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Publications

  • Ross, D.L. and D. Fisher. 2009. The underappreciated role of background knowledge in disciplinary learning. The California Reader.

  • Ross, Donna L. 2008. Integrating literacy and secondary science: The real deal. Presented at Integrating literacy and secondary science, January, in St.Louis, MO.

  • Ross, Donna L. 2008. Am I missing a piece? Examining the puzzle of a post-tenure career. Presented at Science Education at the Crossroads, October, in Alta, UT.

  • DeRoma, D. and D. L Ross. 2008. Superhero genetics. Presented at California Science Teachers Association (CSTA), October, in San Jose, CA.

  • DeRoma, D. and D. L Ross. 2007. Powerful forces: Blending science, math, and literacy in collaborative exhibit design project. Presented at National Science Teachers Association (NSTA), March, in St.Louis, MO.

  • Ross, Donna L. 2007. Integrated formal and informal science education. Presented at R.H. Fleet Science Center, March, in San Diego, CA.

  • Ross, Donna L. 2007. Bringing science and families together. Presented at Atkusuk Community Education Center, May, in Atkusuk, AK.

  • Ross, Donna L. 2007. Who will be our future scientist? The state of science education grades K-12. Presented at Barrow Arctic Science Consortium, May, in Barrowm, AK.

  • Ross, Donna L. 2007. Inquiry in physics. Presented at R.H. Fleet Science Center, May, in San Diego, CA.

  • Nguyen, K. C, H. K Nguyen, P. H Tang, K. Humphrey and D. L Ross. 2007. Secondary students teaching teachers. Presented at Association for Gender Equity Leadership in Education (AGELE), July, in San Diego, CA.

  • DeRoma, D. and D. L. Ross. 2007. Blending science, math and literacy: A collaborative exhibit design project. Presented at California Science Teachers Association (CSTA), October, in Long Beach, CA.

  • Ross, Donna L. 2006. From the horse's mouth: Secondary students teaching teachers. Presented at Association of Teachers Educators , in Philadelphia, PA.

  • DeRoma, D. and D. L Ross. 2006. A scientific approach to global awareness: Integrating climate change research into K-6 classrooms. Presented at Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE), January, in Portland, OR.

  • Ross, Donna L. 2006. “That’s a great idea, but it wouldn’t work with our students:” Studying in Baja to convince teachers of the possibilities. Presented at Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE), January, in Portland, OR.

  • DeRoma, D. and D. L Ross. 2006. Classroom connections: Integrating global climate change research into K-6 science programs in San Diego, Alaska, and Mexico. Presented at National Science Teachers Association (NSTA), April, in Anaheim, CA.

  • Ross, Donna L. 2006. Authentic marine science research-from the city to the bay- science teaching. Presented at National Science Teachers Association (NSTA), April, in Anaheim, CA.

  • Ross, Donna L. 2006. Reawakening teachers and students to the possibilities in secondary science education. Presented at National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), June, in San Francisco, CA.

  • Ross, Donna L. 2006. Marine science in the inquiry institute. Presented at R.H. Fleet Science Center, June, in San Diego, CA.

  • Ross, Donna L. 2006. Reawakening Teachers and Students to the Possibilities in Secondary Science Education. Presented at National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), April, in San Francisco.

  • Ross, D.L. and S. Wachowiak. 2006. The opportunity to learn science like scientists. In Challenging the classroom standard through museum-based education: School in the park , edited by I. Pumpian and D. Fisher, 109-122. NJ: Mahwah.

  • Ross, Donna L. 2005. Make science a family affair! Presented at California Science Teachers’ Association (CSTA), October, in Palm Springs, CA.

  • Ross, Donna L. 2005. Writing in science class: Does the research match our experience? Presented at California Science Teachers Association (CSTA), October, in Palm Springs, CA.

  • Brunkhorst, B., L. Henriques, K. Norman, K. Brunkhorst, D. L Ross and R. Pomeroy. 2005. Connecting science teacher candidates with professional organizations. Presented at California Science Teachers Association (CSTA), October, in Palm Springs, CA.

  • Ross, Donna L. 2005. Secondary marine science in Baja California. Presented at California Science Teachers Association (CSTA), October, in Palm Springs, CA.

  • Yerrick, R.K., D.L. Ross and P. Molebash. 2005. Too close for comfort: Real-time science teaching reflections via digital video editing. Journal of Science Teacher Education 16: 351-375.

  • Ross, Donna L. 2004. Multi-level mentoring: Is it one strategy to: Leave no child behind in science education? Presented at Associate of Teacher Educators (ATE), February, in Dallas, TX.

  • Chizhik, A. W and D. L. Ross. 2004. Doing, observing, and reflecting: Teaching future teachers about collaboration on science tasks. Presented at American Educational Research Association (AERA), in San Diego, CA.

  • Yerrick, R.K., D.L. Ross and P. Molebash. 2004. Promoting equity with digital video in science classrooms. Learning & Leading with Technology 31: 16-19.

  • Norman, K. and D. L Ross. 2003. National board collaborations: University faculty and K-12 teachers. Presented at Association for the Education of Teachers of Science (AETS), January, in St.Louis, MO.

  • Taylor, N., W. Oechel and D. L Ross. 2003. Partnerships involving the scientific community in elementary schools (PISCES), NSF GK-12 program, university science majors in collaborative partnerships with elementary teachers in north slope borough school district: Linking science learning with near-real-time data. Presented at American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), September, in Fairbanks, AL.

  • Ross, D.L. and N. Frey. 2003. In a spring garden: Literacy and science in bloom in second grade. Reading Improvement 39: 164-174.

  • Ross, D.L. 2003. In a spring garden: Literacy and science in bloom in second grade. Reading Improvement 39: 164-174.

  • Ross, D.L. and C. Alfaro. 2003. The social and cultural context of National Board Certification: Teacher reflections on issues of representation. Issues in Teacher Education 12: 19-34.

  • Ross, D.L., R.L. Yerrick and P. Molebash. 2003. Lights! Camera! Science?!! Using digital video in elementary science classrooms. Learning & Leading with Technology 31: 30-33.

  • Ross, Donna L. 2002. Mentoring the mentors: Supporting and teaching cooperating teachers in a K-12 university partnership. Presented at Association of Teacher Educators (ATE), February, in Denver, CO.

  • Weidner, J. and D. L Ross. 2002. Evaluation of a redesigned non-majors biology laboratory course: Did it make a difference? Presented at American Educational Research Association (AERA), April, in New Orleans, LA.

  • Ross, Donna L. 2002. We teach as we were taught: Integrating active learning and pedagogy into undergraduate science courses. Presented at Association for the Education of Teachers of Science (AETS), January, in Charlotte, NC.

  • Ross, Donna L. 2002. University science students and K-8 teachers collaborating to improve science teaching and learning. Presented at National Science Teachers’ Association (NSTA), March, in San Diego, CA.

  • Koballa, T. R, K. A Atwater, M. Butler, F. Crawley, R. Miles, C. Mason, R. Yerrick, D. L Ross and S. Blake-Beard. 2002. Professors, protégés, perspectives, and parameters: A symposium on mentoring new faculty in science education. Presented at National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), April, in New Orleans, LA.

  • Ross, Donna L. 2002. Block scheduling science: Does it live up to its reputation? Presented at National Science Teachers’ Association (NSTA), Annual Conference, March, in San Diego, CA.

  • Ross, Donna L. and J. Weidner. 2002. University and community college science educators join together: Integrating active learning and pedagogy into undergraduate biology courses. Presented at National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), April, in New Orleans, LA.

  • Ross, Donna L., H. Coven, K. Cummins, R. Pacheco, E. Fisher, N. Taylor and W. Oechel. 2002. Linking K-6 science learning with near-real-time data. Presented at American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), , June, in Waimea, HI.

  • Ross, D.L. 2002. Successful instructional strategies for reading in science. The California Reader 35: 9-13.

  • Ross, D.L. and N. Frey. 2002. Successful instructional strategies for reading in science. The California Reader 35: 9-13.

  • Ross, D.L. 2002. Cooperating teachers facilitating reflective practice for student teachers in a professional development school. Education 122: 682-687.

  • Ross, Donna L. 2001. San Diego State University professional development schools (PDS). Part of a larger workshop organized by Henriques, L. & Colburn, A. (2001, January) Creating an integrated elementary teacher education program: The response of 9 CSU campuses. Presented at Association for the Education of Teachers of Science (AETS), January, in Costa Mesa, CA.

  • Ross, Donna L., C. L Mason, W. Oechel and N. Taylor. 2001. University science majors in collaborative partnerships with elementary teachers: Inquiry-based teaching and learning. Presented at Association for the Education of Teachers of Science (AETS), January, in Costa Mesa, CA.

  • Ross, Donna L. 2001. Block schedule science: Does it help or hinder? Presented at Association for the Education of Teachers of Science (AETS), January, in Costa Mesa, CA.

  • Marriott, A., N. Taylor, W. Oechel and D. L Ross. 2001. The PISCES project: Forming partnerships for inquiry-based science teaching and learning. Presented at American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), February, in San Francisco, CA.

  • Ross, Donna L. 2001. Block scheduling science: Advantages, disadvantages, research and recommendations. Presented at California Science Teachers’ Association (CSTA), October, in Palm Springs, CA.

  • Yerrick, R.K. and D.L. Ross. 2001. I Read, I Learn, iMovie: Strategies for developing literacy in the context of inquiry-based science instruction. Reading On-Line. http://www.readingonline.org/articles/art_index.asp?HREF=yerrick/index.html.

  • Ross, Donna L. 2000. Influences of block scheduling on secondary science instruction. Presented at National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), April, in New Orleans, LA.

  • Ross, Donna L. and D. L Grisham. 2000. University and the K-12 collaboration: Overcoming the "data plantation" metaphor. Presented at American Educational Research Association (AERA), April, in New Orleans, LA.

  • Callaway, J.C., J.B. Zedler and D.L. Ross. 1997. Using tidal salt marsh mesocosms to aid wetland restoration. Restoration Ecology 5: 135-146.

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