A comprehensive listing of faculty scholarship and creative work in 2010.
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Srilata Bhattacharyya wrote Do Cultural Forces Affect Self-Regulatory Factors in Learning: A Study of India and the United States (Germany: Lambert Academy Publishing, 2010). She and Anne Mungai presented “Dominant Factors in Understanding Multicultural Education: Do Our Students Really Get It?” and, she, with C. Tollett, presented “The Effect of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity on motivation and Self-Regulation” at the Second International Conference on Education Research, New Orleans, LA, September 2010.
Diane Caracciolo presented “Glimpses of This Unfamiliar Terrain: Contemplative Pedagogy and Michael Chekhov’s Acting method” at the Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education Second Annual Conference, Amherst, MA, September 2010.
Tara Concannon-Gibney, with A. Kelly and K. Willoughby, published Literacy in the 21st Century: Perspectives, Challenges & Transformations, Proceedings of the Reading Association of Ireland’s 33rd Annual International Conference (Dublin: Reading Association of Ireland, 2010). With B. murphy, she wrote “Reading Practice in Irish Primary Classrooms: Too Simple a View of Reading?” in Literacy, 3 (3), (2010, 11). She presented three papers: “Exploring Poetry in the Writer’s Workshop: A Genre Study Approach” at the keystone State Reading Association Annual Conference, Hershey, PA, October 2010; with B. Murphy, “Reading Practice in Irish Primary Schools: Too Simple a View of Reading?” at the Annual International Conference, Reading Association of Ireland, Dublin, Ireland, October 2010; and she, Emily Kang, and Mary McCarthy presented “Fostering Reading Comprehension in the Science Classroom: A Pilot Professional Development Project” at the National Reading Conference, Literacy Research Association, Fort Worth, TX, December 2010.
Susan Eichenholtz and Eloise Bellard (Library) presented “Embedding Information Literacy in an Educational Leadership Ethics and Law Course: From the Traditional Classroom to Blended and Beyond” at the National Council of Professors of Educational Administrators Council Summit, Washington, D.C., August 2010.
Daryl Gordon presented “Citizenship Education: Challenges and Opportunities in Southeast Asian American Communities” at the National Education Association, Washington, D.C., October 2010.
Patricia Marcellino presented “Collaboration, Teaming, and Teaching” at the Northeastern Educational Research Association Conference, Rocky Hill, CT, October 2010, and “Mentoring Faculty: A Pilot Program is Implemented at a Private University” at the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration, Washington, D.C., August 2010.
Carl Mirra published The Admirable Radical: Staughton Lynd and Cold War Dissent, 1945-1970, with a foreword by Howard Zinn (Kent State University Press, 2010). He presented “Why Counting on Apathy Might Not Be Enough…But Casualties Could Precipitate a Backlash” at the Historians Against the War: Afghanistan and the War on Terror Conference, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada, October 2010.
William Niles presented “Partnering with Conflict: A Role for Needs Based Negotiation in Teacher-Parent Collaboration” at the 10th International Conference on Diversity in Organizations, Communities, and Nations, Belfast, Northern Ireland, July 2010. He and Patricia Marcellino published “Partnering with Conflict: A Role for Needs Based Negotiation in Teacher-Parent Collaboration” in The International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities, and Nations, 10 (1), (2010, 8).
Evelyn O’Connor published “Using Information from the Observation Survey of Early Literacy Achievement to Improve Literacy Instruction” in the International Journal of Learning, 17 (10), (2010, 10). She presented two papers: “Using Information from the Observation Survey of Early Literacy Achievement to Improve Literacy Instruction” at the 17th International Conference on Learning, Hong Kong, July 2010; and, with A Yasik, “Response to Intervention: Information from the Reading Recovery Program” at the 19th Annual World Congress on Learning Disabilities, Fairfield, NJ, October 2010.
Michael A. O’Loughlin presented the following: “When Speech and Reason Falter: Working with Impossible Mourning” at the Fifth International Joint Psychoanalytic Conference, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, August 2010; “InterGenerational and Collective Trauma: A Psychological Perspective on the Great Famine” at the Glucksman Ireland House, New York University, New York, NY, October 2010; “Recreating the Social Link between Young Children and their Histories: Outline of a Recuperative Pedagogy for Indigenous Children and Families” at the Reconceptualizing Early Childhood Education: Research, Theory, and Practice 18 th Annual Conference, Georgia State University, Dalton, GA, October 2010; “Addressing the Colonial Shadow: Psychoanalyst as Cultural Inquirer and Cultural Worker” and “Ethical and Social Justice Conundrums in Doing Research in Zones of Social Abandonment; An Exploration of João Biehl’s “Vita” at the Annual Meeting of Association of Psychoanalysis, Culture, and Society, Rutgers University, Newark, NJ, October 2010; and, with M. Charles, J. Clemence, and G. Newman, “The Struggle for Connection and Place among Patients Designated Psychotic” at the International Society for the Study of Psychosis and the Schizophrenias, U.S. Meeting, Austen Riggs Center, Stockbridge, MA, November 2010.
Tamara Sewell presented, with C. Hitchcock, “Considering Social Justice and Picture Books” at the 26th Annual International Conference on Young Children with Special Needs and Their Families, Division of Early Childhood, Kansas City, MO, October 2010, and at the Annual Conference of the National Association for the Education of Young Children, Anaheim, CA, November 2010.
Stephen Shore presented the following: “Including Children with Autism in the Music Curriculum: Playing Instruments and Beyond” and, he and Shereeta Williams of Adelphi’s Speech and Hearing Center, with D. Gassner and L. Perner, presented “Making a Name for Myself: Developing Individual Self-Advocacy and Leadership Skills” at the Autism Society National Conference, Dallas, Tx, July 2010; with P. Schwarz, “Disclosure for People on the Autism Spectrum: Building for Greater Mutual Understanding” at the Asperger’s Association of New England, Marlborough, MA, September 2010; “Life On and Slightly to the Right of the Autism Spectrum” at the Center for School Crises Intervention and Assessment, Holyoke, MA, August 2010, at Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, September 2010, at the Families with Autism Spectrum Disorders Expo, Cincinnati, OH, September 2010, at Hench Autism Studies Program, Defiance College, Defiance, OH, October 2010, and at Hagedorn Little Village School, Seaford, NY, November 2010; “Teaching Music to Children on the Autism Spectrum” at the Boston Conservatory, Boston, MA, November 2010; “Learning to Self-Advocate from Kindergarten to Careers” at the Center for Understanding, Brentwood, KY, November 2010; “Preparing for Encounters with People on the Autism Spectrum” at the NYPD Training Academy, New York, NY, September 2010; “Options to Consider for Parents and Others Support People with Autism for Successful Transition to Adulthood” at the Families with Autism Spectrum Disorders Expo, Cincinnati, OH, September 2010; “Examining Promising Approaches for Educating Children with Autism to Lead Fulfilling and Productive Lives” with T. Grandin, A. Likens, and M. McManmon, “Self Advocacy—Experiences, Perspectives, and Challenges” at the U.S. Autism and Asperger Association World Conference, St. Louis, MO, October 2010; “Success with Autism: Using Our Strengths for Achieving a Fulfilling and Productive Life—Just Like Everyone Else” at the Educational Service Center Region 2, 19 th Annual Texas Autism Conference, Corpus Christi, Tx, October 2010; “Life On and Slightly to the Right of the Autism Spectrum: An Inside View Towards Successful Transition to Adulthood” at the 2010 Arkansas Transition Summit, Hot Springs, Ak, October 2010; “Life On and Slightly to the Right of the Autism Spectrum: An Inside View Towards Promoting Academic Success” at Giant Steps of Lisle, Lisle, IL, October 2010; “Approaches, Accommodations, and Teaching the Hidden Curriculum for Those on the Autism Spectrum; Matching Best Practice to Student Needs” at Ohel Children’s Home and Family Services, New York, NY, October 2010; “Socially-Based Academic Accommodation” at the Autism Conferences of America, New York, NY, October 2010; “Advocacy for All: A View from Within—Getting Ready for Interdependent Living” and, with Z. Zosia, “Dating on the Autism Spectrum” at the Organization for Autism Research, Arlington, VA, October 2010; “Senses and Sensibilities: An Inside View on Sensory Issues, What They Look Like, Avoiding Them, and Working Through Ones That Occur” and, with D. Hamrick and L. Nebeker, “Love Conquers All” at the Geneva Center for Autism International Symposium, Toronto, Canada, November 2010; “Life On and Slightly to the Right on the Autism Spectrum: An Inside View Toward Success” at Across the Spectrum, Autism Society, Dayton, OH, November 2010 and at Family Counseling Services, Westhampton Beach, NY, November 2010; “Living with Autistic Spectrum Disorder: Professional and Personal Perspectives” at Across the Spectrum, Autism Society, Dayton, OH, November 2010; “Educating Children with Autism” at AEP Connections, Inclusive and Social Skills Strategies for the Student/Child with ASD, Atlanta, GA, November 2010; “Living with Asperger’s Disorder” at The Autism Puzzle: Putting the Pieces Together, Lawrence and Memorial Hospital, Groton, CT, November 2010; “Evaluating and Contrasting Different Approaches for Supporting Children with Autism: Matching Best Practice to Needs” at Vista del Mar, Los Angeles, CA, November 2010; “Educating Children with Autism: An Inside View from Within the Spectrum Towards Academic Success” at Autism Today, Calgary, Canada, November 2010; and “Promoting Social Inclusion with People with Autism in Education” at Autism York, York, PA, December 2010.
Dante Tawfeeq and Chy Davidson, an Adelphi part-time faculty member, presented, with P. Yu and S. Alexandre, “Supporting Pre-AP Calculus in a High Needs School: Stabilizing Equity and Access” at the AP Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., July 2010.
Rita Verma wrote Be the Change: Teacher, Activist, Global Citizen, foreword by Christine Sleeter (New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2010).
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Cindy Arroyo published “Feeding and Speech Development in a Childhood Case of Cystic Hygroma” in Early Childhood Services, 4 (4), (2010, 12). She, Robert Goldfarb, and Elaine Sands, presented “Caregiver AAC Training in Aphasia: A Case Study” at the American Speech-LanguageHearing Association National Convention, Philadelphia, PA, November 2010.
Robert Goldfarb, with R. Davis, published “Oceans of the Brain” in the Journal of Experimental Stroke and Translational Medicine, 3, (2010, 9). He and Lawrence Raphael presented “An Acoustic Analysis of Amusia” at the American Speech-LanguageHearing Association, Philadelphia, PA, November 2010.
Janet Schoepflin, with C. Silverman, C. Linstrom, and N. Gilston, wrote “Repair Issues Associated with Cochlear Implants in Children” in the Journal of Otology and Neurotology, 31, (2010, 8).
Yula Serpanos and Anagnostis Agelarakis (Anthropology and Sociology), published “Auditory Exostoses, Infracranial Skeleto-Muscular Changes and Maritime Activities in Classical Period Thasos Island” in the Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry, 10 (2), (2010, 12).
Susan Lederer published “I Can Play That” (Georgetown: Children’s Publishing, 2010). She presented “Almost Everything You Ever Wanted to know About First Words” in Westbury, NY, September 2010; “StoryBook Yoga: Facilitating Language and Literacy Through movement” in El Paso, TX, October 2010; and “Debating the First 10 Words to Target” at American Speech-LanguageHearing Association, Philadelphia, PA, November 2010.
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