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Publications

journal keystone state reading Reed, A., Tulley, M. and Hahn, J. (2008). Learning to do Good Thinks: A Case Study of Critical Literacy and Student Writing in a 4th Grade Classroom. PA Reads: The Journal of the Keystone State Reading Association, (8)2, 13-37.
Journal of instructional psychology Tulley, M. and Chiu, L. (1998). Children’s perceptions of the effectiveness of classroom discipline techniques. Journal of Instructional Psychology, 25(3), 189-197.
journal of Taipei Municipal

Tulley, M. (1998). America’s teacher education programs: Lessons in maintaining quality.  Journal of Taipei Municipal Teachers College, 87, 73-84.

Journal of Instruct Psychology 97

Chiu, L. and Tulley, M. (1997). Student preferences of teacher discipline style.  Journal of Instructional Psychology, 24 (3), 168-175.

Journal of Ed Research 1995

Tulley, M. and Chiu, L. (1995). Student teachers and classroom discipline. Journal of Educational Research, 88, 164-171.

reading horizons

Tulley, M. (1991). The effectiveness of one school district’s basal reader selection process.  Reading Horizons, 32, 96-108.

Reading and res

Tulley, M. (1991). Learning to teach with a new basal reading program. Journal of Reading Education, 17, 12-22.

Journal of Reading Education 1990

Tulley, M. (1990). Children’s spelling of Dolch words in grades 2 through 6.  Journal of Reading Education, 16 (1),7-14.

school text books Tulley, M. and Farr, R. (1990). Textbook evaluation and selection. In Woodward, A. and Elliot, R. (Eds.). Textbooks and Schooling in the United States. 89th Yearbook, National Society for the Study of Education. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Theory and Practice Tulley, M. and Farr. R. (1989). State level adoption of basal readers: Goals, processes, and recommendations. Theory into Practice, 4, 248-253.
Book Research quarterly

Tulley, M. (1989). The pros and cons of state level textbook adoption.  Book Research Quarterly, 5, 71-80.

Content Area Reading and Learning Farr, R., Tulley, M. and Pritchard, R. (1989). Assessment instruments and techniques used by the content area teacher. In Lapp, D., Flood, J. and Farnan, N. (Eds.).  Content Area Reading and Learning, Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.
Ready Psychology

Tulley, M. and Farr, R. (1987). A comparison of four methods of determining instructional reading levels. Reading Psychology, 8, 149-168.

journal of research and development Farr, R., Tulley, M. and Rayford, L. (1987). Selecting basal readers: A comparison of school districts in adoption and nonadoption states. Journal of Research and Development in Education, 20, 59-72.
the elementary school journal

Farr, R., Tulley, M. and Powell, D. (1987). The evaluation and selection of basal readers.  The Elementary School Journal, 87, 357-366.

education evaluation

Tulley, M. (1985). A descriptive study of the intents of state level textbook adoption processes. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 7, 289-308.

journal of research and development Tulley, M. and Farr, R. (1985). The purpose of state level textbook adoption: What does the legislation reveal? Journal of Research and Development in Education, 18, 1-6.
Kappa

Farr, R. and Tulley, M. (1985). Do Adoption Committees Perpetuate Mediocre Textbooks? Phi Delta Kappan, 66, 467-471.

research

Tulley, M. and Farr, R. (1985). Textbook adoption: Insight, impact and potential.  Book Research Quarterly, 1, 4-11.

Meeting the needs of the handicapped Tulley, M. Edwards, C. and Olds, M. (1980). Special education and the media center. In Thomas, C.H. and Thomas, J.L. (Eds.)  Meeting the Needs of the Handicapped: A Resource for Teachers and Librarians. Phoenix: Oryx Press.
Indiana Reading Quarterly 1980 Tulley, M. (1980). A look at vision screening. Indiana Reading Quarterly, 12, 12-15.
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