Dowling College Faculty Publications Database

Stephanie Tatum's Publications

Book Chapters

Tatum, Stephanie L. "Black Female Sex Workers: Racial Identity, Black Feminist Consciousness, and Acculturated Stress." Black Sexualities: Probing Powers, Passions, Practices, and Policies. Eds. Juan Battle and Sandra L. Barnes. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 2010. 311-326. FindIt@ALibrary

Articles

Morote, Elsa-Sofia, and Stephanie Tatum. "Developing a Valid and Highly Reliable Multicultural Awareness Questionnaire For K-12 Schools." Journal of Multiculturism in Education 5.1 (2010):. FindIt@Dowling

Miller, Rhoda, and Stephanie Tatum. "The Association of Family History Knowledge and Cultural Change With Persistence Among Undergraduate Low-Income, First-Generation College Students." Research & Teaching in Developmental Education 24.2 (2008):39-55. FindIt@Dowling

Tatum, Stephanie L, and Elsa-Sofia Morote. "A Case Study of Teachers' Motivations and Frustrations to Use Instructional Technology in Their Classrooms Before and After a Stand Alone Course." International Journal of Case Method Research & Application 21.3 (2007):229-238. FindIt@Dowling

Tatum, Stephanie, Kevin Jordan, and Ann Marie Ginsberg. "Leading in a Diverse World." International Journal of Case Method Research & Application 17.2 (2005):254-263. FindIt@Dowling

Conference Proceedings

Morote, Elsa-Sofia, Thomas Franza, and Stephanie Tatum. "Faculty and Student Opinions About the Differences Between Online and Traditional Courses." Proceedings of Society For Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference 2007. Ed. C. Crawford. Chesapeake: AACE, 2007. 2413-2424.

Franza, Thomas, Elsa-Sofia Morote, and Stephanie Tatum. "Teacher and Student Actual and Desired Usage of Technology Tools in an Online Course." Proceedings of Society For Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference 2007. Ed. C. Crawford. Chesapeake: AACE, 2007. 1982-1988.

Tatum, Stephanie, and Elsa-Sofia Morote. "A Case Study of Teacher' Motivation and Frustrustration to Use Instructional Technology in Their Classrooms Before and After a Stand-Alone Course." 24th International Conference on Case Method Research and Application. Needham: WACRA, 2007. 244-252.

Tatum, Stephanie, and Elsa-Sofia Morote. "Teacher's Motivations and Frustrations When Using Instructional Technology." Proceedings of Society For Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference 2006. Ed. C. Crawford. Chesapeake: AACE, 2006. 3630-3635.

Dissertation

Tatum, Stephanie L. Are Alteranative Schools Effectively Educating Students Placed At Risk For School Failure? the Role of Families. Diss. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1997.