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Journal ArticlesBook ChaptersConference Presentations Awards 

Journal Articles

Karl Martin, Ph.D. (Curriculum and Instruction)

Joe Clark (PhD Student: Educational Administration - K-12 Leadership)

  • Clark, J.P., & Thomas, S.B. (2009). Educator background checks: From law to practice. West's Education Law Reporter, 239(2), 315-332.

Amanda Espenschied-Reilly (PhD Student: Educational Administration - Higher Education)

Mike Hollenbaugh (PhD student: Educational Administration - Higher Education)

  • Hollenbaugh, M. (2010) The phenomenon of regionally-accredited for-profit institutions: A case for change. Journal of Student Affairs, 19.

Andy Hostetler (PhD student: Curriculum and Instruction)

  • Hostetler, A. L., (2011). The influence of teacher decision-making on purposeful use of blogs and discussion boards in social studies education. Social Education.
  • Hostetler, A.L. (2009). Democratic citizenship in a global society: Purposeful use of technology in social studies classrooms. The Ohio Social Studies Review, 45(1), 51-58.


Book Chapters

Andy Hostetler (PhD student: Curriculum and Instruction)

  • Hawley, T. S., Crowe, A. R., Knapp, K. A., Hostetler, A. L., Ashkettle, B. A., & Levicky, M. (2010). I love it when a plan comes together: Collaborative self-study in graduate school as a space to reframe thinking about social studies teaching and teacher education. (Hawley 30%, Crowe 20%, Knapp, 12.5%, Hostetler 12.5%, Ashkettle, 12.5%, Levicky, 12.5%) In A. R. Crowe (Ed.), Advancing Social Studies Education through Self-Study Methodology: The Power, Promise, and Use of Self-Study in Social Studies Education (177-196). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.
  • Hostetler, A.L. (2010). Self-study’s influence on graduate studies and social studies teaching: Bridging intent and action. In A. R. Crowe (Ed.), Advancing Social Studies Education through Self-Study Methodology: The Power, Promise, and Use of Self-Study in Social Studies Education (139-156). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.


Conference Presentation

Vanessa Earp (PhD Student: Educational Administration - Higher Education)

  • Earp, V. (2010) A bibliometric analysis of the Journal of Higher Education, 1998-2008. Accepted for the AERA 2010 Division D, In-Progress Research Gala.

Rhonda Filipan (PhD Student: Educational Administration - Higher Education)

  • Rhonda was invited to attend the Narrative Research SIG Doctoral Student Seminar at AERA conference in Denver, CO (April 2010).

Andy Hostetler (PhD student: Curriculum and Instruction)

  • Ashkettle, B.A. &  Hostetler, A.L. (2010). Blogging with students. Annual Conference of the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS), Denver, CO., November, 2010. 
  • Hawley, T. S., Crowe, A. R., Knapp, K. A., Hostetler, A. L., Ashkettle, B., & Levicky, M. (2010). Another type of teacher education: Collaborative self-study and the education of experienced teachers. Accepted for the proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices. (Hawley 45%, Crowe 45%, Knapp, 2.5%, Hostetler, 2.5%, Ashkettle, 2.5%, Levicky, 2.5%).
  • Hawley, T. S., Crowe, A. R., Knapp, K. A., Hostetler, A. L., Ashkettle, B., & Levicky, M. (2010, August). Another type of teacher education: Collaborative self-study and the education of experienced teachers. Eighth International Conference on Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices, Herstmonceux Castle, East Sussex, England.
  • Hostetler. A.L. (accepted). Democracy and Critical Reflection: Reframing the Evolution of Critically Reflective Practice. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), New Orleans, LA., April, 2011. Type: National Refereed
  • Hostetler, A.L., Ashkettle, B.A., & Crowe, A.C. (2010). Online Discussion as Democratic Experience: A Phenomenological Study of Blogging with Students. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the College and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA) of NCSS, Denver, CO., November, 2010.
  • James, J.J., Hostetler, A.L., Kobe, J., & Pifel, D. (2010). Collaborative self-study as democratic practice. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the College and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA) of NCSS, Denver, CO., November, 2010.
  • Pifel, D. & Hostetler, A.L. (2010). Spandex and Civics: What Can Captain America Teach Us About History? Presented at the Annual Conference of the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS), Denver, CO., November, 2010.
  • Pifel, D. & Hostetler, A.L. (2010). Promoting Agency as a First Step Toward Democratic Citizenship in Social Education. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of Curriculum and Pedagogy, Akron, OH., October 22, 2010.

Patrick Jackson (PhD Student: Educational Administration - Higher Education)

  • Co-presented,"Knocked up, but not knocked down: Campus collaboration to support student parents in their multiple roles," at NACADA Annual Conference and KASADA in 2010, in collaboration with Virginia Jackson and Allyson Himmelright, Academic Advisers at the University of Akron.

Casey Myers (PhD Student: Curriculum & Instruction)

  • Barbour, N., Kroeger, J., & Myers, C. (2010). The Voices of Fathers Over the Clamor of the Initiative. Annual Head Start National Research Conference, Washington, D.C. June 2010.
  • Kroeger, J., Myers, C., & Williams, S. (2010). Mentor & preservice teacher's voice: A critical altering of community engagement in high-poverty urban schooling. Annual Conference of the European Early Childhood Educational Research Association (EECERA). Birmingham, UK, September 2010.
  • Myers, C.Y., & Galizio, C. (2010). An interactive, multi-media classroom weblog: Expanding opportunities for reciprocal learning between families, teachers, and preschool authors. Reconceptualizing Early Childhood Education (RECE) Conference, Dalton, GA, October 2010.


Awards

Ryan Patti (PhD student: Educational Leadership K-12)

Jamie Reynolds (PhD student: Educational Administration - Higher Education)

  • Recipient of the NACADA Student Research Award in the "Doctoral Degree" category as part of the 2010 Annual Awards Program for Academic Advising.