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publications

Books

Healthy Teens, Healthy Schools: How Media Literacy Can Renew Education in the United States. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Education. 2015.

Rethinking Technology in Schools: A Primer. New York: Peter Lang. 2009.

Book Chapters

Vanessa Domine on Neil Postman. In R. Hobbs (Ed.). Exploring the Roots of Digital and Media Literacy through Personal Narrative. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. 2016.

How important is technology in urban education? In J. L. DeVitis & L. Irwin-DeVitis (Eds.). Adolescent Education: A Reader (pp. 379-388). New York: Peter Lang. 2010.

“Doing technology” in the college classroom: Media literacy as critical pedagogy. In R. Goldstein (Ed.). Useful Theory: Making Critical Education Practical (pp. 131-147). New York: Peter Lang. 2006.

Edited Volumes

Journal of Media Literacy Education, Volume 5, Issue 1. (2013) [editor’s introduction]

Journal of Media Literacy Education, Volume 4, Issue 3 (2013) [editor’s introduction]

Journal of Media Literacy Education, Volume 4, Issue 2. (2012) [editor’s introduction]

Journal Articles

Media ecologies of health literacy: Case examples of educational empowerment. The Journal of Digital and Media Literacy, 1(1). 2013.

Blogging the field: An emergent continuum for urban teacher development. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 20(4), 387-414. 2012.

Think global, act local: Expanding the agenda for media literacy education in the United States. Library Trends60(2), 440-453. 2011.

The coming of age of media literacy. Journal of Media Literacy Education3(1). 2011.

Building 21st century teachers: An intentional pedagogy of media literacy education. Action in Teacher Education33(2), 194-205. 2011.

Stewarding urban teacher education: In search of reflection, responsibility and renewal in Newark. Education and Democracy: A Journal of the National Network for Educational Renewal, 2, 155-168. 2010.

A social history of media, technology and schooling. Journal of Media Literacy Education, 1(1). 2009.

Commerce in schools: Four dominant perspectives. Society and Business Review, 2(1), 98-120. 2007.

Technology and Graduate Teacher Education: An Integrated Approach to Program Design. In C. Crawford et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference 2007 (pp. 1010-1017). Chesapeake, VA: AACE. 2007.

Four Steps to Standards Integration. Learning and Leading with Technology, 34(3), 22-25.

Student attitudes about internet use at school. Academic Exchange Quarterly,10(2), 104-108. 2006.

Online pedagogy: Beyond digital “chalk and talk.” Academic Exchange Quarterly, 10(1), 48-51.

From savvy consumer to responsible citizen: Teen perspectives of advertising in the classroom. The Journal of Media Literacy, 51(2), 45-52. 2004.

“We’re wired! Now what?” A holistic approach to technology planning in high schools. Journal of Literacy and Technology, 2(2). 2002.

Book Reviews

Playing the future. Book Review. Resource Center for Cyberculture Studies. 2000.

Investigating classroom talk. Book Review. Communication Education, 45 (3). 1996.

Administrative/Policy Reports

Systematic pedagogy: The intentional infusion of skills and strategies in teacher education. Montclair State University College of Education and Human Services. 36 pp. 2010.

Assessment portfolio for programs for other school professionals: Associate and advanced school library media specialist certification programs. Montclair State University: National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE). 150 pp. 2005.

Initial Teacher Certification Professional Sequence Course Development. Montclair State University Department of Curriculum and Teaching. 96 pages. 2005.

Program handbook for graduate programs in educational media and technology. Montclair State University Department of Curriculum and Teaching. 26 pages. 2005.

New York State Council on the Arts: Needs Assessment Report. New York: Media Workshop New York. 1998.

Brooklyn Principals Designing for Change. New York: Media Workshop New York. 1998.

Commercialism in the classroom: The controversial partnership of education and business. Washington, DC: Educational Resource Information Center. ED 391 213. 1995.

Instructional communication: Bridging the gap between education and technology. (1994, February). Washington, DC: Educational Resource Information Center. ED 371728. 1994.

Other Publications

Hacking through the billboard jungle: Adolescent student interpretations of classroom commercial media. New York University. Department of Culture and Communication. Doctoral dissertation. 2002.

Communication, education, and technology: A critical discourse analysis of the local Channel One controversy. San Jose State University. Department of Communication Studies. Unpublished master’s thesis. 1994.