Collins, A. & Halverson, R (2009). The second educational revolution: How technology is transforming education again. New York: Teachers College Press.

Kelley, C., Halverson, R., Blitz, M., Salisbury, J., Modeste, M., Dikkers, S. & Camburn, E. (in press). Comprehensive Assessment of Leadership for Learning (CALL): A next generation formative feedback system. Journal of Applied Research on Children.

Halverson, R. & Clifford, M. (in press). Distributed instructional leadership: How distributed leadership can help us better understand high schools. Journal of School Leadership.

Halverson, R. & Shapiro, R. B. (in press) Technologies for educators and technologies for learners: How information technologies are (and should be) changing schools. In S. Rutledge & D. Anagnostopolus (Eds.) The Infrastructure of Accountability.  Harvard Education Press.

Halverson, R. (2012) Games and the future of education research. In C. Steinkuehler, K. Squire & S. Barab (Eds). Games, Learning and Society. Cambridge Press: London.

Halverson, R & Halverson, E. (2012) Education as design for learning: A model for integrating education inquiry across research traditions. In C. F. Conrad & R. C. Serlin (Eds). Sage Handbook for Research in Education: Engaging Ideas and Enriching Inquiry (2nd Ed.). Sage: Thousand Oaks, CA.

Halverson, R., Feinstein, N. & Meshoulam, D. (2011). School leadership for science education. In G. DeBoer (Ed.) The Role of Public Policy in K-12 Science Education. Information Age Press: Charlotte, NC. 397-430.

Halverson, R. Blakesley, C & Figuerido-Brown, R. (2011). Video-game design as a model for professional learning. In M. S. Khine (Ed.) Learning to Play: Exploring the Future of Education with Video Games. Peter Lang: New York. 9-28.

Halverson, R. (2010). School formative feedback systems. Peabody Journal of Education 85(2) 130-155.

Halverson, R. & Smith, A. (2010). How new technologies have (and have not) changed teaching and learning in schools. Journal of Computing in Teacher Education 26(2) 49-54.

Collins, A. & Halverson, R. (2010). The second educational revolution: rethinking education in the age of technology. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 26(1) 18-27.

Halverson, R.  (2009) New Instructional Leadership. Wie Schulleitungen die Kompetenz entwickeln können, schulisches Lernen systematisch zu verbessernDie Deutsche Schule 101 (4/2009).323-340.

Halverson, R., Wolfenstein, M., Williams, C. & Rockman, C. (2009) Remembering math: The design of digital learning objects to spark professional learning. E-Learning 6(1) 97-118.

Collins, A. & Halverson, R. (2009) Technology supports for lifelong learning. E. Baker, B. McGaw and P. Peterson, (Eds.). International Encyclopedia of Education. Elsevier Press: Oxford.

Hamilton, L., Halverson, R., Jackson, S., Mandinach, E., Supovitz, J., and Wayman, J. Using student achievement data to support instructional decision making. Washington, DC: National Center for Education Evaluation and Regional Assistance, Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education.

Halverson, E., & Halverson, R. (2008). Fantasy sports: the case for competitive fandomGames and Culture 3(3-4) 286-307.

Spillane, J. P., Halverson, R. & Diamond, J. B. (2008). Théorisation du leadership en éducation: une analyse en termes de cognition située. Education et Sociétés, 21(1), 121-149.

Halverson, R. & Thomas, C. (2007). The roles and practices of student services staff as data-driven instructional leaders. In M. Mangin and S. Stoelinga (Eds.) Instructional teachers leadership roles: Using research to inform and reform. Teachers College Press: New York. 163-200.

Halverson, R. (2007). A distributed leadership perspective on how leaders use artifacts to create professional community in schools. In L. Stoll and K. S. Louis (Eds.) Professional learning communities: Divergence, detail and difficulties. Maidenhead: Open University Press. 93-105.

Halverson, R. (2007). Systems of practice and professional community: The Adams case. In J. Spillane & J. Diamond (Eds.) Distributed leadership in practice. Teachers College Press. 35-62.

Halverson, R., Grigg, J., Prichett, R., & Thomas, C. (2007). The new instructional leadership: Creating data-driven instructional systems in schools. Journal of School Leadership 17(2). 159-193.

Madda, K., Halverson, R., and Gomez, L. (2007). Exploring coherence as an organizational resource for carrying out reform initiatives. Teachers College Record 109(8). 1957-1979.

Halverson, R., and Clifford, M. (2006) Evaluation in the wild: A distributed cognition perspective on teacher assessment. Education Administration Quarterly 42(4). 578-619.

Halverson, R., & Collins, A. (2006) How information technologies weaken the identification of learning with schooling. Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning 1(2) 145-155.

Shaffer, D., Gee, J., Halverson, R., & Squire, K.  Video-games and the future of learning. Phi Delta Kappan 87(2). 104-111.

Halverson, R. (2005). What can K-12 school leaders learn from video games and gaming? Innovate 1(6).

Halverson, R., and Rah, Y. (2005). Representing leadership for social justice: The case of Franklin School. Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership 8(3).

Halverson, R., Kelley, C. & Kimball, S. (2004). Implementing teacher evaluation systems: How principals make sense of complex artifacts to shape local instructional practice. In C. Miskel (Ed.) Theory and Research in Educational Administration, Volume 3. 153-188.

Halverson, R. (2004) Accessing, documenting and communicating the phronesis of school leadership practice. American Journal of Education, 111(1), 90-122.

Spillane, J. P., Halverson, R., & Diamond, J. B. (2004). Towards a theory of leadership practice: A distributed perspective. Journal of Curriculum Studies, 36(1), 3-34.

Halverson, R., Linnekin, B. Spillane, J. & Gomez, L. (2004). Multimedia cases of practice: On-line learning opportunities for school leaders. Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership 7(1). Available at

Halverson, R. (2003). Systems of practice: How leaders use artifacts to create professional community in schools. Educational Policy and Analysis Archives 11(37). Accessible on-line at

Spillane, J. P., Halverson, R. & Diamond, J.B. (2001). Investigating school leadership practice: Distributed perspectives. Educational Researcher 30(3): 23-27.

Spillane, J.P., Diamond, J., Walker, L. J., Halverson, R., Jita, L. (2001). Urban school leadership and elementary science instruction: Identifying, mobilizing and activating resources in a devalued subject area. Journal of Research in Science Teaching 38(8). 918-940.