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Student Publications and Presentations

In Press

Stewart, T., Coryell, J. E., Wubbena, Z. C.,* Valverde, C.,* & Spencer, B. J.* (in press). International service-learning, study abroad, and global citizenship development in a post-disaster locale. In D. Velliaris & D. Coleman-Georege (Eds.), Handbook of research on study abroad programs and outbound mobility. Hershey, PA: IGI Global

Wubbena, Z. C.* (in press). The boy who learned to read by “saving the earth.” Kappa Delta Pi Record.



Wubbena, Z. C.,* & Stewart, T. (in press). Service-learning in pre-professional programs. In C. Dolgon, T. K. Eatman, & T. D. Mitchell (Eds.), The Cambridge handbook of service learning and community engagement (pp. X–X). Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press.

2015      

King, J.* (2015). Standing at the crossroads: The pedagogical intersection between standards and relationships. Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership, 18(1), 77-91.

O’Malley, M. P., Long, T*. A., & King, J.* (Accepted, February 18, 2015). What do you do all day?!: Navigating the challenges of school leadership as an early career principal. Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership.

Stewart, T., & Wubbena, Z. C.* (2015). Systematic review of service-learning in medical education: 1998–2012. Teaching and Learning in Medicine, 27(2), 1–9. doi:10.1080/10401334.2015.1011647 (10% Acceptance Rate)

Wubbena, Z. C.* (2015). Breathing secondhand smoke: Gatekeeping for “good education,” passive democracy, and the mass media. An interview with Noam Chomsky. Critical Education, 6(8), 1–9.

2014      

Stewart, T., & Wubbena, Z. C.* (2014) An overview for infusing service-learning in medical education. International Journal of Medical Education, 5, 147–156. doi:10.5116/ijme.53ae.c907

2013      

Waite, D., Turan, S., & *Niño, J. M. (2013). Corruption and corporativism in education and educational leadership: Contrastive examples from Turkey and America. In I. Bogotch & C. Shields (Eds.), International Handbook of Social (In)Justice and Educational Leadership (pp. 619-642). Dordercht, The Netherlands: Springer.

Wubbena, Z. C.* (2013). Mathematical fluency as a function of conservation ability in young children. Learning and Individual Differences, 26, 153–155.  doi:10.1016/j.lindif.2013.01.013 (5% Acceptance Rate)

2012      

Waite, D., & Niño, J. M. (2012). Luchando por la Justicia en un Mundo Corporativista: Sobre el Empujo y Jale de las Sistemas Opresivas (“Fighting for Justice in a Corporativist World: Concerning the Push and Pull of Oppressive Systems”). Guía para la Gestión de Centros Educativos, 66.

2011      

O’Malley, M. P., Nelson, S. W., Nino, J., Aguilar, I., & Alemán, J. (2011). National student protest for educational equity in Chile: A case study of public pedagogy and its influence in a Chilean secondary school. Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Division B: Curriculum Studies, Section 1: Critical Perspectives and Communities in Action, New Orleans,  LA. 

Guajardo, M., Oliver, J., Rodriguez, G., Valadez, M., Cantu, Y., & Guajardo, F. (2011). Reframing the praxis of school leadership preparation through digital storytelling. Journal of Research on Leadership Education. Special Edition Editor, Matt Militello. 6(5).

2011.  National student protest for educational equity in Chile: A case study of public pedagogy and its influence in a Chilean secondary school. Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Division B: Curriculum Studies, Section 1: Critical Perspectives and Communities in Action, New Orleans, Louisiana.  

Nelson, S.W., & Aguilar, I.* (2011). Leadership based in love of people and place. In M. Cowie (Ed.), New primary leaders (pp. 45-59). London: Continuum International Publishing Group.

Parham, J., & Gordon, S.P. (2011). Moonlighting: A harsh reality for many classroom teachers. Phi Delta Kappan, 92(5), 47-51.

Reichert, E. & Boone, M.(2011). Navigating the politics of change in a suburban school district: A phenomenological study, in Alford, B., Perrault, G., Zellner, L., & Ballenger, J. W. (Editors), Blazing new trails: Preparing leaders to improve access and equity in today’s schools. The 2011 Yearbook of the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration, 227-248.

Nelson, S. W., Guerra, P. L., & Henry, G. H.* (2011). A connection between moral imperative and women’s leadership? Administrative Issues Journal: Education, Practice and Research, 1(1), 98-106.

2010      

Aguilar, I. (2010). Cultivating a Lifeworld in School: Lessons Learned from Sergiovanni. Paper presented at the Council of Professors of Instructional Supervision Annual Convention, Austin, TX.

Boone, M., Aguilar, I., Nino, J.M., Edwards, D. (2010). Superintendents and Staff Development: Implications for Research and Preparation. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration,Washington, D.C.

O’Malley, M. P. & Aguilar, I. (2010, in press). Whither democratic educational leadership? On questions of institutionalization and hypergovernability within Curriculum Studies. In J. Henderson (Ed.), The Road Less Traveled: Immanent Critique in Curriculum and Pedagogy. Troy, NY: Educator’s International Press.

O’Malley, M. P., Nelson, S. W., Aguilar, I., Nino, J., & Alemán, J. (2010). The effects of national student protest for educational equity in Chile on a Chilean secondary school: A case study. Paper presented at the University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA) Annual Convention, New Orleans, LA.

2010.  The Effects of National Student Protest for Educational Equity in Chile on a Chilean Secondary School: A Case Study. Paper presented at the University Council of Educational Administration Annual Convention, New Orleans, Louisiana.

2010. Journal Talks-International Journal of Leadership in Education. Annual Board Meeting presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Convention in Denver, Colorado.

2010. Panel Presentation II: Publishing in Peer-Reviewed Journals and Roundtable Discussion, International Journal of Leadership in Education. Presented to the Barbara L. Jackson Scholars Early Career Development Workshop at the American Educational Research Association Annual Convention in Denver, Colorado.

2010. Superintendents and Professional Development: A Preliminary Study. Paper presented at the University Council of Educational Administration Annual Convention, New Orleans, Louisiana.

2010. Superintendents and Staff Development: Implications for Research and Preparation.  Paper to be presented at the Annual Conference of the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration Washington, D.C.

O’Malley, M. P. & Aguilar, I.* (2010). Whither democratic educational leadership? On questions of institutionalization and hypergovernability within curriculum studies. In J. Henderson (Ed.), The Road Less Traveled: Immanent Critique in Curriculum and Pedagogy (pp. 81-83). Troy, NY: Educator’s International Press.

2009      

Nelson, S.W., Aguilar, I., Nino, J.M., Edwards, D. (2009). The Challenges of Novice Principals: What it means for Preparation Programs. Paper presented at the British Educational Leadership, Management & Administration Society (BELMAS) conference in Sheffield, England.

Nelson, S.W., Aguilar, I., Nino, J.M. (2009). Transforming Principal Preparation: From Educational Administration to Leadership for Social Justice. Presentation given at the University Council for Educational Administration Annual Convention, Anaheim, CA. 

Fite, Backor, & Brown (2009) The Association for Childhood Education International (ACEI) Education Policy, reform, and School Innovations “Classroom Rituals as Tools for Community Building” 2009. AERA-San Diego, CA—Mexican Immigration.

2009. Successful Inclusion of Students with Disabilities. Presented at the Texas State University chapter of Kappa Delta Pi – San Marcos, TX.

Billingsley, G., Scheuermann, B. & Webber, J. (2009). A Comparison of Three Instructional Methods for Teaching Math Skills to Secondary Students with Emotional/Behavioral Disorders. Manuscript submitted for publication in Behavioral Disorders.

Fite, Backor, & Brown (2009) The Association for Childhood Education International (ACEI) Education Policy, reform, and School Innovations “Classroom Rituals as Tools for Community Building”

Bentley, J. (2009, April). I Can Tell Who Cares: Maximizing the Success of Students with Disabilities in Postsecondary Education. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, California. (Accepted but unable to attend due to SUNY Cortland budget restrictions).

Bentley, J., & Smith, R.M. (2009). Teacher Preparation for Full Inclusion: Creating Effective Models with Less-Than-Perfect Opportunities. TASH (The Association for Persons with Severe Handicaps) Annual Conference. November 18-21, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 

Henry, G., (accepted for publication, 2009). A response to LDR 2 LDR: Theory and practice working together, a symposium. Journal of Leadership Studies.

2009. The Assistant Principal as an Instructional and Community Leader. Paper presented at the Education and Community Leadership Conference at Texas State University-San Marcos, Texas.

2009. The Challenges of Novice Principals: What it means for Preparation Program. Paper presented at the British Educational Leadership, Management & Administration Society (BELMAS) conference in Sheffield, England.

2009. Transforming Principal Preparation: From Educational Administration to Leadership for Social Justice.  Paper presented at University Council of Educational Administration Annual Convention, Anaheim, California.

Price, L.R., Pelkey, M., & Reardon, R. (2009). “A Moderated-Mediated Path Analysis of Science Achievement”. Peer-reviewed paper presentation at Division H of at the American Educational Research Association, April 16 – 20, San Diego, California.

2008      

2008. Contributed chapter vignettes to “Emotional and Behavioral Disorders: Theory and Practice” by Jo Webber and Cynthia Plotts.

2008. Contributed lecture launchers and lecture outlines for Instructor Resource Materials for “Emotional and Behavioral Disorders: Theory and Practice” by Jo Webber and Cynthia Plotts.

Bentley, J. (2008).  Lessons from the 1%: Children with labels of severe disabilities and their peers as architects of inclusive education reform. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 12(5-6), 543-561. 

Bentley, J. (2008). Panelist: SUNY Cortland Summer Ethics Institute.

Bentley, J. (2008). Teaching Collaboration to Undergraduate Inclusive Special Education Majors in a Service Learning “Family Practicum.” NYSATE/NYACTE Conference, October 23 & 24, 2008, Albany, New York.

Gordon, S. P., Stiegelbauer, S., & Diehl, J. (2008).  Characteristics of more and less effective action research programs.  In S. P. Gordon (Ed.).  Collaborative action research: Partnerships for school and university renewal (pp. 79-94).  New York: Teachers College Press. 

Gordon, S.P., Smyth, J., & Diehl, J. (2008). The Iraq war, “sound science,” and “evidence-based” educational reform: How the Bush administration uses deception, manipulation, and subterfuge to advance its chosen ideology. Journal for Critical Educational Policy Studies, 6(2) (online journal). 

Guajardo, M., Nelson, S., Aleman, J., Valadez, M., Henry, G. (2008). Responding to the education debt through community focused leadership. Presentation at the annual University Council for Educational Administration Conference, Orlando, FL.

Madhlangobe, L., Johnson, K. P., & Gordon, S. P. (2008). What makes and effective principal? Leadership In Focus, (10), 6-9.

Ahrens, J., LaBuhn, R., Miller, S., and Gordon, S.P. (2008). What makes a successful school district? Principal Matters, 76, 26-28. 

2008. Creating a Guaranteed Curriculum to Ensure Student’s Success. Paper presented at the Teacher Learning Service Conference at the University of Texas-Brownsville.

2007      

2007. Inclusion of Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders: Lessons Learned. Presented at the Institute for the Improvement of Educational Practices – San Marcos, TX.

2007. Inclusion Programs for Secondary Students in Social-Behavior Skills Programs. Presented at the Social-Cognitive-Behavioral Conference at Region XIII – Austin, TX.

2007. Students with Disabilities in the Juvenile Justice System. Presented at the Texas Justice of the Peace Seminar – Galveston, TX

Bentley, J. & Duncan, J. (2007). Go Big or Stay Home: A Campus-Wide Effort to Create an Institute for Disability Studies. Seventh Annual Second City Disability Studies in Education Conference, National Louis University, Chicago, Illinois.

Bentley, J. (2007).  Lessons from the 1%: Students with Severe/Multiple Disabilities as Architects of Systemic Education Reform. National Network for Education Renewal Annual Conference, Charleston, West Virginia. 

Bentley, J. (2007). “Can She Pinch Me Goodbye?” Symbolic Inclusion and Exclusion of a Fifth-Grade Girl with Rett Syndrome. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction, New York, New York.

Bentley, J. (2007). “Pre-Service Teachers’ Perceptions of Disability in Context: A Qualitative Study by Inclusive Special Education Majors.” Scholar’s Day, State University of New York College at Cortland.

Bentley, J. (Panel Chair), Smith, R. M., Olcott, L., & Pizzola, F. (2007). Disability Studies and Socially Constructed Environments. Nineteenth Annual Central New York Peace Studies Consortium, State University of New York College at Cortland, 2007. 

Bentley, J. (2007, 2008, 2009). Differentiating and Adapting Instruction: A Universal Design for Learning.  Educators in Training Conference, State University of New York College at Cortland. 

Diehl, J. N. (2007). Practitioner reflection: The lesson plan. In C. Glickman, S. P. Gordon, & J. Ross-Gordon (Eds.), SuperVision and instructional leadership: A developmental approach (7th Ed..) (pp. 163 – 164). Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

2007. Effective Techniques for Quality Teachers. Paper presented at the Teacher Learning Service Conference at the University of Texas-Brownsville.