Faculty Members' Recent and Forthcoming Publications

Lynn, C., & Lee, S. (in press). Prayer and poultry processing: Korean immigrant adaptation strategies in the American deep south. Qualitative Report.

Barac, R., Bialystok, E., Castro, D. C., Sanchez, M. (2014). The Cognitive development of young dual language learners: A critical review. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 29(4), 699-714. www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0885200614000088.

Barreto, D. (2015). Definitions, motivations and learning practices in games and virtual worlds for children. In M. Orey, S. A. Jones, & R. Branch (Eds.), Educational Media and Technology Yearbook. New York: Springer.

Barreto, D., & Orey, M. (2014). Introduction: Trends and issues in learning, design and technology. In M. Orey, S. A. Jones, & R. Branch (Eds.), Educational Media and Technology Yearbook (Vol. 38). New York: Springer.

Catapano, S., Thompson, C. M., Carillo, S. (in press). More Mirrors in the Classroom: Using Urban Children's Literature to Increase Literacy. Lanham, MD: Roman & Littlefield, Education Division.

Chen, S. J. (2014). Instructional design strategies for intensive online courses: An objectivist-constructivist blended approach. Journal of Interactive Online Learning, 13(1), 72-86. (Reprinted from Journal of Interactive Online Learning, 6(1), 72-86). [Online] http://www.ncolr.org/issues/jiol/v13/n1/3.

Deal, D., Pastore, R. (2014). SimSchool. Computers in the Schools, 32(3), 197-219.

Deale, D., Pastore, R. (2014). An analysis of simSchool, an instructional simulation for preservice teachers, using an instructional design framework grounded in the Model-Centered Instructional Theor. Computers in the Schools.

Ertzberger, J. and Martin, F. (2016), Use of Fitness Bands by Teachers. TechTrends. Accepted article. To be published.

Gill, D. M. (in press). Uncanny, a novel. HarperCollins.

Housand, B. C., Housand, A. (in press). The best of both worlds: Technology as a pathway for meaningful choice. Waco, TX: Prufrock Press.

Lewis, S., Garrett Dikkers, A., Whiteside, A. (2015) Providing chances for students to recover credit: Is online learning a solution?. In Mary Rice (Ed.), Exploring Pedagogies for Diverse Learners Online. Emerald.

Garrett Dikkers, A., Lewis, S., Whiteside, A. (2015) Blended learning for students with disabilities: The North Carolina Virtual Public School's co-teaching model. In M. Rice (Ed.), Exploring Pedagogies for Diverse Learners Online. Emerald.

Martin, F. and Ertzberger, J. (2015), Effects of reflection type in the here and now mobile learning environment. British Journal of Educational Technology. doi: 10.1111/bjet.12327.

Mihai, F.M. & Pappamihiel, N.E. (2014). Accommodations and English learners: Inconsistencies in policies and practice. Tapestry journal. 6(2), 1-9.

Moallem, M., Morge, S., Narayan, S., & Tagliarini, G. A (2015), The Power of Computational Modeling and Simulation for Learning STEM Content in Middle and High Schools. In Michael Urban and David Falvo (Eds.), Improving K-12 STEM Education Outcomes through Technological Integration (p. 135-171), IGI Publishing Inc. ISBN-10: 1466696168.

Moallem, M. (2015). The impact of synchronous and asynchronous communication tools on learner self-regulation, social presence, immediacy, intimacy and satisfaction in collaborative online learning. The Online Journal of Distance Education and e-Learning, 3 (3),55-77.

Pappamihiel, N.E. & Lynn, C.A. (in press). Adaptations for English language learners: Differentiating between linguistic and instructional accommodations. TESL-EJ.

Pappamihiel, N.E. & Hatch, J.K. (2015). Using digital storytelling as a Language Experience Approach activity: Integrating English learners into a museum field trip. Childhood Education. In press.

Pappamihiel, N.E. & Lynn, C.A. (2014). How can monolingual teachers take advantage of learners' native language in class? Childhood Education. 90(4), 291-297.

Pastore, R., A. R. (2015). Using time-compression to make multimedia learning more efficient: Current research and practice. Techtrends, 59(2), 66-74.

Pastore, R. (2014). Multimedia: Learner Preferences For Multimedia Learning. Journal of Multimedia Processing and Technologies, 5(4), 134-144.

Ritzhaupt, A., Pastore, R., Davis, R. (2015). Effects of captions and time-compressed video on learner performance and satisfaction. Computers in Human Behavior, 59(1), 222-227.

Robertson, J., Smith, R. W., Rinka, J. (2015). How Did Successful High School Improve Their Graduation Rates. Journal of At-Risk Issues.

Roseboro, D. (in press). Talking Back. In B. Marina & S. Ross (Eds.) Beyond Retention: Cultivating Spaces of Equity, Justice, and Fairness for Women of Color in U.S. Higher Education. Information Age Publishing.

Roseboro, D.; Lewis, S.; Buchanan, L.; Higgins. H. Schlichting, K.; Brinkley, B. (2014). Immersion in the field: The Elementary Block Network in the Watson College of Education at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. School-University Partnerships 7(2), 13-18.

Roseboro, D. & Thompson, C. (2014). "To Virgo or Not To Virgo": Examining the Closure and
Reopening of a Neighborhood School in a Predominantly African American Community. Equity
& Excellence in Education 47(2). 187-207.

Roseboro, D. (2014). Mediated Youth, Curriculum, & Cyberspace: Pivoting the In-Between. In A. Ibrahim and S. Steinberg (Eds.) (pp. 360-369). The critical studies youth reader. New York: Peter Lang.

Sanchez, M., Noblit, G. W. (in press). In R. Papa & F. English (Ed.), Education without nationalism: Locating leadership when borders no longer hold. New York: Springer.

Yang, J., Huiju, K., Chen, S-J., Huang, R. (2014). Strategies for Smooth and Effective Cross-Cultural Online Collaborative Learning. Journal of Educational Technology & Society. 17(3), 208-221. [Online] http://www.ifets.info/journals/17_3/16.pdf.