Wiseman, A. M., Pendleton, M., Christianson, C., & Nesheim, N. (2017). A case study of struggle and Success: Profiling a third grader’s reading and writing in a multimodal curriculum. Journal of Language and Literacy Education, 13(1), 55-69.
Wiseman, A. M., Kupianinen, R., Makinen, M., (2016). Literacy through photography Multimodal and visual literacy in a third-grade classroom. Early Childhood Education Journal, 44 (5), 537-544.
Kupiainen, R., Leinonen, H., Mäkinen, M., and Wiseman, A.M. (2016) A digital book project with primary education teachers in Finland. Knobel, M. and Kalman, J. (Eds.). Aprendizaje docente y nuevas prácticas del lenguaje. Posibilidades del desarrollo profesional en contextos digitales, (p. 143-167). Mexico City: Grupo SM.
Wiseman, A. M., Pendleton, M. J., Christianson, C., & Nesheim, N. (2015). A cross-case analysis of Ellie & David: Using multimodal interaction microanalysis to understand “struggle” in the classroom. Literacy Research Association Yearbook, pp. 77-90.
Imig, D., Wiseman, D., Wiseman, A., & Imig, S. (2014) What is high quality teacher education? In J.C. Lee & C. Day (Eds.), Quality and Change in US Teacher Education, (pp. 77-94) New York, NY: Springer Publishing.
Wiseman, A. M. (Spring/Summer 2014). Documenting literacy in the community: Pre-service teacher’s engagement and learning with students outside of school. Multicultural Education, 21 (3&4), 51-63.
Wiseman, A. M. (2013). Summer’s end and sad goodbyes: Children’s picturebooks about death and dying. Children’s Literature in Education, 41(1), 1-14.
Wiseman, A. M. (2012). Resistance, engagement, and understanding: A profile of an emergent reader responding to readalouds in a kindergarten classroom. Reading Writing Quarterly, 28, p. 255-278.
Wiseman, A. M. (2011). Powerful students, powerful words: Students writing and learning in a poetry workshop. Literacy, 45(2), p. 70-77.
Wissman, K. & Wiseman A. M. (2011). “That’s my worst nightmare”: Poetry and trauma in the middle school classroom. Pedagogies: An International Journal, 6(3), 234-249.
Selected Scholarly Presentations
Wiseman, A. M., Mason, M., Gore, J., Eller, K., Kebker, M.L., Coonfer, E., (March 2017). Technology connections and international collaboration: Fostering global classroom partnerships and expanding teacher worldviews. Presented at the annual meeting of the North Carolina Reading Association. Raleigh, NC.
Cappello, M., Turner, J., & Wiseman, A.M. (December, 2016). Visual methods and meanings: Collaborative analysis of children’s multimodal texts. Presented at the annual meeting of the Literacy Research Association. Carlsbad, CA.
Wiseman, A. M., Pendleton, M. J. (December, 2014). “I saw this story on YouTube…”: Critical media literacy for elementary students in an afterschool program. Presented at the annual meeting of the Literacy Research Association. San Marco Island, FL.
Wiseman, A. M. & Wissman, K. (March 2014). “I don’t really tell adults”: Children’s responses to picturebooks about bullying. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Philadelphia, PA.
Wiseman, A. M. (December 2013). Using visual, literary & psychological frameworks to analyze children’s picturebooks about bullying. Presented at the annual meeting of the Literacy Research Association. Dallas, TX.