McCormick, T. E., Editor. (1977-78). The Hollands of Green Street (An Oral History of Elderly African Americans). Morgantown, West Virginia: Monongalia County Schools/U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare (USDHEW).

McCormick, T.E., Editor. (1977-78). Monongalia Blacks Speak of Yesterday and Today. (Oral Histories). Morgantown, West Virginia: Monongalia County Schools/USDHEW.

McCormick, T.E., Editor and Compiler. (1977-78). Mountain Music: A Book of Shaped Note Music. Morgantown, West Virginia: Monongalia County Schools/USDHEW.

McCormick, T.E., Editor and Designer. (1977-78). Little Mountain Books. (Three Language Experience Readers). Morgantown, West Virginia: Monongalia County Schools/USDHEW.

McCormick, T.E., Editor and Author. (1977-78). Starting Where You Are: Ethnic Crafts, Customs and Recipes. Morgantown, West Virginia: Monongalia County Schools/USDHEW.


McCormick, T.E. (2007). Strong women teachers: Their struggles and strategies for gender equity.  Chapter 1 (pp. 1-31) in D. Sadker & E. Silber (eds) Gender in the classroom–Foundations, skills, methods, and strategies across the curriculum. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

McCormick, T.E. (2007). The treatment of gender equity in teacher education. Contributing Author with D. Sadker, et al., to Chapter 7 (pp. 131-149) in S. Klein (ed.). Handbook for achieving gender equity through education. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

McCormick, T.E. (2006). Teaching about religious diversity as a multicultural issue (1991). Article reproduced in Representations of the ongoing struggles for equity and justice in education: Research, theory, and pedagogy in multicultural education. In C.A. Grant & T.K. Chapman (eds.). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

McCormick, T.E. (2006). The F-word revisited—History and theory of feminist pedagogy. Conference Proceedings of the Research on Women and Education 31st Annual Meeting, Dayton, Ohio, October 20-22, 2005.             

McCormick, T.E. (2002). Teaching as though both genders count: Guidelines for designing nonsexist, inclusive curriculum. Chapter 10 (pp. 237-259) in H. Roussou & M. Wehmeyer (eds). Double jeopardy: Addressing gender equity in Special Education.  Albany, New York: State University of New York Press.

McCormick, T.E. (2000, Fall-Winter). Reflections on becoming a multicultural feminist teacher educator. Women’s Studies Quarterly 28 (3, 4): 69-79.

McCormick, T. E. & Allen-Sommerville, L. (2000). Multicultural education: Awareness and activities.  Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall-Hunt.

McCormick, T.E. (1999, Fall). Theresa’s story (pp. 135-137). In Barbara Caldwell. Narrative portraits of women in Iowa–Building appreciation for diversity. Journal of Multicultural and Cross-cultural Research in Art Education 17(pp. 123-157).

McCormick, T.E., & Allen-Sommerville, L. (1998).  Multicultural education:  Awareness, strategies, & activities.  Madison, Wisconsin: Mendota Press.

McCormick, T.E. (1997).  An analysis of five pitfalls of traditional mentoring for people on the margins in higher education. (pp. 187-202).  In H.T. Frierson, Jr. (ed.). Diversity in higher education 1. Greenwich, Connecticut:  JAI Press.

McCormick, T.E., & McShay, J. (1997). Field experiences bring reality to preservice teachers in multicultural education courses. (pp. 224-232).  In C.A. Grant (ed.) National Association of  Multicultural Education–1996 Proceedings. San Francisco, California: Caddo Gap.

Rega, B., Rodriguez, L., & McCormick, T. (1997). Where’s the truth? A cross-cultural comparison of Chinese and American newspaper coverage of the Non-governmental Organizations (NGO) Forum on Women 1995 and the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women (FCWC) Ecquid Novi.  18 (2) 229-246.

McCormick, T.E. (1995). Technology and multicultural nonsexist teaching. (pp. 203-215). In J. Larkin & C. Sleeter (eds.). Developing multicultural teacher education curricula.  Albany:  State University of New York.

McCormick, T.E. (1995). Reframing the discussion of cooperative teaching and learning in a multicultural nonsexist context. (pp. 199-212). In C.A. Grant (ed.) National Association of Multicultural Education–1993 & 1994 Proceedings. San Francisco, California: Caddo Gap.

McCormick, T.E. (1994).  Creating the nonsexist classroom–A multicultural approach. New York, New York: Teachers College Press.

McCormick, T.E. (1992).  Mentoring:  A support system for multicultural education programs and diverse people (pp. 8-19). In C.A. Grant (ed.) Proceedings of the Second Annual Meeting of the National Association of Multicultural Education—February 13-16, 1992.   Morristown, NJ: Silver Burdett Ginn.

McCormick, T.E. (1991). Teaching about religious diversity as a multicultural issue. Religion & Public Education18 (1), 117-128.

McCormick, T.E., & McCoy, S. (1990, November). Computer-assisted instruction and multicultural nonsexist education:  A caveat for those who select and design software. Computers in the Schools7 (4), 105-124.

McCormick, T.E. (1990, Spring). Collaboration works! Preparing teachers for urban realities. Contemporary Education61(3), 129-134.

McCormick, T.E. (1990, January). Counselor-teacher interface: Promoting nonsexist education and career development. Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development18(1), 2-10.

McCormick, T.E. (1990). The multicultural life of the child. Chapter 9 (pp. 107-129). In C. Sunal (ed.). Early childhood social studies. Columbus:  Merrill.

McCormick, T.E., & Titus, P. (1990, Spring).  Mentoring:  Giving minority women tools for advancement. Mentoring International4(2), 31-37.

McCormick, T.E. (1989, July). Excellence and equity in education:  Compatible concepts or hostile abstractions? Explorations in Ethnic Studies12(2),19-31.

McCormick, T.E. (1986, Fall). Multicultural education and competency testing—conflicts and consequences. Urban Educator8(1) 31-42.

McCormick, T.E., & Noriega, T. (1986, Fall).  Low versus high expectations–A review of teacher expectation effects on minority students, Journal of Educational Equity and Leadership, 6(3) 224-234.

McCormick, T.E. (1984, Fall). A two-point perspective on art:  Multicultural-nonsexist education. Educational Considerations11(2) 17-19.

McCormick, T.E. (1984, Spring). Multiculturalism:  Some principles and issues. Theory into Practice23(2) 93-97.

McCormick, T.E. (1983, Fall). Other people and myself: An heritage arts in education program. National Association of Laboratory Schools Journal8(2), 32-40.

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