Submissions from 2015

Considering border pedagogy: Learning from fellow educators in Malaysia, Mexico, and Canada, Timothy G. Cashman

Considering international conflict and border violence: Social studies discussions at a United States border high school, Timothy G. Cashman

Critical border pedagogy: Choosing the path of critical border dialogue. Critical Education., Timothy G. Cashman

How to make sure that the grading scheme encourages students to learn all the material: fuzzy-motivated solution and its justification, Olga M. Kosheleva

One More Mathematical Argument in Favor of Interdisciplinary Research and Diversity, Olga M. Kosheleva and Leonardo Octavio Lerma

Global Climate Change and the Need for Relevant Curriculum, William H. Robertson

Building model NASA satellites: Elementary students studying science using a NASA-themed transmedia book featuring digital fabrication activities, Daniel A. Tillman, Song A. An, Rachel Boren, and David Slykhuis


Exploring wind power: Improving mathematical thinking through digital fabrication., Daniel A. Tillman, Song A. An, Jonathan Cohen, William Kjellstrom, and Rachel Boren

Creating an equitable classroom environment: A case study of a preservice elementary teacher learning what it means to "do Inquiry”, Elsa Y. Villa

Submissions from 2014

Elementary teachers’ design of arts based teaching: investigating the possibility of developing mathematics-music integrated curriculum, Song A. An and Daniel A. Tillman

Preservice teachers’ perception and strategies about teaching mathematics through music, Song A. An, Daniel A. Tillman, Andrea l. Shaheen, and Rachel Boren


Free and Open Source Tools (FOSTs): An Empirical Investigation of Pre-Service Teacher’s Competency, Attitude, and Pedagogical Intention., Joyce G. Asing-Cashman, Binod Gurung, Yam Limbu, and David Rutledge


How do Pre-service Teachers Explain Their Own Technology Growth in a Technology Integration Course, Joyce G. Asing-Cashman and David Rutledge

Why Trapezoidal and Triangular Membership Functions Work So Well: Towards a Theoretical Explanation, Aditi Barua, Lalitha Snigdha Mudunuri, and Olga M. Kosheleva

Facilitating conceptual change through modeling in the middle school science classroom, David J. Carrejo and Judy Reinhartz

Teachers fostering the co-development of science literacy and language literacy with English Language Learners, David J. Carrejo and Judy Reinhartz

Meaning Making and Translanguaging in a Two-Way Dual-Language Program on the U.S.-Mexico Border, Alberto Esquinca, Blanca Araujo, and Maria T. De La Piedra

Bilingualism as a Meaning-Making Resource for Learning Engineering, Alberto Esquinca, Erika L. Mein, Elsa Y. Villa, and Angelica Monarrez

Conservation of Energy Implies Conservation of Momentum: How We Can Explain Conservation of Momentum to Before-Calculus Students, Eric Freudenthal, Eric A. Hagedorn, and Olga M. Kosheleva

Minimization of Average Sensitivity as a Method of Selecting Fuzzy Functions and Operations: Successes and Limitations, Riya George, Suresh Subramanian, Alejandro Vega, and Olga M. Kosheleva

Addressivity in cogenerative dialogues, Pei-Ling Hsu


From authoritative discourse to internally persuasive discourse: Discursive evolution in teaching and learning the language of science. , Pei-Ling Hsu and Wolff-Michael Roth

Cultural resources mediating identity development of females in engineering and computer science, Pei-Ling Hsu and Elsa Y. Villa

Free Will in Non-Quantum Physics Implies that Either Energy-Momentum Is Not Conserved Or Symmetry Is Violated, Olga M. Kosheleva and Tyagi Sandeep

If Many Physicists Are Right and No Physical Theory Is Perfect, Then the Use of Physical Observations Can Enhance Computations, Olga M. Kosheleva and Michael Zakharevich

Sage and Thyme: Cases of teacher affective disposition through the lens of reflective transphenomenality, Ruby L. Lynch-Arroyo and Mourat A. Tchoshanov


Redefining Pedagogy: Dialogues on Transformative Immersion, Praxis, and Reflection, William H. Robertson and Judith H. Munter


Global Activism and Social Transformation vis-à-vis Dominant Forms of Economic Organization: Critical Education within Afro-Brazilian and Transnational Pedagogical Praxis., Cesar A. Rossatto Ph.D.


Space, relations, and the learning of science, Wolff-Michael Roth and Pei-Ling Hsu


Mexican (Im)migrant Students and Education: Constructions of and Resistance to ‘Illegality, Haley Seif, Char Ullman, and Guillermina Nunez-Mrchi

`Fuzzy' Multiple-Choice Quizzes and How to Grade Them, Shahnaz Shahbazova and Olga M. Kosheleva

Building Multidisciplinary Connections: Intersections of Content, Creativity, and Digital Fabrication Technologies., Shaunna Smith, Daniel A. Tillman, Punya Mishra, David Slykhuis, Curby Alexander, Danah Henriksen, Rhonda Church, and Adam Goodman

Engineering of Learning: Conceptualizing e-Didactics., Mourat A. Tchoshanov

Relationship Between Cognitive Types of Teacher Content Knowledge and Teaching Experience: Quantitative Study of Mexican Borderland Middle School Teachers, Mourat A. Tchoshanov and Maria D. Cruz Quinones

System of evaluation and recognition of teaching at the U.S. universities., Mourat A. Tchoshanov and Virginia Martinez

Three Keys to Fusing STEAM Education: Digital Multimedia, Design Tools, and Computer-based Adaptive Evaluation. , Daniel A. Tillman, Song A. An, meilan Zhang, and Rachel Boren

Innovative Digital Design Technologies that Support Student Creativity., Daniel A. Tillman, Shaunna Smith, Punya Mishra, and Danah Henriksen

Adult Education, Char Ullman

Citizenship Education, Char Ullman

Education, Char Ullman


Forbidden language: English learners and restrictive language policies by Patricia Gándara and Megan Hopkins, Char Ullman

Why Ellipsoid Constraints, Ellipsoid Clusters, and Riemannian Space-Time: Dvoretzky's Theorem Revisited, Karen N. Villaverde, Olga M. Kosheleva, and Martine C. Ceberio

Preservice Middle School Science Teacher’s Attitudes and Beliefs toward Biologically Diverse Animals, Ronald R. Wagler and Amy E. Wagler


Methods for the Ethnography of Communication: Language in Use in Schools and Communities, Judith Kaplan Weinger and Char Ullman


Sleepiest students in the world: Heavy media use and sleep deprivation, Meilan Zhang

Using collaborative action research for science teachers’ professional development, Meilan Zhang

Who are interested in online science simulations? Tracking a trend of digital divide in Internet use, Meilan Zhang

Submissions from 2013

Critical pedagogy towards a sociomoral classroom, Trisha D. Ainsa

Violence in the U.S. Mexico Border and Student’s Capital to Respond, Blanca E. Araujo and Maria T. De La Piedra

Alternatives to Round Robin reading, Patricia J. Becker-Johnson

QRI-3 and middle school teachers: Assessing your students, Patricia J. Becker-Johnson

Reading handbook, Patricia J. Becker-Johnson

Summer school curriculum for middle school reading, Patricia J. Becker-Johnson

Why not special education first? Special Education and Learners of English as a New Language, Patricia J. Becker-Johnson

Teachers fostering the co-development of science literacy and language literacy with English Language Learners, David J. Carrejo

Middle school teachers using models in the science classroom to facilitate conceptual change. , David J. Carrejo and Judy Reinhartz

Book review of Control: a History of Behavioral Psychology, by John A. Mills, New York University Press, Isis, v. 91, n. 2, June 2000., Martha Casas

Book review of Teachers as Owners: A Key to Revitalizing Public Education by Edward J. Dirkswager, Lanham: Scarecrow Press, Teachers College Record, v. 105, n. 7, September, 2003., Martha Casas

Chicana/Latina Education in Everyday Life: Feminista Perspectives on Pedagogy and Epistemology, Martha Casas

Cries for Social Efficiency in the Pedagogical Arenas of the Early Twentieth Century and the Early 1960s, Martha Casas

Designing an Anti-Racist Curriculum for Middle School Students in Texas via the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills, Martha Casas

Implementing Constructivist Web-Based Learning and Determining its Effectiveness on a Teacher Preparation Course, Martha Casas


Is the No Child Left Behind Act Adversely Impating the Academic Performance of Latino Students in the U.S.? Yes, Indeed!, Martha Casas

Jaime Escalante' in Grolier's Latino Encyclopedia, Martha Casas

Juggling in the barrio: Motivating Mexican and Chicano Middle School Students Enrolled in an Alternative Education Program to Learn via a Culturally Based Mini-Curriculum (A Case Study), Martha Casas

Making Pedagogical Theory Come Alive!, Martha Casas

Mother Goose Teaches on the Wild Side: Motivating Mexican and Chicano Youngters At-Risk for Dropping Out of School Due to Antisocial Behavior to Learn via a Multicultural Curriculum, Martha Casas

The Nation's Report Card: Evolution and Perspectives, Martha Casas

The Use of Skinnerian Teaching Machines and Programmed Instruction in the United States 1960-1970, Martha Casas

The Use of Standardized Tests in Assessing Authentic Learning-A Contradiction Indeed, Martha Casas

The U.S. Supreme Court and its Adjudication of Gong Lum v. Rice (1927) and Keyes (1973), Martha Casas

Viva Emiliano Zapata! Viva Benito Juarez! Helping Mexican and Chicano Middle School Students Develop a Chicano Consciousness via Critical Pedagogy and Latina/Latino Critical Race Theory, Martha Casas

Korean American student language, literacy and identity: Perspectives from an ethnographic case study. , Jeonghee Choi, Yeonsun (Ellie) Ro, and Heriberto Godina

Anay’s Will to Learn: A Woman’s Education in the Shadow of the Maquiladora., Anay Palomeque de Carrillo and Elaine M. Hampton

Consejo as a literacy event: A case study of a border Mexican woman, Maria T. De La Piedra

Developing a Teaching Style: Methods for Elementary School Teachers, Jorge A. Descamps

Teachers helping teachers: the path to school improvement. In Edutopia: Success Stories for Learning in the Digital Age Sara Armstrong, editor. The George Lucas Educational Foundation. Jossey-Bass,, Jorge A. Descamps

Poverty, culture, and literacy teacher education: Resisting deficit perspectives of students and their communities, Joel Dworin

Simultaneous biliteracy development: A key component of bilingual pedagogy? , Joel Dworin

Socializing pre-service teachers into mathematical discourse: The interplay between biliteracy and multimodality , Alberto Esquinca


Transfronteriza pre-service teachers managing, resisting and coping with the demands of mathematical discourse, Alberto Esquinca

Supporting Latino and English Language Learners’ Written Communication Skills A Research-Based Pedagogical Intervention, Alberto Esquinca, Elsa Y. Villa, and Gabriel Gandara

Cultural influences on students’ perceptions of science: An international study., Donna Farlang-Smith and William J. Medina-Jerez

A window into bilingual reading: The metacognitive and cognitive reading strategies of Mexican-American fourth graders., Georgia Earnest Garcia and Heriberto Godina

Implementing the Texas Master Science Teacher Program. The Texas Science Teacher. Fall, Brian H. Giza and Elaine M. Hampton

Integrating technology in the science classroom, Brian H. Giza and Judy Reinhartz

Five good things all good teachers of reading should do, L A. Gonzalez


Book Review for Pledging Allegiance: Learning Nationalism at the El Paso-Juarez Border by Susan Ripberger and Kathleen Staudt, Elaine M. Hampton

Globalizetion Legzcy: A View of U.S. Factory Involvement in Mexican Education, Elaine M. Hampton

Science concept learning in a dual language setting. The TABE Journal,, Elaine M. Hampton

Standardized or sterilized? Divergent perspectives on the effects of high-stakes testing in West Texas. In Angela Valenzuela. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press., Elaine M. Hampton


U.S. Economic Influences on Mexican Curriculum in Maquiladora Communities: Crossing the Colonizatoin line?, Elaine M. Hampton

Sor Juana: Woman of inquiry, Elaine M. Hampton and Meredith E. Abarca

Research for mutual understanding in diverse communities: A toolkit for educators. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall Hunt Publishing Company, Elaine M. Hampton and Sylvia Peregrino

Sick Children, Alternative Assessments, and What Happens at Home at Testing Time, Elaine M. Hampton and Reynaldo Reyes


Addressivity in cogenerative dialogues, Pei-Ling Hsu


The role of discursive resources in science talk , Pei-Ling Hsu

When Trouble Is Not Trouble: Repair-For-Participation in Learning Science, Pei-Ling Hsu


Preservice teachers’ identity discourse involved in their science learning narratives and science teaching philosophy statements, Pei-Ling Hsu, Giuliano Reis, and Angelica Monarrez