Selected Publications & Presentations

11th edition

 

 

 
10th edition

 

 

9th edition
 
   

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Carjuzaa, J., Ruff, W. G., & Henderson, D. (2016). Redefining and decolonizing philanthropy in American Indian communities. Journal of Global Research in Education and Social Science8(2), 110-122.


 

Carjuzaa, J., Baldwin, A. & Munson, M. (2015). Making the dream real: Montana's Indian Education for All
initiative thrives in a national climate of anti-ethnic studies. Multicultural Perspectives, 17(4), 198-206.


Carjuzaa, J. (2015). Learning about the mis-education of American Indians. Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan National Center for Professional Development "Orleu", 'Psychological Safety of the Educational Environment'. Petropavlovsk, Kazakhstan, 0016/10-08-700.


Henderson, D., Carjuzaa, J., & Ruff, W. (2015). Reconciling leadership paradigms: Authenticity as practiced by American Indian school leaders. International Journal of Multicultural Education, 17(1) 211-231.


Henderson, D., Ruff, W. G., & Carjuzaa, J. (2015). Social justice leadership for American Indian sovereignty: A model for principal preparation. The Journal of Education and Social Justice, 4(1), 75-91.


Carjuzaa, J. & Hunts, H. (2013). Thinking outside discipline boundaries to integrate Indian Education for All across the curriculum. Collected Essays on Learning and Teaching, 6, 93-98.


Carjuzaa, J.  (2012).  The positive impact of culturally responsive pedagogy: Montana’s Indian Education for All.  International Journal of Multicultural Education, 14 (3).  Retrieved from  http://www.ijme-journal.org/index.php/ijme/article/view/620/779.  


Carjuzaa, J. & Ruff, W. G. (2010). When Western epistemology and an Indigenous worldview meet: Culturally responsive assessment in practice, Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning10 (1), 68-79.  


Carjuzaa, J. & Fenimore-Smith, K. (2010). The give away spirit: Reaching a shared vision of ethical Indigenous research relationships,Journal of Educational Controversy, 5 (2), Summer 2010, ISSN 1935-7699.    


Carjuzaa, J., Jetty, M., Munson, M., & Veltkamp, T. (2010).  Montana’s Indian Education for All: Applying multicultural education theory,Multicultural Perspectives, 12 (4), 192 -198.


Hunts, H. & Carjuzaa, J.  (2010). Preparing teacher candidates in family consumer sciences to integrate Indian Education for AllJournal of Family and Consumer Sciences Education28(1)2010.


Carjuzaa, J. (2010). Culturally responsive pedagogy in practice: Montana’s Indian Education for All landmark legislation (La Práctica de la Pedagogía Culturalmente Apropiada: La Legislación TrascendentalEducación Indígena para Todos del estado de Montana), Journal of Educational Research, 24 (1), 91-107.


Carjuzaa, J. (2009). Professional development for teacher educators to help them prepare their teacher candidates to integrate Montana’s Indian Education for All Act across the K-12 curriculum, International Online Journal of Educational  Sciences, 1 (1), 29-47.


Carjuzaa, J. & Abercrombie, M. (2008). Parallels and contrasts between cultural and civic competence, The International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations8 (5), 11-18.


Carjuzaa, J., et al. (2008). Drawing parallels in search of educational equity: A multicultural delegation to China looks outside to see within,Multicultural Perspectives10 (1), 35-40.


Carjuzaa, J. (2007). Cultural plunges: Pre-service teachers confront unacknowledged biasesThe International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, 7 (5), 153-160.


Reyes, X. A., & Carjuzaa, J. (2006). Strategies for preparing culturally competent teachersInternational Journal of Learning12 (2), 50-59. ISSN: 1447-9494.


Carjuzaa, J. (2004). Win-win partnerships: Pairing teacher candidates earning an ESL endorsement with Upward Bound participantsNexus: A Journal for Teachers in Development7, (1), November, 2004, ISSN: 1521-1894.


Carjuzaa, J. (2003). Exploring cultural identity:  Reflections of pre-service teachersInternational Journal of Learning10, Melbourne, Australia: Common Ground Publishing.


Carjuzaa, J. & Reyes, X. A. (2000). Le mythe de l’égalité des chances dans l’école publique Américaine: Analyse du discours sur l’exlusion. (The “Myth” of equal educational opportunities in the American public school system: Analysis of a discourse on exclusion ), Centre d’Etudes et de Recherches Inter-Langues (CERIL), Le Havre, France. In Cultures et Sociétés: Evolution, Révolution, Dévolution. Actes du Colloque International:  Sous la direction de Jean-Paul Barbiche. Paris, France:  L’Harmattan.  ISBN# 9 782747 503372.


Tracy, K. & Carjuzaa, J. (1993) Identity enactment in intellectual discussion, Journal of Language and Social Psychology12 (3), 171‑ 194.


Hill, R., Carjuzaa, J., Aramburo, D. & Baca, L. (1993) Culturally and linguistically diverse teachers in special education: repairing or redesigning the leaky pipeline, Teacher Education and Special Education16 (3), 258‑269.


Published Book Review

Carjuzaa, J. (2008). How the Language and Culture of Scholars Affects their Choice of Subjects and Methods of Research: Investigating the Researcher’s Habit of Mind, Critical Inquiry in Language Studies, 5 (1), 64-68.


Published Chapters

Carjuzaa, J., Ruff, W. G. & Henderson, D., (2015) Promoting Social Justice through the Indian Leadership Education and Development (ILEAD) Ed.D. Program.  In V. Stead, (Ed.),  The Ed.D. as a Force for Social Justice and Community Leadership, Volume 5, Equity in Higher Education Theory, Policy, & Praxis Series.  New York: The Peter Lang Publishing Group.


 

Carjuzaa, J.  (2011). Montana’s Indian Education for All: Preparing teacher candidates to embrace culturally responsive pedagogy. In  E. G. Kugler, (Ed.), Innovative Voices in Education: What It Takes to Engage Diverse Communities (pp. 43-62),  Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Education.


Baca, L., Escamilla, K., & Carjuzaa, J. (1994). Language minority students: Literacy and educational reformIn Nancy J. Ellsworth, Carolyn N. Hedley, & Anthony N. Baratta, (Eds.), Literacy: A Redefinition(pp. 61‑76). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., Publishers Inc.

 


Published Textbooks

Carjuzaa, J. & Kellough, R. D. (2016). Teaching in the middle and secondary schools (11th edition). Pearson Professional & Career Publishing, Upper Saddle River, N. J ISBN: 0-13-406922-6.


Carjuzaa, J. (2016). Instructor's manual to accompany: Teaching in the middle and secondary schools (11th edition). Pearson Professional & Career Publishing, Upper Saddle River, N. J.


Carjuzaa, J. & Kellough, R. D. (2012). Teaching in the middle and secondary schools (10th edition). Pearson Professional & Career Publishing, Upper Saddle River, N. J: 0-13-269620-7.


Carjuzaa, J. (2012). Instructor's manual to accompany: Teaching in the middle and secondary schools (10th edition). Pearson Professional & Career Publishing, Upper Saddle River, N. J.


Kellough, R. D. & Carjuzaa, J. (2009). Teaching in the middle and secondary schools (9th edition). Pearson Professional & Career Publishing, Upper Saddle River, N. J. ISBN: 13:978-0-13-138974-2.


Carjuzaa, J. (2009). Instructor's manual to accompany: Teaching in the middle and secondary schools (9th edition). Pearson Professional & Career Publishing, Upper Saddle River, N. J. ISBN: 0-13-158972-5.


Carjuzaa, J. (2008). Companion Web Site for "Teaching in the Middle and Secondary Schools" (9th edition), Pearson Professional & Career Publishing, Upper Saddle River, N. J. www.pearsonhighered.com/kelloughsecondary9e


Carjuzaa, J. (2006). Teacher Prep Classroom Web Based Learning Module for "General Methods", Praxis Questions and Analysis of Classroom Videos, Merrill Education Publishing.


Kellough, R. D. & Carjuzaa, J. (2005). Teaching in the middle and secondary schools (8th edition). Merrill Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, N. J. ISBN: 0-13-029285-0.


Carjuzaa, J. (2005). Instructor's manual to accompany: Teaching in the middle and secondary schools (8th edition). Merrill Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, N. J. ISBN: 0-13-119375-9


Recent Selected Presentations/Workshops

  • Promoting Social Justice through the Indian Leadership Education and Development (ILEAD) Ed.D. Program, American Educational Studies Association (AESA), San Antonio, TX  11/15

  • What Teacher Educators Have Learned from K-12 Classroom Teachers to Help Them Prepare Tomorrow’s Teaching Corps to Implement Indian Education for All, 29th National Indian Education Association (NIEA) Convention, Portland, OR  10/15

  • Weaving the Work of James Banks, Sonia Nieto, Paulo Freire, Parker Palmer, and Others in Leading for Social Justice, National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME), 25th Annual International Conference, New Orleans, LA  10/15

  • Evaluating Resources/Materials to Implement Indian Education for All, National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME), 25th Annual International Conference, New Orleans, LA  10/15

  • Keeping the Power of Books in Mind: Evaluation and Selection of Classroom Resources about American IndiansPIR Day, Polson High School, 09/15

  • Revitalizing Montana's Indigenous Languages: Professional Development for Class 7 Language and Culture Teachers, International Society for Language Studies, Albuquerque, NM  06/15

  • Impact of a Culturally Responsive Principal Preparation Program on Reconciling Identity and Achievement, Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Chicago, IL  04/15

  • Critically Analyzing Instructional Materials about American Indians, Montana Indian Education Association (MIEA) Conference, Billings, MT 4/15

  • Wanji Oyate Education Cohort Members Speak Out, Montana Indian Education Association (MIEA) Conference, Billings, MT 014/15

  • The Stories We Tell: Improving Literacy Skills and Knowledge about Cross-Border Tribal Connections to Canada, Washington State Council for the Social Studies, Chelan, WA, 03/15

  • Faculty in Mentoring Programs: How to Recruit/Retain Underrepresented Graduate Students, 7th Annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA  02/15

  • Conversation about Contexts in the Pedagogies of Mentoring in Higher Education: Mentoring Students, 7th Annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA  02/15

  • How Indigenous School Leaders Reconcile Cultural Clashes in Schools, Northern Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association (NRMERA), Rapid City, SD, 10/14

  • The Evolution of an Innovative Educational Leadership Program: I LEAD and Social Justice Leadership for American Indian Sovereignty, the 19th Annual Values and Leadership Conference at Deerhurst Resort in Muskoka, ON, CA, 09/14.

  • Using Paulo Freire and Parker Palmer in Graduate Educational Leadership: From Cultural Awareness to Social Justice Activism in School Leadership, the 19th Annual Values and Leadership Conference at Deerhurst Resort in Muskoka, ON, CA, 09/14.

  • Leading in Two Worlds: Authenticity as Practiced by American Indian School Leaders, the 19th Annual Values and Leadership Conference at Deerhurst Resort in Muskoka, ON, CA, 09/14.

  • Possibilities and Challenges of Transformational Teaching: What does it look like within the context of teacher education?14th International Conference on Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, Vienna, Austria, 07/14

  • Infusing Indigenous paradigms in pedagogical practices to transform mainstream education (K-20), World Indigenous People’s Conference on Education (WIPCE), Honolulu, HI, 05/14

  • In Contrast to the Ethnic Studies Ban in Arizona, Montana’s Indian Education for All Prevails, 31st Annual Montana Indian Education Association (MIEA) Conference, Missoula, MT  04/14

  • Engaging Students from Diverse Backgrounds in Higher Education: Lessons Learned from K-12 Practices Around the World, 6th Annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA  02/14

  • Educating Our Educators: The Most Effective Methods of Teaching Native Students, Education in Indian Country, Native American Education Conference, Cabezon, CA, 12/13

  • Indian Education for All: A Model for Multiculturally Responsive Pedagogy, Intensive Institute, National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME), 23rd Annual International Conference, Oakland, CA  11/13

  • Empowering Miracle Survivors: Native American Student Success Services at MSU, 44th Annual National Indian Education Association (NIEA) 2013 Convention and Trade Show, Rapid City, SD  10/13

  • How Come I never Heard of That?”: Learning to Integrate Indigenous Studies into the Curriculum in Montana and in Western Australia, 13th International Conference on Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, Darwin, Australia, 06/13

  • Montana’s Native American Tribes and Language Revitalization, International Society of Language Studies, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 06/13

  • Indian Education for All: A Model for Culturally Responsive Pedagogy in Practice, College Board, Native American Student Advocacy Institute (NASAI), Missoula and Pablo, MT, 05/13

  • Challenges Teacher Candidates Face and Resistance They Voice in Implementing Indian Education for All, National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME), 22nd Annual International Conference, Philadelphia, PA  11/12

  • An Indian Is An Indian, Is An Indian, Right?: How the Seven Essential Understandings Can Help You Effectively Advise American Indian Students, National Academic Advising Association Region VIII Conference (NACADA), Bozeman, MT  09/12

  • Thinking Outside Discipline Boundaries to Integrate Indian Education for All Across the Curriculum, 32nd annual Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE), Montréal, Québec, Canada 06/12

  • What Teacher Educators Have Learned from K-12 Classroom Teachers to Help Them Prepare Tomorrow’s Teaching Corps to Implement Indian Education for All, 29th Annual Montana Indian Education Association (MIEA) Conference, Billings, MT  04/12

  • Indigenous Studies in Western Australia and Montana: Similarities and Differences, National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME), 21st Annual International Conference, Chicago, IL  11/11

  • Culturally Responsive Pedagogy in Practice: Preparing Teacher Candidates to Integrate Indian Education for All, 37th Annual Bilingual Multicultural Education/Equity Conference (BMEEC), Anchorage, AL  04/11

  • Montana’s Indian Education for All: Applying Multicultural Education Theory, 7th International Globalization, Diversity, and Education Conference, Washington State University, Spokane, WA  02/11

  • Indigenous Worldviews and American Indian Graduate Students’ Perceptions of Online Learning, Northern Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association (NRMERA), Big Sky, MT, 09/10

  • Indigenous Studies: A Matter of Social Justice; A Matter of Urgency, Murdoch University, Perth, Western Australia, 08/10

  • Indian Education and Aboriginal Studies: The Montana Connection, Notre Dame University, Broome, Western Australia, 07/10

  • Indian Education for All: Post-secondary Educators, Office of Public Instruction, Indian Education for All Advocacy Institute,Great Falls, MT, 06/10

  • Leadership for Self-Determination: Transforming the Ecology of Schools in American Indian Communities, Division A-Administration, Organization, & Leadership; Structured Roundtable Session, Co-Chairs—Dr. William Ruff and Dr. Jioanna Carjuzaa, Participants: John Small, Frankee White Dress, Josephine Brewer, William Mendoza, Veronica Small-Eastman, American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2010 Annual Meeting, Understanding Complex Ecologies in a Changing World, Denver, CO  05/10

  • What Teacher Educators Have Learned from K-12 Classroom Teachers to Help Them Prepare Tomorrow’s Teaching Corps to Implement Indian Education for All, 29th Annual Montana Indian Education Association (MIEA) Conference, Billings, MT  04/10