Julie Jackson is an associate professor of science education at Texas State University. Her research interests include integrating literacy and science; vocabulary development; and teaching ELL’s science.
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Direct Links to Publications
- Put your Walls to Work
- Claims and Evidence
- Interactive Word Walls – Visual Scaffolds
- There’s a Zoo in Our Room
- Jackson, J., & Rich, A. (2014). Sculpt-A-Scientist: An artistic activity that shapes fourth-grade students’ perceptions of scientists. Science and Children, 52(1), 75-79.
- Jackson, J. (2014). Interactive, conceptual word walls: Transforming content vocabulary instruction one word at a time. International Research in Education, 2(1), 22-40.
- Jackson, J., & Narvaez, R. (2013). Interactive word walls: Create a tool to increase science vocabulary in five easy steps. Science and Children, 51(1), 42-49.
- Henrichs, E., & Jackson, J. (2012). A winning combination: Interactive word walls and the language of science. Science and Children, 50(3), 52-57.
- Jackson, J., & Newell, N. (2012). Hats off to science. Science and Children, 50(3), 46-51.
- Jackson, J., Tripp, S., & Cox, K. (2011). Interactive word walls: Transforming content vocabulary instruction. Science Scope, 35(3), 45-49.
- Jackson, J., & Ash, G. (2011). Science achievement for all: Improving science performance and closing achievement gaps. Journal of Science Teacher Education. 23(7), 723-744. doi:10.1007/s10972-011-9238-z
- Huerta, M., & Jackson, J. (2010). Connecting literacy and science to increase achievement for English language learners. Early Childhood Education Journal, 38, 205-211. doi:10.1007/s10643-010-0402-4
- Jackson, J., Dickinson, G., & Horton, D. (2010). Rocks and rhymes. The Science Teacher, 77(1), 27-31.