Publications

CONGRATULATIONS DR. BARTOSZUK!!!
Bartoszuk\ Dr. Karin Bartoszuk has a new article that has been published :

Bartoszuk, K. & Randall, B. (2011). Characteristics and perceptions of 4-H participants: Gender and age differences across adolescence, Journal of Extension [On-line], 49(3) Article 3FEA6. Available at: http://www.joe.org/joe/2011june/a6.php


CONGRATULATIONS DR. BRODERICK!!!
Broderick Dr. Jane Broderick recently had an article published on an online journal.

Broderick, J. T. & Hong, Seong Bock Hong (2011). Introducing the Cycle of Inquiry System: A reflective inquiry practice for Early Childhood teacher development, Early Childhood Research and Practice, v. 13, n.2. [retrieve online at http://ecrp.uiuc.edu/v13n2/broderick.html]


CONGRATULATIONS DR. EVANSHEN!!!
Book Turn classrooms into inspiring learning environments! Dr. Pam Evanshen has a new book,A Room to Learn: Rethinking Classroom Environments, published by Gryphon House. Based on the latest research about how children learn, this book helps elementary school teachers turn their classrooms into creative spaces that facilitate teaching and learning. With "before" and "after" photos of real classrooms, teachers can examine each area and determine their own classroom's need for improvement.

CONGRATULATIONS DR. GLOECKLER!!!
Gloeckler Dr. Lissy Gloeckler has 2 new articles that have been published and has one that is in review.

Gloeckler, L., & Cassell, J. (in review). Social problem for solving for and with toddlers.

Kragh-Muller, G., & Gloeckler, L. (2010). What did you learn in school today? The importance of socio-emotional development-A comparison of US and Danish child care. Childhood Education (ACEI).

Gloeckler, L., & Niemeyer, J. (2010). Social emotional environments: Teacher practices in two toddler classrooms. Early Childhood Research to Practice, 12(1). Retrieve from http://ecrp.uiuc.edu/v12n1/gloeckler.html



CONGRATULATIONS DR. BARTOSZUK and DR. BARTON!!!
     

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THIS ARTICLE WAS TAKEN FROM ETSU ACCENT NEWSLETTER, VOL. 58, NO. 9, JANUARY 2010, FACULTY/STAFF PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES.

Dr. Karin Bartoszuk (r) of Human Development and Learning, in collaboration with David Boulifard of Rutgers University  and Dr. Alison  Barton (l) also of Human Development and Learning, had a presentation accepted for the 2010 Society for Research on Adolescence conference. Their research focuses on the transition to adulthood and explores issues related to different measurements, such as the Inventory of the Dimensions of Adulthood and the Extended Objective Measure of Ego Identity Status, Revised Edition.


CONGRATULATIONS DR. BARTON!!!
     


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Dr. Alison Barton was notified in January 2011 of the acceptance of her manuscript Gender Differences in the Relationships Among Parenting Styles and College Student Mental Health for publication in the Journal of American College Health. The co-author is Michael S. Kirtley, BA (Psychology) who conducted the study for his undergraduate Senior Honor's Thesis.


CONGRATULATIONS DR. BARTOSZUK!!!
     


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Dr. Karin Bartoszuk has a new article published in the December issue of Youth & Society:

Bartoszuk, K., & Pittman, J. (2010). Does family structure matter? A domain specific examination of identity exploration and commitment. Youth & Society, 42(2), 155-173. doi:10.1177/0044118X10377648