"An American Dilemma: African American Teachers and School Desegregation," in Wayne J. Urban, ed., Southern Education in the Twentieth Century, (New York: Garland Publishing, 1999): 163-198.
Cunningham, Patricia M. and Dorothy P. Hall. The Teachers’ Guide to the Four Blocks. Carson-Dellosa, 1999.
Cunningham, Patricia M. and Dorothy P. Hall. Month by Month Phonics for Second Grade. Carson-Dellosa, 1998.
Cunningham, Patricia M. and Dorothy P. Hall. Month by Month Phonics for Third Grade. Carson-Dellosa, 1998.
With Dorothy P. Hall. Videotape-The four blocks: A framework for reading and writing in classrooms that work. 1996, 2nd ed., 1999.
With James Hoffman, James W. Cunningham and Hallie Yopp. (1998). Phonemic awareness and the teaching of reading. Newark, DE: International Reading Association
What should we do about phonics? Best practices in literacy instruction. Guilford, 1999, 68-89.
With Dorothy P. Hall. Multilevel Word Study. Voices on word matters. Heinemann, 1999,
Looking for patterns: Phonics activities that help children notice how words work. Practicing what we know. NCTE, 1998, 87-107.
Baumert, J., Evans, R. & Geiser, H. (1998). Technical problem solving among 10-year-old students as related to science achievement, out-of-school experience, domain-specific control beliefs, and attribution patterns. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 35:9, pp. 987-1014.
Evans, R.H. (March, 1999). Methodological competence: using science processes to interpret and hypothesize about natural artifacts. An article and video-presentation published as a CD-ROM. 2nd International IPN Symposium on Scientific Literacy, Kiel, Germany.
Evans, R. and Emmett, Steven (March 1999). Aurora. An interactive physics education web-site. http://www.wfu.edu/aurora.
Group Work: A Counseling Specialty (1999). Prentice Hall. Upper Saddle River, NJ.
Gladding, S.T. (1999). The faceless nature of racism. Journal of Humanistic Education and Development, 37, pp. 182-187.
Gladding. S.T. (1998). Art Lerner: First impressions; lasting memories. Journal of Poetry Therapy, 12, pp. 5-8.
Henderson, D. A. & Gladding, S. T. (1998). The creative arts in counseling: A multicultural perspective. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 25, (3), 183-187.
Henderson, D. A. (1998). Manageable evaluation. Denver, CO: Love Publishing Company.
Two major textbook reviews
Joseph O. Milner
The Irony of Students Recognition of Irony in Texts. The Clearinghouse. Spring 1999.
Bridging English. (1999). Prentice Hall. 2nd Edition.
Ethical and Spiritual Dimensions of Children’s Literature. Lecture to Senior Scholars. April 27, 1999. Queens College, Charlotte, NC.
Greenwood, T., McCoy, L., Hoppe, B. & Ganzert, R. (1999). A Heuristic Examination of Instructional Technology in a Technology-Intensive Learning Environment. In J. D. Price, J. Willis, D. Willis, M. Jost & S. Boger-Mehall (Eds.) Proceedings of Society for Technology in Teacher Education 99 (pp. 1646-1649). Charlottesville, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education.
McCray, G. E., McCoy, L., Hoppe, B., Greenwood, T., Ganzert, R. (1999). The Pedagogical Merit of Information Technology: Teaching and Learning Outcomes in a Ubiquitous Computing Environment. In D.G. Brown (Ed.) Electronically Enhanced Education: A Case Study of Wake Forest University (pp. 84-94). Winston-Salem, NC: Wake Forest University Press.
McCoy, L., Griffith, R. & Gu, Y. (1999). Assessment from Multipurpose Surveys and Other Sources. In D.G. Brown (Ed.) Electronically Enhanced Education: A Case Study of Wake Forest University (pp. 94-100). Winston-Salem, NC: Wake Forest University Press.
"Stepmothers: Why so much stress?" Journal of Divorce and Remarriage, Spring issue
"Creating a Women’s Studies Internship Course." Feminist Collections, Summer issue
"Demeaning, demoralizing and disenfranchising divorced fathers." Journal of Divorce and Remarriage
"Teenagers and college students with divorced parents: Facts and Fiction." Journal of Counseling Psychology
Mary Lynn Redmond
Editor, Teacher to Teacher: Model Lessons for K-8 Foreign Language. Lincolnwood, IL: NTC/Contemporary Publishing, Inc., 1999.
"Attention! Are You Seeking a Position with Excellent Long-Term Benefits? Be an Advocate!" Learning Languages. Vol. 4, No. 1, Fall 1998, 4-9.II. Papers and Presentations
Panelist: "Where are We in Desegregation Studies," Paper presented at annual meeting of History of Education Society, Chicago, October 30, 1998
With Dorothy P. Hall. Findings From Four School Systems in Three Different States After Implementing the Four Blocks Literacy framework, National Reading Conference, Austin, Texas, 1998.
Listening to Erica read. National Reading Conference, Austin, Texas, December, 1998.
What phonics can do—and what it can’t. College Reading Association, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, November, 1998.
Teaching students phonics they can use. San Diego State 19th Annual Reading Conference, July, 1998.
The four blocks: A multilevel, multimethod framework. Southeastern Reading Recovery Conference, January, 1999.
Evans, R. (July 1998). Applying constructivism in the Physics classroom. Invited colloquium at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin Germany.
Evans, R. (October 1998). Methodological competence: using science processes to interpret and hypothesize about natural artifacts. A paper presented at the 2nd International IPN-Symposium on Scientific Literacy, Kiel, Germany.
Evans, R. & Michel, R. (November 1998). One-Page planning guide for new teachers. A paper presented at the NSTA Southern Area Convention, Birmingham, Alabama.
Evans, R. (January 1999). Use of the Internet to Achieve Educational Objectives. Invited colloquium at the Royal Danish School for Educational Studies, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Evans, R.H. and Emmert, Steven (March, 1999). Designing and constructing an interactive web site to teach about the aurora. A paper presented at the annual National Association of Research in Science Teaching convention, Boston, Massachusetts.
Evans, R.H. (March, 1999). Feeling the Nature of Science Through Authentic Engagement and the Learning Cycle. Paper for a symposium presented at the annual National Association of Research in Science Teaching Conference, Boston, Massachusetts.
The Creative Arts in Counseling: Why, Where and How to use them. Vanderbilt University, December 1998; University of South Carolina, October 1998; Rollins College, January 1999; University of North Carolina at Charlotte, April 1999.
Life Span Development: A new way of teaching an old course. Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference, Montgomery, AL, October 1998.
Tapping into your creativity, Kennedy Visiting Lecturer, Ohio University, October 1998.
Using the creative arts in groups, ASGW Group-A-Rama, Albuquerque, NM, January 1999.
Making groups work, North Carolina Counseling Association Conference, Greensboro, February 1999.
Making it to the top: Publishing strategies of the top 1% of contributors to the Journal of Counseling and Development. American Counseling Association World Conference, San Diego, April 1999.
Teaching Family Dynamics and Counseling through the use of literature. National Association for Poetry Therapy Conference, Charleston, SC. May 1999.
A growing body of Volunteers: Implications for counselors. San Diego, CA: American Counseling Association World Conference.
Manageable evaluation. Lake Chiemsee, Germany: American Counseling Association – European Branch.
Counseling and Development. Montgomery, AL: Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision.
McCoy, L.P. (1998, October). Remarkable Women: Discovering Role Models in Mathematics. Paper presented at National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Meeting, Hartford, CT.
McCoy, L. P. (1998, October). Web Work: Statistics with Internet Data. Paper presented at North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics Meeting, Greensboro, NC.
McCoy, L. P. (1999, February). Remarkable Women Mathematicians: Past, Present and Future. Paper presented at National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Meeting, Charlotte, NC.
McCoy, L. P., Ganzert, R., Greenwood, T., & Hoppe, B. (1999, February). Technology Integration by University Faculty. Paper presented at Eastern Educational Research Association Meeting, Hilton Head, SC.
McCoy, L. P., Ganzert, R., Greenwood, T., & Hoppe, B. (1999, April). A Study of Computer-Enhanced Learning on a Ubiquitous-Computing Campus. Paper presented at American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Montreal, CAN.
McCoy, L. P. (1999, April). Continuing our Journey via the Information Highway: Math on the Internet. Paper presented at National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
Joseph O. Milner
Student Recognition of Irony in Three Texts" NCTE. March 1999. Cincinnati, OH.
The Impact of Student Research on Their Teaching. NCTE, Cincinnati, OH.
Action Research by Student Teachers. NCTE. November 1998. Nashville, TN.
Mary Lynn Redmond
"Advocacy: What Works," (panelist), American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Chicago, IL, November 21, 1998.
"On Vous PrÈsente Guignol: Acteur et Professeur," Foreign Language Association of North Carolina, High Point, NC, November 5-7, 1998.
Paper, Blending the Five Themes of Geography with African-American Children's Literature, presented at the Southeast Regional Social Studies Conference, Greensboro, NC, February 19, 1999.
Paper, Social Studies Curriculum Review, presented at the Southeast Regional Social Studies Conference, Greensboro, NC, February 18, 1999.
Paper, Infusing African-American Literature into the Elementary Mathematics Curriculum, presented at the North Carolina Council for Mathematics, Greensboro, NC, October 30, 1998.
Paper, Multicultural Teaching Tools For the 21st Century, presented at the National Association for Multicultural Education Annual Conference, October 9, 1998, St. Louis, Missouri.III. Editorships, Offices,and Consultancies
Member editorial board History of Education Quarterly.
Kankakee, Illinois 3 days
Albuquerque, New Mexico, 2 days
Indiana, 1 day
Connecticut, 1 day
Member Master’s Thesis Awards Committee of National Association for Research in Science Teaching
Associate Editor, Journal of Poetry Therapy
Editorial Board, The Arts in Psychotherapy
Editorial Board Journal for Humanistic Education and Development
President for Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision
Winston-Salem Schools – Volunteer
Rotary and Lions Club – Speaker
Editorial Board – Journal for Research on Computing in Education
Editorial Board – Interactive Multimedia Electronic Journal
National Faculty: Southeast Missouri State University, Summer, 1998, 2 weeks
National Faculty: Macon, MS, October, 1998, 2 days
National Faculty: Batesville, MS, April, 1999, 2 days
National Faculty: Covington, TN, April, 1999, 2 days
Joseph O. Milner
Children’s Literature in Education. Editorial Board
Membership Chair, International Assembly
Liaison to National Council of Teachers of English, North Carolina English Teachers Association
National Writing Project, two days in Washington, DC
Tidewater Writing Project, 1 Day
Director, North Carolina Writing Project, 4 site visits
Mary Lynn Redmond
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 Dimension, published by the Southern Conference on Language Teaching, 1998-99.
Past President, Foreign Language Association of North Carolina, 1997-98.
Past President, National Network for Early Language Learning, 1997-98.
Chair, Nominating Committee, National Network for Early Language Learning, 1997-98.
Co-Chair, Political Action and Advocacy Committee, National Network for Early Language Learning, 1998-Present.
Chair, Committee for the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages 1999 Florence Steiner Award for Leadership in Foreign Language Education, K-12.
Chair, Nominating Committee, Foreign Language Association of North Carolina, 1997-98.
Chair, Bylaws Committee, Foreign Language Association of North Carolina, 1997-98.
Board Member, Alliance for Language Learning, 1997-Present.
Foreign Language Methodologist, State of South Carolina, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, June 24, 1999 (one day).
"Writing to Read and Reading to Write: Strategies for the Middle and High School Foreign Language Program," Pitt County Schools, Greenville, NC, March 22-23, 1999 (2 days).
"K-12 Foreign Language Articulation: A Milestone for the Millennium?" School District of Lexington and Richland Counties, Irmo, SC, February 15, 1999 (one day).
Rhode Island FLES Endorsement Project, 1998-99 (advisor).
New Jersey World Languages Curriculum, 1998-99 (advisor).
World Trade Council of the Long Island Association and New York State Association of Foreign Language Teachers, 1997-98 (advisor).
Consultation with Trinity Center
Editorial Board, Theory and Research in Social Education, a referred research journal for the National Council for the Social Studies, 1999-present.
Editor and Facilitator for the K-3 Social Studies Manual written with chosen elementary classroom teachers to be used in lieu of a textbook by all K-3 teachers in the Winston-Salem Forsyth County School System
Editor, The Association of Teacher Educators of North Carolina's Newsletter, 1997-present.
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
Vice-President, Association of Teacher Educators-North Carolina
Programs of Excellence Coordinator, North Carolina Council for the Social Studies 1998-Present.
Consultant for Winston-Salem Forsyth County School's African-American Infusion Project
Consultant, Kemet Summer Youth Academy, a summer enrichment program for African-American studentsIV. External Grants Received
Topic: Education and Outreach for The Dipper Satellite
$ Requested: $1,850,000 $ Funded: $0
With Development Office
Topic: Environmental Studies
Agency: Coca Cola
$ Requested: $50,000 $ Funded: $50,000
With Development Office
Topic: Environmental Studies
Agency: Pricket Fund
$ Requested: $10,000 $ Funded: $10,000
Topic: National Writing Project
Agency: US Department of Education
$ Requested: $14,000 $ Funded: $18,000
Topic: North Carolina Writing Project
Agency: North Carolina Board of Education
$ Requested: $79,000 $ Funded: $79,000