Publications

Book

Morgan, H., & Barry, C. (Eds.). (2016). The world leaders in education: Lessons from the successes and drawbacks of their methods. New York: Peter Lang Publishing. Click Here to View Synopsis.

Book Chapters

Morgan, H. (2016). What world-class nations in education do that makes them so good. In H. Morgan & C. Barry (Eds.), The world leaders in education: Lessons from the successes and drawbacks of their methods (pp. 1-13). New York: Peter Lang Publishing.

Morgan, H. (2016). What we can learn from high-ranking nations in education. In H. Morgan & C. Barry (Eds.), The world leaders in education: Lessons from the successes and drawbacks of their methods (pp. 181-193).  New York: Peter Lang Publishing.

Morgan, H. (2015). Teaching children the “real” story: Oppositional children’s literature, 1920–1940. In P. J. Ramsey (Ed.), Learning the left: Popular culture, liberal politics, and informal education from 1900 to the present (pp. 31-47). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. Click Here to View Book Cover.

Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals

Morgan, H. (2017). Differentiating instruction with technology. Childhood Education, 93(2), 181-183. Click Here to View.

Morgan, H., & Lee. G. (2017). Egyptian children’s use of technology: A phenomenological study. Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 31(1), 113-121. Click Here to View.

Hodges, T. S., & Morgan, H. (2017). Digitizing students’ writing with online tools. Childhood Education, 93(1), 93-95. Click Here to View.

Morgan, H., & Hodges, T. S. (2016). The pros and cons of computer games. Childhood Education, 92(6), 505-507. Click Here to View First Page.

Forest, D. E., & Morgan, H. (2016). Inspiring students to read with online book collections. Childhood Education, 92(5), 415-417. Click Here to View.

Morgan, H. (2016). Relying on high-stakes standardized tests to evaluate schools and teachers: A bad idea. The Clearing House, 89(2), 67-72. Click Here to View.

Morgan, H., & Forest, D. E. (2016). What educators need to do with biased children’s books on religion, gender and race. Journal of International Social Studies, 6(1), 74-83. Click Here to View.

Osborne, J. H., & Morgan, H. (2016). Alleviating the digital divide in the United States. Childhood Education, 92(3), 254-256. Click Here to View First Page.

Morgan, H. (2016). Virtual charter schools in the United States. Childhood Education, 92(1), 92-94. Click Here to View First Page.

Southard, A. C., Morgan, H., & Zeigler-Hill, V. (2015). The influence of culturally authentic children’s books on the self-esteem of elementary school students. International Review of Social Psychology27(3-4), 227-238.

Morgan, H. (2015). Virtual field trips: Going on a journey to learn without leaving school. Childhood Education, 91(3), 220-222. Click Here to View First Page.

Morgan, H. (2015). Online instruction and virtual schools for middle and high school students: Twenty-first-century fads or progressive teaching methods for today’s pupils? The Clearing House, 88(2), 72–76. Click Here to View Abstract.

Morgan, H. (2015). Creating a class blog: A strategy that can promote collaboration, motivation, and improvement in literacy. Reading Improvement, 52(1), 27-31. Click Here to View Abstract.

Morgan, H. (2015). Creating and using podcasts promotes student engagement and learning. Childhood Education, 91(1), 71-73. Click Here to View First Page.

Morgan, H. (2014). The education system in Finland: A success story other countries can emulate. Childhood Education, 90(6), 453-457. Click Here to View.

Morgan, H. (2014). Taking advantage of web 2.0 technologies: Classroom blogging basics. Childhood Education, 90(5), 379-381. Click Here to View First Page.

Morgan, H. (2014). Using digital story projects to help students improve in reading and writing. Reading Improvement, 51(1), 20-26. Click Here to View Abstract.

Morgan, H. (2014). iPad programs could lead to a bright future for schools. New Horizons for Learning, 11(1), 1-5. Click here to View.

Morgan, H. (2014). Flip your classroom to increase academic achievement. Childhood Education, 90(3), 239-241. Click Here to View First Page.

Morgan, H. (2014). Enhancing instruction and communication with Twitter. Childhood Education, 90(1), 75-76. Click Here to View First Page.

Morgan, H. (2014). Maximizing student success with differentiated learning. The Clearing House, 87(1), 34-38. Click Here to View Abstract.

Morgan, H. (2013). Multimodal children’s e-books help young learners in reading. Early Childhood Education Journal, 41(6), 477–483.

Morgan, H. (2013). Using Skype for exciting projects. Childhood Education, 89(3), 197-199. Click Here to View First Page.

Morgan, H. (2013). Malicious use of technology: What schools, parents, and teachers can do to prevent cyberbullying. Childhood Education, 89(3), 146-151. Click Here to View Abstract.

Morgan, H. (2013). Creating videos can lead students to many academic benefits. Childhood Education, 89(1), 51-53. Available at this Website.

Morgan, H. (2012). Counteracting misconceptions about the Arab world from the popular media with culturally-authentic teaching. Journal of International Social Studies, 2(2), 70-83. Available at this Website.

Morgan, H. (2012). Poverty-stricken schools: What we can learn from the rest of the world and from successful schools in economically disadvantaged areas in the US. Education, 133(2), 291-297. Click Here to View Abstract.

Morgan, H. (2012). What teachers and schools can do to control the growing problem of school bullying. The Clearing House, 85(5), 174-178. Click Here to View Abstract.

Morgan, H. (2011). Over one hundred years of misrepresentation: American minority groups in children’s books. American Educational History Journal, 38(2), 357-376.

Morgan, H. (2011). Modeling different countries to improve the school system in America: It could be the right thing to do. Focus on Teacher Education, 10(3), 12-13. Download as PDF.

Morgan, H. (Winter 2010/11). Using handheld wireless technologies in school: Advantageous or disadvantageous? Childhood Education, 87(2), 139-142. Click Here to View First Page.

Morgan, H. (2010). Improving schooling for cultural minorities: The right teaching styles can make a big difference. Educational Horizons, 88(2), 114-120. Available at this Website.

Morgan, H. (2010). Teaching with the interactive whiteboard: An engaging way to provide instruction. Focus on Elementary, 22(3), 3-7. Download as PDF.

Morgan, H. (2009). Motivating students is easy when the topic is food. Childhood Education, 86(1), 32R-32U. Download as PDF.

Morgan, H., & York, K.C. (2009). Examining multiple perspectives with creative think-alouds. The Reading Teacher, 63(4), 307–311. Click Here to View Abstract.

Morgan, H. (2009). Picture book biographies for young children: A way to teach multiple perspectives. Early Childhood Education Journal, 37, 219–227. Click Here to View Abstract.

Morgan, H. (2009). What every teacher needs to know to teach Native American students. Multicultural Education, 16(4), 10-12. Available at this Website.

Morgan, H. (2009). Using read-alouds with culturally sensitive children’s books: A strategy that can lead to tolerance and improved reading skills. Reading Improvement, 46(1), 3-8. Click Here to View Abstract.

Morgan, H. (2009). Gender, racial, and ethnic misrepresentation in children’s books: A comparative look. Childhood Education, 85(3), 187-190. Click Here to View Abstract.

Morgan, H. (2009). Read-alouds: Motivating students to read and work toward improving vocabulary and reading comprehension. The Mississippi Reading Journal, 8(1), 10-13.

Morgan, H. (Winter 2008/09). Teaching tolerance and reaching diverse students through the use of children’s books. Childhood Education, 85(2), 106G-106J. Download as PDF.

Morgan, H. (2008). American school textbooks: How they portrayed the Middle East from 1898 to 1994. American Educational History Journal, 35(2), 315-330. Click Here to View Abstract.

Morgan, H., & Jones, R.  (Winter 2007/08). What’s in your name? Exploring name awareness with children. Childhood Education, 84(2), 94K-94M.

Articles in Non-Refereed Journals 

Morgan, H. (2014). Digital storytelling projects help improve reading and writing. Literacy Daily. Click Here to View.

Morgan, H. (2010). Arab students in American schools: What schools can do to provide a fair education. Multicultural Review, 19(3), 32-36. Download as PDF.

Morgan, H., & Walker, D. (2008). The portrayal of the Middle East in four current school textbooks. Middle East Studies Association Bulletin, 42, 86-96.

Articles in Books (Reprints)

Morgan, H. (2016). Enhancing instruction and communication with Twitter. In N. Luongo (Ed.), The new English language arts classroom: Teaching in a digital world (1st ed., pp. 115-118). San Diego, CA: Cognella Academic Publishing.

Morgan, H. (2014). Poverty-stricken schools: What we can learn from the rest of the world and from successful schools in economically disadvantaged areas in the US. In R. B. Evers (Ed.), Annual editions: Education (42nd ed., pp. 43-46). New York: McGraw-Hill. Published in the 41st and 42nd editions.

Morgan, H. (2013). Improving schooling for cultural minorities: The right teaching styles can make a big difference. In K. M. Cauley & G. M. Pannozzo (Eds.), Annual editions: Educational psychology 13/14 (28th ed., pp. 93-95). New York: McGraw-Hill. Published in the 26th, 27th, and 28th editions.

Encyclopedia Entries (Short Biographies)

Morgan, H. (2005). Davis, Noah Knowles. In J. Shook (Ed.), The dictionary of modern American philosophers (pp. 592-593). Bristol, UK: Thoemmes Press.

Morgan, H. (2005). Fairchild, James Harris. In J. Shook (Ed.), The dictionary of modern American philosophers (pp. 746-747). Bristol, UK: Thoemmes Press.

Morgan, H. (2005). Harris, George. In J. Shook (Ed.), The dictionary of modern American philosophers (pp. 1040-1041). Bristol, UK: Thoemmes Press.

Morgan, H. (2005). Peabody, Andrew Preston. In J. Shook (Ed.), The dictionary of modern American philosophers (pp. 1880-1881). Bristol, UK: Thoemmes Press.

Morgan, H. (2005). Peabody, Francis Greenwood. In J. Shook (Ed.), The dictionary of modern American philosophers (pp. 1886-1887). Bristol, UK: Thoemmes Press.

Morgan, H. (2005). Sharp, Frank Chapman. In J. Shook (Ed.), The dictionary of modern American philosophers (pp. 2201-2202). Bristol, UK: Thoemmes Press.

Morgan, H. (2005). Taeusch, Carl Frederick. In J. Shook (Ed.), The dictionary of modern American philosophers (pp. 2373-2374). Bristol, UK: Thoemmes Press.

Book Reviews

Morgan, H. (2012). [Review of the book Between Citizens and the State: The Politics of American Higher Education in the 20th Century, by C. P. Loss]. Journal of American History, 99(3), 950-951. Click Here to View.

Morgan, H. (2010). [Review of the book The GI bill: A new deal for veterans, by G. C. Altschuler & S. M. Blumin]. Journal of American History, 97(1), 238.

Morgan, H. (Winter 2008/09). [Review of the book The title I teacher’s guide to teaching reading, k-3, by N. Akhavan]. Childhood Education, 85(2), 131-132.