REFERRED PUBLICATIONS

McConnel, J. (2020, forthcoming). The fractured pedagogy of care: How Hogwarts’ teachers (don’t) demonstrate self-care. in Pedagogy of Harry Potter, Rovan, M. & Wehler, M. (Eds.) Jefferson, NC: McFarland.

Beach, P., Kirby, J., McDonald, P., and McConnel, J. (2019). How do elementary teachers study and learn from a multimedia model of reading development? An exploratory eye-tracking study. Canadian Journal of Education, 42(4), 1022-1058.

McConnel, J. (2019). Fan spaces as third spaces: Tapping into the creative community of fandom. English Journal. 109(1), 45-51.  http://secure.ncte.org/library/NCTEFiles/Resources/Journals/EJ/1091-sep2019/EJ1091Sep19Fan.pdf

McConnel, J. (2019). That one class. in Key Concepts in Curriculum Studies: Perspectives on the Fundamentals, Wearing, J., Ingersoll, M., DeLuca, C., Bolden, B., Ogden, H., & Christou, T. (Eds.), New York: Routledge.

McConnel, J. (2019, January 7). The Teacher/Poet in V Parts. Writers Who Care.  https://writerswhocare.wordpress.com/2019/01/07/the-teacher-poet-in-v-parts/

Beach, P., & McConnel, J. (2018). Eye tracking methodology for studying teacher learning: A review of the research. International Journal of Research & Method in Education. https://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/wXRGTuKxGpQ8jZxygtFV/full

Beach, P., McDonald, P., McConnel, J., & Kirby, J. (2018). Investigating how teachers interact with a visual model of reading development: An eye-tracking study. Journal of Eye Movement Research, 5(11), 21.

McConnel, J. (2018). “Why Are We Doing This?”: Using Digital Reflection to Increase Student Engagement. Ubiquitous Learning: An International Journal, 11(2), 13–22. https://doi.org/10.18848/1835-9795/CGP/v11i02/13-22

McConnel, J, & Zamborsky, E. (2017). “Thou Talks’t of Nothing”: Teaching Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet in a Contemporary Context. Unboxed. 17. http://gse.hightechhigh.org/unboxed/issue17/thou_talkst_of_nothing/

NON-REFERRED PUBLICATIONS

McConnel, J. (2020). How do teachers decide which financial literacy resources to bring into their classrooms? Research in a Nutshell, 4(2). https://educ.queensu.ca/sites/webpublish.queensu.ca.educwww/files/files/RiaN%204(2)_Final.pdf

McConnel, J., & de Leon, C. (November 10, 2019). These children’s picture books nurture grit, determination and hope. The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/these-childrens-picture-books-nurture-grit-determination-and-hope-125179

McConnel, J. (October 18, 2019). The benefits of yoga in student life. The Journal. https://www.queensjournal.ca/story/2019-10-17/student-life/the-benefits-of-yoga-in-student-life

Soleas, E., & McConnel, J. (February 3, 2019). Scrolling through fairy-tale fantasies on social media can demolish your confidence, but it’s not all bad. The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/scrolling-through-fairy-tale-fantasies-on-social-media-can-demolish-your-confidence-but-its-not-all-bad-109216

McConnel, J. (2015). What Happens Abroad. New York: Bloomsbury Spark.

McConnel, J. (2015). What Happens in Paris. New York: Bloomsbury Spark.

McConnel, J. (2015). What Happens in Berlin. New York: Bloomsbury Spark.

McConnel, J. (2015). What Happens in London. New York: Bloomsbury Spark.

McConnel, J. (September 2014). Reaching reluctant readers. RA News. Novelist: https://www.ebscohost.com/novelist/novelist-special/reaching-reluctant-readers

McConnel, J. (May 2014). The new kid in town grows up. RA News. Novelist: https://www.ebscohost.com/novelist/novelist-special/201404-the-new-kid-in-town-grows-up

McConnel, J. (2014). Her Secret Inheritance. New York: Bloomsbury Spark.

McConnel, J. (2013). The Secret of Isobel Key. New York: Bloomsbury Spark

INVITED PRESENTATIONS

December 2019. Toronto’s City Diplomacy: A Project Overview. Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, ON, Canada.

November 2019. Teaching (and becoming) confident writers. CURR 317, Dr. Claire Ahn, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON, Canada.

October 2019. Flexible writing: What yoga can teach us about academic writing. EGSS Graduate Student Writing Retreat, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON, Canada.

March 2019. Crafting wellness: An arts-informed exploration of creating your joy. Rosa Bruno-Jofré Symposium in Education, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON, Canada.

April 2018. Writing skills: Building your foundation. EGSS Workshop Series, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON, Canada.

August 2015. Yoga for Writers: Unlocking your creative potential. Babes on the Beach Writing Conference, Emerald Isle, NC, United States.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

McConnel, J. (February 2020, forthcoming). Exploring female graduate students’ metaphors for research. Scholarship Beyond Boundaries Conference, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON, Canada.

McConnel, J. (January 2020). Climbing a mountain, meeting a beast, and waiting for something to grow: Using metaphors to understand and support graduate students’ writing. Annual Conference of the Modern Language Association, Seattle, WA, United States.

Beach, P., Kirby, J., McDonald, P., & McConnel, J. (July, 2019). Examining how teachers study a multimedia model of reading development: Do eye movement patterns affect what teachers learn? Annual Conference of the Society of Scientific Studies of Reading, Toronto, ON, Canada.

McConnel, J., & de Leon, C. (June, 2019). The brightest part of the forest: A grit analysis of an Ontario children’s book award. Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Beach, P., Henderson, G., & McConnel, J. (June, 2019). Examining elementary teachers’ learning experiences as they use the Canadian Financial Literacy database. Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

McConnel, J. (March, 2019). A fractured pedagogy of care: What teachers can learn about self-care from Hogwarts. Rosa Bruno-Jofré Symposium in Education, Kingston, ON, Canada.

Wearing, J., McConnel, J., & de Leon, C. (March, 2019). The creativity of research: Multiple approaches to finding (and telling) your research story. Rosa Bruno-Jofré Symposium in Education, Kingston, ON, Canada.

McConnel, J. (January, 2019). The curriculum of fandom: What are writers learning on Wattpad? Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Chicago, IL, United States.

McConnel, J. (October, 2018). Patanjali’s Pedagogy: Using Yogic Philosophy to Enhance Creativity in the Classroom and Beyond.  Artful Inquiry Research Group Symposium, Montreal, QC, Canada.

Beach, P., McDonald, P., Kirby, & McConnel, J. (August, 2018). Investigating how teachers interact with a visual model of reading development: An eye-tracking study. Scandinavian Workshop on Applied Eye Tracking, Frederiksberg, Denmark.

McConnel, J. (June, 2018). Growth, grit, or gloom? An analysis of award-winning titles in the Canadian “Forest of Reading.” Children’s Literature Association, San Antonio, TX, United States.

McConnel, J. (March, 2018). AP Capstone: Opportunities Outside the Box? Rosa Bruno-Jofré Symposium in Education, Kingston, ON, Canada.

McConnel, J. (March, 2018). Why Are We Doing This? Using Digital Reflection to Increase Student Engagement. E-Learning and Innovative Pedagogies Research Network, New York, NY, United States.

McConnel, J. (June, 2016). A Person or a Creampuff: Body Image and Identity in “Anastasia”. Children’s Literature Association, Columbus, OH, United States.

McConnel, J. (March, 2016). Storyteller or Sultan: Power in Recent YA Adaptations of “Arabian Nights”. International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts, Orlando, FL, United States.

McConnel, J. (June, 2015). Lovesick: Depression and Self-Harm in ‘Cupid and Psyche’ and Subsequent Adaptations. Children’s Literature Association, Richmond, VA, United States.

McConnel, J. (May, 2014). YA vs. NA: A Creative Workshop. A Rally of Writers, Lansing, MI, United States.

McConnel, J. (June, 2009). The Power of Three: Sibling Trios in Fantasy Literature. Children’s Literature Association, Charlotte, NC, United States.