Peer-Reviewed Articles and Refereed White Papers
Toshalis, E. and Nakkula, M. J. (2012). The integration of motivation, engagement, and voice in student-centered learning. Invited paper for the Students at the Center: Teaching and Learning in the Era of the Common Core project, supported by Jobs for the Future and funded by the Nellie Mae Education Foundation. Website: studentsatthecenter.org.
A Prezi summarizing this work can be found here.
The folks at Personalize Learning adapted our article here.
Philadelphia Public School's "the notebook" detailed how our article applies in their district's work.
The folks at Up for Learning used our article to show how students can and should be agents of change in our communities.
Edutopia listed it as a crucial resource in their film festival on student voice and choice.
Toshalis, E. (2011). The rhetoric of care: Preservice teacher discourses that depoliticize, deflect, and deceive. The Urban Review, 44(1), 1-35. doi: 10.1007/s11256-011-0177-y.
Toshalis, E. (2010). From disciplined to disciplinarian: The reproduction of symbolic violence in preservice teacher education. Journal of Curriculum Studies, 42(2), 183-213.