Melanie M. Acosta
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Becoming warm demanders: Perspectives and practices of first year teachers
E Bondy, DD Ross, E Hambacher, M Acosta
Urban Education 48 (3), 420-450, 2013
“I’m not running around with my pants sagging, so how am I not acting like a lady?”: Intersections of race and gender in the experiences of female middle school troublemakers
AS Murphy, MA Acosta, BL Kennedy-Lewis
The Urban Review 45 (5), 586-610, 2013
“Why seek the living among the dead?” African American pedagogical excellence: Exemplar practice for teacher education
MM Acosta, M Foster, DF Houchen
Journal of Teacher Education 69 (4), 341-353, 2018
“No time for messin’around!” Understanding Black educator urgency: Implications for the preparation of urban educators
MM Acosta
Urban Education 53 (8), 981-1012, 2018
The paradox of pedagogical excellence among exemplary Black women educators
MM Acosta
Journal of Teacher Education 70 (1), 26-38, 2019
Elementary preservice teachers as warm demanders in an African American school
E Hambacher, MM Acosta, E Bondy, DD Ross
The Urban Review 48 (2), 175-197, 2016
Counternarratives of students’ experiences returning to comprehensive schools from an involuntary disciplinary alternative school
BL Kennedy, MM Acosta, O Soutullo
Race Ethnicity and Education 22 (1), 130-149, 2019
“From whence cometh my help?” Exploring black doctoral student persistence
M Acosta, S Duggins, TE Moore, T Adams, B Johnson
Journal of Critical Scholarship on Higher Education and Student Affairs 2 (1), 3, 2015
Beyond awareness: Black studies for consciousness and praxis in teacher education
MM Acosta, C Hudson-Vassel, B Johnson, G Cherfrere, MG Harris, ...
Equity & Excellence in Education 50 (2), 241-253, 2017
Development of liberatory pedagogy in teacher education: Voices of novice BLACK women teacher educators
C Hudson-Vassell, MM Acosta, NS King, A Upshaw, G Cherfrere
Teaching and Teacher Education 72, 133-143, 2018
A culture-focused study with accomplished black educators on pedagogical excellence for African American children
MM Acosta
University of Florida, 2013
Determinants of Black families’ access to a community‐based STEM program: A latent class analysis
NS King, Z Collier, BG Johnson, M Acosta, CN Southwell
Science Education 105 (6), 1100-1125, 2021
Reading aloud in an era of common core: An exploratory study of the perspectives of primary teachers serving African American children in low-income communities
S Duggins, MM Acosta
Journal of Early Childhood Literacy 19 (2), 252-278, 2019
Simulating oppression: Digital gaming, race and the education of African American children
MM Acosta, AR Denham
The Urban Review 50 (3), 345-362, 2018
Women pursuing non-medical oocyte cyropreservation would consider non-genetic methods of family building such as adoption or ovum donation
L Schuman, G Witkin, M Acosta, RM Moschini, J Lee, AB Copperman
Fertility and Sterility 100 (3), S66, 2013
A culture focused study with accomplished Black educators on pedagogical excellence for African American children (Unpublished doctoral dissertation)
MM Acosta
University of Florida, Gainesville, 2013
Women Pursuing Non-Medical Oocyte Cryopreservation Share Information About Their Treatment With Family and Friends
L Schuman, G Witkin, K Copperman, M Acosta, J Barritt, AB Copperman
Fertility and Sterility 97 (3), S12-S13, 2012
Community-Based Literacy Learning Spaces as Counterhegemonic Figured Worlds for African American Readers
MM Acosta, S Duggins
Reading Horizons: A Journal of Literacy and Language Arts 57 (3), 4, 2018
“EDG 6931 writes back!” Black Studies as emancipatory resistance to neoliberal tyranny in teacher education
MM Acosta
Cultural Studies↔ Critical Methodologies 17 (3), 269-276, 2017
Use of subcutaneous HCG (Ovidrel) for final follicular maturation does not change reproductive outcome
M Acosta, T Mukherjee, L Grunfeld, B Sandler, PA Bergh, AB Copperman
Fertility and Sterility 80, 246-247, 2003
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