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- Ph.D. University of Chicago. Special Field: Curriculum and Instruction.
- M.A.T. University of Chicago. Major Emphases: English and Education
- B.A. University of Chicago. Major: English
The learning and teaching of literature and composition, adolescents' in and out of school literacies, boys and school achievement.
Wilhelm, J. & Smith, M. W. (2014). Reading unbound: Why kids need to read what they want—and why we should let them. New York: Scholastic.
Smith, M. W., Wilhelm, J., Fredrickson, J. (2012). O, yeah?!: Putting argument to work both in school and out. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.
Wilhelm, J., Smith, M. W., & Fredrickson, J. (2012). Get it done!: Writing informational text to make things happen. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.
Fredrickson, J., Wilhelm, J., & Smith, M. W., & (2012). So, what's the story?: Narrative writing to understand ourselves, others, and the world. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.
Smith, M. W. & Wilhelm, J. (2010). Fresh takes on teaching literary elements: How to teach what really matters about character, setting, point of view, and theme. New York: Scholastic.
Wilhelm, J., & Smith, M. W. (2009). Boys and literacy: Complexity and multiplicity. In. L. Christenbury, R. Bomer, & P. Smagorinsky (Eds.), Handbook of adolescent literacy research (360-371). New York: Guilford Press.
Smith, M.W. (2009). The issue of authorial surplus in narrative research. Educational Researcher, 38, 603–607.
Smith, M. W. & Wilhelm, J. (2007). Getting it right: Fresh approaches to teaching grammar, usage, and correctness. New York: Scholastic.
Smith, M. W. & Wilhelm, J. (2006). Going with the flow: How to engage boys (and girls) in their literacy learning. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.