DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
FACULTY ACTIVITIES REPORT
“Dilemmas of Desegregation: Crossing the Color Line in Education, 1963-1975,” Avery Review 4 (Fall 2001): 125-154
“The Paradoxes of Desegregation: Race, Class, and Education, 1935-1975,” American Journal of
Education 109 (May 2001): 320-343
Cunningham, Ann C. (1999) Instructor’s Guide for Integrating Technology into Instruction, Second Edition. Roblyer and Edwards, ed. Prentice-Hall. (re-printed June 2001)
Ann C. (2001). New standards impact instructional design practices.
Cunningham, Ann C. (2001). Leveraging enabling factors to influence instructional design: Technology issues for teacher education programs. The Journal of the Southeastern Regional Association of Teacher Educators, 10 (2), 17-25.
Cunningham, Ann C. (2001). DVD-video: An essential technology for universal instructional design. Journal of Special Education Technology Practice, 3 (4), 31-38.
Cunningham, Ann C and Mary Lynn Redmond. (2002). Influencing the instructional design strategies of new teachers: Foreign language and technology teacher education. Foreign Language Annals, 35 (1).
Cunningham, Ann C. and
Sandra Benedetto. (2002,
Digital Video Tools to Promote Reflective Practice. Proceedings
of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education,
Howard, Judith, Cunningham, Ann C., Ennis,
Jackie, Long, Deborah, Mize, Barbara. (2002, January).
Collaborative Teaming on Technology-Enhanced Problem-Based
Learning. Proceedings of the Society for
Information Technology and Teacher Education,
Allington, Richard L. and
Patricia M. Cunningham. Schools that Work: Where All Children Read and Write. 2nd. ed.
Cunningham, Patricia M. and Richard L. Allington.
. Classrooms that Work: They Can All Read and Write. 3rd ed.
Cunningham, Patricia M. Prefixes and
Suffixes: Systematic Sequential Phonics and Spelling,
Hall, Dorothy P., Patricia M. Cunningham
and Linda B. Gambrell. Self-Selected Reading the
With James W. Cunningham. What we know about how to teach Phonics. What research has to say about reading instruction, International Reading Association, 2002, 87-109.
Evans, Robert H.,
Andersen, Annemarie Møller and Sørensen,
Helene (2001). Bridging Research Methodology and Research Aims.
Evans, Robert H. (2001). How novice
users can avoid misleading data analysis with desktop statistics packages. In Evans, Robert H., Andersen, Annemarie Møller
and Sørensen, Helene (2001). Bridging
Research Methodology and Research Aims.
S. T. (2002). Family Therapy: History, Theory and Practice (3rd ed.).
S. T. (2003). Group Work: A Counseling Specialty (4th ed.).
S. T. (2001). Principle 6: Responsibility to the profession. In
User’s Guide to the AAMFT Code of Ethics (pp. 65-74).
S. T. (2002). Reflections on counseling after the crisis.
In G. R. Walz & C. J. Kirkman (Eds.), Helping people cope with tragedy and
grief (pp. 9-12).
Gladding, S. T. (2002, Spring). Counseling at the point of crisis and beyond. Chi Sigma Iota Exemplar, 16, 1, 10.
D. W., & Gladding, S. T. (2003). Counseling individuals
and groups in schools. In B. T. Erford (Ed.), Transforming the school counseling profession
D. (2002). School Counseling. In
R.R. Cottone & V.M. Tarvydas,
Ethical and Professional Issues in Counseling.
Jones, R. Reading Like You Mean It in Secondary Social Studies. Presentation at the 32nd Annual Meeting of the North Carolina Council for the Social Studies, Greensboro, NC, February 21-22, 2002. (Session repeated twice.)
Jones, R. Questioning Our Way to
Comprehension. Invited Presentation at the National Four Blocks Leadership
McCoy, L. (2001). Great Expectations: Freshman Hopes and Senior Reflections.
Ethical Dimensions of Children’s Literature, Edwin Mellen
Applying the Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing: What
Counselors Need to Know (McDivitt, P., Newsome,
D., Shoffner, M., Wall, J., &
Newsome, D. W. (2003). Counseling interventions using
expressive arts. In B. T. Erford (Ed.), Transforming the school counseling profession (pp. 231-247).
Newsome, D. W., & Gladding, S. T. (2003). Counseling
individuals and groups in schools. In B. T. Erford
(Ed.), Transforming the school counseling profession
Fletcher, A. C., Newsome, D. W., Nickerson, P. F., & Bazley, R. (2001). Social network closure and child adjustment. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 47, 500-531.
Shoffner, M. F., & Newsome, D. W. (2001). Identity development in gifted female adolescents: The influence of career development, age, and life role salience. Journal of Secondary Gifted Education, 14, 201-211.
Redmond, Mary Lynn
“Influencing the Instructional Design Strategies of New Teachers: Foreign Language and Technology Teacher Education.”(with Ann Cunningham). Foreign Language Annals. Vol. 35, January/February, 2002, 43-60
Foreign Language Course of Study - Revised Edition (with Janis Antonek and Beckey Carr) NC Teach, project funded by the US Department of Education, 2001-2002
“Using Children’s Literature About
African Americans to Address NCSS Thematic Strands”, in Martorella,
P. H. & Beal, C. Social Studies For Elementary School Classrooms
“The Social Studies in You”, Tar Heel News, Spring, 2002, pps. 11-12.
“The Veil in Higher Education: John
Wrighten and the Campaign to Desegregate the
University of South Carolina, 1943-1957,” National Association of African
American Studies Annual Conference,
“Progressivism and African American Education: A
Revisionist View,” Southern History of Education Society,
Summer 2002 – “Using Digital Video Tools to
Support Reflective Practice,” “Systems Analysis of Learning Theory Through Causal Influence Diagramming,” National Educational
2002 – “Performance-Based Learning and Assessment: Publishing and Storing Large
Digital Products,” National Educational Computing Conference,
2002 – “Electronic Learning Portfolios,” Gallery Walk, National Educational
2002 – SERVE/SUNRAY Academy, “Performance-Based Assessment: Practicality and
Spring 2002 – Project T2 Spring Conference,
“It’s Not the Graphic, It’s the Organizer” All-day workshop with Raymond Jones,
2002 – AACTE,
2002 - “Technology
and K-12 FL Instructional Design” with Mary Lynn Redmond, North East
Spring 2002 - “Using Digital Video Tools to Support
Reflective Practice” Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education,
2002-“Collaborative Teaming on Technology-Enhanced Problem-Based Learning”
Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education,
Spring 2002 – “Technology and Social Studies
2001 – “Systems Analysis of Learning Theory Through
Causal Influence Diagramming” TIER-Merging Technology with Education,
Fall 2001 – “Digital Video: Projects for Students and Teachers” and “Fostering Critical Thinking with Visualization Tools: Strategies for the Elementary Classroom”. Led elementary education teacher candidates through two presentations at the North Carolina Educational Technology Conference.
2001 – “DVD Video Technology: Building a Learning Environment” Pre-Conference
Tutorial. Society for Applied Learning Technology,
2001 – “Technology Assessment” SIGTE Sponsored Panel Presentation, National
Educational Computing Conference,
Investigating Tests for Beginning
Instruction: Predictability, Decodability, and Genre. National Reading Conference National Meeting, San Antonio,
Andersen, A.M., Evans, R. H. and Sørensen, H. (August, 2001). Transforming the standard instrument for assessing science teacher’s self-efficacy beliefs (STEBI) for use in Denmark. A paper presented at the European Science Education Research Association conference in Thessaloniki, Greece, August 21 – 25.
Evans, Robert H. (2002). From teacher education to the classroom: Supporting New Natur/teknik Teachers with Meaures of Self-efficacy and Teaching Environments. A paper presented at the Natursfagsdidaktik Seminar of the Danish University of Education Middelfart, Denmark.
Andersen, A.M., Evans, R. H. and Sørensen, H. (March, 2002). The Relationship between Teachers’ Beliefs and the Science Teaching Environment of First-Year Elementary Teachers. A paper presented at the annual National Association of Research in Science Teaching conference, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Use of Humor in Counseling Difficult Clients. Third Annual Eastern AHEC Institute for Helping Professionals, Greenville, NC, June, 2002.
Creative Arts and Approaches with Difficult Clients. Third Annual Eastern AHEC Institute for Helping Professionals, Greenville, NC, June, 2002.
Creative Arts in Counseling and Group Work. New York Association for Specialists in Group Work Conference, Buffalo, NY, May 2002.
Excellence in Action. Southeastern Louisiana University Chi Sigma Iota address. Hammonds, LA, April 2002.
Developing a Positive Mental Attitude. Success Conference 2002, Winston-Salem, NC, April 2002.
Being and Becoming. Pro Humanitate Scholars Pre-Symposium, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, April 2002.
Using Creative Counseling Techniques in Counseling Children. Gwinnett County (GA) In-Service Workshop, Buford, GA, April 2002.
Creativity and Family Therapy: The SCAMPER Model (IAMFC Distinguished Speaker), American Counseling Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, March 2002.
Creativty and Counseling: The SCAMPER Model. American Counseling Association Annual Conference, March 2002 (with Donna Henderson).
Four Ways of Group Counseling: An Integrated Approach for Celebrating the Human Spirit. American Counseling Association Annual Conference; New Orleans, March 2002 (with Bogusia Molina, Michael Garrett, and Julietta Monterio-Leitner).
Levity and Learning: Lessons from Life in a Family and Family Counseling (keynote speech). International Assocation for Marriage and Family Counseling, New Orleans, March 2002.
Action-Oriented Methods of Group Counseling as Applied to Multiple Settings. Michigan Association for Specialists in Group Work, Detroit, MI, February, 2002.
Counseling at the Point of Crisis and Beyond. North Carolina Counseling Association Conference, Greensboro, NC, February 2002.
Counseling as an Art: The Creative Arts in Counseling. Master Therapists Seminar. Rollins College, Winter Park, FL, January, 2002.
Humor in Counseling. CenterPoint Mental Health Center, Winston-Salem, NC., January 2002.
Becoming Creative as a Counselor. University of Virginia Chi Sigma Iota presentation, Charlottesville, VA, November, 2001.
Using the Creative Arts in Individual and Group Counseling. Louis V. Paradise Alumni Conference, University of New Orleans, November 2001.
Creativity and Counseling: The SCAMPER Model at American Counseling Association conference, March 2002, New Orleans, LA (with Sam Gladding)
Children of Alcoholics at the Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, October 2001, Athens, GA (with Mitzi Moser and Laura Veach)
The Power of Indiuction at the School Counseling Conference, June 2001, Atlanta, GA
Griffith, R. A. and McCoy, L.P. (2002, June). Four Years Later: Qualitative and Quantitative Assessment of the Changes in the Class of 2001. Paper presented at the Association for Institutional Research Annual Meeting, Toronto, ON.
McCoy, L.P. (2002, April). The Effect of Demographic and Personal Variables on Achievement in Eighth Grade Algebra I. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.
McCoy, L.P. and Griffith, R. (2002, April). Four Years Later: A Study of College Seniors' Reflections on their Freshman Expectations. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.
McCoy, L.P., Adams, C. L. & Miller, W. F. (2002, March). Mathematics in Context. Paper presented at South Carolina Education Association Quality Instruction Conference, Columbia, SC.
McCoy, L.P., Adams, C. L., Cronrath, C. A., Foote, T. S., Miller, W. F., & Shaw, J. M. (2001, October). Sports Mathematics. Paper presented at North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Greensboro, NC.
“Action Research in four English Classrooms,” National Council of Teachers of English. Fall Meeting, Baltimore, MD. November 18, 2001. With graduate students.
“Action Research in four English Classrooms,” North Carolina English Teachers Association. October, 2001. Winston-Salem.
“Writing to Learn in Science and Math,” Writing Across the Curriculum Confernece, Houston, TX. March 8.
“Understanding Irony in three kinds of texts,” North Carolina Reading Association. Greensboro, NC, March 7.
Newsome, D. W., & Castillero, T. (February, 2002). Qualitative assessment of interpersonal relationships. Program presented at the annual conference of the North Carolina Counseling Association, Greensboro, NC.
Newsome, D. W., Karr, P. A., Veach, L. A., & Huffstetler, B. C. (February, 2002). Helping the “clueless” college student formulate career options. Program presented at the annual conference of the North Carolina Counseling Association, Greensboro, NC.
Newsome, D. W., Huffman, S., Smith, D. M., & Buffkin, T. (2002, March). Using expressive arts to enhance group supervision. Program presented at the annual conference of the American Counseling Association, New Orleans, LA.
Shoffner, M. F., & Newsome, D. W. (2002, March). Using focus groups to examine the career development of youth: Outcome expectations, perceived barriers, and perceived support. Program presented at the annual conference of the American Counseling Association, New Orleans, LA.
Redmond, Mary Lynn
“Technology and K-12 Foreign Language Instructional Design,” (with Ann Cunningham), Northeast Conference on Language Teaching, New York, New York, April 20, 2002.
“Linking Culture, Content, and Language in Successful FLES Programs (with Kay Hoag), Southern Conference on Language Teaching, Baton Rouge, LA, March 15, 2002.
“Foreign Language Teacher Education and NCATE 2000 Standards (with Helene Zimmer-Loew), Southern Conference on Language Teaching, Baton Rouge, LA, March 15, 2002.
“The FLES Odyssey – Countdown to a Successful Mission” (with Kay Hoag), American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Washington, DC, November 16-18, 2001.
“Research in Action – A Partnership for Best Practices” (with Susan Decker, Evelyn Frye, and Nancy Feider), American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Washington, DC, November 16-18, 2001
“National Accreditation for Foreign Language Teacher Education – A Performance-based Future,” Foreign Language Association of North Carolina, Raleigh, North Carolina, October 11-13, 2001.
“Action Research in the Foreign Language Classroom: It Happens Everyday,” (with Michelle Bennett, Susan Decker, and Evelyn Frye), Foreign Language Association of North Carolina, Raleigh, North Carolina, October 11-13, 2001.
“Vision 2010: A Plan for Model Foreign Language Programs for North Carolina Public Schools,” Regional Presentations to the Public, Raleigh and Greensboro, NC, June, 2001
Paper, My Neighbor’s Keeper, presented at the National Council for the Social Studies 81st Annual Conference, Washington, DC, November 16, 2001.
Paper, More Than A Name: Infusing Biographies into the Elementary Curriculum, presented at the National Council for the Social Studies 81st Annual Conference, Washington, DC, November 16, 2001.
Paper, “Fostering Critical Thinking with Visualization Tools: Strategies for the Elementary Classroom”, presented at the North Carolina Educational Technology Conference, Greensboro, NC, November 29, 2001.
Paper, Biographies Alive, presented at the North Carolina Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference, Greensboro, NC, February 22, 2002.
Paper, Technology and the Elementary Social Studies Curriculum, presented at the North Carolina Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference, Greensboro, NC, February 22, 2002.
Paper, Systems Analysis of Learning Theory Through Causal Influence Diagramming, National Educational Computing Conference, San Antonio, TX, June 17, 2002.
Veach, L.J. Analysis of Multicultural Counseling Articles 2002 ACA Annual Conference, 3/02, New Orleans, LA
Veach, L.J. & Raper, J.D. Counseling Outcomes & Challenging Clients 2002 ACA Annual Conference, 3/02, New Orleans, LA (Paper presented with research from Archie Fund Grant)
Karr, P.R., Newsome, D., Veach, L., & Huffstetler, B. Helping the “Clueless” College Student Formulate Career Options 2002 NCCA Conference, 2/02, Greensboro, NC
Veach, L.J., Henderson, D.A., & Schneider, M.M. Educating the Educator 2001 SACES Conference, 10/01, Athens, GA.
Consulting Winston-Salem Forsyth County Schools, Magnet School Coordinator, April 17, 18, 23, 29, 2002, approx. 10 hours
President-Elect, International Society for Technology in Education
Special Interest Group-Teacher Educators
Editorial Advisory Board, National Reading Conference Yearbook,, 2001-2002.
State and local school districts 17 days
Editorial review board for the journal School Science and Mathematics
Member of Outstanding Master’s Research Awards Committee of the National Association of Research in Science Teaching (judged national award winners)
National Science Foundation (November 1-3) Judged science teacher enhancement awards as a member of a panel
Reviewed book by George DeBoer on Scientific Literacy for publisher (1 day)
Editorial Board, Journal of Activities in Psychotherapy Practice
Editorial Board, Journal of Technology in Counseling
Associate Editor, Journal of Poetry Therapy
Stetson University Counselor Education Program Board of Advisors
Member editorial board of Journal of Counseling and Development
President of North Carolina Counseling Association
Member of Governing Council for American Counseling Association
Winston-Salem/Forsyth County schools – counselors as leaders – 5 hours
Frederick County Public Schools, Winchester, VA. Conducted six Project CRISS Training Sessions for teachers from grades 3-12.
Curry School of Education, University of Virginia. Conducted one Project CRISS Training Session for adjunct faculty of the reading outreach program (over Christmas break)
Charlottesville City (VA) Schools. Conducted one Project CRISS Training Session for K-12 teachers.
Referee, Teaching Children Mathematics
Referee, Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School
Referee, Mathematics Teacher
Editorial Review, English Education
National Council of Teachers of English, Board of Directors
International Concerns Standing Committee, National Council Teachers of English
Old Dominion University, Tide Water Writing Project, July 2001
Secretary-Elect (term begins June 2002) of the Association for Assessment in Counseling National organization)
Redmond, Mary Lynn
Reviewer for Foreign Language Annals, published by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, 1994-Present
Reviewer for Learning Languages, published by the National Network for Early Language Learning, 1997-Present
Board Member, State Council of the Alliance for Language Learning, 1997-Present Co-Chair (board position), Political Action and Advocacy Committee, National Network for Early Language Learning, 1998-Present
Foreign Language Curriculum Committee for NC Teach, 2001-2002 Invited Foreign Language Methodologist and External Reviewer, National Distance Learning K-8 Foreign Language Methodology Series, South Carolina Educational Television, 2001-2003.
Advisory Board, Social Studies and the Young Learner, a referred research journal for the National Council for the Social Studies.
President, African-American Social Studies Educators, a National Council for the Social Studies affiliate
Consultant for Winston-Salem Forsyth County School's African-American Infusion Project, approximately five hours a month
Vice-President, Association of Teacher Educators-North Carolina
National Writing Project/US Dept. of Education
Master Teacher Fellows Program
University of North Carolina, General Administration
Scholarships for local children to participate in summer foreign language program