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Education is a highly active field. From teacher retention strategies to early childhood development, the study of education features a range of disciplines including psychology, sociology, history, economics, philosophy, anthropology, and political science. The multidisciplinary nature of education makes it challenging to stay informed regarding applicable areas. Moreover, much of the relevant scholarship has moved online with the most recent scholarship, research, and statistics appearing in online databases. Thus, there are consistently new discoveries, new interpretations, and new theoretical concepts to take into account. With Oxford Bibliographies in Education, students and scholars now have a reliable, selective, and authoritative guide to the best literature in the field.

 

Editor in Chief

Luanna H. Meyer is Professor of Education (Research) and Director of the Jessie Hetherington Center for Educational Research at Victoria University in New Zealand. She is also Emeritus Professor at Syracuse University in the U.S. and Adjunct Professor, Griffith University in Australia. After receiving her Ph.D. from Indiana University, she held faculty positions at the University of Hawai’i, the University of Minnesota, Syracuse University, and Massey University prior to her current position. At Syracuse University, she was one of the founders of the Inclusive Elementary and Special Education Teacher Education Program and she coordinated the doctoral program in special education. She also directed numerous federally funded research and development projects, including a five-year national research institute on the social relationships of children and youth with diverse abilities in the U.S. and the ten-year New York Partnership for State-wide Systems Change. In New Zealand, her research has focused on the impact of standards-based assessment on secondary student motivation and achievement; multicultural education; positive approaches to children’s challenging behaviour; assessment policy and practice in higher education; and the role of the professoriate in modern universities.

 

As an educational researcher and university educator, Professor Meyer’s work emphasizes evidence-based approaches for implementation in diverse educational contexts. She collaborates with school leaders, teachers, behavior specialists, and academic colleagues to validate policy and practice toward inclusive schools where all children and youth belong and feel valued. She is on the editorial board of several major international journals and is a member of the Technical Review Committee on Behavior for the National Center for Students with Disabilities who Require Intensive Interventions led by the American Institutes for Research. She has been invited to speak in eight countries and 30 U.S. states about her work, and she has published over 120 journal articles and book chapters. Her 12 books include Making Friends: The Influences of Culture and Development; Critical Issues in the Lives of People with Severe Disabilities; Behavioral Intervention: Principles, models, and Practices; The Syracuse Community-Referenced Curriculum Guide; Non-Aversive Intervention for Behavior Problems; and An Educative Approach to Behavior Problems. She is also first author of two books that are in press with Corwin for publication in 2012—The School Leader’s Guide to Restorative School Discipline and The Teacher’s Guide to Restorative Classroom Discipline.


FOUNDING EDITORS IN CHIEF

George W. Bush Center
Vanderbilt University

STANDING EDITORIAL BOARD

University of California, Los Angeles
California State University, Long Beach
Victoria University of Wellington
University of Colorado, Denver

FORMER EDITORIAL BOARD

North Carolina State University
Monash University
University of Ottawa
University of Colorado at Boulder
Arizona State University
Indiana University
Arizona State University
Northwestern University
University of Heidelberg
University of London

FOUNDING EDITORIAL BOARD

John Dayton
University of Georgia
Vanderbilt University
Penn State
Vanderbilt University
Eric Hilgendorf
Tennessee Department of Education
University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
Joyce Meeuwsen
Gordon College
Brown University
Heather Zavadsky
Texas High School Project

ARTICLES AND CONTRIBUTORS

* = recently published

John Loughran
Monash University
John R. Hoyle
Texas A&M
Colleen Hoy
Vanderbilt University
Frank C. Worrell
University of California at Berkeley
Cathy Smilan
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
Lee Alvoid
Southern Methodist University
Beverly L. Weiser
Southern Methodist University
Ruth Kane
University of Ottawa
Wendy P. Oakes
Arizona State University
Pamela Harris
Arizona State University
Ryan S. Olson
The Kern Family Foundation
Mark D. Cannon
Vanderbilt University
Patricia McDonough
University of California, Los Angeles
Shannon Calderone
University of California, Los Angeles
John R. Thelin
University of Kentucky
Robert L. Crowson
Vanderbilt University
Corey Bunje Bower
Vanderbilt University
Samuel Greiff
University of Luxembourg
Romain Martin
University of Luxembourg
James C. Kaufman
California State University, San Bernadino
Susan C. Faircloth
North Carolina State University
Saad Shawer
King Saud University
Heather Schwartz
Rand Corporation
Laura Hamilton
Rand Corporation
Louise Boettcher
Aarhus University
Jesper Dammeyer
University of Copenhagen
Rebeca Mejia-Arauz
ITESO University
Vanessa Toledo-Rojas
ITESO University
Itzel Aceves-Azuara
ITESO University
Marilyn Fleer
Monash University
Liang Li
Monash University
Feiyan Chen
Monash University
Ditte Alexandra Winther-Lindqvist
Aarhus University
Joseph Agbenyega
Monash University
Ingrid Pramling Samuelsson
University of Gothenburg
Niklas Pramling
University of Gothenburg
Chris Peers
Monash University
Arthur Baroody
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
David Purpura
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Erin Reid
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Veena Paliwal
Murray State University
Neet Priya Bajwa
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Judith Duncan
University of Canterbury
Alison Warren
Te Tari Puna Ora O Aotearoa New Zealand Childcare Association
Kevin A. Gee
Brown University
James W. Guthrie
George W. Bush Presidential Center
Patrick J. Schuermann
Vanderbilt University
Kathleen M. McCoy
Arizona State University
Ann Bormett
Arizona State University
Kenneth K. Wong
Brown University
Andrew Hargreaves
Boston College
Corrie Stone-Johnson
University at Buffalo
Kristin Kew
New Mexico State University
Terri Pigott
Loyola University
Joshua R. Polanin
Loyola University
Robin K. Henson
University of North Texas
Krystal Hinerman
University of North Texas
Pearl Sims
Vanderbilt University
Steven Stone
Sarup R. Mathur
Arizona State University
Katie Sprouls
Arizona State University
James W. Guthrie
George W. Bush Presidential Center
Patrick J. Schuermann
Vanderbilt University
Dorothe Kienhues
University of Muenster
Christine Sleeter
California State University Monterey Bay
Paul Manna
William and Mary University
Donald E. Heller
Michigan State University
Sally M. Reis
University of Connecticut
Joseph S. Renzulli
University of Connecticut
Robert Thornberg
Linköping University
William R. Doyle
Vanderbilt University
Christopher Loss
Vanderbilt University
Serena Hinz
Vanderbilt University
Christopher M. Span
University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign
Patricia M. Lines
U.S. Department of Education
Scott Barry Kaufman
New York University
Stephen P. Heyneman
Vanderbilt University
Jeongwoo Lee
Vanderbilt University
Ashley Pinkham
University of Michigan
Laura Herold
University of Michigan
Susan B. Neuman
University of Michigan
Pamela D. Tucker
University of Virginia
Wolfgang Lenhard
University of Würzburg
Alexandra Lenhard
University of Würzburg
John Dayton
University of Georgia
Toby Linden
World Bank
Jennifer Rennie
Monash University
Evan Ortlieb
Monash University
Jill H. Allor
Southern Methodist University
Stephanie Al Otaiba
Florida State University
Jessica Folsom
Florida State University
Christine Suurtamm
University of Ottawa
Charlotte Agger
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Gregory Cizek
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Harsh Suri
The University of Melbourne
John Hattie
The University of Melbourne
Marisa Cannata
Vanderbilt University
Nancy Leech
University of Colorado
Elizabeth C. Vozzola
St. Joseph's University
Sharon Lamb
University of Massachusetts, Boston
Birgit Spinath
Heidelberg University
Richard E. Mayer
University of California, Santa Barbara
Helge Stromso
University of Oslo
Ivar Braten
University of Oslo
Deborah Macfarlan Enright
Vanderbilt University
Courtney L. Brown
Indiana University
Mindy Hightower King
Indiana University, Bloomington
Tone Saevi
NLA Univeristy College
Chad Lykins
University of Hong Kong
Artin Goncu
University of Illinois - Chicago
Tony Perone
University of Illinois - Chicago
Sierra Ryan
University of Illinois - Chicago
Sarah Anne Eckert
Notre Dame of Maryland University
Dana L. Mitra
Penn State University
Douglas E. Mitchell
University of California, Riverside
Tom Russell
Queen's University
Andrea K. Martin
Queen's University
Edward J. Fox Jr.
Charlotte Latin School
Gregory Schraw
University of Nevada
Stephanie Hirsh
Learning Forward
Joellen Killion
Learning Forward
Annie Trapp
The University of York
James H. McMillan
Virginia Commonwealth University
Richard S. Mohn
The University of Southern Mississippi
Micol V. Hammack
Virginia Commonwealth University
G. Reid Lyon
Southern Methodist University
Timothy Odegard
University of Texas, Arlington
Amy Eppolito
University of Colorado at Boulder
Kathryn White
University of Colorado at Boulder
Janette Klingner
University of Colorado at Boulder
Eric K. Hilgendorf
State of Tennessee Department of Education
Patrick J. Schuermann
Vanderbilt University
James W. Guthrie
George W. Bush Presidential Center
Colleen Hoy
Vanderbilt University
Heather Zavadsky
Texas High School Project
Brandi M. Simonsen
Univeristy of Connecticut
George Sugai
University of Connecticut
Jonathan M. Eckert
Wheaton College
David W. Test
University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Audrey Bartholomew
University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Jennifer Cease-Cook
University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Daniel L. Dinsmore
University of North Florida
Meghan M. Parkinson
University of North Florida
Amanda Berry
Leiden University
Mary Lynn Hamilton
The University of Kansas
Stephen J. Meyer
RMC Research
Shelley H. Billig
RMC Research
Peter Witham
Wisconsin University
Timothy J. Lewis
University of Missouri
Nicholas Gage
University of Connecticut
Claire Smrekar
Vanderbilt University
Lydia Bentley
Vanderbilt University
Richard Rothstein
Economic Policy Institute
William B. Russell III
University of Central Florida
Sheneka M. Williams
University of Georgia
Eric A. Houck
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Dana L. Mitra
Penn State University
James H. Stronge
College of William and Mary
Leslie Grant
College of William and Mary
Xianxuan Xu
College of William and Mary
Joyce L. Meeuwsen
Gordon University
Dorothea Anagnostopoulos
Michigan State University
Juanita Bautista-Guerra
Michigan State University
Carleen Carey
Michigan State University
Sakeena Everett
Michigan State University
Diana D'Amico
Brown University
Niklas Pramling
University of Gothenburg
Susanne Garvis
Griffith University
Louise Starkey
Victoria University of Wellington
Chris Zirkle
Ohio State University
Lindsey Martin
Ohio State University

FORTHCOMING ARTICLES
Academic Achievement
Ricarda Steinmayr
TU Dortmund
Linda Wirthwein
TU Dortmund
Anja Meißner
TU Dortmund
Academic Freedom and Tenure
Gary Rhoades
University of Arizona
Adjuncts in Higher Education in the United States
Tobias Hecht
Independent Scholar
Adolescence
Alan Davis
University of Colorado, Denver
Adult Education
Dayle Savage
Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate Courses
Xueli Wang
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Bilingual Education and Bilingualism
Stephen May
University of Auckland
Lincoln Dam
Changing Professional and Academic Identities
Celia Whitchurch
institute of education
Christian Schneijderberg
Universität Kassel
Critical Race Theory
Gerardo Lopez
Loyola University New Orleans
Chezare Warren
University of Pennsylvania
Culturally Responsive Leadership
Lauri Johnson
Boston College
Carrie Fuller
Boston College
Culturally Responsive Teacher Education
Marquita Grenot-Scheyer
California State University, Long Beach
Data Collection in Educational Research
James McMillan
Virginia Commonwealth University
Laura Gogia
virginia commonwealth university
Development and Marketing in Educational Policy and Leadership
Eve Proper
Peabody College
Distance Learning
Patrick Lowenthal
Boise State University
Distributed Leadership
James Spillane
Katie Mertz
Northwestern University
Early Childhood Teacher Education
Joce Nuttall
Australian Catholic University
Ethics of Teaching
Carl Smith
Iowa State University
Formative Assessment
Leslie Grant
The College of William and Mary
Christopher Gareis
College of William and Mary
Gender and Achievement
Ursula Kessels
Freie Universität Berlin
Higher Education Governance
David Tandberg
Florida State University
Inclusive Education
Elizabeth Kozleski
Indigenous Education in a Global Context
Jon Reyhner
Northern Arizona University
Navin Singh
Linguistic Diversity
Teresa McCarty
Mindfulness for Learning
Joanna Higgins
Victoria University of Wellington
Multivariate Research Methodology
Krystal Hinerman
Robin Henson
University of North Texas
Note Taking
Joseph Boyle
Temple University
Gina Forchelli
Temple University
Numeracy Education
Mike Askew
Monash University
Paradigms and Philosophy of Methodological Thought
Susan Lynham
Performance-based Research Assessment in Higher Education
Lisa Lucas
University of Bristol
Principles of Learning from Cognitive Science
Janell Blunt
Jeffrey D Karpicke
Purdue University
Professional Learning Communities
Stephanie Knight
Pennsylvania state University
Amy Ricketts
Pennsylvania State University
Professional Practice and Ethical Issues
Katherine Jo
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Christopher Higgins
Program Evaluation
Jody Fitzpatrick
Qualitative Data Analysis Techniques
Tony Onwuegbuzie
Magdalena Denham
Qualitative Research Design
Joseph Maxwell
Race and Affirmative Action in Higher Education
Julie Park
University of Maryland, College Park
Katie Koo
University of Maryland, College Park
Refugee and New Immigrant Learners
Martha Bigelow
University of Minnesota
School Accreditation
Charles Skipper
Episcopal School of Acadiana
Severe Disabilities
Martin Agran
University of Wyoming
Fred Spooner
University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Social Justice
Jeffrey Brooks
Student Voice in Teacher Development
Alison Cook-Sather
Bryn Mawr College
Teaching Critical Thinking
Kathryn Pole
University of Texas at Arlington
University Faculty Roles and Responsibilities in the United States
Ann Austin
Michigan State University
Lucas Hill
Michigan State University
Using Ethnography in Educational Research
Jaskiran Dhillon
Mia Shopova
The New School
Women’s Studies
Maria do Mar Pereira
University of Warwick
Women's and Gender Studies
Maria do Mar Pereira
University of Warwick

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“Graduate students are by necessity deeply and critically engaged in the literature within emerging areas of research. This knowledge puts them in an ideal position to write for Oxford Bibliographies. I am particularly excited about the potential of this award as a pathway to including articles on cutting-edge topics, and I think it is an important acknowledgement of the significant contribution graduate students routinely make to the production of new scholarship.”

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