Engagement.  Innovation.  Impact.

Engaged learning requires faculty who are critically and continuously committed to positively impacting the profession and community through teaching, scholarship, and engagement. Our students directly benefit from the outstanding work of the faculty in the School of Education as they are frequently included in collaborative research projects and engagement activities. Faculty in the School of Education are committed to intellectual and professional engagement, and the output of their research endeavors can be found in well-known and well-respected peer-reviewed journals, as well as in scholarly monographs, textbooks and text supplements, and conference proceedings publications and presentations. The publications listed below (published in the last five years) constitute a sample of the scholarly innovations developed by faculty in the School of Education. They evidence our collective commitment to engagement, innovation and impact.

Baker, K. (2020). The nuts and bolts, literally. In J. Warner and K. Glazier (Eds.) Failure before success: Teachers describe what they learned from mistakes. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

Baker, K., Fede, B., & Pennel, S. (2020). What does it mean to be equal? In S. Wooley and L. Airton (Eds.) Gender diversity curriculum. Toronto, ON: Canadian Scholars Press.

Baker, K., Morrison, S., Torretti, R. & Cisernos, M. (2019, November). Numbers and Nature: Exploring Math Outside. North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Conference, Greensboro, NC.

Humphries, A., Baker, K. & Bordeaux, S. (2019, November). A Lesson Plan is Not Lesson Planning. North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Conference, Greensboro, NC.

Baker, K. & Hone, E. (2019, October). Unpacking Programmatic edTPA Feedback for Integration in Methods Coursework. North Carolina Association of College Teachers Educators Fall Forum, Raleigh, NC.

Morrison, S. & Baker, K. (2019, October). Heuristic: Teaching and Learning Outside. North American Association for Environmental Education 16th Annual Research Symposium, Lexington, KY

Baker, K. & Morrison, S. (2019, August). Teaching and Learning Math Outside. Math and Science Summit, Raleigh, NC.

Morrison, S. & Baker, K. (2019, August). Teaching and Learning Math Outside. North Carolina State University Summer Garden Institute, Concord, NC.

Jacobs, V. R., Empson, S. B., Jessup, N. A. & Baker, K. (2019, February). Follow-up Conversations: Inside or Outside of Children’s Strategy Details? 46th Annual Meeting of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning, Charlotte, NC

Jacobs, V. R., Empson, S. B., Jessup, N. A. & Baker, K. (2019). Follow-up conversations: Inside or outside of children’s strategy details? In Redmond-Sanogo, A. and Cribbs, J. (Eds.). Proceedings of the 46th Annual Meeting of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning (pp. 148–155). Charlotte, NC

Baker, K. & Smithey, M. (2018, November). Reflection to Action. North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Conference, Greensboro, NC.

Baker, K. & Bordeaux, S. (2018). NC2ML Research Brief: Promoting student discussions with the talk moves. Retrieved from https://www.nc2ml.org/k-5-teachers/

Baker, K. & Hone, E. (2018). NC2ML Research Brief: The limitations of keyword strategies and the power of sensemaking strategies. Retrieved from https://www.nc2ml.org/k-5-teachers/

Baker, K. (2018). How group hires help prevent teacher burnout. ASCD Express 13(20). Retrieved from http://www.ascd.org/ascd-express/vol13/1320-baker.aspx

Baker, K. (2018, August). Building the Bridges Between Science and Math. Math and Science Summit, Raleigh, NC.

Baker, K. (2018, April). Supporting Prospective Teachers’ Engagement with Student Thinking About Fractions. National Council of Teacher of Mathematics Research Conference, Washington, D.C.

Baker, K. (2018, January). Unpacking Productive Struggle in Math and How to Support It. Community Education Series, The Hill Center, Durham, NC

Barnatt, J., D’Souza, L., Gleason, A.M., Viesca, K, Wery, J. (accepted for publication November, 2019). Intercultural competence in pre-service teacher preparation. The International Journal of Educational Reform.

D’Souza, L., Gleeson., AM., Barnatt, J., (November, 2019) Developing Global Educators: Intercultural Competence as Agency. NCSS International Assembly, Austin, TX.

Barnatt, J., D’Souza L., Gleeson, A.M., Viesca, K. (May, 2019). Pragmatics in practice: International teachers unlocking the rules of dialogue. New England Education Research Organization Annual Meeting. Portsmouth, NH.

Barnatt, J. (2019). Professional Development for Supporting Multilingual Learners. International Consortium for Multilingual Excellence in Education. eWorkshop, Modules 1-6. Currently in Beta Testing

D’Souza L., Barnatt, J., Gleeson, A.M., Viesca, K. (May, 2018). Does the first-year matter? Cultural intelligence and the classroom experience. New England Educational Research Organization Annual Meeting, Portsmouth, NH.

Barnatt, J. (2018). Partnering with Families of Multilingual Learners: International Consortium for Multilingual Excellence in Education. eWorkshop, Modules 1-6.

Barnatt, J. (February, 2018). Cultural Competence in Teacher Education: Ready to Teach the World? National Association for Bilingual Educators. Joan Barnatt Page 7

Barnatt, J. (February, 2018). ICMEE eWorkshops for Teachers. National Association for Bilingual Educators.

Byrd, E. S. (Sep. 30, 2019). Compassion Fatigue and Special Education. NC-ACTE: Teacher Educator Forum, Raleigh, NC.

Byrd, E. S. (Jan. 24, 2019). Compassion Fatigue and Special Education. NC-CEC Conference Wilmington, NC.

Byrd, E. S. (July 19, 2018). Special Education, Inclusion, Livelong Learning. Peacehaven Community Farm Summer Series. Gibsonville, NC.

Magolda, P. M., Baxter Magolda, M. B., Carducci, R. (Eds.). (2019). Contested issues for troubled times: Student affairs dialogues on equity, civility, and safety. Sterling, VA: Stylus.

Carducci. R., Johnson, R. B., McElderry, J. A., Smithers, L. E. (2019, November). Contested issues in troubled times: Student affairs dialogues across difference. Presentation at the Southern Association of College Student Affairs Conference, Raleigh, NC.

Carducci, R. (2019, September). Contested issues in student affairs. Invited presentation at the UNC Greensboro Careers in Student Affairs Conference, Greensboro, NC.

Carducci, R. (2019, May). Critical whiteness studies within U.S. higher education research. Paper presented at the International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Urbana, IL.

Carducci, R., Johnson, R. B., VanHecke, J. (2019, March). Contested issues in troubled times: Student affairs dialogues across difference. Presentation at the ACPA Annual Conference, Boston, MA.

Carducci, R. (2018, May). Traditional approaches to examining critical questions: A methodological analysis of higher education leadership research. Paper presented at the International Congress  of Qualitative Inquiry, Urbana, IL.

Carducci, R., Hoffman, J., Marine, S., Wiles, L. (2018, March). Using professional competencies to improve student affairs practice. Presentation at the NASPA Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Carpenter, J.P., & Harvey, S. (2019). “There’s no referee on social media”: Challenges in educator professional social media use. Teaching and Teacher Education, 86.

Carpenter, J.P., & Linton, J. N. (2018). Educators’ perspectives on the impact of Edcamp unconference professional learning. Teaching and Teacher Education, 73, 56-69.

Carpenter, J.P., & Morrison, S.A. (2018). Enhancing teacher education … with Twitter? Phi Delta Kappan. 100(1), 25-28. Kimmons, R., Carpenter, J. P., Veletsianos, G., & Krutka, D. G. (2018). Mining social media divides: An analysis of K-12 U.S. school uses of Twitter. Learning, Media & Techology, 43(3), 307-325.

Clausen, J., Finsness, E., Borthwick, A., Graziano, K., Carpenter, J.P., & Herring, M. (2019). TPACK leadership diagnostic tool: Adoption and implementation by teacher education leaders. Journal of Digital

Hashim, A., & Carpenter, J.P. (2019). A conceptual framework of teacher motivation for social media use. Teachers College Record, 121(14).

Learning in Teacher Education, 35(1), 54-72. Carpenter, J.P., Kimmons, R., Short, C.R., Clements, K., Staples, M.E. (2019) Teacher identity and crossing the professional-personal divide on Twitter. Teaching and Teacher Education, 81, 1-12.

Trust, T., Carpenter, J. P., & Krutka, D. G., (2018). Leading by learning: Exploring the professional learning networks of instructional leaders. Educational Media International, 55(2), 137-152. Carpenter, J.P., & MacFarlane, M. (2018). Educator perceptions of district-mandated Edcamp unconferences. Teaching and Teacher Education, 75, 71-82.

Enfield, M. & Hamel, J. (2019)Elon Explorers – Citizen science meets multimedia communication. North Carolina Science Teachers Association. Winston-Salem, NC.

Enfield, M. (2019) Gaining Voice to Give Voice to STEM Explorers. In J. Settlage & A. Johnston (Eds.), Proceedings of the Science Education at the Crossroads Conference.

Enfield, M. (2019) Gaining Voice to Give Voice to STEM Explorers. Science Education at the Crossroads Conference. Montgomery, AL.

Enfield, M. Montgomery, AL. [Available online at https://sciedxroads.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Montgomery-XRoads-Final-Program.pdf]

Enfield, M. (2018) Authenticity through alternative practicums: What can be known? In J. Settlage & A. Johnston (Eds.), Proceedings of the Science Education at the Crossroads

Enfield, M. (2018) Authenticity through alternative practicums: What can be known? Science Education at the Crossroads Conference. Alta, UT.

Enfield, M. (2018) Authenticity, Coteaching, and Reflexivity: Frameworks for aiming higher in elementary science teacher education. Educators Rising. Orlando, FL

Enfield, M. (2018) STEAMing up after-school science: Promoting girls’ science identity development. New Perspectives in Science Education. 7 th Edition. Florence, Italy. ISBN: 978-88-6292-976-9

Enfield, M. (2018) STEAMing up after-school science: Promoting girls’ science identity development. New Perspectives in Science Education. Florence, Italy.

Enfield, M. with Rosenthal, S. (2018) Taking science home: Reflexivity on becoming a teacher insider in an after-school science program. Leiden: Brill/Sense Publishers.

Enfield, M., Cody, C., Emmelot, M., Marzullo, D., Mutascio, E. O’Niel, K., Pippert, E., Wrin, A. (2018). Alternative Practicums: A Freefall or Controlled Descent? North Carolina Association for Colleges of Teacher Education. Raleigh, NC.

Enfield, M. Conference. Alta, UT. [Available online at http://sciedxroads.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/Alta-2018-XRoads.pdf ]

Knight-McKenna, M., & Hollingsworth, H. (2019, November 11-13). Coaching families for infant language stimulation. Virtual session presented via paper. In L. Gómez Chova, A. López Martínez, & I. Candel Torres (Eds.), ICERI2019 Proceedings, 12th International Conference of Education, Research, and Innovation (pp. 9319-9322). Seville, Spain, November 11-13: IATED Academy.

Hollingsworth, H., Knight-McKenna, M., & Wade, P. (2019, November 11). Preparing early childhood teacher candidates for advocacy roles. Conference session presented at the Critical Questions in Education (CQiE) Symposium, Chicago, IL, November 11-12.

Knight-McKenna, M., Hollingsworth, H. L., & *Ammerman, N. (2019). Fostering partnerships with families: Academic service-learning in the Little Village. Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education, 40(2), 57-73. doi:10.1080/10901027.2018.1514338

Knight-McKenna, M., & Hollingsworth, H. (2018, November 5). Innovative technology and coaching to support family interactions. Poster presented at the North Carolina Infant/Young Child Mental Health Association 7th Annual Conference and Meeting, Greensboro, NC, November 5.

Knight-McKenna, M., & Hollingsworth, H. (2018, October 24). Supporting families with innovative technology and coaching sessions for infants’ language development. Poster presented at the Division for Early Childhood (DEC) of the Council for Exceptional Children 34th Annual International Conference on Young Children with Special Needs and Their Families, Orlando, FL, October 23-26.

Knight-McKenna, M., & Hollingsworth, H. (2018, April 24). Teacher candidates partner with families: Service-learning in the Little Village. Poster presented at the Spring Undergraduate Research Forum (SURF), Elon, NC, April 24.

Hollingsworth, H., & Knight-McKenna, M. (2018, February 14). Academic service learning as a context for addressing university students’ math anxiety. Conference session presented at the Pathways to Achieving Civic Engagement (PACE) Conference, Elon, NC, February 14.

Hollingsworth, H. L., & Knight-McKenna, M. (2018). “I am now confident”: Academic service-learning as a context for addressing math anxiety in preservice teachers. Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education, 39(4), 312-327. doi:10.1080/10901027.2018.1514337

Winter, M. & Hone, E. Diversity Infusion in the Elementary Education Methods Courses poster presentation. Tobe presented at the Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI. January 2020.

Hone, E., *Malachowski, M., & *Knapke, P. Do Gritty Teachers Create Grittier Students? To be presented at the NC Association of Elementary Educators Conference, Raleigh, NC, January 2020.

Baker, K. & Hone, E. (2018). NC2ML Research Brief: The limitations of keyword strategies and the power of sensemaking strategies. Retrieved from https://www.nc2ml.org/k-5-teachers/

Hone, E. & **Kearns, M. The Missing Link: Connecting Representations. Presented at the North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics Conference, Greensboro, NC. November 2019.

Baker, K. & Hone, E. Unpacking Programmatic edTPA Feedback for Integration in Methods Coursework. Presented at the North Carolina Association for Colleges and Teacher Educators, Raleigh, NC. October 2019.

Hone, E. Shifting our Perspective on Math Teaching and Learning. Presented to America Reads tutors, Elon University. September 2019.

Hone, E. & Winter, M. Infusing Diversity in Elementary Education Methods Courses. Presented at Elon University’s CELEBRATE! Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Showcase. May 2019.

Kearns, M. & Hone, E. Elementary Teachers’ Math Anxiety and Implications for Self-Evaluation. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Research Conference, San Diego, CA. April 2019.

Hone, E. Guided Math. Presented to Newlin Elementary faculty, Alamance Burlington School System, March 2019.

Hone, E. Shifting our Perspective on Math Teaching and Learning. Presented to Newlin Elementary faculty, Alamance Burlington School System, January 2019 and February 2019.

Hone, E. & Barnes, L. Building a CGI Classroom and Why It Matters. North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics Conference, Greensboro, NC. November 2018.

Kearns, M. & Hone, E. Math-itudes. Are We Making Math Scary? North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics Conference, Greensboro, NC. November 2018.

Hone, E. Shifts in Mathematics Teaching & Learning. Presented to Hillcrest Elementary families, Alamance Burlington School System. April 2018.

Hone, E. Kids Get It, Why Don’t We? The Anatomy of True Learning. Elon Fellows Weekend Seminar, March 2018.

Hone, E. Math Strategies for Building a Growth Mindset. Presented to America Reads tutors, Elon University. February 2018.

Winter, M. & Hone, E. Utilizing Literacy to Support Effective Math Instruction. North Carolina Reading Conference, Raleigh, NC. March 2018.

Hollingsworth, H., Knight-McKenna, M., Wade, P. (2019, November). Preparing early childhood teacher candidates for advocacy roles. Critical Questions in Education Symposium, Chicago, IL.

Knight-McKenna, M. & Hollingsworth, H. (2019, November). Coaching families for infant language stimulation. Virtual conference presentation at 12th  annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, Seville, Spain.

Knight-McKenna, M., & Hollingsworth, H. (2019). Coaching families for language stimulation. International Conference of Education, Research, and Innovation Proceedings, 9319-9322.

Knight-McKenna, M., Hollingsworth, H. L., & Ammerman, N. (2019). Fostering partnerships with families: Academic service-learning in the Little Village. Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education, 40(2), 57-73.

Hollingsworth, H. L., Knight-McKenna, M., & Esposito, J. (submitted 2019). Family and coach responses to a program for fostering infant language. Infants and Young Children (under review).

Knight-McKenna, M., Hollingsworth, H. L., & Esposito, J. (submitted 2019). Infant language stimulation: A mixed-methods study of low-income families’ preference for anduse of ten strategies. Early Child Development and Care (under review).

Knight-McKenna, M., Hollingsworth, H. L., & Esposito, J. (submitted 2019). Strong Beginnings for Babies: Families’ language stimulation of Infants from low-income backgrounds. Journal of Children and Poverty (under review).

Knight-McKenna, M., & Hollingsworth, H. (2018, November). Innovative technology and coaching to support family interactions. Poster presented at the North Carolina Infant/Young Child Mental Health Association 7 th Annual Conference and Meeting, Greensboro, NC, November 5.

Knight-McKenna, M., & Hollingsworth, H. (2018, October). Supporting families with innovative technology and coaching sessions for infants’ language development. Poster presented at the Division for Early Childhood (DEC) of the Council for Exceptional Children 34th Annual International Conference on Young Children with Special Needs and Their Families, Orlando, FL.

Hollingsworth, H., & Knight-McKenna, M. (2018, February). Academic service learning as a context for addressing university students’ math anxiety. Conference session presented at the Pathways to Achieving Civic Engagement (PACE) Conference, Elon, NC.

Hollingsworth, H. L., & Knight-McKenna, M. (2018). “I am now confident”: Academic service-learning as a context for addressing math anxiety in preservice teachers. Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education, 39(4), 312-327.

Lane, D. (June 2019) Redefining Inclusion: Policies Guiding Inclusion in a Special School. DISES International Conference

Lane, D., Blank J. & Jones, P. (2019) Research with Children: Context, Power, and Representation. The Qualitative Report.

Semon, S., Lane, D., Jones, P., & Smith, S., (2019). Shifting practice: Views on research-based instructional practices in inclusive settings and the need for a discussion about pedagogy. (Submitted December 16, 2019 to Preventing School Failure).

Semon, S., Lane, D., Smith, S., & Jones, P., (2019). Job-embedded professional development: Implementing collaborative practices in general education classrooms. (Submitted November 21, 2019 to Special Issue of International Journal of Inclusive Education)

Nowosiadlo, D. & Jones, M. (February 2018) Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners: Universal Design for Learning and Technology. CEC

Miller Dyce, C. Propst, B.( March 2019) Care Justice: Examining the Self Care Practices of Social Justice and Diversity Educators. Presented at the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators. Los Angeles, CA.

Miller Dyce, C. & Jean, T. (2019). Advancing Equity, Diversity & inclusion Efforts: A Critical Partnership Between Academic and Student Affairs. Present at the National Conference on Race and Ethnicity, (NCORE). Portland, Oregon.

Miller Dyce, C. & Jean, T. (2019). Developing Intercultural Competence: An Intercultural Learning Certificate Program. Present at the National Conference on Race and Ethnicity (NCORE). Portland, Oregon.

Miller Dyce, C. (2019). Building Family-Staff Relationships. Presented to mentors at YWCA, Greensboro, NC.

Miller Dyce, C. Fullwood, C. Propst B. & Chiles, P. (2019) Sista Talk: Black Women Creating Critical Community in the Academy. Presented at Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Conference, North Carolina Central University, Durham, NC.

Miller Dyce, Propst, B. Fullwood, C. (2019). Can I get a Witness? Self-Care Plans as an Act of Radical Social Justice. Presented at the American Educational Studies Association (AESA) Annual Conference, Baltimore, Maryland. Peer Reviewed

Propst, B & Miller Dyce, C. (2019). Care Justice: Examining the Self Care Practices of Social Justice & Diversity Educators. Presented at Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Conference, North Carolina Central University, Durham, NC.

Miller Dyce, C & Tyrone Jean (2018). The Rose is Pretty but the Thorns Hurt: Understanding Power, Privilege, Prejudice, and Oppression in Moving From Minimization to Acceptance. Presented to the Kernodle Center for Civic Life. Elon, NC.

Morrison, S. (forthcoming). War and the environment: What silence teaches. In B. Gibbs (Ed.), On the teaching of war: Arguments for a critical lens.

Morrison, S. “Core Routines for Teaching and Learning Outside.” Professional development session for teachers at Eastlawn Elementary on September 24, 2019.

Morrison, S. “Successful Strategies for Outdoor Classroom Management and Curriculum Connections.” Invited workshop (with Dr. Katie Baker) for educators in NC attending the School Garden Summer Institute at the NC State Plants for Human Health Institute on August 15, 2019.

Morrison, S. “Assessing Student Learning.” Invited presentation for teachers at Student U on June 13, 2019.

Morrison, S. “Engaging Students.” Invited presentation for teachers at Student U on June 12, 2019.

Morrison, S. “Lesson Planning.” Invited presentation for teachers at Student U on June 11, 2019.

Morrison, S. “Let’s Take it Outside.” Professional development session for teachers in Alamance-Burlington School System on February 6, 2019.

Morrison, S. “Teaching and Learning Math Outside.” Workshop for educators in NC on September 27, 2019.

Morrison, S. “Teaching and Learning Math Outside.” Workshop for educators in NC on February 22, 2019.

Baker, K., & Morrison, S. (2019). Teaching and Learning Math Outside. Math Summit. Raleigh, NC.

Baker, K., Morrison, S., Cisneros, M. ’19, & Torretti, R. ’20. (2019). Numbers and Nature: Teaching and Learning Math Outside. North Carolina Council for Teachers of Mathematics Conference. Greensboro, NC.

Carpenter, J., Morrison, S., Craft, M. ’20, & Lee, M. ’20. (2019). Exploring How and Why Educators Use Instagram. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA.

Carpenter, J., Morrison, S., Craft, M. ’20, & Lee, M. ’20. (2019). Exploring How and Why Educators Use Instagram. North Carolina Association for Colleges of Teacher Education Conference. Raleigh, NC.

Carpenter, J., Rosenberg, J. M., Dousay, T. A., Romero-Hall, E., Trust, T., Kessler, A., Phillips, M., Morrison, S., Fischer, C., & Krutka, D. (2019). What Do Teacher Educators Think of Teacher Education Technology Competencies? Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education Conference. Las Vegas, NV.

Carpenter, J., Tani, T., Morrison, S., & Keane, J. (2019). Exploring Twitter Hashtags as Professional Spaces for Educators. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. Toronto, CN.

Decker, A. ‘21, & Morrison, S. (2019). “Free to Breathe”: Situated Decoding of Gender in Nature-Based Education. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA.

Decker, A. ’21, & Morrison, S. (2019). “Free to Breathe”: Searching for Situated Decoding of Gender in Nature-Based Education. North American Association for Environmental Education Research Symposium. Lexington, KY.

Hunnicutt, N. ‘19, & Morrison. S. (2019). Beyond Interconnected Sustainability Education: A Case Study of Green Schools of Excellence in North Carolina. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. Toronto, CN.

Morrison, S. (2019). Climate Change in the Social Studies Classroom. National Council for Social Studies Conference. Austin, TX.

Morrison, S. (2019). Disrupting Nature Deficit Disorder at School: Developing a Framework for Teaching Outside. Children & Nature Network Conference. Oakland, CA.

Morrison, S. (2019). Using Instagram in the Social Studies Classroom. National Council for Social Studies Conference. Austin, TX.

Morrison, S., & Baker, K. (2019). Taking Wild Pedagogies to School: Toward a Heuristic for Teaching and Learning Outside. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA.

Morrison, S., & Baker, K. (2019). Toward a Heuristic for Teaching and Learning Outside. North American Association for Environmental Education Research Symposium. Lexington, KY.

Morrison, S., & Caleira, R. ’20. (2019). Lessons from Forest Schools: Integrating Nature into Your Core Routines. North Carolina Association for the Education of Young Children. Raleigh, NC.

Morrison, S., & Morrison, A. (2019). #GetOutside: Co-Teaching with/in Nature. Peaceful Schools North Carolina Conference. Durham, NC.

Morrison, S., & Morrison, A. (2019). Lessons from Forest Schools: Teaching and Learning Outside. Progressive Education Network Conference. Minneapolis, MN.

Ruvolo, A. ’20, & Morrison, S. (2019). “It gives us no real help”: Examining Students’ Perceptions of Social Studies. College and University Faculty Assembly Conference. Austin, TX.

Ruvolo, A. ’20, Morrison, S., & Alvis, R. (2019). Fostering Political Engagement Through Place-Based Inquiry. National Council for Social Studies Conference. Austin, TX.

Walter, M. ’20, & Morrison, S. (2019). Examining the Social-Emotional Effects of School Gardens. North American Association for Environmental Education Research Symposium. Lexington, KY.

Williams, D., Williams Ridge, S., & Morrison, S. (2019). Expanding the Research on Garden- Based Education: Culture and Teacher Voices. North American Association for Environmental Education Research Symposium. Lexington, KY.

Morrison, S. “Introduction to Forest Schooling.” Workshop for educators in NC on November 18, 2018.

Morrison, S. “Teaching Outside.” Invited presentation for science teachers at Graham High School on August 1, 2018.

Morrison, S. “Assessing Student Learning.” Invited presentation for teachers at Student U on June 7, 2018.

Morrison, S. “Engaging Students.” Invited presentation for teachers at Student U on June 6, 2018.

Morrison, S. “Lesson Planning.” Invited presentation for teachers at Student U on June 5, 2018.

Morrison, S. “Classroom Culture and Curriculum Development for Teaching Outside.” Professional development session (with Anna Morrison) for teachers at Eastlawn Elementary School on March 20, 2018.

Morrison, S. (2018). What are We Doing Inside? Teacher Education in the Woods. North American Association for Environmental Education Research Symposium. Spokane, WA.

Morrison, S. A. (2018). Everyday environmental education: Five practices of ecologically minded teachers. Environmental Education Research, 24(11), 1527 – 1545. https://doi.org/10.1080/13504622.2018.1496227

Morrison, S. A. (2018). Reframing Westernized culture: Insights from a Critical Friends Group on EcoJustice education. Environmental Education Research, 24(1), 111 – 128.

Carpenter, J. P., & Morrison, S. A. (2018). Enhancing teacher education… with Twitter? Phi Delta Kappan, 100(1), 25 – 28.

Carpenter, J., & Morrison, S. (2018). Expanding Professional Learning Networks through an Institutional Twitter Hashtag. Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education Conference. Washington, DC.

Carpenter, J., Haq, S., Morrison, S., & Patch, P. (2018). Unicorns or Digital Natives? Which are You More Likely to Encounter? Teaching & Learning Conference. Elon, NC.

Carpenter, J., Tani, T., Morrison, S., & Keane, J. (2018). Exploring the Education Twitter Hashtag Landscape. Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education Conference. Washington, DC.

Cisneros, M. ‘19, & Morrison, S. (2018). Numbers are Everywhere: Examining the Effects of Teaching Math Outside. North American Association for Environmental Education Research Symposium. Spokane, WA.

Friedman, S. ‘18 & Morrison, S., & Wery, J. (2018). Investigating the Effects of Outdoor Learning Environments on Students with Autism. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. New York, NY.

Hunnicutt, N. ‘19, & Morrison, S. (2018). Toward Interconnected Sustainability Education: A Case Study of North Carolina Green Schools. North American Association for Environmental Education Research Symposium. Spokane, WA.

Morrison, S. (2018). #TechTools for Global Engagement. World View Symposium. Chapel Hill, NC.

Sutherland, S., Stuhr, P.T., Ressler, J, Smith, C. & Wiggin, A. (2019). A model for group processing in cooperative learning. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, 90:3, 22-26. Can be found online at: https://doi.org/10.1080/07303084.2019.1559676

Smith, C.A. Thomas, E.M. & Hollander, R.D (Submitted 18 November 2019). The effects of adventure programs on  mental health. Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education, and Leadership

Smith, C.A. (24-25 October, 2019). Examining grit in first year adventure students. Research poster presented at NCAAHPERD-SM Annual Conference, Winston-Salem, NC.

Smith, C.A. & Small, E.N. (15 August 2019). Reflective practice in experiential education, an introduction. TLC 19 Teaching & Learning Conference “Cultivating Curiosity”, Elon, NC

Smith, C.A. (11 April 2019). Remove social media: Enhancing interpersonal connections through experiential experiences. Research Quarterly For Exercise & Sport, 90 (1), A138, Supplement. Can be found online at: https://doi.org/10.1 080/02701367.2019.1603010

Smith, C.A. (9-13 April 2019). Remove social media: Enhancing inter-personal connections through experiential experiences. SHAPE America/Research Consortium (RC) Annual Convention, Tampa, FL

Sutherland, S.L, Wiggin, A.S., Oh. D., Smith, C.A, & Ressler, J.D. (9-13 April 2019). Fostering social and emotional learning through adventure-based learning. SHAPE America Annual Convention, Tampa, FL

Small, E.N. & Smith, C.A. (14-15 February 2019). Introduction to experiential education and reflective practice. WISE (Workshop on Intercultural Skills Enhancement) Annual Conference (Wake Forest University), Winston-Salem, NC.

Maljak, K., Ball, J. & Thomas, E.M., Albrecht, C. & Hilton, C. A Qualitative Assessment of Physical Education Teaching Strategies for Female Students Guided by Self Determination Theory. Accepted for oral presentation at SHAPE America National Conference Salt Lake City, UT, March 2020.

Thomas, E.M., McCaughtry, N., Martin, J., Fahlman, M., & Kulik, N. Measuring Physical Activity Culture and Basic Needs in the Workplace. Presented at Society of Behavioral Medicine National Conference, Washington D.C., March 2019.

Kulik, N., Thomas, E. M., Fahlman, M. M., Garn, A. C., Centeio, E. E., Somers, C. L., & McCaughtry, N. (2019). Dietary self-efficacy and dietary intake by race/ethnicity among elementary school children. Health Education Journal, 0017896918824138.

Thomas, E.M., Centeio, E., Kulik, N. & McCaughtry, N. Influence of School Intervention on Parent’s Physical Activity Perceptions, Support and Behavior. Presented at Society of Behavioral Medicine National Conference, New Orleans, LA, April 2018.

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