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Publications

Nicole L. Thompson

Asst Professor

Instruction Curriculum Leadership

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  • Peer Reviewed Chapters
  • Thompson, N. L. (2005). Teachers: Pre-service preparation. In G. Andrews, V. Anfara, & S. Mertens (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Middle Level Education (pp. 358-359). Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing
  • Thompson, N. L. (2005). Growing up forgotten: A review of research and programs concerning early adolescence. In G. Andrews, V. Anfara, & S. Mertens (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Middle Level Education (pp. 221). Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing.
  • Thompson, N. L. (2005). G. Stanley Hall: A biography. In G. Andrews, V. Anfara, & S. Mertens (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of  Middle Level Education (pp. 223-224). Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing.
  •  Franz, D. P., Thompson, N. L., & Miller, N. C. (2013). A comparison of teacher's perceptions of perceived barriers regarding the implementation of common planning time at two middle schools. In S. Mertens, V. Anfara, Jr., M. Caskey, & N. Flowers (Eds.), The Handbook for Research in Middle Level Education (Vol. 9: Common Planning Time). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  • Invited Chapters
  • *Torrence, N. L. (2003). The sun will come out tomorrow: A case response. In T. Koballa, & J. Tippins (Eds.), Cases in middle and secondary science education: The promise
    and dilemmas (pp. 20-21). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Merrill.
  • Faircloth, S. C., & Thompson, N. L. (2012). Meeting the needs of Native American families. In B. H. Wasik (Eds.), Handbook of Family Literacy (pp. 225-269). New York, NY: Routledge Publishing.
  • Fitzgerald, H. E., Farrell, P., Barnes, J. V., Belleau, A., Gerde, H., Thompson, N. L., Lee, K. S., Calcatera, M., & Parrish, A. (2013). Wiba Anung: Co-creating a sustainable partnership with Michigan's American Indian Head Start Programs. In H. E. Fitzgerald, & J. Primavera (Eds.), Going public: Community engagement and the scholarship of practice. East Lansing, MI: MSU Press.

  • Refereed Journal Publications
  •  Bickmore, D. L., Fiske, A. G., Lowe, C. L. A., Mullen, T. M., Paisley, W. L., Parker, A. K., Pate, P. E., Pinnow, R. J., Robinson, D. M., Rogan, R. P., Stoner, D. A., Stratton, P. W.,*Torrence, N. L., & Walter, D. B. (2003). Changes in Middle School Journal content over 30 years. Middle School Journal, 35(2), 23-30.
  • Thompson, N. L., Hare, R. D., Sempier, T. A., & Grace, C. (2008). The development of a curriculum toolkit with American Indian and Alaska Native communities. Early  Childhood Education Journal, 35(5), 397-404.
  • **Miller, N. C., Thompson, N. L., & Franz, D. P. (2009). Being proactive in the cyberage: Strategies to safeguard young adolescents. Middle School Journal, 41(1), 28-35. /Looping/tabid/2090/Default.aspx
  •  Thompson, N. L., Franz, D. P., & Miller, N. (2009). Looping: Research summary. National Middle School Association. http://www.nmsa.org/Research/ResearchSummaries
  • ** Dycus, B. E., Thompson, N. L., & Brenner, D. G. (2010). Reading in Brooke's classroom: Strategy instruction that makes a difference for rural primary grade students. National  Forum of Teacher Education Journal Online, 20(1), 1-11. 
  • **Anderson, A. M., Thompson, N. L., & Franz, D. P. (2010). Learning to understand: One teacher's journey toward the development of effective classroom management practices. Schooling, 1(1), 1-7.
  • Franz, D. P., Thompson, N. L., Fuller, B. D., Hare, R. D., Miller, N. C., & Walker, J. T. (2010). Evaluating mathematics achievement of middle school students in a looping environment. School Science and Mathematics, 110(6), 298-308.
  • **Carlyle, G. A., Thompson, N. L., Hare, R. D., Miller, N. C., & Purvis, L. R. (2011). Postsecondary transitions of Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians tribal scholarship program students. Journal of American Indian Education, 50(3), 42-60.
  •  Thompson, N. L., Whitesell, N. R., Galliher, R. V., & Gfellner, B. M. (2012). Unique challenges of child development research in sovereign nations in the United States and Canada. Child Development Perspectives (Special Edition on Research with American Indians), 6(1), 61-65.
  • Franz, D. P., & Thompson, N. (2012). Common core state standards for Mathematics and assessment: (mis)Alignment. Delta  Journal of Education, 2(2), 52-68.
  • **Miller, N. C., Thompson, N. L., Xu, J. (2012). In the middle: Elementary education preservice teacher's experiences, efficacy, and interest in the education of young adolescents. Middle Grades Research Journal, 7(4), 15-30.
  • Thompson, N. L., Miller, N. C., & Franz, D. P. (2013). Comparing online and face-to-face learning experiences for nontraditional students: A case study of three online teacher education candidates. Quarterly Review of Distance Education.
  • Thompson, N. L., Owens, D. G., Seed, A. H., & Key, S. (2014). One University's middle school program in transition: Where we've been and where we're going. Current Issues in Middle Level Education.
  • Invited Journals
  • Thompson, N. L., & Hare, R. D. (2006). Reaching native children and families: Early education for American Indian and Alaska Native children in rural America. Zero to Three, 25(4), 43-45.
  • Invited Proceedings
  • Schafft, K. A., Faircloth, S. C., & Thompson, N. L. (2006). Assessing the state of knowledge: American Indian and Alaska Native rural early childhood education. In E. F. Shores    (Ed.), Proceedings of the Rural Early Childhood Forum on American Indian and Alaska Native Early Learning, July 28-29, 2005, Little Rock, AR. (Rural Early Childhood Report No. 2) (pp. 1-11). Mississippi State, MS: Mississippi State University Early Childhood Institute.
  • Thompson, N. L., Pope, M., & Holland, J. (2006). American Indian and Alaska Native school readiness. In E. F. Shores (Ed.), Proceedings of the Rural Early Childhood Forum on American Indian and Alaska Native Early Learning, July 28-29, 2005, Little Rock, AR. (Rural Early Childhood Report No. 2) (pp.  100-113). Mississippi State, MS: Mississippi State University Early Childhood Institute. 
  • Engaged Scholarship
  • Thompson, N. L., & The Inter-tribal Council of Michigan Head Start-Early Head Start Programs. (2008). Voices and visions from Michigan‚'s American Indian head start programs: A photovoice research project. Based in Sault Ste. Marie, MI.
  • Thompson, N. L., & The Cherokee Nation Early Childhood Unit (Head Start-Early Head Start Programs. (2011). Ga-Du-Gi revealed through voices and visions from the Cherokee Nation head start and early head start programs: A photovoice research project. Based in Tahlequah, OK.
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  • ** = Publication with Dr. Thompson's graduate student


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