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Books and Book Chapters

® Assessment and new literacies: Perspectives from the classroom. New York: Peter Lang, 2009. Co-editor: Anne Burke.

® Boys, girls, and the myths of literacies and learning. Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press Inc. 2008. Co-editor: Kathy Sanford.

Professional development through action research: A handbook for practitioners . Spaniard’s Bay, NL: Avalon West School District, 2004. Co-author: D. Toope.

® Teaching English today: Advocating for change in the secondary curriculum . New York: Teachers College Press, 2004. Co-editors: Barrie R.C. Barrell, John Mayher, and Gordon Pradl.

Digital expressions: Media literacy and English language arts. Calgary: Detselig Enterprises Ltd., 2002. Co-editor: Barrie R.C. Barrell.

Advocating change: Contemporary issues in subject English. Toronto: Irwin Publishing, 2000. 315 pages. Co-editor: Barrie R.C. Barrell.

Book Chapters

Place, identities and literacies: Preservice teachers' perspectives on multiculturalism from their lived ruralities. In Corbett, M. & Green, B., (Eds.), Rural Literacies. Co-author: Deborah Toope. (Under review, 2011).

What approaches might be taken to assessing multimodal assignments? In Dobson, T., James, K. & Leggo, K. (Eds.), English in middle and secondary classrooms: Critical and creative advice from Canada's teacher educators. Pearson Education, in press (2011).

What's the connection between gender and literacy? In Dobson, T., James, K. & Leggo, K. (Eds.), English in middle and secondary classrooms: Critical and creative advice from Canada's teacher educators. Pearson Education, in press (2011).

® Generative ways to promote political activity and social change with picture book (s chapter 8). In bainbridge, J. & Johnston, I. (Eds.), Preservice Teachers' Perspectives on Canadian Identity and their Understandings of Ideology in Multicultural Picture Books. University of Toronto Press (edited book under review, June 2010).

New literacies and digital technologies: Exploring possibilities within the context of English Language Arts curriculum. In M. C. Courtland & T. Gambell (Eds.), Young adolescents meet literature: Intersections for learning, 2nd ed. (Chap 12). Pacific Educational Press, 2009. Co-author: Deborah Toope.

® Introduction: Rethinking assessment from the perspective of new literacies. In A. Burke & R. F. Hammett (Eds.), Assessment and new literacies: Perspectives from the classroom (pp. 1-12). New York: Peter Lang, 2009. Co-author: Anne Burke.

® New literacies and teacher education. In A. Burke & R. F. Hammett (Eds.), Assessment and new literacies: Perspectives from the classroom (pp. 177-192). New York: Peter Lang, 2009.

® Experiencing an interative website: Learning to use rubrics to assess students' achievement. In A. Hajek & E. Noseworthy (Eds.), Atlantic universities teaching showcase 2006 proceedings (Vol. XI), (pp. 245-258). St. John's, NL: Memorial University and ASssociation of Atlantic Universities, 2007. Available: http://www.mun.ca/aaushowcase/proceedings.php through the link at the top of the page.

® Some Lessons before Dying: The Missing Discourse in the Oprah Book Club. In E. Watson & J. Harris (Eds.), The phenomenon of Oprah (pp. 207-226). University Press of Kentucky, 2007. Co-author: Audrey Dentith (Hammett first author).

Feminism and Theories of Leadership. In Fenwick W. English (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Educational Leadership and Administration. Sage, 2006. Co-authors: Jeanne Brady and Audrey Dentith.

Words and windows: Using technology for critical literacy. In Barrell et al (Eds.). Teaching English today: Advocating for change in the secondary curriculum (117-131). New York: Teachers College Press, 2004.

Introduction. In Hammett, R. & Barrell, B. (Eds.), Digital expressions: Media literacy and English language arts (pp. 11-19). Calgary: Detselig Enterprises Ltd., 2002. Co-author: B. Barrell.

Reading , ‘riting, representing, and resisting media violence. In Hammett, R. & Barrell, B. (Eds.), Digital expressions: Media literacy and English language arts (pp. 137-148). Calgary: Detselig Enterprises Ltd., 2002.

® Connecting, exploring, and exposing self in hypermedia projects. In Gallego, M. A. and Hollingsworth, S., (Eds), What counts as literacy: Challenging the school standard, (Chap. 5). New York: Teachers College Press, 2000. Co-authors: J. Myers and A. M. McKillop.

® Girlfriend in a coma: Responding to literature through hypermedia. In Watts-Pailliotet, A., and Mosenthal, P. (Eds), Reconceptualizing literacy in the media age (pp. 105-127). Vol. 8 of Advances in Reading/Language Research. Stamford , CN: JAI Press, 2000.

Introduction: It might seem simple. In Barrell, B. and Hammett, R., (Eds), Advocating change: Contemporary issues in subject English (pp.xiii-xix). Toronto: Irwin Publishing, 2000. Co-author: B. Barrell.

Technological windows of literacy opportunity: A critical project. In Barrell, B. and Hammett, R., (Eds), Advocating change: Contemporary issues in subject English, (pp. 200-214. Toronto: Irwin Publishing, 2000.

Intermediality, hypermedia, and critical media literacy. In L. Semali and A. Watts Pailliotet, (Eds). Intermediality: Teacher’s handbook of critical media literacy, (pp. 306-328). Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1999.

® Opportunities for critical literacy/pedagogy in student authored hypermedia. In Reinking, D., McKenna, C., Labbo, L., and Kieffer, D., (Eds), Handbook of literacy and technology: Transformations in a post-typographic world, (pp. 63-78). Mahweh, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc., 1998. Co-author: J. Myers and A. M. McKillop.

Disrupting Stephen King: Engaging in alternative reading practices. In Powers, B., Wilhelm, J., and Chandler , K., (Eds). Reading Stephen King: Student choice, censorship, and the place of popular literature in the canon, (pp. 83-94). Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English, 1997. Co-author: J. Albright.

A rationale and unit plan for introducing gay and lesbian literature into the grade 12 curriculum. In Shannon, P. (Ed), Becoming political: Readings and writings in the politics of literacy, (pp. 250-262). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 1992.

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