Peer Reviewed Scholarship (ORCID)
Tocci, C. (2022). Developing Educational Websites to Supplement Clinical Fieldwork. In Baumgartner, E., Kaplan-Rakowski, R., Ferdig, R.E., Hartshorne, R., & Mouza, C. (Eds.), A Retrospective of Teaching, Technology, and Teacher Education During the COVID-19 Pandemic (pp.245-250). Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).
Tocci, C. & Ryan, A.M. (2021). Conserving the American Man: Gender, Eugenics, and Education in the Civilian Conservation Corps. History of Education, 51(2), p.224-243.
Tocci, C., Ryan, A.M., Ensminger, D., Rismiati, C., & Moughania, A. (2021). Teaching for International Mindedness in Chicago Public Schools International Baccalaureate Humanities Classes. Social Studies Research and Practice, 17(1), p.30-49.
Pigott, T., Tocci, C., & Ryan, A.M. (2021). How do we know? The quality of research evidence in education. Review of Research in Education 45, p.vii-xii.
Tocci, C., Schmidt, J., & Cullinane, M. (2021). Sustainable, Mutually Beneficial, and Place-Based: Building and Maintaining a Dynamic School-University Partnership. In P. Chandler & L. Barron (Eds.), Rethinking School-University Partnerships: A New Way Forward. Information Age Publishing.
Tocci, C. & Moon, S. (2020). Nonviolencing: Imagining Non-violence Pedagogy with Laozi and Deleuze. Journal of Philosophy of Education, 54(3), p.541-562.
Tocci, C. (2020). Wild and Small. In M. Peters, M. Tesar, L. Jackson, & M. Beasley, What comes after postmodernism in educational theory? (pp.17-18). Routledge. Reprint of Tocci, C. (2018). Wild and Small. Educational Philosophy & Theory, 50(14), p.1312-1313.
Moon, S. & Tocci, C. (2020). Theoretical perspectives on teacher education for Global Citizenship Education. In C. Wolhuter & D. Schugurensky (Eds.), Global Citizenship Education beyond the nation state: Implications for teacher education (pp.85-101). Routledge.
Tocci, C., Bartolutti, F., Czajka, K., Jeffirs, J., Matassarin, M., Serrano, N., Timlin, A. (2020). Developing educational websites in lieu of clinical fieldwork. In Ferdig, R.E., Baumgartner, E., Hartshorne, R., Kaplan-Rakowski, R. & Mouza, C. (eds.), Teaching, Technology, and Teacher Education during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Stories from the Field, pp.649-654. Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).
Tocci, C., Ryan, A.M., & Pigott, T. (2019). Introduction to the volume: Changing teaching practice in PK-20 education settings. Review of Research in Education, 43, p.xii-xviii.
Tocci, C. (2018). Wild and Small. Educational Philosophy and Theory, 50(14), p.1312-1313.
Hedges, L., Pigott, T., Polanin, J., Ryan, A., Tocci, C., & Williams, R.* (2016). The question of school resources and student achievement: A history and reconsideration. Review of Research in Education Centennial Edition, 40, p.143-168. (*Authors listed in alphabetical order.)
Heineke, A., Ryan, A., & Tocci, C. (2015). Teaching, learning, and leading: Preparing teachers as educational policy actors. Journal of Teacher Education, 66(4), p.382-394.
Smetana, L., Coleman, E., Ryan, A.M., & Tocci, C. (2013). Teaching, Learning and Leading with Schools and Communities: Preparing Sophisticated, Reflective, and Resilient Elementary STEM Educators. Teacher Education & Practice, 26(2), p.300-320.
Tocci, C. (2010). An immanent machine: Reconsidering grades, historical & present. Educational Philosophy & Theory, 47(2), p.762-778.
Tocci, C. & Hines, M. (2021, August 3). It’s time for teachers — and textbooks — to capitalize the “B” in Black. Chalkbeat.
Tocci, C. (2021, May 20). New social studies guidelines can help us learn to thrive together. The Daily-Herald.
Tocci, C., Ryan, A.M., Moon, S. (2020, May 22). The curriculum foundations reader. History of Education Society Blog.
Ryan, A.M. & Tocci, C. (2020, April 26). How past crises changed America’s public schools — ‘and so too will covid-19’. Washington Post.
Tocci, C., Ryan, A.M., & Pigott, T. (2019, July 31). How do we change teaching practice? Ed Prep Matters. Washington, D.C.: American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education.
Tocci, C. & Rosario-Moore, A. (2018, December 28). Five big questions about schools for the next mayor of Chicago. Chicago Sun-Times.
Ryan, A.M., Tocci, C., Ensminger, D., Rismiati, C., & Moughania, A. (2018). The incorporation of the International Baccalaureate learner profile in Chicago Public Schools’ Middle Years Programmes. Bethesda, MD: The International Baccalaureate Organization.
Tocci, C., Ryan, A.M., Kennedy, A., & Ensminger, D. (2018, May 1). Strengthen the teaching profession, don’t lower standards. The State Register-Journal.
Tocci, C. (2018, April 5). Algorithms: Why you should learn what they are, how they affect you and your kids — and whether they actually work. Washington Post.
Tocci, C. (2014, December 19). CPS ratings system doesn’t help parents. Catalyst Chicago.
Tocci, C. & Barton, M. (2012). Teachers unions into the Twenty-First Century: Lessons from the Chicago Teachers Unions strike. Commentary for Teachers College Record.
Tocci, C., Azzaro, C., Cohen, H., & Wallerius, K. (2009). Uncontrollable education through immersion: An InterFuture curriculum. Parallax: Journal of International Perspectives, VI(1).
Tocci, C. (2022). Combatting violent extremism through our social studies class. [Review of Hate in the homeland by C. Idriss-Miller]. Theory and Research in Social Education.
Tocci, C. (2012). [Review of Contemporary social studies: An essential reader edited by W.B. Russell III.] Teachers College Record.
Tocci, C. (2020, June). Police Free Schools Research Summary (Spanish version). Prepared for the Chicago City Council Joint Hearing of the Public Safety and Education Committees on the School Resource Officer Program on July 2, 2020. Included in Raise Your Hand Illinois’ “Community-Based Toolkit for Parents & Caregivers & School Stakeholders: Chicago Public Schools & Chicago Police Department School Resource Officers.”
Tocci, C., Hochman, D., & Allen, D. (2020). Advisory programs in high school restructuring: Questions for consideration. In B. Myers (ed.) The turnaround toolbox. New York, NY: Turnaround for Children.