Research

Publications

2009

Osborne, J. F. (2009). The potential of adapted primary literature (APL) for learning: A Response. Research in Science Education, 39, 397-403.

Pritchard, R., & O’Hara S. (2009). Vocabulary development in the science classroom: Using hypermedia authoring to support English Learners. The Tapestry Journal, 1, 15-29.

Ronfeldt, M., & Grossman, P. (2009). Becoming a professional: Experimenting with possible selves in professional preparation. Education Quarterly, 35(3), 41-60.

Research and practice: A complex relationship? Millar, R., & Osborne, J.F. (2009). In M. Shelley II, L. Yore, & B. Hand (Eds.), Quality research in literacy and science education. Springer.

Valencia, S., Martin, S., Place, N., & Grossman, P. (2009). Complex interactions in student teaching: Lost opportunities for learning. Journal of Teacher Education, 60(3), 304-322.

Achinstein, B., & Ogawa, R. T. (2009). Towards a research agenda for the California subject matter. Santa Cruz, CA: University of California at Santa Cruz, Center for Research on the Teaching Profession.

Whitcomb, J., Borko, H., & Liston, D. (2009). Growing talent: Promising professional development models and practices. Journal of Teacher Education, 60(3), 207-212.

Borko, H., Whitcomb, J., & Liston, D. (2009). Wicked problems and other thoughts on issues of technology and teacher learning. Journal of Teacher Education, 60(1), 3-7.

Osborne, J .F. (2009). Learning to argue, arguing to learn. In A. Jones & M. de Vries (Eds.), International handbook of research and development in technology education (pp. 431-444). Rotterdam: Sense.

Achinstein, B., Ogawa, R. T., Johnson, L., & Freitas, C. (2009). Supporting new teachers of color and cultural diversity (Research Brief #09-02). Santa Cruz, CA: University of California at Santa Cruz, New Teacher Center.

Boyd, D., Grossman, P., Lankford, H., Loeb, S., & Wyckoff, J. (2009). Teacher preparation and student achievement. Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 31(4), 416-440.

Brown, B., & Kloser, M. (2009) a view of the tip of the iceberg: Revisiting conceptual continuities and their implications for science learning. Cultural Studies in Science Education, 4, 921-928.

2008

Chin, C., & Osborne, J. (2008). Students’ questions: A potential resource for teaching and learning science. Studies in Science Education, 44, 1-39.

O’Hara, S., & Pritchard, R.H. (2008). Meeting the challenge of diversity: Professional development for teacher educators. Teacher Education Quarterly.

Grossman, P. (2008). Responding to our critics: From crisis to opportunity in research on teacher education. Journal of Teacher Education, 59(1), 10-23.

O’Hara, S., & Pritchard, R. H. (2008). Using hypermedia to teach vocabulary in grades 6-12. Columbus, OH: Pearson Merrill Prentice Hall.

Grossman, P., & McDonald, M. (2008). Back to the future: Directions for research in teaching and teacher education. Educational Research Journal, 45, 184-205.

Osborne, J. F. (2008). Engaging young people with science: Does science education need a new vision? School Science Review, 89(328), 67-74.

Grossman, P., & Thompson, C. (2008). Learning from curriculum materials: Scaffolds for new teachers? Teaching and Teacher Education, 24(8), 2014-2026.

Zwiers, J. (2008). Building academic language: Essential practices for content classrooms. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.