Publications

BOOKS AND BOOK CHAPTERS

  1. Ryan, T., Laster, B., & Cobb, J. (2017). Guatemala and United States Collaborative Partnership Renews    Teaching and Learning. In P. Blessingger and B. Cozza (Eds.), University Partnerships for Preservice and Teacher Development: Innovations in Higher Education Teaching andLearning. Emerald Group Publishing.
  2. Hanlon, A., Wilson, C., Horner, D., & Ryan, T. (2017).  University Partnerships for Preservice and Teacher Development. In P. Blessing and B. Cozza (Eds.), University Partnerships for Preservice and Teacher Development: Innovations in Higher Education Teaching and Learning. Emerald Group Publishing.
  3. Bowers, E, Laster, B., Gurvitz, D., Ryan, T., Cobb, J., & Vazzano, J. (2017). Using video reflection and virtual supervision to build reflective capacity in a clinical practicum setting in Josephine Ryan, Robyn Brandenbury, Melita Jones, and Kathryn Glassweell (editors) Reflective Theories in Teacher Education Practice. Springer. http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-981-10-3431-2_8
  4. Cobb, J., Ryan, T., & Laster, B. (2016). Renewal in the land of eternal spring: Teacher educators reflecting on their practice. In J. Rhodes and T. Milbey (Eds.), Advancing Teacher Education and Curriculum Development through Study Abroad Programs, Pennsylvania: IGI Global. http://www.igi-global.com/chapter/renewal-in-the-land-of-eternal-spring/141073
  5. Ryan, T. (2013). Designing an off-campus clinic. In E.T. Ortlieb & E. H. Cheek (Eds.), Advanced Literacy Practices: From the Clinic to the Classroom. Emerald Group Publishing. http://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/full/10.1108/S2048-0458%282013%290000002006
  6. Deeney, T., Dozier, C., Smit, J., Davis, S., Laster, B., Applegate, M. D., Cobb, J., Gaunty-Porter, P., Gurvitz, D., McAndrews, S., Ryan, T., Eeg, M., Sargent, S., Swanson, M., Dubert, L., Morewood, A., & Milby, T. (2011). University clinic experiences that promote transfer to school contexts: What matters in clinical teacher preparation. In P. Dunston, L. Gambrell, K. Headley, P. Stecker, S. Fullerton, V. Gillis, & C. C. Bates (Eds.). 60th Yearbook of the Literacy Research Association. Milwaukee, WI.
  7. Labbo, L. D., & Ryan, T. (2010). Traversing the literacies landscape: A semiotic perspective on early literacy acquisition and digital literacies instruction. In B. A. Baker (Ed.), The new literacies: Multiple perspectives on research and practice. New York: Guilford Press.
  8. Labbo, L.D., Love, M.S., Park, M., Hubbard, B., & Ryan, T. (2006). Literature links: Thematic units linking read-alouds and computer activities. Newark, DE: International Reading Association.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  1. Laster, B., Tysseling, L., Stinnett, M., Wilson, J., Cherner, T., Curwen, M., Ryan, T., and Huggins, S.(2016). Effective Use of Tablets (iPads) for Multimodal Literacy Learning: What We Learn from Reading Clinics/Literacy Labs. The App Teacher. http://appedreview.com/blog/effective-use-tablets-ipads-multimodal-literacy-learning-learn-reading-clinicsliteracy-labs/.
  2. Ryan, T. (2014). All children deserve a quality reading education. SouthEast Education Network, 116.1, 117-118. http://www.seenmagazine.us/Articles/Article-Detail/articleid/3828/all-children-deserve-a-quality-reading-education
  3. Ryan, T. (2012). Digital teachers reshaping literacy experiences. Kappa Delta Pi Record, 48(2), 92-94. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00228958.2012.680390
  4. Labbo, L. D., Love, M. S., & Ryan, T. (2007). A vocabulary flood: Making words “sticky” with computer response activities, The Reading Teacher, 60(6), 582- 588.http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1598/RT.60.6.10/full
  5. Labbo, L. D., & Ryan, T. (2006) The social semiotics of multimedia, case-based instruction in pre-service teacher literacy  methods courses. Journal of Reading Education, 32(1), 38- 41.
  6. Labbo, L. D., Love, M. S., & Ryan, T. (2006). Informing our vision for literacy through technology. Language Arts, 83(5), 453.

INVITED BLOGS

  1. Ryan, T. (2016, July). 2015 ILA Technology and Literacy Award Winners Help Students Become Lifelong Readers. literacyworldwide.org/…/2015-ila-technology-and-literacy-award-winners-help-students-become-lifelong-readers
  2. Ryan, T. (2015, July). Using mobile devices and apps to create and manage classroom libraries. International Literacy Association. Literacy Daily Segment.   http://www.literacyworldwide.org/blog/digital-literacies/literacy-daily/2015/07/31/using-mobile-devices-and-apps-to-create-and-manage-classroom-libraries
  3. Ryan, T. (2014, August). IRA Technology and Reading Award Winner Brings Positive Change to Title 1 Students. Reading Today Online.
  4. Ryan, T. (2013, September). TILE-SIG Feature: Using Apps to Facilitate Vocabulary Learning. Reading Today Online.
  5. Ryan, T. (2013, June). TILE-SIG Feature: Award winner engages students through social networking, mobile devices. Reading Today Online.
  6. Ryan, T. (2012, November). TILE-SIG Feature: Educational blogs informing teaching and learning. Reading Today Online.
  7. Ryan, T. (2012, July). TILE-SIG announces 2012 reading research award recipient. Reading Today Online.
  8. Ryan, T. (2012, June). TILE-SIG feature: Create “internet” professional development journeys this summer. Reading Today Online.
  9. Ryan, T. (2011, November). Regional winners of IRA award for technology and reading use digital technologies to transform teaching and learning. Reading Today Online.
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