The History Makers - Featuring Dr. Sondra Akins
Lisa Ames - NERA Teacher-as-Researcher (TAR) award recipient
Christine Besko-Maughan & Dr. Brian Friedlander - Reference Guide - IPad™:Enhancing Learning & Communication for Students with Special Needs.
Congressional Commendation for Dr. Jeanne D'Haem Author of The Last Camel: True Stories about Somalia
Fallace, T.D. (2011). The effects of life adjustment education on the U.S. history curriculum, 1948-1957. The History Teacher, 44 (4), 569-589.
D'Adamo, L. & Fallace, T.D. (2011). The multigenre research project: An approach to developing historical empathy. Social Studies Research and Practice. 6 (1), 75-88.
Fallace, T.D. (2011). From the German schoolmaster's psychology to the psychology of the child: Evolving rationales for the teaching of history in American schools in the 1890s. The Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 10 (2), 161-186.
Fallace, T. (2012). Race, culture, and pluralism: The evolution of Dewey’s vision for a democratic curriculum. Journal of Curriculum Studies, 44 (1), 13-35.
Fallace, T. (2012). Recapitulation theory and the new education: Race, culture, imperialism, and pedagogy, 1894-1916. Curriculum Inquiry, 42 (4), 510-533.
Fantozzi, Victoria B. (2012). Divergent Purposes: A Case Study of a History Education Course Co-taught by a Historian and Social Studies Education Expert. The History Teacher, 45 (2), 241-259.
Hong, C.E. & Lawrence, S. A. (2011). Action research in teacher education: Classroom inquiry, reflection, and data-driven decision making. Journal of Inquiry and Action in Education, 4(2), 1-17.
Russell, D. (2011). The bluest eye and the power of culture scripts. In J.O. Milner & C. Pope (Eds.), Engaging American Novels: Lessons from the Classroom (pp.223-231). Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English Press.
Star-Ledger Article About Kindergarten Assessment - Featuring Professor Holly Seplocha
National Recognition for Outstanding Teaching to Dr. Janis Strasser
Dr. Lisa Warner - Newly published article in ZDM
WPU Degree Achieved at MCCC - Featuring Dr. Linnea Weiland