Recent Publications, Presentations, Grants

Pearson, P.D., Goatley, V.J., (July 2, 2013). Literacy Research Panel Response to the NCTQ Teacher Education Report. www.reading.org/lrp-nctq.

Scanlon, D.M., Anderson, K.L., & Vellutino, F.R. (2013). The Interactive Strategies Approach to early literacy intervention. In D. Barone and M. Mallette (Eds.), Best Practices in Early Literacy (pp.283-304). New York: Guilford Press.

Ivey, G., & Johnston, P. H. (2013). Engagement with young adult literature: Outcomes and processes. Reading Research Quarterly, 48(3), 255-275.

Sheehy, M. (2013). What does human geography have to do with classroom? In K Hall, T. Cremin, B. Comber, and L. C. Moll (eds), International Handbook of Research on Children's Literacy, Learning, and Culture. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 400-411.

Johnston, P. (2013, May 7). Opening Minds-Using language to change lives. Keynote address at the annual meeting of the Magnet Schools of America, Tulsa, OK.

Goatley, V. (2013). Does the edTPA have research behind it? In the “Ask a Researcher” component of the Literacy Research Panel website. http://www.reading.org/General/Publications/blog/LRP/post/literacy-researchpanel/ 2013/04/12/does-the-edtpa-have-research-behind-it.

Hinchman, K., Goatley, V. (2013, April). What school leaders need to know about literacy. A presentation at the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Goatley, V.J., (2013, April). Reading research institute 2013: Next steps in the implementation of common standards. A panel presentation at the International Reading Association conference, San Antonio, TX.

Goatley, V.J. (2013, April). The IRA Literacy Research Panel: Big ideas, literacy needs, and national priorities. A panel presentation at the International Reading Association conference, San Antonio, TX.

Goatley, V. J., (2013, April). The IRA Literacy Research Panel: Policy issues and impact. A panel presentation at the International Reading Association conference, San Antonio, TX.

Goatley, V.J., (2013, April). An update: Roles and responsibilities of reading specialist/literacy coaches. A panel presentation at the International Reading Association conference, San Antonio, TX.

Scanlon, D.M. (2013, April). Connecting the ELA CCSS in and across Instructional Contexts. Invited presentation for the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Literacy (Un) conference.

Malavasic, J. (2013, April). Literacy collaborations: Exploring the relationship between literacy tutors and students as a motivating factor in adolsecent girls' literacy engagement and growth. Poster session presented at the International Reading Association Annual Convention, San Antonio, TX.

Ivery, G., & Johnston, P. (2013, April 21). A Mixed Methods Study of Literacy Engagement and its Influence on Youth Identities and Relationships. Elva Knight research poster. Annual meeting of the International Reading Assocation, San Antonio, TX.

Johnston, P., Althoff, S., Faulkner, A., Ford, K., Hill, E., Ivey, G., Johnson, J., Lundstrum, B., Nichols, M., & Teachy, B. (2013, April 19). Engaging books, engaging talk and engaged readers: accelerating academic, personal and social development and exceeding the Common Core State Standards. Preconvention institute. Annual meeting of the International Reading Association, San Antonio, TX.

Goatley, V. (2013). Influencing literacy policy and practice: A life's journey. A presentation at the New York State Reading Association Assembly of Delegates, Albany, NY.

Johnston, P. (2013, March 16). Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development annual meeting (with Gay Ivey and Maria Nichols) “Developing the whole child through engaged reading and engaged talk.” Chicago, IL.

Johnston, P. (2013, March 10). Michigan Reading Association, two featured sessions “Opening Minds” and “Capitalizing on the promise of RTI” Grand Rapids, MI.

Johnston, P. (2013, March 7). Wisconsin RTI Summit, Featured session (with Kathy Champeau, Andrea Burmesch and Sarah Ignasiak) “Accelerating Literacy Development.” Greenbay, WI.

Johnston, P. (2013, February 8). Engagement, literacy learning communities and the common core. Featured session at the annual meeting of the Wisconsin Reading Association, Milwaukee, WI.

Johnston, P. (2013, February 8). Making Use of Educational Research for Educational Change. Panel discussion at the annual meeting of the Wisconsin Reading Association, Miwaukee, WI.

Scanlon, D. (2013, February 7). Strategic Word Solving: A Critical Component of the Interactive Strategies Approach (ISA). Presentation for the Wisconsin State Reading Association Annual Convention, Milwaukee, WI.

Johnston, P. (2013, February 7). Opening Minds--Using language and engagement to change lives. Keynote address at the Association of Wisconsin School Administrators, The Dells, WI.

Johnston, P. (2013, February 3). Capitalizing on the promise of RTI in literacy. Keynote address at the annual meeting of the Reading Recovery Council of North America, Columbus, OH.

Vokatis, B., & Zhang, J. (2012). Characterizing the Identity of Three Knowledge Building Teachers. American Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Vancouver, Canada.

Goatley, V.J., Frost, S., Shettel, J. (2012, November). Changing roles of literacy specialists and coaches. A presentation at the National Council of Teachers of English, Las Vegas, NV.

Bean, R.M., Goatley, V.J. (2012, November). Roles and responsibilites of reading specialists and literacy coaches: A national survery. A presentation at the Literacy Research Association, San Diego, CA.

Anderson, K., Scanlon, D., Goatley, V., Gelzheiser, L., DeSarbo, A. (2012, November). Enhancing teacher knowledge and skills related to early literacy instruction. A presentation at the Literacy Research Association, San Diego, CA.

Johnston, P. (2012, November 17). Opening Minds--Using language and engagement to change lives. First Annual Literacies, Cultures, and Langugage Institute Conference. University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI.

Johnston, P. (2012, November 15). Opening Minds--Using language and engagement to change lives. Reading Recovery Council of Michigan Institute, Troy, Michigan.

Scanlon, D.M. (2012, November). Reducing the incidence of early reading difficulties: The impact of the Interactive Strategies Approach. Invited research presentation, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA.

Scanlon, D.M. (2012, November). Early intervention for reading difficulties: The Interactive Strategies Approach. Invited George Graham Lecture, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA.

Goatley, V.J. (2012). Slicing and dicing the ELA Common Core Standards. Principal, 92 (1), 16-21.

Hinchman, K., Goatley, V.J. (2012). Leading literacy programs that foster excellence in all students. In G. Theoharis & J. Brooks (Eds.), What every principal needs to know to create equitable and excellent schools (pp.13-30). NY: Teachers College Press.

Wissman, K. (2012-2013 Grant). Global literacy communities. Worlds of Words. Longview Foundation for Education in World Affairs and International Understanding.

Wiseman, A. & Wissman, K. (in press). "People suffer more than you think": Witnessing trauma in children's poetry. 61st Yearbook of the Literacy Research Association.

Wissman, K., Costello, S., Hamilton, D. (2012). "You're like yourself": Multimodal literacies in a reading support class. Changing English: Studies in Culture and Education, 19 (3), 325-338.

Johnston, P.H. (2012). Guiding the budding writer: How to help students see themselves as authors. Educational Leadership, 70 (1), 64-67.