John D. Beach, Ph.D.
Post-Master’s Certificate of Specialization , Reading Education, C. W. Post Center, Long Island University
MS, Elementary Education, C. W. Post Center, Long Island University
MA, French, Binghamton University, State University of New York
BA, French, State University of New York at Oswego
Beach, J. (2015). Do children read the children's literature adults recommend? A comparison of adult's and children's annual "best" lists in the United States 1975–2005 . In: New Review of Children’s Litrature and Librarianship. London, UK: New Review of Children’s Litrature and Librarianship. vol. 21, pp. 1-25.
Beach, J. (2011). Les fonctions de la pratique lettrée: perspectives théocratique, aristocratique et démocratique. In: Littéracie et diversité, 17e conférence européenne sur la lecture/ Proceedings of the 17th European Conference on Literacy. Mons: Proceedings of the 17th European Conference on Literacy.
Beach, J. (2007). Comedy: Children’s literature’s hidden treasure. In: Proceedings of the 15th European Conference on Reading. Berlin: Proceedings of the 15th European Conference on Reading.
Beach, J., and Combs, M. (1994). Stories and storytelling: Personalizing the social studies. The Reading Teacher. vol. 47, pp. 464-471.
Beach, J. (1992). New trends in an historical perspective: Literature's place in language arts education. Language Arts. vol. 69, pp. 550-556.
Beach, J. (1991). Comparing paired novels to learn the elements of fiction in the children's literature course. The Reading Professor. vol. 14, pp. 23-27.
Beach, J. (1983). Teaching students to write informational reports. . Chicago, IL: The Elementary School Journal. vol. 84, pp. 213-220.
Beach, John D., "Special Informal Storytelling Gathering " , Storytelling Special Interest Group, International Reading Association, New Orleans, LA. May 11, 2014 - May 11, 2014
Storytelling performance as a Featured Teller at the annual evening event at the IRA convention.
Beach, John D. Performer, "Playing with stories: Story crafting for teachers, students, writers, and other imaginative thinkers." , NCTE Storytelling Committee, National Council of Teachers of English, Washington, DC. November 21, 2014 - November 21, 2014
Storytelling performance as Featured Teller at "The Swapping Ground" evening event at the annual convention of NCTE. This event has been given each year at the convention since 1990.