McWeeney, D.M. (in progress). Being a man in a woman's world: The case for men in preschool education. St. Paul, MN: Redleaf Press.
McWeeney, D.M. (in progress). A curriculum, culture, and change for the 22nd century. [Manuscript currently submitted for publication].
McWeeney, D.M. (in progress). Public education sucks. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.
McWeeney, D.M. (forthcoming 2025). Why? A tribute to David Darling. (CD). Denver, CO: Curve Blue Records.
Alfano, M., Ayalon, A., Cavender, M., Grant, K., Horton, M., McWeeney, D.M., Moise, K., & Todd, C. (2020). Issues relating to the implementation of the edTPA pre-service teacher assessment as adopted by the Connecticut State Board of Education. Unpublished manuscript.
Darling, D., & McWeeney, D.M. (2019). Homage to Kindness (CD). New York, NY: Hearts and Space Records.
McWeeney, D.M. (2018). Reflections for wind ensemble. [Commissioned by Drexel University wind ensemble]. University City, PA: MAD Dragon Records.
McWeeney, D.M. (2023). Classroom management strategies for behavioral students in the early childhood and elementary music classroom. Session presented for the 76th Annual Connecticut Music Educators Association In-Service Conference. Hartford, CT: Connecticut Convention Center.
McWeeney, D.M. (2022). Diving into better aquatic evaluations. Session presented at the 62nd Annual Connecticut Recreation and Parks Association convention. Uncasville, CT: Mohegan Sun Casino.
McWeeney, D.M. (2022). Newspapers and the classroom: Male PK-12 public school teachers in four urban school districts and their coverage and portrayal in four local newspapers. Session presented for the New England Political Science Association. Newport, RI: Newport Marriott.
McWeeney, D.M. (2021). Reasons for the lack of male primary grade teachers in a rural, urban and suburban school district. Session presented for the New England American Educational Research Association. Portsmouth, NH: Sheraton Portsmouth Harborside Hotel.
Alfano, M., Ayalon, A., Cavender, M., Grant, K., Horton, M., McWeeney, D.M., Moise, K., & Todd, C. (2020). Working paper final report: Issues relating to the implementation of the edTPA pre-service teacher assessment as adopted by the Connecticut State Board of Education. Session presented to the Education Committee of the Connecticut General Assembly. Hartford, CT: Connecticut State Capitol.
McWeeney, D. M., Werblow, J., & Villani, C. (2019). How to increase state revenue to help the state education budget. Session presented at 4th Annual Conference on Shared Governance and Student Success. New Haven, CT: Michael J. Adanti Student Center at Southern Connecticut State University.
EDF 215: Education in a Multicultural Society. Spring, 2023.
EDY 301: Birth-3: Early Identification & Intervention. Spring, 2023.
EDE 334W: Effective Teaching Methods for Preschool and Kindergarten. Spring, 2023.
EDY 643: Infants and Toddlers: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment and Observation. Spring, 2023.
EDY 644: Birth to Kindergarten Integrated Curriculum. Spring, 2023.
EDEL 430: Elementary Education Student Teaching. Spring, 2023.
EDUC-548: DSAP Student Teaching. Spring, 2023.
In this pilot episode of a new series I created that stemmed from the COVID-19 disease, I explain how to teach a form of writing called "blogging." My educational series teaches students how to communicate effectively on the web, and teaches educators how to foster those skills through the use of digital literacy skills. Visit the store to purchase this series.
Alongside my colleagues Gail Lavielle, Themis Klarides and many other prominent state political figures, we led the statewide reform movement against school regionalization. Before the anticipated hearing at the state capitol in March 2019, the Senate and House Republicans gave a press conference that was broadcasted on all the major cable television channels. I spoke at the press conference. The reform movement picked up quickly, and was covered by all state news outlets and newspapers. It was the hottest topic of the year in state politics.
I was able to land quotes and features in WFBS Eyewitness News, Good Morning Wilton, Yankee Institute, The News-Times, Republican American, and the Hartford Courant. My op-ed piece on this effort was also published in the Connecticut Mirror. I was proud to be one of the key leaders in this fight that led to the bill dying inside the Capitol. I am proud of the friendships that I made along the process.
To watch the entire press conference in its entirety, click here.