Dressman, M., Faust, M. Lessons from the history of poetry education in one journal, 1912-2005: Does history matter? Journal of Literacy Research.
Dressman, M., Faust, M., , . (2014). On the teaching of poetry in English Journal, 1912-2005: Does history matter? . Journal of Literacy Research, 46, 39-67.
Dressman, M. (2014). The paradox of poetry education. In L. Bresler, M. Fleming, & J. O’Toole (Eds.). Routledge International Handbook of Arts and Education. : , .
Journell, W., Dressman, M., Babock, A., Weatherup, N., Makhoukh, A. (2013). “Toward technology-mediated transcultural education: Learning from a discussion of politics and culture between American and Moroccan students.” International Journal of Social Education, 24(2), 169-192.
Dressman, M. (2013). Beyond disbelief: A confessional tale of religion, technology, and academic conceit. , 14, 255-274.
Dressman, M., Journell, A., Mann, J. (2012). Teacher education: Qualitative research approaches. Handbook of qualitative research in education. Edward Elgar Publishing Limited: Cheltenham, Glos, UK, .
Dressman, M., McCarthey, S. (2011). Toward a pragmatics of epistemology, methodology, and other people's theories in literacy research. Literacy research methodologies. Guilford Press: New York, .
Dressman, M. (2010). Let's poem: The essential guide to teaching poetry in a high-stakes, multimodal world. . Teachers College Press: New York, . link>
Dressman, M. (2008). Using social theory in educational research: A practical guide. . Routledge: London, .
Dressman, M. (2007). Theoretically framed: Argument and desire in the production of general knowledge about literacy. Reading Research Quarterly, 42, 332-363.
Dressman, M. (2006). Teacher, teach thyself: Teacher research as gendered ethnographic practice. Ethnography, 7(3), 329-356.
Wilder, P., Dressman, M. (2006). New literacies, enduring challenges? The role of capital in adolescent readers' internet practices. Reconceptualizing the literacies in adolescents' lives. Erlbaum: Mahwah, NJ, .
Dressman, M., Wilder, P., Connor, J. (2005). Theories of failure and the failure of theories: A cognitive/sociocultural/macrostructural study of eight struggling students. Research in the Teaching of English, 40, 8-61.
McCarthey, S., Dressman, M. (2004). Toward a pragmatics of epistemology, methodology, and other people's theories in literacy research. Literacy research methods. Guilford Press: New York, .
Dressman, M. (2004). Dewey and Bakhtin in dialogue: From Rosenblatt to a pedagogy of literature as social, aesthetic practice. Bakhtinian perspectives on language and literacy education. University Press: Cambridge, UK, .