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Publications: Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

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.

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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.  

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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 Learning, 10 (1), 68-79.  

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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.    

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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.

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Hunts, H. & Carjuzaa, J.  (2010). Preparing teacher candidates in family consumer sciences to integrate Indian Education for All, Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences Education, 28(1), 2010.

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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 Trascendental Educación Indígena para Todos del estado de Montana), Journal of Educational Research, 24 (1), 91-107.

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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.

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Carjuzaa, J. & Abercrombie, M. (2008). Parallels and contrasts between cultural and civic competence, The International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, 8 (5), 11-18.

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Carjuzaa, J., et al. (2008). Drawing parallels in search of educational equity: A multicultural delegation to China looks outside to see within, Multicultural Perspectives, 10 (1), 35-40.

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

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Reyes, X. A., & Carjuzaa, J. (2006). Strategies for preparing culturally competent teachers, International Journal of Learning, 12 (2), 50-59. ISSN: 1447-9494.

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Carjuzaa, J. (2004). Win-win partnerships: Pairing teacher candidates earning an ESL endorsement with Upward Bound participants, Nexus: A Journal for Teachers in Development, 7, (1), November, 2004, ISSN: 1521-1894.

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Carjuzaa, J. (2003). Exploring cultural identity:  Reflections of pre-service teachers, International Journal of Learning, 10, Melbourne, Australia: Common Ground Publishing.

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Carjuzaa, J. & Reyes, X. A. (2000). Le mythe de l’egalite des chances dans l’ecole publique Americaine: 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 Societes: Evolution, Revolution, Devolution. Actes du Colloque International:  Sous la direction de Jean-Paul Barbiche. Paris, France:  L’Harmattan.  ISBN# 9 782747 503372.

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Tracy, K. & Carjuzaa, J. (1993) Identity enactment in intellectual discussion, Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 12 (3), 171‑ 194.

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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 Education, 16 (3), 258‑269.

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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.

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Published Chapters


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.

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

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Published Textbooks


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

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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.