council for Exceptional Children, St. Louis, MO.

Manuscripts For Review

Cirrell, A.M. (in review) Mixed methods and beautiful evidence: Evaluating the influence of data visualizations on quality criteria within the literature. Journal of Mixed Methods Research.

Submitted Conference Proposals

AERA submitted paper (blinded for review)

Degree Milestone Documents

Cirrell, A.M. Digital Learning in the Wild: Re-Imagining New Ruralism, Digital Equity, and Deficit Discourses through the Thirdspace. Submitted Prospectus

Submitted Grant Proposals

Cruz, J. (2015). Wading into the bull: discourse based interviewing and a phenomenological analysis of undergraduate bullshit practices in writing. Grant proposal submitted for Graduate & Professional Students Association Jumpstart Grant.

Conference Presentations

Cruz, C. & Kellam, N.Participant narrative as heroic epic: Using Campbell’s monomyth to structure narrative interviews  [PDF document]. Slides prepared for conference presentation at American Educational Research Association’s Annual Meeting.

 

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