Bass, K. M., Hu Dahl, I. & Panahandeh, R. (2016). Designing the game: How a project-based media production program approaches STEAM career readiness for underrepresented young adults. Journal of Science Education and Technology, ITEST special issue, 1-16. Full report online at:

Bowling, K. G., Miller, L. M., Patel, R., & Bass, K. M. (2017). Impacts of Virtual Clinical Trials Simulations on Science Knowledge and Attitudes. Electronic Journal of Science Education, 21(7). Available at:

Gurn, A. (2016). Courting Corporate Philanthropy in Public Education: Multi-Disciplinary Literature Review of Public–Private Partnerships (PPPs) in Urban Public Schooling. SAGE Open, April-June 2016, 1–15.

Bass, K. M., Drits-Esser, D., & Stark, L. A. (2016). A Primer for Developing Measures of Science Content Knowledge for Small-Scale Research and Instructional Use. CBE-Life Sciences Education, 15(2), 1-14.

Kruse, B., Bass, K. M., & Schultz, G. (2015). The Nasa Galileo Educator Network: Using astronomy to engage teachers in science practices. In G. Schultz, S. Buxner, L. Shore & J. Barnes (Eds.), Celebrating Science: Putting Education Best Practices to Work. Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, Vol. 500, pp. 223-226. San Francisco; Astronomical Society of the Pacific.

Perazzo, J., Pennypacker, C., Stronck, D. Bass, K., Heredia, J., Lobo, R., Ben-Shalom, G. (2015). Persistent and encouraging achievement gains on math Common Core-aligned items for middle school English language learners: ASAMI— Hands-On Astronomy for After-school Science and Math Integration. Science Education and Civic Engagement, 7(2) 109-119.

Silver, L. & Burg, S., & (2015). Working with External Evaluators. Journal of Museum Education, 40(1), 62-69.

Drits, D., Bass, K. M., & Stark, L. S. (2014). Using small-scale randomized controlled trials to evaluate the efficacy of new curricular materials. CBE-Life Sciences Education, 13(4), 593-601.

Louw, M., Ansari, A., Bartley, C., & Sanford, C. (2013). Stories in the Rock: A Design Case of an Explorable Image Viewer in a Natural History Museum. International Journal of Designs for Learning, 4(2) 56-71.

Ben-Zeev, A. & Kirtman, N. (2012). Stereotype Threat Beyond the Laboratory: Do Single-Gender Colleges Signal a Safety in the Air? In B. Hunter & T. Romero (Eds.), Psychology of Threat. Nova Science Publishers.

Rockman, S. and Scott, B. (2012). Evaluating Time To Know: Research Concepts and Practical Decisions. In J. Richards and C. Dede (Eds.) Digital Teaching Platforms, New York. Teachers College Press.

Schwartz, N. H., Scott, B. M., & Forster, D. (2012). Where is metacognition in thinking and learning? Evidence from neuroscience, cognition, and instructional research. In R. Azevedo & V. Aleven (Eds.), The International Handbook of Metacognition and Learning Technologies. Springer Science.

Sanford, C. W. (2010). Evaluating Family Interactions to Inform Exhibit Design: Comparing Three Different Learning Behaviors in a Museum Setting. Journal of the Visitor Studies Association, 13(1), 67-89.

Rockman, S., & Fontana, L. (2010). Reaching Beyond Bricks and Mortar. In G. Berg (Ed.), Cases on Online Tutoring, Mentoring, and Educational Services: Practices and Applications. (pp. 160 – 171). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.

Bass, K. M., & Bandy, E. A. (2009). Digital pathways to learning through collaborative media production. In K. Tyner (Ed.), Media Literacy: New Agendas in Communication. (pp. 28 – 50). New York: Routledge.

Barab, S. A., Scott, B., Siyahhan, S. Goldstone, R., Ingram-Goble, A., Zuiker, S., & Warren, S. (2009). Transformational play as a curricular scaffold: Using videogames to support science education. Journal of Science Education and Technology.

Pawan, F., & Honeyford, M. (2009). Academic literacies and the new college learner. In R. F. Flippo & D. C. Claverly (Eds.) Handbook of College Reading and Study Strategy Research. 2nd ed. New York: Routledge.

Alexander, J. M., Johnson, K. E., Scott, B. M., & Meyer, R. D. (2008). Stegosaurus and Spoonbills: Mechanisms for transfer across biological domains. In M. F. Shaughnessy, M. V. Veenman, & C. K. Kennedy (Eds.), Metacognition: A Recent Review of Research, Theory, and Perspectives. (pp. 63-83). Happauge, NY: Nova Publications.

Rockman, S. (2008, Fall). A Brief Look at the Research. Threshold Magazine, 12.

Bass, K., Puckett, C., & Rockman, S. (2008, January). Models of Digital Collection Use in a University Community. Educational Technology, 48(1), 44-49.

Nelson-Barber, S., & Trumbull, E. (2007). Making assessment practices valid for Native American students. Journal of Indian Education, Special Issue.

Rockman, S., Bass, K., & Borse, J. (2007, June). Media-Based Learning Science in Informal Environments Commissioned Paper. Prepared for Learning Science in Informal Environments Committee of the National Research Council National Academy of Science.

Grunwald Associates & Rockman et al. (2007, April). Intel-based Mac Computers in Education: Research and Findings.

Dede, C., & Rockman, S. (2007, Spring). Lessons Learned from Studying How Innovations Can Achieve Scale. Threshold Magazine, 4-10.

Rockman, S. (2007, Winter). It’s My Laptop. Threshold Magazine, 21-25.

Fisk, B., & Sloan, K. (2005). Taking-off or taking off: What makes a professional development experience last? In S. Rhine & M. Bailey (Eds.), Insights from the PT3 Program(pp. 47-57). Eugene, OR: International Society for Technology in Education.

Margerum-Leys, J., & Bass, K. M. (2005). Electronic tools for online assessment: An illustrative case study. In S. Howell (Ed.), Online assessment and measurement: Case studies from higher education, K-12, and corporate (Volume II) (pp. 62-81). Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing. (Link to article abstract and introduction only. For purchasing information, please visit

Rockman, S. (2005). Assessing the outcomes of interactive Web sites. In Proceedings of Web Designs for Interactive Learning Conference, Web site evaluation (pp. 2-11). Ithaca, NY: Cornell Lab of Ornithology and The Exploratorium.

Rockman, S. (2004, October). A study in learning. Technology & Learning, 25(3), 34-37. (Free site registration is required to access the article.)

Rockman, S. (2004). Positioning Evaluation and Research within PT3 Projects. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education 12(2), 155-158.

Rockman, S. (2003, Fall). Learning from laptops. Threshold Magazine, 1(1), 24-28.

Kafai, Y. B., Fishman, B. J., Bruckman, A. S., & Rockman, S. (2002). Models of educational computing @ home: New frontiers for research on technology in learning. Educational Technology Review [Online serial], 10(2), 52-68.

Rockman, S. (2000, August). A Lesson from Richard Nixon: Observations about technology policy and practice in education. Background paper prepared for the Secretary’s Technology Conference, Washington, D.C.: US Department of Education.

Rockman, S. (2000). Technology, urban school reform and the schizophrenic nature of teaching. In EDC Center for Children and Technology (Eds.), The Wingspread Conference on Technology’s Role in Urban School Reform: Achieving Equity and Quality. Funded by the Joyce Foundation and the Johnson Foundation.