Here, I’ve curated downloadable .pdfs, links to presentations, and other works that live on the web.
Hagerman, M.S. & White, A. (2013). What’s the best formula for enhancing online inquiry skills? [(PST)2 + (iC3)]. Reading Today, Dec/Jan, 20-21. .pdf
Hagerman, M.S., Keller, A., & Spicer, J.L. (2013). Building skills and mindsets: The MSU educational technology certificate courses and their impact on teachers’ growth as technology integrators.TechTrends, 57(3), 26-33. Link
Morsink, P.M., Hagerman, M.S., Heintz, A., Boyer, D.M., Harris, R., Kereluik, K., & Hartman, D.K. (2011). Professional Development to Support TPACK Technology Integration: The Initial Learning Trajectories of Thirteen Fifth- and Sixth-Grade Educators. The Journal of Education, 191 (2), 3-16. Link
Hagerman, M.S. (2014). Synthesis of multiple texts: Exploring activities and research that can inform intentional teaching. Round-table session presented at the annual meeting of the International Reading Association, New Orleans, LA. .pdf
Morsink, P. & Hagerman, M.S. (2013). Revamping social studies inquiry in the 21st century: New challenges, new opportunities. Presentation presented at the annual meeting of the Michigan Council for the Social Studies, Lansing, MI. .pdf
Hagerman, M.S., White, A., Sherrieb, A., Lewis, C., Morsink, P. & Hartman, D.K. (2013). [(PST)2 + iC3]: A formula for online inquiry and synthesis. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Michigan Reading Association, Grand Rapids, MI. Link
Hagerman, M.S. (2011, December). The contributions of inhibition, spatial working memory and set shifting to measures of online and print-based reading. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Literacy Research Association, Jacksonville, Florida. .pdf
Hartman, D.K., Morsink, P.M. & Hagerman, M.S. (2011, December). Overlapping waves of change: Six elementary teachers’ changing conceptions and practices of literacy as they learn to integrate technology. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Literacy Research Association, Jacksonville, Florida. .jpeg and Link
The Bridge Webinar Series: A co-production of the Master’s in Educational Technology Program
Online study guide to supplement Harvey, S. & Goudvis, A. (2007) Strategies that work. Portland, ME: Stenhouse. with Chad Waldron and Jennifer Knight.
Educational Psychology and Educational Technology Student Research Group Digital Commonspace, co-founder.
Association of Independent School Librarians Summer Institute
Hagerman, M.S. (2014). At the center of IT all: Scaffolding advanced information literacies for K-12 students in school libraries. Presentations given at the annual summer institute of the Association of Independent School Librarians, St. Louis, MO. .pdf & .pdf of references
LINK to Blendspace Curation of “This I Believes” about teaching digital literacies, created by institute participants
LINK to Blendspace Curation of practical applications of theory to practice in support of digital literacies development in schools, created by institute participants
St. Lawrence University Research Talk
St. Lawrence University Teaching Demonstration
LinoBoard for EDUC 373