- English Education
- Social Justice and Literacy
- Teacher Education and Professional Development
- Inquiry-based Instructional Models for Teaching and Learning
- Fowler-Amato, M. (2020). New possibilities for field experiences: Learning in practice in a university writing center. Teaching/Writing: The Journal of Writing Teacher Education, 9 (1), pp. Article 22.
- Fowler-Amato, M., and Long, S. L. (2020). The road to occupying language in our classrooms: Learning from and for our students. English Leadership Quarterly, 43 (1), pp. 2-7.
- Fowler-Amato, M., Hikida, M., O'Neil, E., and Taylor, L. (2019). Introduction to the CITE-ITEL database: Access, dialogue, and possibility. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 19 (2), pp. 156-170.
- Fowler-Amato, M., LeeKeenan, K., Warrington, A., Nash, B. L., and Brady, R. B. (2019). Working toward a socially just future in the ELA methods class. Journal of Literacy Research, 51 (2), pp. 158-176.
- Fowler-Amato, M., and Warrington, A. (2017). Teachers as designers: Social design experiments as vehicles for antideficit English education. Literacy Research: Theory, Method, and Practice, 66 (1), pp. 358-372.
- Fowler-Amato, M. (2017). Taking on the role of participant observer in research studies that aim to transform teaching and learning. SAGE Research Methods Cases
- Price-Dennis, D., Wiebe, M. T., and Fowler-Amato, M. (2014). Learning to Develop a Culturally Relevant Approach to 21st Century Writing Instruction. Teaching/Writing: The Journal of Writing Teacher Education, 3 (2), pp. 5.
- Skerrett, A., Bomer, R., Fowler-Amato, M., and Janksy, K. (2013). Meeting them where they are: Researching youth literacies in and out of school. Literacy Research Association, Inc., 62 (1), pp. 144–156.
- Fowler-Amato, M. (2013). Supporting multilingual writers: Teachers working together to re-think writing instruction. Focus on the middle, 25 (4),
- Skerrett, A., Fowler-Amato, M., Chamberlain, K., and Sharp, C. (2012). Writing Across Lifeworlds. Literacy Research Association, Inc., 61 (1), pp. 132-144.
- Roser, N., Martinez, M., and Fowler-Amato, M. (2011). The power of picturebooks: Resources that support language and learning in middle grade classrooms. Voices from the Middle, 19 (1), pp. 24-31.
- Warrington, A., Fowler-Amato, M., and (2019). Engaging preservice teachers in productive struggle through antideficit English education.Possibilities, Challenges, and Changes in English Teacher Education Today: Exploring Identity and Professionalization. Lanham, Maryland:
- Bomer, R., and Fowler-Amato, M. (2014). Expanding adolescent writing: Building upon youths’ practices, purposes, relationships and thoughtfulness.Best Practices in adolescent literacy instruction. New York, NY: Guildford Press.
Contracts, Grants and Sponsored Research
- Fowler-Amato, M.; Warrington, A. "Seeking Antideficit English Education Through Teacher/Researcher Collaborations" $2,500. November, 2017 - August, 2019
- Fowler-Amato, M. "Working On Equity and Inclusion in the English Class Through Teacher/Researcher Collaborations" $3,000. June, 2018 - August, 2018