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

Plastics in the Environment: A Jigsaw Learning Activity, Kristen Keele, Elaine M. Hampton, Wen-Yee Lee, and Mary Ann Wallace

How to Incentivize Students to Graduate Faster, Olga M. Kosheleva

Mayan and Babylonian Arithmetics Can Be Explained by the Need to Minimize Computations, Olga M. Kosheleva

When to Let in Late Students?, Olga M. Kosheleva

How Accurately Should We Write on the Board? When Marking Comments on Student Papers?, Olga M. Kosheleva and Martine C. Ceberio

How to Define Mean, Variance, etc., for Heavy-Tailed Distributions: A Fractal-Motivated Approach, Vladik Y. Kreinovich and Olga M. Kosheleva

Examining the impact of science fairs in a Mexican-American community., Miguel Licona and Elaine M. Hampton

Learning Science in multilingual settings, Miguel Licona and Elaine M. Hampton

Binational border collaboration for teacher educators, Olga Liguori, Elaine M. Hampton, and Susan Rippberger

Towards Unique Physically Meaningful Definitions of Random and Typical Objects, Luc Longpre and Olga M. Kosheleva

Academic Literacy Development: Insights on Bilingual Grduate Student Writing, Ana H. Macias


Homo sapiens—an endangered species? (¿Homo sapiens—una especie en vía de extinction?), William J. Medina-Jerez

Students’ interpretation of animal aggressive behavior: A discourse analysis., William J. Medina-Jerez

The status of science education in Latin American countries, William J. Medina-Jerez

A scalar analysis of Paraguayan bilingual education policy implementation, Katherine Mortimer


Communicative event chains in an ethnography of Paraguayan language policy., Katherine Mortimer

Students’ attitude towards birds: An international study., Pavol Prokop, C. Randler, and William J. Medina-Jerez

Inquiry science in bilingual classrooms, Isela Rosa Rodriguez and Elaine M. Hampton

'Religious Right and 'The right religion': Multicultural and educational impacts.', Cesar A. Rossatto and Elaine M. Hampton


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

Betwixt and being tween in a Mexican American 5th grade classroom: Understanding gender and literacy implications., Cynthia Soto-Ramirez and Heriberto Godina

Integrating health literacy and ESL through the development of an interdisciplinary health literacy curriculum for Hispanic immigrants , Barry Thatcher, Francisco G. Soto Mas, Erika L. Mein, Brenda Oriana Fuentes, and Hector G. Balcazar

Towards More Detailed Value-Added Teacher Assessments: How Intervals Can Help, Karen Villaverde and Olga M. Kosheleva

Towards More Detailed Value-Added Teacher Assessments: How Intervals Can Help, Karen Villaverde and Olga M. Kosheleva

Computations under Time Constraints: Algorithms Developed for, Karen Villaverde, Olga M. Kosheleva, and Martine C. Ceberio

Linguistic Anthropology, Stanton E.F. Wortham and Katherine Mortimer

Kinematic Spaces and de Vries Algebras: Towards Possible Physical Meaning of de Vries Algebras, Francisco Zapata and Olga M. Kosheleva

How to Tell When a Product of Two Partially Ordered Spaces Has a Certain Property?, Francisco Zapata, Karen Villaverde, and Olga M. Kosheleva

Submissions from 2012

Technology of integration in the US pedagogy, Nikolai K. Chapaev and Mourat A. Tchoshanov

Comparing secondary mathematics teacher preparation in Russia and USA, Maria D. Cruz, Mourat A. Tchoshanov, and Karla Huereca

Curriculum analysis of secondary mathematics teacher preparation in Russia: Transitioning to new standards, Maria D. Cruz, Mourat A. Tchoshanov, and Karla Huereca

Gender and connectedness in mathematics classroom: The case of spatial reasoning, Raymond Falcon and Mourat A. Tchoshanov

Teacher training in the US as a factor of national security, Mourat A. Tchoshanov

Teacher training in the US: Problems and perspectives, Mourat A. Tchoshanov

Challenges in assessing college students’ conception of duality: Case of infinity, Mourat A. Tchoshanov, Grace O. Babarinsa, and Benjamin R. McDermott

Assessing college students' conception of duality: The case of infinity, Mourat A. Tchoshanov, Grace O. Babarinsa, and Benjamin R. McDermott

Assessing Pre-Service Elementary Teachers’ Disposition Toward Mathematics Using Open-Ended Metaphor, Mourat A. Tchoshanov, Ruby L. Lynch-Arroyo, and Benjamin R. McDermott

Pre-service elementary teachers' affective disposition toward mathematics, Mourat A. Tchoshanov, Ruby L. Lynch-Arroyo, and Benjamin R. McDermott

Documents from 2009


La industria tabaquera y la promoción del tabaquismo entre los menores y jóvenes: una revisión internacional, Francisco Soto Mas

Documents from 2008


Capacity building of biodefense informatics for public health preparedness and response in rural regions: EpiInfo, GIS, and data management training, Chiehwen Ed Hsu and Francisco Soto Mas


Assessing Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response of Rural Veterinarians: Experiences and Training Needs, Francisco Soto Mas


Correlates of tobacco cessation counseling among Hispanic physicians in the US: a cross-sectional survey study, Francisco Soto Mas

Documents from 2007

A Spatial-Temporal Approach to Surveillance of Prostate Cancer Disparities in Population Subgroups, Ed Hsu and Francisco Soto Mas

Promotores de salud: educating Hispanic communities on heart-healthy living, Medina, Balcázar, Luna Hollen, Nkhoma and Francisco Soto Mas

Documents from 2006

Surveillance of the Colorectal Cancer Disparities Among Demographic Subgroups: A Spatial Analysis, CE Hsu and Francisco Soto Mas


Public Health Preparedness of Health Providers: Meeting the Needs of Diverse, Rural Communities, Chiehwen Ed Hsu, Francisco Soto Mas, and Holly Jacobson

Physician Assistants and Bioterrorism Preparedness, Francisco Soto Mas

Documents from 2005

Assessing the readiness and training needs of non-urban physicians in public health emergency and response, CE Hsu and Francisco Soto Mas