I have had many articles and chapters published. If you want a copy of something, send a request along with the title to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send it along. This method is even easier than downloading from a library database.
Baines, L. A. (2021, November 5). Are the liberal arts in trouble? Teachers College Record, https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23894
Baines, L. A. (2020, May 31). Beauty in a time of COVID-19. The Oklahoman, p. 22. https://oklahoman.com/article/5663436/point-of-view-beauty-in-the-time-of-covid-19
Baines, L. A. & Machell, J. (2019, November 6). Beware! Money, charters and vouchers. Tulsa World. https://www.tulsaworld.com/opinion/columnists/by-lawrence-baines-and-jim-machell-beware-money-charters-and/article_34f29480-6c68-5b23-adb3-36702c738780.html
Baines, L. A. (2019, September 13). Seven concerning facts about privatization of the military. Nondoc. https://nondoc.com/2019/09/13/privatization-of-the-military-facts/
Baines, L. A., & Machell, J. (2019, July 9). The teachers we have, the teachers we need. Teachers College Record. ID Number: 22963
Baines, L. A. & Wickham, A. (2018). The new multilingual reality. English Journal 107(6), 14-21.Baines, L. A. & Machell, J. (2018, March 16). The teacher war comes to Oklahoma. Education Week, 13.
Baines, L. A. (2017, July 6). Unvetted teachers in the classroom are educational malpractice. Tulsa World, 20.Baines, L. A. (2017, July 7). Time to end educational malpractice in Oklahoma. The Oklahoman, 20A.
Baines, L. A. (2016, June 20). Legislative psychosis has state acting irrationally. Tulsa World, 18.Baines, L. A. (2017, March 8). The highly-qualified teacher lie. Education Week, 24.
Baines, L. A. (2017, February 20). Education vouchers are a scam. Tulsa World, 30.
Baines, L. A. (2016). Living the (Orwellian) dream. Oklahoma English Journal 29(2), 10-11.
Harrison, J., & Baines, L. A. (2016). Star-crossed lovers. Ohio Journal of English Language Arts 56(1), 45-48.
Ellis, M., & Baines, L. A. (2016). Levels of consciousness in The Drowned Cities. Oklahoma English Journal 28(2), 74-86.
Baines, L. A. (2016, January 6). Effective teachers make an incredible difference. The Oklahoman, 13A.
Baines, L. A. & Romano, R. (2015, July 31). Student engagement and achievement in language arts. International Society for Technology in Education website, https://www.iste.org/explore/articleDetail?articleid=505&category=Innovator-solutions&article.
Baines, L. A. (2015, July 20). One-hour Oklahoma. The Oklahoman, 20A.
Baines, L. A. (2015, May 20). Why not practice what we preached? Education Week, 22.
Baines, L. A. (2015). A technical guide to narrative inquiry (book review). Linguistics and Education 29, 83-84.
Baines, L. A. (2014). Public education: For richer, for poorer. Teachers College Record. http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17707.
Baines, L. A. & Rundquist, C. (2014). Multisensory learning for a multisensory age. National Association of Gifted Children Conceptual Foundations, 13-14.
Baines, L. A. (2014, July 6). Vast potential of Oklahoma schools. Tulsa World, 18.
Baines, L. A. (2013). Learning by ear. International Reading Association. www.readingonline.org.
Baines, L. A. (2013). Call to creativity (book review). Teachers College Record. http://www.tcrecord.org.
Baines, L. A. (2013). A bullet for the teacher. Teachers College Record. http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17241.
Baines, L. A., & Fisher, J. (2013). From cave art to cryonics. ALAN Review 41(1), 46-52.
Baines, L. A. (2013). Then, let them eat screens. Teachers College Record. http://www.tcrecord.org ID NUMBER: 17112.
Baines, L. A. (2012). Sensations, not words. Journal of the Washington Academy of the Sciences 98(3), 1-18.
Baines, L. A. (2012). A future of fewer words? The Futurist 46(2), 42-47.
Baines, L. A. (2012, Fall). The attack on teachers. Oklahoma Council of Teachers of English Exchange, 5-6.
Baines, L. A. (2012, August 22). What if we brought education reform to the military? Education Week., 25.
Baines, L. A. (2012, February 20). Professors concerned with helping students master material. Oklahoma Daily, 2.
Book Chapters (since 2012) Baines, L., Baines, C., & Hanna, J. (2020). Advocating for change in the workday of the public-school teacher in America. In Ethridge, Davis, and Winterbottom. Advocacy in Education. New York: Springer.
Stroud, A., & Baines, L. A. (2019). Inquiry, investigative processes, art, and writing in STEAM. STEAM Education: Theory, Research and Practice, (pp. 1-18). New York: Springer.
Baines, L., Hanna, J., & Hill, S. (2018). Us vs. them. In Fashing-Varner, K., Tobin, K., & Lenz, S. (Eds.). Broken Promises, Black Deaths, Blue Ribbons, (pp. 93-96). New York: Brill/Sense.
Baines, L. A. & Nahar, G. (2018). Loosening the linkages between language and the land. In Brunn, S. (Ed.), The changing world language map. New York: Springer.
Afrin, S., & Baines, L. A. (2018). The trajectories of language, culture, and geography in post-colonial Bangladesh. In Brunn, S. (Ed.), The changing world language map. New York: Springer.
Baines, L. A. & Goolsby, R. (2016). America’s Obsessive Assessment Disorder. In J. Bowen & P. Thomas (Eds.), De-testing and de-grading schools (second edition), (pp. 64-76). New York: Peter Lang.
Baines, L. A. & Yasuda, M. (2015). The high-achieving educational system of Japan. In Morgan, H., & Barry, C. (Eds.), The world leaders in education: Lessons from the successes and drawbacks of their methods, (pp. 61-78). New York: Peter Lang.
Baines, L. A. (2015). The language arts as foundational for science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics. In X. Ge, D. Ifenthaler, & J. Spector (Eds.), Full STEAM ahead: emerging technologies for STEAM, (pp. 247-258). Cham, Switzerland: Springer International.
Baines, L. A., & Goolsby, R. (2013). Mean scores in a mean world. In J. Bowen & P. Thomas (Eds.), De-testing and de-grading schools, (pp. 51-62). New York: Peter Lang.
Baines, L. A. (2013). Ignorance is strength: Teaching in the shadow of Big Brother. In P. Thomas (Ed.), Becoming and being a teacher, (pp. 137-150). New York: Peter Lang.
Baines, L. A. (2012). U.S. schools can achieve more by doing less. In J. Bardos (Ed.), Do schools prepare students for a global economy? (pp. 34-40). Detroit: Greenhaven Press. Previously published as an article in KAPPAN.
Lawrence Baines, PO Box 490094, Berry College Mount Berry, GA 30149