Dr. Mack Hines

Dr. Mack Hines

Associate Professor

Mack Hines

Publications

Books

Hines, M. (2004). First In flight: Helping children to soar in middle
school. Indianapolis, IN: First Books Library.

Hines, M., & Bellamy, M. (2003). Mike¡¦s life with sickle cell anemia. Florence, SC:
MTB Publishing Company.

Hines, M. (2003). 20/20: An inspirational look at 20 of South Carolina's most notable African-American women. Florence, SC: MTB Publishing Company.Manuals/Handbooks

Hines, M. (2003). Florence county youth court: Court is now in session.
Florence, SC: MTB Publishing Company.

Hines, M. (2002). Critical transitions: A new approach to the middle school transition.

Journals

Reed, D., Combs, J., Harris, A., Hines, M., Johnson, S., Parker, C., &
Robles- Pina, R. (2006). Gender equity for at-risk students. Journal of Education and Human Development. 1(1), 1-13.

Hines, M. (2006). More to the middle: How to move precollegiate students into middle school teaching. Texas Middle School Association Journal, 13(2), 32-35.

Hines, M. (2006). A gender based analysis of the learning style preferences of principal preparation students. The International Journal of Adult and Continuing Education, 12(1), 76-97.

Hines, M. (2006). A day at the SPA (Successful Practices of Andragogy):
How to use the ELCC standards and adult learning theory to sustain a ¡§Self-As-Principal¡¨ voice in principal preparation students. AASA Journal of Scholarship & Practice, 3(1), 44-50.

Hines, M., & Reed, D. (2006). Searching high and low: An in-depth analysis of socioeconomic perceptions of the effective middle school assistant principal. On Target Journal, 2(1), 27-29.

Hines, M., Reed, D., Polnick, B., & Parker, C. (2006). Interviewing for the professorship: Determining a before, during, and after goodness of fit. The Academic Leadership Online Journal, 4(1), 1-6.

Hines, M. (2006). From practicing pedagogy to embracing andragogy: How to switch "gogys" to create a self-as-principal voice in today¡¦s principal preparation students. In F. Dembowski & L. Lemasters (Eds.) Unbridled spirit: Best practices in educational administration. The National Council of Professors of Educational Administration (NCPEA) Yearbook. (P. 190-197). Lancaster, PA: Pro Active Publications.

Hines, M., & Reed, D. (2006). Educating for social justice: The life and times of Septima Clark in review. Advancing Women in Leadership Journal-Scheduled Release: November 2006.

Hines, M., & Harris, A. (2006). Pedagogy or andragogy: Which ¡§Gogy¡¨ reflects Septima Clark¡¦s use of instruction to enhance the academic and social prosperity of African-American people? The Journal of Urban Education-Scheduled Release: November 2006.

Hines, M. (2006). And justice for all: Using the educational administration dissertation to inspire just and democratic educational communities. The International Journal of Learning, 13th Volume-Scheduled
Release: September 2006.

Hines, M. (2006). The impact of teacher certification on middle school
teachers¡¦ concerns about the middle school transition. Current Issues
in Middle Level Education, 12(2)-Scheduled Release: December 2006.

Hines, M. (2006). Noticing the newbies: New middle school teachers¡¦ concerns about the middle school transition. The Journal of the New England League of Middle Schools 18(1), 32-35

Hines, M. (2005). A paradigm of paradox: Managerial and leadership perceptions of the middle level assistant principal. Becoming, 17(1), 20-23.

Hines, M. (2005). Unmasked middle, repetitive riddle: An in-depth analysis of preservice and precollegiate views of middle level teacher education. MAMSE Journal, 30(1), 37-40.

Hines, M. (2005). And justice for all: A community minded approach to democratizing preservice middle school teachers. Current Issues in Middle Level Education, 11(2), 43-47.

Hines, M. (2005). Size matters: The impact of school size on middle school parents¡¦ perceptions of the middle school assistant principal. TAMS Journal, 33(1), 8-10.

Hines, M., & Truslow, K. (2005). The middle school transition: A zone of proximal development. Arkansas Association of Middle Level Education Journal (AAMLE), 3(1), 9-11.

Hines, M., Curtis, C., & Cunningham, S. (2005). Reconfiguring the
rainbow: A unique offering to multi-coloring the diversity of middle school achievement.
Arkansas Association of Middle Level Education Journal (AAMLE),
3 (1), 14-15.

Hines, M. (2005). Leaving one major behind: A self-conceptual look at why preservice teachers decline to major in middle level education. NELMS Journal, 17(1), 27-30.

Hines, M. (2005). In the beginning: A comparative analysis of influential factors of peer assessment among first-year teacher education students. The Online Journal of Academic Leadership, 3(2), 2-7.

Hines, M. (2005). Who¡¦s concerned? The impact of teacher certification on middle school teachers¡¦ concerns about the middle school transition.
Transescent, 4(1), 8-12.s

Hines, M. (2005). From misery to mastery: The triumphant story of
Critical Transitions. Wisconsin Association of Middle Level Education Journal (WAMLE), 9(3), 11-15.

Hines, M. (2004). From promise to product: Priming paideia into
middle level teacher education. Wisconsin Association of Middle Level Education Journal (WAMLE), 8 (3), 21-25.

Hines, M. (2004). Straight eye for the middle level guy: A transition in review. Association of Illinois Middle School Journal (AIMS), 7(5), 7-10.

Hines, M. (2004). Self-adjustment to the middle school transition.
Tennessee Association of Middle Schools (TAMS) Journal, 31, 43.

Hines, M. (2004). American minds under aesthetic construction.
Tennessee Association of Middle Schools (TAMS) Journal, 31, 81.

Hines, M. (2004). Eyes wide shut: What we fail to understand about the middle school transition. Tennessee Association of Middle Schools (TAMS) Journal, 30, 11.

Hines, M. (2004). Change from within: An introspective look at the middle school transition. Tennessee Association of Middle Schools (TAMS) Tidbits Newsletter, www.tams.net.

Hines, M. (2004). A piagetian perspective on the middle school transition.
South Carolina Middle School Association (SCMSA) Journal, 12(1), 24-25.

Hines, M. (2004, September/October). Soul on ice: The black middle school transition. IMARA Woman Journal, 12, 23-25.

Hines, M. (2003). The psychonomic set: Cerebral influences of the
middle school transition. Michigan Association of Middle Schools
(MAMSE) Journal, 28 (1), 32-34.

Eric Resources Center (ERIC) Documents

Hines, M., & Richardson, L. (2002). Equity in education: A balancing act.
(Eric Document Reproduction Service No. ED 457 557).

Nonrefereed Publications

Newspaper Articles

Hines, M. (2003, December 12). Isms and educational leadership.
Marion Star Newspaper, p. A4.

Hines, M. (2002). Parents and politicians battle over educational freedom.
Florence Morning News, p. A2.

Hines, M. (2001). The criminal ¡¥just us¡¦ system. Community Times, p. B1.

Hines, M. (2001, April 5). The columbine conversation. Community Times, p. B1.

Hines, M. (2001, May 12). The black mother: A superhuman human being.
Community Times, p. B1.

Hines, M. (2001, June 5). Will McVeigh ever go away? Community Times.
p. B1.

Hines, M. (2001, August 7). Love, sex, and marriage: Do they still exist in the black community?
Community Times, p. B1.

Hines, M. (2000, November 22). Happy thanksgiving, JFK! Community Times, p. B1.

ADDITIONAL SCHOLARLY ACTIVITIES

Editorships

Editor of Graduate Student Research (2006-Present). Academic Leadership Online Journal Book Reviews Choice Book Reviews Pendergast, D., & Bahr, W. (2006). Teaching middle years: Rethinking curriculum, pedagogy, and assessment. Australia: Allen & Unwin Press.

Darling-Hammond, L. (2005). Professional development schools for developing a profession. New York: Teachers College Press.

Corwin Press Manuscript Reviews
Author (TBA) (2006). Exploring teaching: Finding purpose in what we do.
Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.

Journal Manuscript Reviews

Middle School Journal (2005-Present).

Current Issues in Middle Level Education (2006-Present).

INDEPENDENT RESEARCH

Hines, M. (2005). A comparative analysis of the andragogical and pedagogical learning preferences of principal preparation students.

Hines, M. (2005): Unmasked middle, reflective riddle: A comparative analysis of preservice and precollegiate reasons for declining certification in middle level education.

Hines, M. (2005). And justice for all: Using the educational administration dissertation to inspire a just and democratic society.

Hines, M. (2005). A comparative analysis of racial perceptions of effective teacher educator behaviors at predominantly white and black colleges and universities.

Hines, M. (2004). Principal concerns for the middle school transition.

Hines, M. (2004). Peer assessment and the first-year teacher education student.


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