Research

Publications

Davis, J.S., Clayton, C., & Broome, J. (2017). Thinking like researchers: Action research and its impact on novice teachers’ thinking. Educational Action Research. In press.

Davis, J.S. (2016). Building a professional teaching identity on social media: A digital constellation of selves. Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense.

Davis, J. S. & Fantozzi, V. B. (2016). As the moments unfold: Developing dispositions in student teacher-mentor teacher relationships. In C. L. Crawford and S. M. Hardy (Eds.), Handbook on classroom teachers as associated teacher educators. In press.

Davis, J.S. & Fantozzi, V. B. (2016). What do student teachers want in mentor teachers? Desired, expected, possible, and emerging roles. Mentoring and Tutoring, 3(24), 250-266. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13611267.2016.1222814

Davis, J. S. (2016, January 13). Invited book review of Observation skills for effective teaching: Research-based practice. Teachers College Record.

Davis, J.S. (2015). Reflecting on reflection. Virginia English Journal, 2(65), 9-10.

Kelting Gibson, L. M., Gallavan, N. P., St. Arnauld, E., Black, G., Cayson, A., Davis, J., Evans, K. D., Patricia P. Johnson, P. P., Levandowski, B., Mosley, K., Rickey, D., Shulsky, D. D., Thomas, D., Williamson, A. M., & Wolfgang, J. (2014). Four facets of classroom assessment: Obstacles, obligations, outcomes, and opportunities. In N. P. Gallavan & L. Putney (Eds.), ATE Yearbook XXIII: Optimizing Teaching, Learning, and Schooling with Classroom Assessment, Program Evaluation, and Educator Accountability.

Davis, J.S. (2013). Building resilient students: Three strategies for success. Educational Horizons, 92. Available at http://pilambda.org/horizons/building-resilient students-three strategies-for-success/

Davis, J.S. (2013). Modeling informed, interested reading. ASCD Express, 9(3). Available at http://www.ascd.org/ascd-express/vol9/903-davis.aspx

Davis, J.S. (2013, July 23). Defining/undermining true professionalism for our times: Two competing narratives. Teachers College Record.

Davis, J.S. (2013). Storying the student teaching experience: Trying on teaching personae. Clearing House: A Journal of Educational Issues, Strategies, and Ideas, 86(3),  121-124.

Davis, J.S. (2012). Secondary preservice teachers: The tensions of developing and presenting a teaching persona. Current Issues in Education, 2(15).

Davis, J. S. (2011). Five secondary teachers: Creating and presenting a teaching persona. Current Issues in Education, 14(1).

Davis, J. S. (2010, March). Book review of Qualitative methods: Challenging the orthodoxies. Education Review. Available at http://www.edrev.info/reviews/rev901.pdf

Davis, J. S. (2009). Connecting through time. California English Journal, 1(5)5, 6-7.

Davis, J. S. (2009, March). Book review of Adolescents at school: Perspectives on youth, identity, and education. Education Review.  Available at http://edrev.asu.edu/brief/mar09.html#11

Davis, J. S. (2008, November). Book review of Reflective teaching: Evidence-informed professional practice. Education Review.  Available at http://edrev.asu.edu/brief/nov08.html#8

Davis, J. S. (2008, August). Book review of Teach like your hair’s on fire: The methods and madness inside room 56. Education Review. Available at http://edrev.asu.edu/brief/aug08.html#5

Davis, J. S. (2008, August 21). Putting the habits into practice. ASCD Express. Available at http://www.ascd.org/ascd_express/vol3/323_davis.aspx.

 

Professional Presentations

Davis, J. S., Ferrell, C., Forknall, N., Waters, P., & Whalen, Z. (2016, April). Building community online. Panel presentation at the University of Mary Washington, Fredericksburg, VA. Davis, J. S. (2016, March).

Davis, J. S. (2016, March). Tweeting a new self or playing the game: Preservice teachers’ identity development via twitter. Digital research colloquium presented at the University of Mary Washington, Fredericksburg, VA.

Davis, J. S. (2016, February).I never thought of it like that”: Preservice teachers and professional identity development via twitter.  Paper presented at the Association of Teacher Educators conference, Chicago, IL.

Davis, J.S. & Milton, J. (2015, September) Picture a different world: Instagram’s effect on students’ attitudes toward social studies and social media. Paper accepted for presentation at the Virginia Educational Research Association conference, Charlottesville, VA (accepted but neither presenter could attend).

Davis, J.S. (2015, February). Finding and sharing their stories: Pecha kucha with preservice           teachers. Paper presented at the Association of Teacher Educators conference, Phoenix, AZ.

Davis, J.S. (2014, September). Process, not product: Beginning teachers’ responses to models of   instruction. Paper presented at the Virginia Educational Research Association Conference, Charlottesville, VA.

Davis, J.S., Clayton, C., and Broome, J. (2014, April). Thinking like researchers:   Preservice teachers’ action research. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Davis, J.S. (2014, January). Thinking like researchers: Student teachers’ action research.  Social science research colloquium presented to the UMW faculty. Fredericksburg, VA.

Davis, J.S. (2013, November). The long and short of it: Memoir and pecha kucha with preservice English teachers. Paper presented at the National Council of Teachers of English, Boston, MA.

Davis, J.S. & Cazan, D. (2013, September). Navigating learning with digital natives: Web  based inquiry projects in the reading classroom. Paper presented at the Virginia Educational Research Association, Charlottesville, VA.

Davis, J.S. & Maalouf, C. (2013, September). Drama and adolescent social emotional development. Paper presented at the Virginia Educational Research  Association, Charlottesville, VA.

Davis, J.S. and Fantozzi, V. (2013, February). Student teacher-cooperating teacher relationships: Values, interactions, and implications. Paper presented at the Association of Teacher Educators Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Davis, J.S. (2013, February). Preparing students teachers to present a professional self in a constructivist, multicultural world. Roundtable presented at the Association of Teacher Educators Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Davis, J.S. (2011, February). Who am I this Time?  Secondary preservice teachers and the process of developing and presenting a teaching persona. Paper presented at the Association of Teacher Educators Conference, Orlando, FL.

Davis, J.S. (2010, October). Preservice secondary teachers and the relationship between assessment and persona. Paper presented at the National Evaluation Institute Conference, Williamsburg, VA.

Davis, J.S. (2010, January). Who am I this time? Secondary preservice teachers and the process of developing and presenting a teaching persona. Paper presented at the Curry Research Conference, Charlottesville, VA.

Davis, J.S. (2009, September). Developing a teaching persona: A qualitative study of five teachers’ practices.  Paper presented at the Virginia Educational Research Association conference, Charlottesville, VA.

Davis, J.S. (2009, October). Developing a teaching persona: A two-stage analysis. Paper presented at the   American Association for Teaching and Curriculum conference, Crystal City, VA.