Publications

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Critical Consciousness

Social Media

Seider, S. (2016). The development of critical consciousness in adolescents. Faculti Interview. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T8n1pJrK014.

Seider, S. (2016 June 30). Critical consciousness complements grit. Center for Collaborative Thought Leadership Blog. http://www.cce.org/thought-leadership/blog/post/critical-consciousness-complements-grit

Refereed Papers

Seider, S., Graves, D., El-Amin, A., Soutter, M., Tamerat, J., Jennett, P., Clark, S., Johannsen, J., & Malhotra, S. (in press). Developing sociopolitical consciousness of race and class inequality in adolescents attending progressive and no excuses urban charter high schools. Applied Developmental Science.

Seider, S., Graves, D., Clark, S., Soutter, M., El-Amin, A., Tamerat, J., Jennett, P., Gramigna, K., Yung, J, Kenslea, M. & Sklarwitz, S. (2016). Preparing adolescents attending progressive and no excuses urban charter high schools to analyze, navigate, and challenge race and class inequality. Teachers College Record.

Clark, S., & Seider, S. (in press). The role of curiosity in fostering critical consciousness development in adolescents. Equity & Excellence in Education.

Seider, S. (2011). The role of privilege as identity in adolescents' beliefs about homelessness, opportunity, and inequality. Youth & Society, 43(1), 333-364.

Seider, S., & Huguley, J. (2009). Aspiring teachers, urban youth, and conflicting perspectives on the social contract. Equity and Excellence in Education, 42 (3) 294-312.

Seider, S. (2009). The trouble with teaching ethics on trolley cars and train tracks. Journal of Moral Education, 38 (2), 219-236.

Seider, S. (2009). Overwhelmed and immobilized: Raising the consciousness of privileged young adults about world hunger and poverty. International Studies Perspectives, 10 (1), 60-76.

Seider, S. (2008). ‘Bad things could happen’: How fear impedes the development of social responsibility in privileged adolescents. Journal of Adolescent Research, 23 (6), 647-666.

Seider, S. (2008). Resisting obligation: How privileged adolescents conceive of their responsibilities to others. Journal of Research in Character Education, 6 (1), 3-19.

Articles for Practitioners

El-Amin, A., Seider, S., Graves, D., Tamerat, J., Clark, S., Soutter, M., Johannsen, J., & Malhotra, S. (in press). Addressing Black student achievement through critical consciousness development. Phi Delta Kappan.

Seider, S., Clark, S., & Souter, M. (2015). A critically conscious approach to fostering the college-going success of students from underrepresented groups. Journal of College & Character, 16(4), 253-262.

Seider, S (2009). Social justice in the suburbs: Challenges to engaging privileged youth in social action. Educational Leadership, 66 (8) 54-58.

Seider, S. (2008). Lessons from a hunger strike at Harvard. Journal of College and Character, 9 (3), 1-4.

 

Character Development

Social Media

Seider, S. (2016). The future of civic and character education. Faculti Interview. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KgN3DUwFXA0.

Books

Seider, S. (2012). Character compass: How powerful school culture can point students toward success. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press.

Refereed Papers

Seider, S., Soutter, M. & Clark, S. (2016). The role of character development in fostering student success at school. In. K. Wentzel & G. Ramani (Eds.), Handbook on social influences on social-emotional, motivational and cognitive outcomes in school contexts (pp. 293-311). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.

Seider, S., Novick, S., & Gomez, J. (2013). The effects of privileging the moral or performance character development of urban adolescents. Journal of Early Adolescence, 33(6), 784-818.

Seider, S., Gilbert, J., Novick, S., & Gomez, J. (2013). The role of moral and performance character strengths in predicting achievement and conduct among urban middle school students. Teachers College Record, 115(8), 1-18.

Seider, S., Novick, S., & Gomez, J. (2013). Cultivating the academic integrity of urban adolescents with ethical philosophy programming. Peabody Journal of Education, 88(2), 142-158.

Articles for Practitioners

Clark, S. & Seider, S. (2014). Engaging college students and cadets in training tomorrow's leaders of character. Journal of College & Character, 15(4),1-6.

Seider, S. (2013). Effort determines success at Roxbury Prep. Phi Delta Kappan, 95(2), 28-32

Soutter, M. & Seider, S. (2013). College access, student success, and the new character education. Journal of College & Character,14(4), 351-356.

Seider, S. & Novick, S. (2011). Life lessons from the philosophers: A Boston school does its part to close the achievement gap. Educational Leadership, 69(1), 74 - 78.

Koo, G., & Seider, S. (2010). Video games for pro-social learning. In K. Schrier & D. Gibson (Eds.). Ethics and game design: Teaching values through play. New York: IGI Global.

Seider, S. (2010). Developing the ethical minds of gifted adolescents. Gifted Education International, 27(2) 132-148.

Seider, S., Davis, K., & Gardner, H. (2009). Morality, ethics and good work: Young people’s respectful and ethical minds. In D. Ambrose & T. Cross (Eds.), Morality, ethics and gifted minds. New York: Springer.

Seider, S. (Spring-Summer, 2006). Always on: Everyday ethical interactions in the classroom. Greater Good, 3(1), 1-18.

 

Community Service Learning

Social Media

Seider, S. (2013). College students, diversity, and community service learning. TC Record's The Voice Interview. https://vialogues.com/vialogues/play/9175/.

Books

Butin, D., & Seider, S. (Eds.) (2012). The engaged campus: Certificates, minors and majors as the new community engagement. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.

Seider, S. (2010). Shelter: Where Harvard meets the homeless. New York, NY: Continuum.

Refereed Papers

Seider, S., Huguley, J., & Novick, S. (2013). College students, diversity and community service learning. Teachers College Record, 115(3), 1-44.

Seider, S. (2012). The influence of parental support upon the community service learning experiences of American college students. Education, Citizenship & Social Justice, 7(3), 271-288.

Seider, S., Rabinowicz, S., & Gillmor, S. (2012). Differential outcomes for American college students engaged in community service learning involving youth and adults. Journal of Experiential Education, 35(3), 447-463.

Seider, S., Gillmor, S., & Rabinowicz, S. (2012). The impact of community service learning upon the expected political voice of participating college students. Journal of Adolescent Research, 27(1), 44-77.

Seider, S. & Butin, D. (Eds.). (2012). The future of community engagement in higher education, Journal of College & Character, 13(1).

Seider, S., Rabinowicz, S., & Gillmor. S. (2011). The impact of philosophy and theology service-learning experiences upon the public service motivation of participating college students. Journal of Higher Education, 82(5), 597-628.

Seider, S. & Taylor, J. (2011). Broadening college students’ interest in philosophical education through community service learning. Teaching Philosophy, 34(3), 197-218

Seider, S. (2011). Deepening college students’ interest in religion and theology through community service learning. Teaching Theology & Religion, 14(3), 205-225.

Seider, S., Gillmor, S., & Rabinowicz, S. (2011). The impact of community service learning upon the worldviews of business majors vs. non-business majors at an American university. Journal of Business Ethics, 98 (3), 458-504.

Seider, S., Rabinowicz, S., & Gillmor, S. (2011). Community service learning and conceptions of poverty among American college students. Analyses of Social Issues & Public Policy, 11 (1) 105-126.

Seider, S., Gillmor, S., & Rabinowicz, S. (2010). Complicating college students’ conception of the American Dream through community service learning. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 17 (1), 5-19.

Seider, S. (2007). Catalyzing a commitment to community service in emerging adults. Journal of Adolescent Research, 22 (6), 612-639.

Seider, S. (2007). Frame-changing experiences and the freshman year: Catalyzing a commitment to service-work and social action. Journal of College and Character, 8 (2).

Seider, S. (2006). Frame-changing experiences: A key to the development of a commitment to service-work and social action in young adults. Journal for Civic Commitment, 4 (2).

Articles for Practitioners

Seider, S. (2016). For students, by students: The third student-run homeless shelter. Journal of College & Character, 17(4), 278-282.

Seider, S. (2013). Two key strategies for enhancing community service learning. Journal of College & Character, 14(1), 1-6.

Seider, S. (2012). The second student-run homeless shelter. Journal of College & Character, 13(3), 1-6.

Seider, S., & Butin, D. (2012). Introduction to special issue on ‘The Future of Community Engagement in Higher Education.’ Journal of College & Character, 13(1), 1-6.

Seider, S., & Hillman, A. (2011). Challenging privileged college students' 'othering' language in community service learning. Journal of College & Character, 12(3), 1-8.

Novick, S., Seider, S., & Huguley, J. (2011). Engaging college students from diverse backgrounds in community service learning. Journal of College & Character, 12(1), 1-8.

Seider, S. (2010). College students, creative non-violence, and social enterprise: Community service changes with the times. Journal of College & Character, 11 (2), 1-9.

Seider, S., Gillmor, S., Leavitt, J., & Rabinowicz, S. (2009). Puzzling over community service and reflection. Journal of College & Character, 10 (7), 1-8.

Seider, S. (2009). Tiers of understanding at the Harvard Square Homeless Shelter. Journal of College & Character, 10 (6), 1-6.

Seider, S. (2003).Service-learning. In M. Devins (Ed.) Talbot’s student planning book. Wellesley, MA: Dexter Publishing Company Inc.

 

Other Writings

Seider, S. (2016 November 9). What if trigger warnings are just good teaching? Journal of College and Character Connexions Blog. http://www.naspa.org/publications/journals/journal-of-college-and-character/newsletter

Davis, K., Christodoulou, J., Seider, S., & Gardner, H. (2011). Multiple intelligences theory. In R. Sternberg & S. Kaufman (Eds.). Cambridge handbook of intelligence (pp. 485-504). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Seider, S. & Gardner, H. (2009). The fragmented generation. Journal of College & Character, 10 (4), 1-4.

Seider, S. (2009). An MI odyssey: An educator's journey towards multiple intelligences. Edutopia, 26-30.

Seider, S., & Huguley, J. (2009). Aspiring teachers, urban youth, and conflicting perspectives on the social contract. Equity & Excellence in Education, 42(3) 294-312.