Publications by Jennifer L. Morrison

Data Literacy

Data and Assessment Literacy.  (2011).  Complete facilitator and participant materials written for 15-hour, face-to-face professional development course.  Clemson SC: National Dropout Prevention Center/Network.

Data and Assessment Literacy for Teachers.  (2009).  Complete facilitator and participant materials written for week-long, face-to-face professional development course.  Greensboro NC: Guilford County Schools Alternative Certification Track (GCS-ACT). 

Teachers Must Be Data Experts.  (2008, December).  Educational Leadership, 66(4).  Access at http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational_leadership/dec08/vol66/num04/Why_Teachers_Must_Be_Data_Experts.aspx

Co-author of Using Data to Build Classroom Learning Communities.  (2006).  Facilitator and participant materials written for week-long, face-to-face professional development course.  Durham NC: North Carolina Teacher Academy.    

Performance Task Writer for Assessment Wizard: A Professional Development Tool for Designing and Sharing Student Assessments [Computer software].  (2000).  Princeton NJ: Educational Testing Service.

Educator Concerns  

The Principal’s Role in Teacher Retention: Keeping New Teachers.  (2012, August).  White paper produced for the RETAIN Center of Excellence, Newberry SC.  Access at http://www.retainscteachers.org/research/.

An Ontological Approach to Teacher Leadership.  (2012, February).  White paper produced for the RETAIN Center of Excellence, Newberry SC.  Access at http://www.retainscteachers.org/research/.  

Co-author of A Better System for Schools: Developing, Sustaining, and Retaining Effective Teachers.  (2010, February).  Report written with Alesha Daughtrey.  Hillsboro NC: Center for Teaching Quality. 

Contributor to Performance-Pay for Teachers: Designing a System that Students Deserve.  (2007).  Hillsborough NC: TeacherSolutions, Center for Teaching Quality.  Access at http://www.teachingquality.org/content/performance-pay-teachers-designing-system-students-deserve.

Ask the Mentor: E Pluribus Curriculum.  (2007, March/April).  Teacher Magazine.  Access at http://www.edweek.org/tm/articles/2007/03/01/05mentor.h18.html.  

Contributor to Every Child Deserves Our Best: Recommendations from North Carolina’s National Board Certified Teachers on How to Support and Staff High Needs Schools.  (2006).   National Education Association and Center for Teaching Quality.

English Language Arts  

Confessions of a Twilight Addict.  Teacher Magazine/Edweek.org.  (2009, December).  Access at http://www.edweek.org/tm/articles/2009/12/02/morrison_twilight.html?r=2113824742

Using Visualization to Enhance Background Knowledge [video and DVD; Best Practices in Action series].  (2006).  Alexandria VA: ASCD.  Access at http://shop.ascd.org/Default.aspx?TabID=55&ProductId=1578&Best-practices-in-action:-using-visualization-to-enhance-bac.

Writing with English Language Learners.  Classroom Leadership.  (2004, November).  Alexandria VA: ASCD.     

Negotiating the New Zealand English Curriculum.  (1997).  Unpublished master’s thesis.  Christchurch, New Zealand: University of Canterbury. 

 

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Publication list updated 7/7/2013.