Publications, Performances, Exhibits
Cunningham, P. M. & Hall, D. P. Month by Month Phonics for First Grade. Greensboro, NC: Carson Dellosa, 1997.
Cunningham, P. M. & Hall, D. P. Month by Month Phonics for Upper Grades. Greensboro, NC: Carson Dellosa, 1998.
Cunningham, P. M. & Hall, D. P. Month by Month Reading and Writing for Kindergarten. Greensboro, NC: Carson Dellosa, 1997.
Cunningham, P. M. & Allington, R. L. Classrooms that Work: They Can All Read and Write, 2nd. New York: Addison Wesley/Longman, 1998.
Moore, D. W., Moore, S. A, Cunningham, P. M. & Cunningham, J. W. Developing Readers and Writers in Content Areas, 3rd ed.. New York: Addison Wesley/Longman, 1998.
Cunningham, P. M. & Hall, D. P. The four blocks: A balanced framework for literacy in primary classrooms. In Harris, K. R., Graham, S., & Deshler, D. Teaching Every Child Every Day. Cambridge, MA: Brookline Books, 1998, 32-77.
Cunningham, P. M., Hall, D. P., & Defee, M. Nonability-grouped, multilevel instruction: Eight years later. The Reading Teacher, 51, 1998, 652-665.
Cunningham, P. M. The multisyllabic word dilemma: Helping students build meaning, spell and read "big" words. Reading & Writing Quarterly, 14, 189-218.
Cunningham, P. M. The Reading Clinic,
a monthly column in Instructor Magazine, September-April, 1997-98.
Geiser, H., Baumert, J. & Evans. R (1997). Auswirkungen der Fernsehnutzung auf Alltagserfahrungen, Kontrollüberzeugungen und Leistungen in Sachunterricht bei Grundschulkindern. In Marquardt-Mau, B., Köhnlein, W. & Lauterbach, Re. (Eds.), Forschung zum Sachunterricht (pp. 77-100). Bad Heilbrunn, Germany: Julius Klinkhardt.
Evans, R. H. (1997). A challenge to the science education community: Morris H. Shamos’ The Myth of Scientific Literacy. In Gräber, W. & Bolte, C. (Eds.), Scientific Literacy (pp. 103-120). Kiel, Germany: IPN.
Koballa, T., Kemp, A., & Evans. R., (1997). The Spectrum of Scientific Literacy. Science Teacher, 64:7, pp. 27-31.
Booth at Tech Fair.
Family Therapy: History, Theory, and Practice. (1998). (2nd Edition). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.
Counseling as an art: The Creative Arts in Counseling. (1998). (2nd Edition). Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association.
Stories and the art of counseling.
(1997). Journal of Humanistic Education and Development, 36, 68-73.
School Counseling chapter in Ethical
& Professional Issues in Counseling.
Milner, Joseph O.
Flossie Ebonics: Subtle Sociolinguistic Messages in Flossie and the Fox. The New Advocate. Vol. 10, Number 3.
"Writing Assessment for a New Millenium." Chapter in The Challenge of change: Assessment in the 21st Century. January, 1998. P. 40-48.
"Living with Tension: Doing English and Talking Pedagogy." Chapter in Teaching College English and English Education. ed., McCracken, T. and Larson, R. pp. 174-187.
"Deciding to Lead." The Quarterly.
Vol. 20, No. 1, pp. 30-33.
Redmond, Mary Lynn
Eileen Lorenz and Mary Lynn Redmond, "Introduction" to Critical Issues in Early Second Language Learning: Building for Our Children’s Future. ed. Myriam Met, Glenview, Illinois: Addison Wesley Educational Publishers, Inc., pp. xv-xxiii.
Mary Lynn Redmond, "Notes from the
President," in Learning Languages, 2, No. 2, 2; 2; No. 3, 2; 3,
No. 1, 2.
Papers and Presentations
"Balancing Tensions," paper presented
at Best Practice Conference, Wake Forest University, March 27-28, 1998.
The Relationship Between Young Readers' Knowledge of Onset/Rime and Decoding of One-Syllable Words and Non-Words. National Reading Conference, Phoenix, AZ, December 1997.
What Phonics Can Do For Us--And What it Can't. Keynote Address, International Reading Association National Meeting, Orlando, FL, May 1998.
The Role of Phonics in a Balanced Reading Program, International Reading Association National Meeting, Orlando, FL, May 1998.
Beginning Reading, A Featured Speech at the IRA National Forum, Straight Talk about Beginning Reading Instruction, Illinois, California, and Texas, 1998.
Phonics instruction in a balanced classroom. Rutgers 30th Conference on Reading and Writing, March 1998.
The four blocks: A framework for reading and writing in classrooms that work. Florida IRA, October 1997.
Phonics activities that work. Maryland IRA, March 1998.
Providing all children a balanced literacy
program. North Carolina IRA, March 1998.
Evans, R. & Clemmons, J. Using a new videotape, a hands-on activity and the learning cycle to give students a firsthand experience with the physics of the Earth’s aurora. A paper presented at the National Science Teachers Association convention, Las Vegas, NV, April 1998.
Kemp, A., Koballa, T., & Evans,
R. The nature of scientific literacy. A paper presented at the National
Science Teachers Association Convention, Las Vegas, NV, April 1998.
The Connection Between the Creative Arts, Therapies and Counseling. American Counseling Association World Conference, Indianapolis, IN, March 1998.
Draw a Crowd: Creative Arts and School Counseling Group. American School Counselor Association Conference, Nashville, TN, June 1997.
Counseling as an Art. Keynote address, European Branch – American Counseling Association, Bad Herrenalb, Germany, October 1997.
Humor in Counseling: The Light, the Bright, and the Serious. Keynote address, Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, Louisville, KY, October 1997.
Uses of the Creative Arts in Counseling:
A Workshop: Rollins College, January 1998; University of California-Bakersfield,
February 1998; University of Memphis, February 1998; Fairfield University,
Public Relations for School Counselors. North Carolina School Counselors Association.
File Folder Activities. American Counseling Association.
Focus Groups. American Counseling Association.
Leading Groups. North Carolina Counseling Association.
Creative Arts & Groups. ASCA.
Co-Chair, Tech Fair Committee, Fall 1997.
Judge. North Carolina State Science Fair, May 1998.
North Carolina State Department of Public Instruction, Accreditation Review Committee for Wingate College, October 1997.
Technology Consultant to WFU Departments of Economics, Education, History, Communications, Sociology, Politics, Religion, and Philosophy.
Presented faculty workshops in Development of Course Websites for 40 WFU faculty.
Presented Electronic Portfolio Demonstration
at Second Semiannual WFU Tech Fair.
Milner, Joseph O.
"Supervision and Action Research."
NCTE Annual Convention. Detroit, MI, November 1997.
Redmond, Mary Lynn
"National Standards and Early Language
Learning - Goals for Success," (with Eileen Lorenz), Southern Conference
on Language Teaching, Savannah, GA, February 28, 1998.
Paper, Blending African-American Children's Literature with the Five Themes of Geography, presented at the Geography for Life and the African-American Experience Summer Institute, North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching, Cullowhee, NC, June 24, 1998.
Paper, A Three-Step Approach to Transforming Cultures, presented at the National Council for the Social Studies 77th Annual Conference, Cincinnati, OH, November 22, 1997.
Presentation, Infusing African-American Children’s Literature into the Social Studies Curriculum, presented at the National Council for the Social Studies 78th Annual Conference, Cincinnati, OH, November 20, 1997.
Paper, Character Has No Color,
presented at the North Carolina Council for the Social Studies 28th
Annual Conference, Greensboro, NC, February 20, 1998.
Editorships and Consultancies
Editorial Board Member, History of
The Reading Teacher, 1997-98.
National Reading Conference Yearbook, 1997-98.
Journal of Reading Behavior, 1997-98.
Journal of Balanced Reading Instruction, 1996-97.
Kankakee, IL, 1 day.
Albuquerque, NM, 4 days.
Charles Co., MD, 1 day.
Burlington, NC, 4 days.
Editorial Review Board: School Science
Editorial Board Member, The Arts in Psychotherapy.
Associate Editor, Journal of Poetry Therapy.
Editorial Board, Counseling and Human Development.
Past President, Association for Counselor Education and Supervision.
Treasurer, National Association for Poetry Therapy.
Outside Evaluator, College of Education, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, WA.
Outside Evaluator, Counselor Education
Program, Stetson University, Deland, WA.
Member editorial board Journal of Humanistic Education & Development reviewer. Brooks-Cole Publishing & Prentice Hall Publishing.
President-elect Southern Association of Counselor Education & Development.
Education Trust. 2 days.
Editorial Board, Journal of Research on Computing in Education.
Editorial Board, Interactive Multimedia Electronic Journal.
National Faculty, Academic Session for Teachers, Lake Providence, LA, 2 days.
National Faculty, Academic Session for Teachers, Newark, NJ, 2 days.
National Faculty, Academic Session for Teachers, Yazoo City, MS, 2 days.
National Faculty, Summer Institute for Teachers, Southeast Missouri State University, 2 weeks.
Teacher Education Mentor Project, Mentor
for North Georgia College and State University, 4 days.
Milner, Joseph O.
Children’s Literature in Education, Editorial Board.
International Assembly, Membership Chair.
Tidewater Writing Project, ½ day.
Wautaga County Schools, ½ day.
NC Department of Public Instruction, ½ day.
Guilford County Schools, ½ day.
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.
Reviewer of ERIC Review Issue on Foreign Language Education, publication of ERIC Clearinghouse on Languages and Linguistics, August 1997.
Editor of Model Lessons developed at the NNELL Invitational Institute on the National Standards for Foreign Language Learning, 1997-Present.
Coordinator of arrangements for publication of Critical Issues in Early Second Language Learning: Building for Our Children’s Future, Addison Wesley Educational Publishers, Inc., 1998.
President, National Network for Early Language Learning, 1996-1997.
Past President, National Network for Early Language Learning, 1997-98.
Project Director, National Network for Early Language Learning Invitational Institute: Curriculum Reform for K-8 Foreign Language Education, 1996-97 (institute held July 9-12 at Wake Forest University).
Chair, Nominating Committee, National Network for Early Language Learning, 1997-98.
President, Foreign Language Association of North Carolina, 1995-97.
Past President, Foreign Language Association of North Carolina, 1997-98.
Chair, Nominating Committee, Foreign Language Association of North Carolina, 1997-98.
Chair, Constitution and Bylaws Committee, Foreign Language Association of North Carolina, 1997-98.
Coordinator of Prospective Teacher Scholarship, Foreign Language Association of North Carolina, 1996-Present.
Board Member, Alliance of the Foundation for International Education/Foreign Language Association of North Carolina, 1997-Present.
National Delegate to the Joint National Committee on Languages, 1995-Present.
World Trade Council of the Long Island Association and New York State Association of Foreign Language Teachers, 1997-98.
Foreign Language Methodologist, State
of South Carolina, Columbia College, SC, June 10-11, 1998.
Board of Directors, Association of Teacher Educators-North Carolina.
Board of Directors, North Carolina Council for the Social Studies.
Membership Committee, National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS).
Secretary and Treasurer, African-American Social Studies Educators, a NCSS affiliate.
Consultant for Winston-Salem Forsyth County School's African-American Infusion Project.
Consultant, Kemet Summer Youth Academy, a summer enrichment program for African-American students.
Seminar, "Using African-American Children’s
Literature as a Tool For After School Tutorial Programs", Emmanuel Tutorial
Program, Winston-Salem, NC, July 31, 1997.
External Grants Received
$67,327.00 requested. Transforming
School Counseling. Dewitt Wallace – Reader’s Digest Fund.
$45,000.00 funded of $45,000.00 requested.
Environmental Studies Program. Coca Cola, Whirlpool, and Waste/Management.
Joseph O. Milner
$14,000.00 funded of $14,000.00 requested. North Carolina Writing Project. National Writing Project.
$79,000.00 funded of $79,000.00 requested. North Carolina Writing Project. North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.
$45,000.00 funded of $45,000.00 requested.
Master Teacher Fellows Program. North Carolina Board of Education.
Mary Lynn Redmond
$1,800.00 funded of $1,800.00 requested.
National Network for Early Language Learning Invitational Institute on
the National Standards for Early Language Learning, Grades K-8.
American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages.