Publications

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Video Reflection & Study in Teacher Education/Professional Development
Multimodality, Social Semiotics & New Literacies
Social Justice & Multicultural Literacy Education
The Role of Reading Clinics, Coaches & Clinicians
Conference Presentations
Dissertations
Professional Development


Video Reflection & Study in Teacher Education/Professional Development

Hayden, H. E. & Chiu, M. M. (2013). Reflective teaching via a problem exploration-teaching adaptations-resolution cycle: A mixed methods study of pre-service teachers’ reflective notes. Journal of Mixed Methods Researchhttp://mmr.sagepub.com/content/early/2013/11/11/1558689813509027

Hayden, H. E. & Chiu, M. M. (2013). Lessons learned: Supporting the development of reflective practice and adaptive expertise. In Dunston, P.J., Fullerton, S.K., Bates, C.C., Stecker, P.M., Cole, M. W., Hall, A. H., Herro, D., Headley, K., (Eds.) 62nd Literacy Research Association Yearbook, pp. 279-296. Oak Creek, WI: Literacy Research Association, Incorporated.

Hayden, H. E., Rundell, T. D.,* & Smyntek-Gworek, S.* (2013). Adaptive expertise: A view from the top, and the ascent. Teaching Education. 24:4, 395-414. DOI: 10.1080/10476210.2012.724054 

Shanahan, L. E., McVee, M. B., Schiller, J. A., Tynan, E. A., D’Abate, R. L., Flury-Kashmanian, C. M., Rinker, T. W., Ebert, A. A., & Hayden, H. E. (2013). Learning to support struggling readers and literacy clinicians through reflective video pedagogy. In E. Ortlieb & E. Cheek, Jr. (Eds.), Literacy research, practice, and evaluation (pp. 303-323). Corpus Christi: Emerald Press.

Shanahan, L. E., & Lavin, M. (in press, 2013). Networking, designing, and using digital video: Bridging the gap between research and practice. New Horizons for Learning.

Shanahan, L. E., & Tochelli, A. L. (2012). Video study group: A context to cultivate professional relationships. In P. J. Dunston, S. K. Fullerton, C. C. Bates, K. Headley, & P. M. Stecker (Eds.). 61st Literacy Research Association Conference Yearbook (pp. 196-211). Oak Creek, WI: Literacy Research Association.

Multimodality, Social Semiotics & New Literacies

Shanahan, L. E., McVee, M. B., & Bailey, N. M. (in press, 2014). Multimodality in action: New literacies as more than activity in the middle and high school classrooms. In R. E. Ferdig, & K. E. Pytash (Eds.), Exploring multimodal composition and digital writing. Hershey, PA: IGI Publishing.

Shanahan, L. E., & Flury-Kashmanian, C. M. (in press, 2014). Orchestrating semiotic resources in explicit strategy instruction. Pedagogies: An International Journal.

Shanahan, L. E., & Roof, L. M. (in press, 2013). Developing strategic readers: A multimodal analysis of a primary school teacher’s use of speech, gesture, and artifacts  Literacy.

Shanahan, L. E. (2013). Multimodal representations: A fifth grade teacher influences students’ design and production. Pedagogies: An International Journal, 8(2), 85-102. Retrieved from http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/IreFF43FHFXcxKaVCgSB/full

Shanahan, L. E. (2013). Composing “kid-friendly” multimodal text: When conversations, instruction, and signs come together. Written Communication, 30(2), 194-227.

Miller, S. M. & McVee, M. B. (Eds.) (2012). Literacy, technology, and pedagogical practice: Multimodal composing in a digital world. New York: Routledge.

Shanahan, L. E. (2012). Use of sound with digital text: Moving beyond sound as an add-on or decoration. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 12(3). Retrieved from http://www.citejournal.org/vol12/iss3/languagearts/article1.cfm.

McVee, M.B., Bailey, N.M., & Shanahan, L.E. (2008). Using digital media to interpret poetry: Spiderman meets Walt Whitman. Research in Teaching of English, 43(2), 112-143.

McVee, M.B., Bailey, N.M., & Shanahan, L.E. (2008). Technology lite: Advice and reflection for the technologically unsavvy. Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, 51 (6), 444-448.

Social Justice & Multicultural Literacy Education

McVee, M. B. (in press). The challenge of more light, the complexity of culture: Lessons learned in exploring the cultural positioning with inservice and preservice teachers. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education.

McVee, M. B., Brock, C., Glazier, J. A. (Eds.) (2011). Sociocultural positioning in literacy research: Exploring discourse, culture, narrative, and power. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.

McVee, M. B. (2005). Revisiting the Black Jesus: Evaluating a narrative through multiple retellings. Narrative Inquiry, 15(1), 161-195.

McVee, M. B. (2004). Narrative and the exploration of culture in teachers’ discussions of literacy, identity, self and other. Teaching and Teacher Education, 20 (8), 881-899.

McVee, M.B., Baldassarre, M., & Bailey, N. (2004). Positioning theory as lens to explore teachers’ beliefs about literacy and culture. C. M. Fairbanks, J. Worthy, B. Maloch, J. V. Hoffman, & D. L. Schallert (Eds.). 53rd National Reading Conference Yearbook (pp. 281-295). Oak Creek, WI: National Reading Conference.

The Role of Reading Clinics, Coaches & Clinicians

Collet, V. (2012). The gradual increase of responsibility model: Coaching for teacher change. Literacy Research and Instruction.

Kibby, M. W., & Dechert, D. A. (2006). Lessons from the reading clinic. In A. McKeoug, L. Phillips, V. Timmons, & J. Lupart (Eds.), Understanding literacy development: A global view (pp.199-219). Newark, NJ: Erlbaum.

Kibby, M. W., & Scott, L. (2002). Using computer simulations to teach decision-making in reading diagnostic assessment for re-mediation. Reading Online, 6 (3).

Kibby, M. W., & Barr, R. (1999). The education of reading clinicians. In P. Mosenthal & D.H. Evenson (Eds.), Advances in reading/language arts, volume 6: Future directions for university reading clinics (pp. 3-40). JAI Press.

Kibby, M. W. (1995). Practical steps for informing literacy instruction: A diagnostic decision-making model. Newark, DE: International Reading Association.

Conference Presentations

Hayden, H. E. (November 2012). Adaptive Expertise: A View from the Top, and From the Climb.Presentation at Literacy Research Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, California. 

Hayden, H. E. (November 2012). Early Access: Learning to Reflect and Adapt While Learning to Teach in a Reading Clinic. Presentation at Literacy Research Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, California.

McVee, M. B. & Carse, C. (April, 2012). A multimodal analysis of storyline in “The Chinese Professor”: Narrative construction and positioning in economic hard times. A paper to be presented at the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, Canada.

McVee, M.B., Schiller, J.A. (2012). Video streaming and case studies as tools for teachers and researchers in a literacy center. A paper to be presented at the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, Canada.

Shanahan L.E. (2012, April). Digital video to improve teachers’ literacy strategy instruction: A tool for researchers and professional development. A paper to be presented at the American Education Research Association, Vancouver, BC.

Shanahan, L.E. (2012, December). Digital video: Mediating inservice teachers’ understanding. A paper to be presented at the Literacy Research Association, Jacksonville, FL.

Dissertations on Reading Clinicians, Literacy Specialists, & Literacy Practicums

Schiller, J. (ongoing 2013-14).

Pontrello, Camille Marie (2011). From clinic to classroom: A case study of a literacy specialist examining teacher learning and instructional decision making. Ph.D. dissertation, State University of New York at Buffalo, United States.

Collett, Vicki S. (2011). The gradual increase of responsibility: Scaffolds for Change. Ph.D. dissertation, State University of New York at Buffalo, United States.

Dechert, Debra (2008). Creating a “new pedagogy” for reflection in reading education. Ph.D. dissertation, State University of New York at Buffalo, United States — New York. Retrieved August 29, 2011, from Dissertations & Theses @ SUNY Buffalo.(Publication No. AAT 3291559).

Professional Development

Ciminelli, M. (October 2011). Yes You Can!: Writing your dissertation. Presented at CLaRI: SUNY Buffalo, Amherst, New York.

Schiller, J. (June 2011). Thinking about workflow in nVivo 9. Presented at CLaRI: SUNY Buffalo, Amherst, New York.

Schiller, J. (June 2011). Cross-Case Video Analysis with nVivo9. Presented at CLaRI: SUNY Buffalo, Amherst, New York.

Schiller, J. (September 2010). Using iTunes U as a video refection tool in a teacher education program. Presented at CLaRI: SUNY Buffalo, Amherst, New York.