Recent Publications

Ryken, A. E. (2015). Engaging children’s spontaneous questions about social diversity. Multicultural Perspectives, 17 (2), 99-105. Full-text article

Ryken, A. E. (2015). Environment and Learning blog.

Ryken, A. E. (2013). Gender boxes: Categories, community and conversation. TEDxTacoma.  Online video

Wacker N., & Ryken, A. E. (2012). Because it’s a girl cake!: Fostering dialogue about gender identity in elementary classrooms.. Northwest Passage: Journal of Educational Practices, 10 (1), 65-78.  Full-text article

Ryken, A. E., & Hamel, F. L. (2011). What matters is mutual investment and evidence-based dialogue: Designing meaningful contexts for teacher learning. Northwest Passage: Journal of Educational Practices, 9 (2), 95-103.  Full-text article

Ryken, A. E.  (2011). Are you a boy or a girl?: Conversations about gender in elementary classrooms artist book. Review 

Ryken, A. E., & Senn, H. A. (2010). Curriculum guide: Glimmering gone exhibition by Ingalena Klenell and Beth Lipman at the Museum of Glass. Tacoma, WA: Museum of Glass.

Bartosh, O., Ryken, A. E., Tudor, M, & Mayer-Smith, J. (2010). Tahoma Outdoor Academy: Learning about science and the environment inside and outside the classroom. In Robert E. Yager (Ed.) Exemplary Science for Resolving Societal Challenges. (pp. 93-110). Arlington, VA: National Science Teachers Association.

Hamel, F. L., & Ryken, A. E. (2010). Rehearsing professional roles in community: Teacher identity development in a school-university partnership. Teacher Development, 14 (3), 335-350. DOI: 10.1080/13664530.2010.504015

Ryken, A. E. (2009). Multiple representations as sites for teacher reflection about mathematics learning. Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 12, 347-364. Abstract

Ryken, A. E. (2009). Interpreting nature: Connecting to visitor thinking. Roots: Botanic Gardens Conservation International Education Review, 6 (1), 9-13. Abstract

Ryken, A. E. (2008). W.W. Seymour Botanical Conservatory Visitor Engagement Study Summary of Findings. Full-text report

Ryken, A. E., Otto, P., Pritchard, K., & Owens, K. (2007). Field investigations: Using outdoor environments to foster student learning of scientific processes. Olympia, WA: Pacific Education Institute. Full-text guide

Windschitl, M., Dvornich, K., Ryken, A. E., Tudor, M., & Koehler, G. (2007). A comparative model of field investigations: Aligning school science inquiry with the practices of contemporary science. School Science and Mathematics, 1 (107), 367-390.

Ryken, A. E. (2006). “Goin’ somewhere”: How career technical education programs support and constrain urban youths’ career decision-making. Career and Technical Education Research, 31 (1), 49-71.

Hamel, F. L., Ryken, A. E., Kokich, M., Lay, O., & King, J. (2006). Intentional partnerships: Generating learning within and across institutional contexts. Association of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges for Teacher Education (AILACTE) Journal, 3 (1), 41-59. Full-text article

Ryken, A. E. (2006). Multiple choices, multiple chances: Fostering re-entry pathways for first generation college students. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 30(8), 593-607.