The StoryCorpsU team would like to share the following list of references for teachers and parents looking for more information on education themes in the United States. If you have articles or works you would like to share with us, please tell us about them in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Common Core Standards
“Common Core State Standards Initiative.” Accessed Jun. 27, 2011.
NA. “School Connectedness: Strategies for Increasing Protective Factors Among Youth.”
Reclaiming Children and Youth, (2010) http://www.faqs.org/periodicals/201010/2271091481.html#ixzz1NwfAu9Pa, Accessed 6/27/2011.
Noguera, P. “Preventing and producing violence: A critical analysis of responses to school violence.” Harvard Educational Review, 65 (1995). In Rolon-Dow, R. (2005).
Rolon-Dow, R. (2005). Critical Care: A color(full) analysis of care narratives in the schooling experiences of Puerto Rican girls.” American Educational Research Journal, 42.1
Social and Emotional Learning (SEL)
Durlak, Joseph A., Roger P. Weissberg, Allison B. Dymnicki and Rebecca D. Taylor, and Kriston B. Schellinger. “The Impact of Enhancing Students’ Social and Emotional Learning: A Meta-Analysis of School-Based Universal Interventions.” Child Development, 82.1 (2011)
Dusenbury, Linda, Jessy Zadrazil, Amy Mart and Roger Weissberg. State Learning Standards to Advance Social and Emotional Learning: The CASEL State Scan of Social and Emotional Learning Standards, Preschool through High School. NP: CASEL, April 2011.
Farkas, George. “Cognitive Skills and Noncognitive Traits and Behaviors in Stratification Process.” Annual Reviews in Sociology, (2003). Accessed Jul. 26. 2011.
Lee, Jihyun and Valerie J. Shute. The Influence of Noncognitive Domains on Academic Achievement in K-12. Princeton, NJ: Educational Testing Service, (2009).
Gilbert, Michael B. “Effective Listening: The Key to Classroom Attendance. University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
Culturally Responsive Teaching
Elturk, Ghada. “Diversity and Cultural Competency.” Creative Commons (2004). http://ia.webjunction.org/tribal-and-first-nations/articles/content/433919/ Accessed Aug. 12, 2011.
Gay, Geneva. “Preparing for Culturally Responsive Teaching.” Journal of Teacher Education, 53.2, (2002). Accessed Jul. 28, 2011.
Kendall, Frances E., PhD., Understanding White Privilege. 2001. Accessed 8/26/2011
Ladson-Billings, Gloria. “But That’s Just Good Teaching! The Case for Culturally Relevant Pedagogy.” Theory Into Practice, 34.3, (1995). Accessed Jul. 28, 2011.
Ladson-Billings, Gloria. “Toward a Theory of Culturally Relevant Pedagogy.” American Educational Research Journal, 32.3 (1995). Accessed Jul. 27, 2011.
McIntosh, Peggy. “White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack.” Independent School (1990). Accessed Aug. 12, 2011.
Teach for America. “Diversity, Community, & Achievement 2010.” 2010. Accessed Jul. 27, 2011.
Villegas, Ana Maria, and Tamara Lucas. “Preparing Culturally Responsive Teachers: Rethinking the Curriculum.” Journal of Teacher Education, 53.1 (2002). Accessed Jul. 28, 2011.
“Reducing Stereotype Threat.” Accessed 6/27/2011.
Aronson, Joshua et al. “When White Men Can’t Do Math: Necessary and Sufficient Factors in Stereotype Threat.” Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. Vol. 35, 1999. p. 44.
Burk, Nanci. M. “Empowering At-Risk Students: Storytelling as a Pedagogical Tool. 11/2000.” Paper presented at the 86th Annual Meeting of the National Communication Association, Seattle, WA, 11/9-12/2000.
Hinyard, Leslie J, and Matthew W, Kreuter. “Using Narrative Communication as a Tool for Health Behavior Change: A Conceptual, Theoretical, and Empirical Overview.” Society for Public Health Education (2007). Accessed Jul. 25, 2011.
Houston, Thomas K, et al. “Culturally Appropriate Storytelling to Improve Blood Pressure.” Annals of Internal Medicine (2011). Accessed, Jul. 25, 2011.
Yazzi-Mintz, Ethan. “Charting the Path from Engagement to Achievement: A Report on the 2009 High School Survey of Student Engagement.” Center for Evaluation & Education Policy, Indiana: (2009).
Hill, Paul T., Gail E. Foster and Tamar Gendler. High Schools with Character. NP: Rand Corporation, (1990).
Chenoweth, Karin. “It’s Being Done.” Academic Success in Unexpected Schools. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press, 2007.
Perry, Theresa, et al. Young, Gifted and Black. Boston: Beacon Press, 2003.