Lynch School of Education at Boston CollegeDr. Audrey A. Friedman
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Peer-reviewed Journal Publications
Friedman, A. A., & Kowaleski-Wallace. (2006). Crossing borders: Developing an innovative collaboration to improve the preparation of high school English teachers. Equity and Excellence in Education, 39(1).

Friedman, A. A. (Accepted for publication). Perceived changes in student learning and teacher practice using science portfolios. International Journal of Science Education.

Friedman, A. A. (2004) The relationship between personality traits and reflective judgment among female students. Journal of Adult Development, 11(4), 297-304.
Friedman, A. A. (2004). Beyond mediocrity: Transformational leadership within a transactional framework. International Journal of Leadership               in Education: Theory and Practice, 7(3), 203-224.
Friedman, A. A., Zibit, M., & Coote, M. (2004). Telementoring as a collaborative agent for change. Journal of Technology, Assessment, and Learning, 3(1). Available online from http://wwwjtla.org.

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Book Chapters
Friedman, A. A. (2002). What we would have liked to know: Preservice teachers’ perspectives on effective teacher preparation. In Z. F. Beykont (Ed.), The power of culture: Teaching across language difference (193-218). Cambridge, MA: Harvard Educational Publishing Group.
Friedman, A. A. (2002). Agents of literacy change: Working with Somali students in an urban middle school. In Z. F. Beykont (Ed.), The power of culture: Teaching across language difference. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Educational Publishing Group.
Friedman, A. A. (1994). Deborah and Judith: Case studies in reflective giftedness. In Arnold, Noble, and Subotnik (Eds.), Remarkable Women. Illinois: Hampton Press.

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Essays

Friedman, A. A. (1998). Making it real. In J. Savage, For the love of literature: Children and books in the elementary classroom (127-129). Boston: McGraw-Hill.


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Under Review in Peer-reviewed Journals
Friedman, A. A., Galligan, H. T., & O'Connor, K. Cultures of democratic practice despite the oppression of educational reform. Journal of Educational Change.

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Papers and Presentations
( * Peer-reviewed Papers)
Friedman, A. A., & Gondek, R. P. (2006). Arts and Sciences involvement in Teacher Education: What difference does it make? American Educational Research Association (April 10-14). San Francisco, CA.*
Friedman, A. A., Pelletier, C. M. & Kollar, R. (2006). Supporting Teachers for a New Era: Project SUCCESS. New Teacher Center Santa Cruz (February 4-7). San Jose, CA.
Friedman, A. A. (2005). Jesuit Education within the Context of Teacher Education. Conference on Ignatian Pedagogy (April 29-30). Dover, MA.

Friedman, A.A., & Schoen, L. (2005). Reflective Practice Interventions: Raising Levels of Reflective Judgment. American Educational Research Association (April 5-11). Montreal, Quebec, Canada.*

Friedman, A. A., & Pelletier, C. M. (2005). Project SUCCESS. New Teacher Center at Santa Cruz (January 30-February 1). San Jose, CA.*

Friedman, A. A. (2004). Teaching for democracy despite the oppression of educational reform. First International Summit on Leadership in Education (October 31-November 2). Boston, MA.

Brisk, M., Costa, J., Doyle, J., Friedman, A., MacDonald, E., Hersi, A., Horan, D., Shirley, D., & Stairs, A. (2003). Successes and Challenges of Multifaceted Collaborations within a School-University Partnership. Interactive Symposium. American Educational Research Association (April 5-10) San Diego, CA.*

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Commercial Publications
Publisher: Sundance
Audience: K-7 practitioners
These curriculum series include literature-based aids and interdisciplinary units that address reading comprehension, writing, critical thinking, speaking, and listening and are designed for pupil use in the classroom. Each aid/unit within the series corresponds to a specific literature title (i.e. James and the Giant Peach). All series except ACT are still in print and used by K-7 teachers. I was the Project Author on ACT and CONNECT SCIENCE and Co-Project Author on CONNECT WRITING. This entailed developing the prototype, rationale, focus, design, and complete format of the series. I also authored specific aids/units within the series.
ACT
ALERT READER LIBRARY
CONNECT: SCIENCE
CONNECT: WRITING
READER RESPONSE JOURNAL
Publisher: Sundance
Audience: 7-12 Practitioners
These curriculum series include literature-based aids and interdisciplinary units that address reading comprehension, formal literary analysis, writing, critical thinking, speaking, and listening and are designed for pupil use in the classroom. Each aid/unit within the series corresponds to a specific literature title (i.e. Lord of the Flies). All series are still in print and used by 7-12 teachers. I was Project Author on REACT and Co-Project Author on ANALIT, LIFT, and THE WRITE WAY. This entailed developing the prototype, rationale, focus, design, and complete format of the series. I also authored specific aids/units within the series.
ALERT READER PROGRAM AND LIBRARY
ANALIT
LIFT
NOVEL IDEAS
NOVEL AIDS
REACT
THE WRITE WAY
Addison-Wesley K-8 SCIENCE SERIES (1988) authored embedded and end of chapter critical thinking questions for Grade 4 texts.
Allyn & Bacon CHEMISTRY SERIES (1989) authored embedded and end of chapter critical thinking questions for selected chapters.
Silver Burdett Ginn Reading Series (1990) authored literature-based sections of Grade 1 Reading Series.

 

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