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This is a list of journal articles, book chapters, and books authored or co-authored by HR&E faculty since the year 2000.

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Abbott, J. A. (2000). Blinking-out and Having the touch: Two fifth-grade boys talk about flow experiences in writing. Written Communication, 17(1), 53-92.


Abbott, J. A., & Faris, S. M. (2000). Integrating technology into preservice literacy instruction: A survey of elementary education students attitudes toward computers. Journal of Research on Computing in Education, 33(2), 149-161.


Abbott, J. A., & McCarthey, S. J. (2001). Contextual influences on first-grade students oral narratives. Journal of Literacy Research, 33(3), 389-421.


Adams, J. R. (2002). Rational emotive behavior therapy: A constructivist approach. Global Visions for Counseling Professionals, 6(1), 82-90.


Adams, J. R., & Hammer-Fink, L. (2008). Shy children: How can we intervene? Virginia Counseling Association Journal, 30, 36-42.


Adams, J. R., & Juhnke, G. A. (2001). Using the systems of care philosophy within counseling to promote human potential. Journal of Humanistic Counseling, Education & Development, Fall, 40(2), 225-231.


Adams, J. R., Benshoff, J., & Harrington, S. Y. (2007). An examination of referrals to the school counselor by race, gender, and family structure. Professional School Counseling, 10, 389-398.


Ahern, T. C. (2000). Will technology really change education? From blackboard to web. Teachers College Record, 103(1)136-138.


Ahern, T. C. (2002). Learning by design: Engineering the learned state. In N. Callaos & W. Lesso (Eds.), 6th World Multiconference in Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics (Vol. XX, pp. 308-313). Orlando, FL: International Institute of Informatics and Systemics.


Ahern, T. C., & Abbott, J. A. (2007). Providing feedback on student writing using annotation technology. In Pamela B. Richards (Ed.), Global issues in higher education (pp. 85-98). New York: Nova Science Publishers.


Ahern, T. C., & El-Hindi, A. (2000). Improving the instructional congruency of a computer-mediated small-group discussion: A case study in design and delivery. Journal of Research on Computing in Education, 32(3), 385-400.


Ahern, T. C., & Van Cleave, N. K. (2002). Utilizing open source and object oriented paradigms in instructional technology. In N. Callaos & W. Lesso (Eds.), 6th World Multiconference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics (Vol. XX, pp. 314-319). Orlando, FL: International Institute of Informatics and Systemics.


Ahern, T. C., Thomas, J. A., Tallent-Runnels, M. K., Lan, W., Cooper, S., Lu, X., et al. (2006). The effect of social grounding on collaboration in a computer mediated small group dicussion. The Internet and Higher Education, 9(1), 37-46.


Ahern, T.C. (2005). Using online annotation software to provide timely feedback in an introductory programming course. Proceedings of the Frontiers in Education Conference. (T2H pp.1-5), October.


Ahern, T.C. (2005). Work in progress - effect of instructional design and pair programming on student performance in an introductory programming course. Proceedings of the Frontiers in Education Conference, F3E, 11-12, October.


Ahern, T.C., & Abbott, J. A. (2007). Teaching the teachers: Effective forms of written feedback to help improve technical writing. Proceedings of the 37th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, 2007, T1A-6.


Ahern, T.C., & Van Cleave, N. K. (2002). The Mentor Project: From information to instruction. Proceedings of the Frontiers in Education Conference, F2E, 8-13.


Ahern, T.C., Van Cleave, N., & York, B. (2001). Open Protocols for Web-based Educational Materials. Proceedings of the Frontiers in Education Conference. (pp. F2C 8-13), Fall.


Allen, E. B., Walls, R. T., & Reilly, F. D. (2008). Effects of interactive instructional techniques in a web-based peripheral nervous system component for human anatomy. Medical Teacher, 30, 40-47.


Aloi, S. L. (2005). Best practices in linking planning and assessment. Assessment Update, 17(3), 4-6.


Aloi, S. L., Gardner, W. S., & Lusher, A. L. (2003). A framework for assessing general education outcomes within the majors. The Journal of General Education, 52(4), 237-252.


Aloi, S. L., Gardner, W. S., & Lusher, A. L. (2003). Guest Editors. Assessing general education outcomes within the majors. Special Issue: The Journal of General Education, 52(4).


Aloi, S.L., Green, A.S., & Jones, E.A. (2007). Creating a culture of assessment within West Virginia University's Student Affairs Division. Assessment Update, 19(2), 7-9.


Atkins, C. P. (2001). Understanding student clinicians interpersonal needs. The Clinical Supervisor, 20, 161-172.


Atkins, C. P. (2002). Power communication: Making an educated choice. The Clinical Supervisor, 21, 207-232.


Atkins, C. P. (2005). Communication Simplified! Whys, Whats & Hows. Boston, MA: Pearson Custom Publishing.


Atkins, C. P. (2005). Workbook Supplement to Communication Simplified! Boston, MA: PearsonCustom Publishing.


Atkins, C. P. (2007). Graduate SLP/Aud clinicians on counseling: Self-perceptions and awareness of boundaries. Contemporary Issues in Communication Science and Disorders, 34, 4-11.


Atkins, C. P. (2007). Student athletes speak out. DVD Series. Morgantown, WV: West Virginia University Television Productions.


Atkins, C. P. (2008). Great unexpectations: Lessons from the hearts of college athletes. Morgantown, WV: Morgantown Printing & Binding.


Atkins, C. P. (2008). Student athletes speak out. DVD Series. Volume II. Morgantown, WV: West Virginia University Television Productions.


Atkins, C. P. (2009). Communication Simplified! Whys, whats, & hows. Wyomissing, PA: Tapersty Press.


Atkins, C. P. (2009). Workbook supplement to Communication Simplified. Wyomissing, PA: Tapersty Press.


Bakker, K., Raphael, L. J., Myers, F. L., & St. Louis, K. O. (2011). A preliminary comparison of speech rate, self evaluation, and disfluency of people who speak exceptionally fast, clutter, or speak normally. In D. Ward & K. Scaler Scott (Eds.) Cluttering: Research, intervention and education. (pp. 45-65). East Sussex, UK: Psychology Press.


Bardwell, G., Hyde, J., Lewis, J., Morton-McSwain, C, Simoyi, P. & Rye, J. (2001). Teens take a healthy interest in their communities. ENC Focus, 8, 40-42.


Bean, R. M., & Swan Dagen, A. (2006). Vocabulary assessment: A key to planning vocabulary instruction. In J. Mangieri & C. Collins Block (Eds.), Vocabulary-enriched classroom: Practices for improving the reading performance of all students in grades 3 and up. New York: Scholastic.


Bean, R. M., Swan, A., & Knaub, R. (2003). Reading Specialists in schools with exemplary programs: Functional, versatile, and prepared. The Reading Teacher, 56(5), 446-455.


Berkeley, T. R., & Ludlow, B. L. (2008). Ethical dilemmas in rural special education: A call for a conversation about the ethics of practice. Rural Special Education Quarterly, 27(1/2), 3-9.


Browder, D. M., Ahlgrim-Delzell, L., Courtade, G., Gibbs, S. L., & Flowers, C. (2008). Evaluation of the effectiveness of an early literacy program for students with significant cognitive disabilities using group randomized trial research. Exceptional Children, 75, 33-52.


Browder, D. M., Gibbs, S. L., Ahlgrim-Delzell, L., Courtade, G., & Lee, A. (2007). Early literacy skills builder. Verona, WI: Attainment Company, Inc.


Browder, D., Ahlgrim-Delzell, L., Courtade-Little, G., & Snell, M. ( (2006). General curriculum access. In M. Snell & F. Brown (Eds.), Instruction of students with severe disabilities (6th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Merrill Prentice Hall.


Browder, D., Courtade-Little, G., Wakeman, S., & Rickelman, R. (2006). From sight words to emergent literacy. In D. Browder & F. Spooner (Eds.), Teaching Reading, Math, and Science to students with significant cognitive disabilities (pp. 68-93). Baltimore: MD: Paul H. Brookes.


Bulger, S. M., Mohr, D. J., & Walls, R. T. (2002). Stack the deck in favor of your students by using the Four Aces of Effective Teaching. Effective Teaching, 5(2) available from http://cte.uncwil.edu/et/articles.htm.


Burstein, J. H., Hutton, L. A., & Curtis, R. (2006). The state of social studies teaching in one urban district. Journal of Social Studies Research, 30(1), 15-21.


Calejo Prez, D. (2003). Middle class identity and education in Europe and America: A review. Teachers College Record Online, Fall.


Calejo Prez, D. (2004). Middle class education. Teachers College Record, 106(2), 347-354.


Calejo Prez, D. (2005). A school story: Integrating Belvedere school. Scholarly Practitioner Quarterly, 2(3), 53-70.


Callejo Prez, D. (2001). Southern hospitality: Black identity and the civil rights movement in the South. New York: Peter Lang Publishing.


Callejo Prez, D. (2003). Identity, literature, schools and race: Southern writers and literature as a metaphor for place. In D. Callejo Prez, S.M. Fain, & J.J. Slater. (Eds.)., Pedagogy of place: Understanding place as a social aspect of education. New York: Peter Lang Publishing.


Callejo Prez, D. (2003). Indonesian teens and post-colonial education. In J.J. Slater (Ed.), Teen Life in Asia. Wesport, CT: Greenwood Press.


Callejo Prez, D. (2005). Rethinking democracy in education: Is pacifism an American Act? In S.M. Fain, D. Callejo Prez, & J.J. Slater, Educating for democracy in a changing world: Understanding freedom in contemporary America. New York: Peter Lang Publishing.


Callejo Prez, D. (2005). Social Studies: Approaching high school history as racial text. Journal of Studies in Curriculum, Fall, (Brazil).


Callejo Prez, D. (2005). The spirituality of curriculum reform: Reclaiming teacher education. Taboo: A Journal of Cultural Studies in Education, 9(1), 73-80.


Callejo Prez, D. (2006). Baudolino sees Federick die twice: How curriculum must recover its spirit. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy , 3(1), 92-97.


Callejo Prez, D. (2006). Estudos sociais: Histria aproximando-se da secundaria como o texto racial (Social Studies: Approaching high school history as racial text). In A. Borba, C. Ferri, & V. Gesser (Eds.), Currculo e Avaliao: Investigao e aes (pp. 137-168). Editora: Univali, Itajai, SC.


Callejo Prez, D. (2006). Opening doors to re-imagining qualitative research. In P. L. Munhall (Ed.), Nursing research: A qualitative perspective (4th ed.), (Chapter 27, pp. 577-591). Boston, MA: Jones & Bartlett Publishers.


Callejo Prez, D. (2008). Consciousness and policy: Imagining professional education between past and future. In J. J. Slater, D. Callejo Prez, & S. M. Fain (Eds.), The war against the professions: The impact of politics and economics on the idea of the university (pp. 72-87). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers, LTD.


Callejo Prez, D. (2008). Curriculum, educational foundations, research and mis-Interpretation in the Doctoral work of teacher education. American Education History Journal, 35(1), 18-39. http://homepages.baylor.edu/wesley_null/aehj-american-educational-history-journal/


Callejo Prez, D. (2008). Life of a school: The policy of race and curriculum in an era of accountability. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.


Callejo Prez, D. M. (2008). Enacted curriculum and the search for identity: Angst and the Cuban search for meaning after the Cuban revolution. Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue, 10(1/2), 213-230.


Callejo Prez, D., & Toral, P. (2002). Comparative study of cultural conversation in educational policy among two ethnic minority groups of Spanish origins: Basques in Spain and Cubans in the United States. The International Journal of Social Education, 17(2), 1-30.


Callejo Prez, D., & Toral, P. (2005). A comparative study of cultural conservation among minority groups: The Basques and sustainable ethnicity in an age of globalization. In Education for Sustainability, from Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), Oxford, UK: UNESCO.


Callejo Prez, D., Fain, S. M., & Slater, J. J. (2006). Educating for democracy in a changing world: Understanding freedom in contemporary America. New York: Peter Lang Publishing.


Callejo Prez, D., Fain, S. M., & Slater, J. J. (Eds.) (2004). Pedagogy of place: Understanding place as a social aspect of education. New York: Peter Lang Publishing.


Chapman, P. E., Diaz, S. R., Moore, L. C., & Deering, P. R. (2009). Educational administration student perceptions of traditional vs. online delivery formats. Journal of Excellence in College Teaching, 20(2), 7-26.


Chapman, P., & Parks, D. (2000). A case study of the accreditation of a principal preparation program. National Forum of Educational Administration and Supervision Journal, 17(2), 31-41.


Chapman, P., & Parks, D. (2003). Cohort culture: Both sides now. National Forum of Educational Administration and Supervision Journal, 20(3), 63-69.


Chapman, P., & Parks, D. (2005). Extended doctoral programs: Evaluation criteria and student perceptions of the quality of a program. National Forum of Applied Educational Research Journal, 18(2), 42-62.


Collins, B. C., Hawkins, S., Keramidas, C. G., McLaren, E. M., Schuster, J. W., Slevin, B. N., & Spoelker, D. L. (2005). The effect of no child left behind on rural students with low incidence disabilities. Rural Special Education Quarterly, 24(1), 48-54.


Collins, B. C., Schuster, J. W., Ludlow, B. L., & Duff, M. C. (2002). Planning and delivery of online coursework in special education. Teacher Education and Special Education, 25(2), 171-186.


Conrad, C. F., & Johnson, J. E. (Eds.). (2008). College and university curriculum: Placing learning at the epicenter of courses, programs, and institutions (ASHE Reader Series, 2nd Ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson Custom Publishing.


Cottrell, S. A., & Jones, E. A. (2002). A snapshot of scholarship of teaching and learning initiatives: Using assessment results to improve student learning and development. Assessment Update, 14(3), 6-7.


Courtade, G. (2008). Blogs, wikis, podcasts, and other powerful web tools for classrooms: Book review. Journal of Special Education Technology, 23, 61-62.


Courtade, G., & Ludlow, B. (2008). Ethical issues in severe disabilities: Programming for students and preparation for teachers. Rural Special Education Quarterly, 27(1/2), 36-42.


Courtade, G., Jimenez, B., Trela, K., & Browder, D. M. (2008). Teaching to standards: Science. Verona, WI: Attainment Company, Inc.


Courtade-Little, G., & Browder, D. (2005). Aligning IEPs to academic standards for students with moderate and severe disabilities. Verona, WI: Attainment Company, Inc.


Courtney, A., & Haas, M. E. (2006). How is today's consumer affected by the use of media in advertising? A WebQuest. Social Studies Research and Practice, 1(2). www.socstrp.org/issues/viewarticle.cfm?volID=1&IssueID=2&ArticleID=20


Criss, M. M., Shaw, D. S., Moilanen, K. L., Hitchings, J. E., & Ingoldsby, E. M. (2009). Family and peer characteristics as predictors of child adjustment: A longitudinal analysis of additive and mediation models. Social Development, 18, 511-535.


Curtis, R. (2003). Preschooler's counting across contexts: Three predictions based on the mapping hypothesis. Research in the Schools, 10(2), 15-27.


Curtis, R. (2004). Analyzing students' conversations in "chat room" discussion groups. College Teaching, 52(4), 143-148.


Curtis, R. (2006). Teaching research methods online: Course development and comparison to traditional delivery. Journal of Instruction Delivery Systems, 20(2), 6-11.


Curtis, R., & Seymour, C. (2004). Louisiana heritage education program and heritage in the classroom: Children's attitudes toward cultural heritage. Journal of Social Studies Research, 28(2), 20-24.


Danczyk-Hawley, C. E., McMahon, B. T., & Reid, C. R. (2001). Progression of disability benefits: A barrier to independence for persons with neurological impairments. The Brain Injury Source, 5, 16-21.


Danczyk-Hawley, C. E., McMahon, B. T., & Flynn, B. (2002). Progression of disability benefits as a measure of disability management program effectiveness: Implications for future research. Journal of Rehabilitation Education, 15(3), 1019.


Danczyk-Hawley, C. E., McMahon, B. T., Reid, C., & Shaw, L. R. (2000). Rehabilitation counseling and education: Career-Counseling suggestions for the profession. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 14, 95-101.


Darling, W. T., Growick, B. S., & Kontosh, L. G. (2002). Transferable skills analysis in rehabilitation: A conundrum in algorithm and application. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 17, 217-224.


Deay, A. & Bontempo, B. (2000). Redefining ourselves for a peaceable world. The English Record, Winter.


Dempsey, V. (2003). If we dont watch where were going, we might not like where we go: School reform at the turn of the twenty-first century. Education Considerations, 30(2), 4-9.


Dempsey, V., & Cochrell, K. (2003). Growing from project to program: Building a case for solid and sustained partnership funding. In D. Clark (Ed.), Informing policy: A case book for discussion of ways to inform policymaking related to the simultaneous renewal of schools and the education of educators. Seattle, WA: The National Network for Educational Renewal NNER.


Dooley, E. A (2003). Increasing the number of ethnically diverse faculty in special education. Teacher Education and Special Education, 26(4), 264-272.


Dooley, E. A., & Bardwell, G. (2000). Mentors in medicine. The Science Teacher, 67(4), 36-39.


Dooley, E. A., & Dooley K. (2002). Legal foundations of special education for African American learners. In F.E. Obiakor & B. Ford (Eds.), Creating successful learning environments for African American learners with exceptionalities. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.


Dooley, E. A., & Toscano-Nixon, C. (2002). Community involvement in education. In F. Obiakor, P. Grant, & E. A. Dooley (Eds.), Educating all learners. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.


Dressman, M., & Abbott, J. A. (2001). Book review column: Reading the body. The New Advocate, 14(4), 419-429.


Dunn, P. L., & Kontosh, L. G. (2002). Understanding transferability and occupational classifications: Implications for vocational experts. Journal of Forensic Vocational Analysis, 5(1), 41-48.


Dunn, P. L., & Kontosh, L. G. (2003). Understanding transferability and occupational classifications: Implications for vocational rehabilitation. Journal of the Alabama Counseling Association, 29(2), 35-49.


Eck, R., Rye, J., Rye, S., Hylton, D., & Goodrich, D. (2005). Engineering and community partnerships to address physical activity concerns in rural West Virginia. Compendium of Technical Papers, 2005 Annual Meeting of the Institute of Transportation Engineers, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, August.


Edwards, S., & Chapman, P. E. (2009). Six pillars of dynamic schools. Alexandria, VA: Educational Research Services.


Eggerth, D., Bowles, S., Tunick, R., & Marsec, D. (2005). Convergent validity of Onet and Holland code classifications. Journal of Career Assessment, 13(2), 150-168.


Fain, S. M., Callejo Prez, D., & J. J. Slater (2005). Educating for democracy in a changing world: Understanding freedom in contemporary America. New York: Peter Lang Publishing.


Fielding, E. D., & Rawool, V. W. (2002). Acoustic reflex thresholds at varying click rates in children. Pediatric Oto Rhino Laryngology 63, 243-252.


Ford, J. A., Glenn, M. K., Li, L., & Moore, D. (2004). Substance abuse and women with disabilities. In S.L. Welner & F. Haseltine (Eds.), Welner's guide to the care of women with disabilities (pp. 315-332). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.


Foshay, J. D., & Ludlow, B. L. (2005). Implementing computer-mediated instructional supports. In M.C. Wehmeyer, D.C. Browder, & M. Agran (Eds.), Empirically-based strategies for teaching students with mental retardation and intellectual disabilities. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson/Merrill/Prentice.


Frain, M., & Kontosh, L. G. (2006). The ethical and professional practice of rehabilitation and career counseling. In L. Sperry (Ed.), The ethical and professional practice of counseling and psychotherapy (pp. 352-394). Boston: Allyn and Bacon.


Fraser, B., McMahon, B. T., Danczyk-Hawley, C. E. (2003). Progression of Disability Benefits: A perspective on Multiple Sclerosis. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 19(3), 173179.


Gamble, M., Dowler, D. L., & Hirsh, A. E. (2004). Informed decision making on workplace accommodations for people with visual impairments. Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment & Rehabilitation, 23, 123-130.


Gamble, M., Dowler, D., & Orslene, L. (2006). Assistive Technology: Choosing the right tool for the right job. Journal of Rehabilitation, 24, 73 - 80.


Gerson, L. W., Blanda, M., Dhingra, P., Davis, M. D., & Daz, S. R. (2001). Do elder emergency department patients and their informants agree about the elder's functioning? Academic Emergency Medicine, 8(7), 721-724.


Gitchel, D., Roessler, R.T., & Turner, R.C. (2011). Gender effect according to item directionality on the Perceived Stress Scale for adults with multiple sclerosis. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1177/0034355211404567.


Gitchel, D., Turner, R., & Rumrill, P.D. (2010). Differential item functioning in rehabilitation research. Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment, and Rehabilitation, 36(3), 361-369.


Glenn, M. (2001). The role of women in rehabilitation education. Rehabilitation Education, 15(1), 21-30.


Glenn, M., Ford, J., Moore, D., & Hollar, D. (2003). Employment issues as related by individuals living with HIV or AIDS. Journal of Rehabilitation, 69(1), 20-36.


Glenn, M., Hawley, C., & Mann, D. (2000). Rehabilitation leadership education online. Journal of Rehabilitation Administration, 24(1), 25-36.


Goeres, E. (2002). Using the law of proportionality to take and to give. SACUBO Ledger. Summer.


Goeres, E., Amir Mohammadi, A., & Myers, M. (2004). A transforming effect. Business Officer, 37(11), 20-24.


Gorske, T.T., Srebalus, D.J., & Walls, R.T. (2003). Adolescents in residential centers: Characteristics and treatment outcomes. Children and Youth Services Review, 25, 317-326.


Gosden, S. R. (2006). Womens groups in Appalachia. In Abramson, Rudy, & Haskell (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Appalachia, 193-195. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.


Gross, H. E., Shaw, D. S., Moilanen, K. L., Dishion, T. J., & Wilson, M. N. (2008). Reciprocal models of child behavior and depression in mothers and fathers in a sample of children at risk for early conduct problems. Journal of Family Psychology, 22, 742-751.


Guarino, A., Denes, V., Whitford, B. L.., Dempsey, V., Webb-Dempsey, J., Kochan, F., Shannon, D., & Reed, C. (2001). The professional development scale: Scale development and construct validity. Journal of Integrative Psychology, 1, 13-26.


Haas, M. E. (2000). A street through time used with powerful instructional strategies. Social Studies and the Young Learner, 13(2), 20-23.


Haas, M. E. (2000). Implications of new research and scholarship in geography for K-12 curriculum development. In S. W. Bednarz & R. S. Bednarz (Eds) Social science on the frontier: New horizons in history and geography. Boulder, CO: Social Science Education Consortium.


Haas, M. E. (2001). A profile of elementary social studies teachers and their classrooms. Social Education, 65(2), 122-126.


Haas, M. E. (2001). Strategies for increasing achievement in geography. In R. W. Cole (Ed.), More strategies for educating everybodys children. Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Developing.


Haas, M. E. (2002). Maxine Dunfee. In M.S. Crocco & O.L. Davis, Jr. (Eds.), Building a legacy: Women in social education 1784-1984. NCSS Bulletin. Washington, DC: National Council for the Social Studies.


Haas, M. E. (2004). The presidency and presidential elections in the elementary classroom. Social Education, 68(5), 340-346.


Haas, M. E. (2006). Learning from the paintings and drawings of artists. Social Studies Research and Practice, 1(3). www.socstrp.org/issues/showissue.cfm?volID=1&IssueID=3


Haas, M. E. (2007). NCSS Notable Trade Book Lesson Plan: Hanas Suitcase. Social Studies Research and Practice, 2(1). www.socialstudies.org/resources/notable


Haas, M. E. (2008). Conducting interviews to learn about World War II. Social Education, 72(5), 264-267.


Haas, M. E. (2008). Examining the important civic values with elementary students using trade books about the Holocaust: A five-to-six day unit. Social Studies Research and Practice, 3(2) http://www.socstrp.org/.


Haas, M. E., & Laughlin , M. A. (2007). Playing and making small group games: Practicing collaboration while mastering content. Social Studies and the Young Learner, 19(4), 1- 4.


Haas, M. E., & Laughlin, M. A. (2000). Teaching about the impeachment of William Jefferson Clinton: A sampling of U. S. middle and high school teachers. The Journal of Social Studies Research, 24(2), 31-38.


Haas, M. E., & Laughlin, M. A. (2002). Teaching the 2000 election: A K-12 survey. The Journal of Social Studies Research, 26(2), 20-30.


Haas, M. E., & Peer, A. (2002). What is the job of the President of the United States?. The Social Studies, 93(5), 228-231.


Haas, M. E., Channell, J., Linder, M. T., Vandevander, H., & VanSickle, A. (2006). Developing Social Studies WebQuests with teacher candidates. Social Studies Research and Practice, 1(1). www.socstrp.org/issues/viewnotes.cfm?volID=1&IssueID=1


Haas, M. E., Hatcher, B., & Sunal, C. S. (2008). Teaching about elections during a Presidential election year. Social Studies and the Young Learner, 21(1), 1-4.


Haas, M. E., Sunal, C. S., Sunal, D. W., Rufai, R., & Inuwa, R. (2003). Perceptions of unequal access to primary and secondary education: Findings from Nigeria. African Studies Review, 46(1), 93-116.


Haas, M. E., Sunal, C., Sunal, D., & Inuwa, R. (2001). Three Nigerian primary school teachers' classroom days. Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 16(1), 94-108.


Haught, P. A., & Larimer, M. D. (2000). Instructors resource manual with test bank to accompany Motivation and Learning Strategies for College Success by M. H. Dembo. Mahway, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.


Haught, P. A., & Walls, R. T. (2002). Adult learners: New norms on the Nelson-Denny Reading Test for healthcare professionals. Reading Psychology, 23(3), 217-238.


Haught, P. A., & Walls, R. T. (2004). Relationships of Reading, MCAT, and USMLE Step 1 Test Results for Medical Students. Reading Psychology, 25, 83-92.


Haught, P. A., & Walls, R. T. (2007). Longitudinal adult practical problem-solving: 1983, 1993, 2003. Educational Gerontology, 33, 395-419.


Haught, P. A., Hill, L. A., Nardi, A. H., & Walls, R. T. (2000). Perceived ability and level of education as predictors of traditional and practical adult problem solving. Experimental Aging Research, 26, 89-101.


Hazi, H. M. (2002). The status of supervisory certification in the 50 States: Trends and projections. ERIC Document Reproduction Service No: ED472168.


Hazi, H.M., & Arredondo Rucinski, D. (2009). Teacher evaluation as a policy target for improved student learning: A fifty state review of statute and regulatory action since NCLB. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 17(5) at http://epaa.asu.edu/


Heinen, E., & Caplow, J. (2003). Higher education governance in fiction. In J. Caplow & M. Miller (Eds.), Policy and university faculty governance. Greenwich, CT: Information Age.


Helbok, C. M., Marinelli, R. P., & Walls, R. T. (2006). National survey of ethical practices across rural and urban communities. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 37(1), 36-44.


Hendricks, D. J., Walls, R. T., & Heiman, G. W. (2003). Instructor's resource manual and test bank for Basic Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences (4th Ed.). Boston: Houghton Mifflin.


Hendricks, D. J., Walls, R. T., & Heiman, G. W. (2003). Instructor's resource manual and test bank for Essential Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences (1st Ed.). Boston: Houghton Mifflin.


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Wagner, C. C., Danczyk-Hawley, C. E., & Mulholland, K. (2002). Transitions from private disability benefits to social security disability benefits among older workers. Social Security Bulletin, 63(4), 27-37.


Wagner, C., Danczyk-Hawley, C. E., & Reid, C. (2000). The progression of employees with mental disorders through disability benefits systems. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 15, 17-29.


Walker, C. A., Faris, S.M., Fuqain, Z, Abbott, J.A., Reed, W. M., Oaks, R., Nedeff, A. R., Steel, S., & Webb-Dempsey, J. (2000). When too many cooks dont spoil the soup: Collaboration in the development of an interactive hypermedia program. Reading On-Line, April. Available from: www.readingonline.org.


Walker, C. A., Zhou, F. Faris, S., Abbott, J., Nedeff, A., Oaks, R., Webb-Dempsey, J., Steel, S., Rudden, J., & Domas-Brown, M. (2000). Experiences in collaboration: Development of an interactive hypermedia program. Reading On-Line, April. Available from www.readingonline.org.


Walls, R. T. (2000). Vocational cognition: Accuracy of 3rd, 6th, 9th, and 12th grade students. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 56, 137-144.


Walls, R. T. (2001). Measurement of client outcomes in rehabilitation. In B. Bolton (Ed.), Handbook of measurement and evaluation in rehabilitation (3rd edition, pp. 311-337). Gaithersburg, MD: Aspen.


Walls, R. T., Dowler, D. L., Cordingly, K., Orslene, L. E., & Greer, J. D. (2001). Microenterprising and people with disabilities: Strategies for success and failure. Journal of Rehabilitation, 67, 29-35.


Walls, R. T., Hendricks, D. J., Dowler, D. L., Hirsh, A. E., Orslene, L. E., & Fullmer, C. L. (2002). Job accommodation resources: Lessons from the global neighborhood. Journal of Rehabilitation, 68, 34-39.


Walls, R. T., Misra, S., & Majumder, R. K. (2002). Trends in vocational rehabilitation: 1978, 1988, 1998. Journal of Rehabilitation, 68, 4-10.


Walls, R. T., Moore, L. C., Batiste, L. C., & Loy, B. (2009). Vocational rehabilitation and job accommodations for individuals with substance abuse disorders. Journal of Rehabilitation, 75(4), 35-44.


Walls, R. T., Nardi, A.H., VonMinden, A.M., & Hoffman, N. (2002). Characteristics of effective and ineffective teachers. Teacher Education Quarterly, 29, 39-48.


Walls, R. T., Sperling, R. A., & Weber, K. D. (2001). Autobiographical memory of school. The Journal of Educational Research, 95, 116-127.


Warash, B. (2002). Can parents influence a preschool curriculum? Journal of Early Education and Family Review,10 (2), 6-12.


Warash, B. (2002). How parents rate developmentally appropriate practice. FOCUS, 21,4-8.


Warash, B. (2004). Getting back to the basics with paper dolls. Dimensions, 32 (1), 10-15.


Warash, B. (2004). Wacky Wednesday. Association for Childhood Education International, Focus on Pre-K, 17 (1), 1-7.


Warash, B. G. (2005). Documentation panels enhance teacher education programs. Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education, 26 (4), 437-442.


Warash, B. G., Pelliccioni, M. (2001). Project work at the West Virginia University Nursery School. FOCUS, 20, 16-18.


Warash, B. G., Pelliccioni, M., & Yoon, D. (2000). The view of middle-class parents on developmentally appropriate practice. Journal of Leadership Quest, 4(2), 8-11.


Warash, B., & Demasi, E. (2008). Are middle-class parents authoritative with a touch of permissiveness? The Delta Kappa Gamma International Journal for Professional Educators, 74 (2), 28-31.


Warash, B., & Markstrom, C. (2001). Parental perceptions of parenting styles in relation to preschooler's academic self-esteem. Education, 126 (3), 485-493.


Warash, B., Fitch, C., & Bodnovich, K. (2003). Snack choices: Helping young children make decisions. Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, 95 (2), 60-64.


Warash, B., Markstrom, C., & Lucci, B. (2005). The Early Childhood Rating Scale as a tool to improve child care centers. Education, 126 (2), 240-250.


Warash, B., Pelliccioni, M., Saab, J., & Siegrist, J. (2000). The child-size puppet project. The Puppetry Journal, 51(3), 28-29.


Warash, B., Ward, C., & Rotilie, S. (2008). An exploratory study of the application of the Early Childhood Environment Rating Scale criteria. EDUCATION, 128(4), 645-658.


Warash. B. (2001). Is it Contract Day? Association for Childhood Education International, Focus on Pre-K, 13 (3), 4-7.


Waterson, R. A. (2009). The examination of pedagogical approaches to teaching controversial public issues: Explicitly teaching the holocaust and comparative genocide. Social Studies Research and Practice, 4(2), 1-24.


Waterson, R. A. (2009). What is the role of the teacher? To guide the studies of others. The Journal of College and Character, 10(6), 1-4.


Webb-Dempsey, J. (2003). Standing at the crossroads: Taking the path of least resistance or forging ahead toward practice-based assessment? Special edition of Educational Considerations, Spring.


Wilson, E., Haas, M., Laughlin, M., & Sunal, C. (2002). Teachers perspectives on incorporating current controversial issues into the curriculum. The International Social Studies Forum, 2(1), 30-46.


Zhang, J., & Walls, R. T. (2006). Instructors' self-perceived pedagogical principle implementation in the online environment. Quarterly Review of Distance Education, 7(4), 413-426.


Zimmerman, A. L., & Kontosh, L. G. (2007). Systems theory approach to career decision making. Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment, and Rehabilitation, 29(4), 287-293.


Zizzi, S., Vitullo, E., Rye, J., & O'Hara-Tompkins, N. (2006). Impact of a four-week pedometer intervention on high school students: Daily step counts and perceptions of physical activity. American Journal of Health Education, 37, 35-40.

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