McConnell, C., Conrad, B., Uhrmacher, P. B. (2020). Lesson Planning with Purpose: Five Approaches to Curriculum Design. Teachers College Press.
Uhrmacher, P. B., McConnell Moroye, C. M. and Flinders, D. J. (2017). Using Educational Connoisseurship and Criticism for Qualitative Inquiry. Routledge.
P. B. Uhrmacher, K. Bunn (co-editors). 2011. Beyond the One Room School. Denmark: Sense Publications.
P. B. Uhrmacher, J. Matthews (co-editors). 2005. Intricate Palette: Working the Ideas of Elliot Eisner. Columbus, Ohio: Merrill Prentice Hall.
C. McConnell Moroye, P. Bruce Uhrmacher (Accepted). Eco-Aesthetic Experiences:
A Deweyan Framework for Ecological Aims in Schools and Classrooms. In Patricia Maarhuis and AG Rud (eds.) Imagining Dewey: Artful works and dialogue about Art as Experience.” The Netherlands: Brill Publishers.
D. Goodwin, P. B. Uhrmacher (2017). Engaging English Language Learners through the Arts Using the Aesthetic Overlay of CRISPA. In Tabitha Dell’Angelo, Louise Ammentorp, and Lauren Madden (eds.) Using photography and other arts-based methods with English Language Learners. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers.
P. B. Uhrmacher, C. Moroye (2014). Experience, heightened vitality, and aesthetic engagement, or why is stick man smiling? In Donna Adair Breault and Rick Breault (Eds.), Experiencing Dewey: Insights for today’s classroom (2nd ed.) (62-65). New York, NY: Routledge and Kappa Delta Pi.
C. Moroye, P. B. Uhrmacher. (2010) Aesthetic Themes as Conduits to Creativity. In Cheryl Craig and Louise F. Dertechin (Eds.) Cultivating Curious and Creative Minds, The Role of Teachers and Teacher Educators: Part 1. Teacher Education Yearbook XVIII. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield Education, pp. 99-114.
P. B. Uhrmacher, B. Conrad, C. Lindquist (2010). The Power to Transform: Implementation as Aesthetic Awakening. In T. Costantino and B. White (Eds.) Essays on Aesthetic Education for the 21st Century. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
P. B. Uhrmacher, C. Moroye. (2008) “Finding our Niche: Accountability in Higher Education.” In Judith Slater, David Callejo Perez and Steve Fain (Eds). War Against the Professions. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
P. B. Uhrmacher (2007). “Artful Curriculum, Evaluation, and Instruction: Lessons from Rudolf Steiner and Waldorf Education.” In David T. Hansen (Ed.) Ideas in Action: International Perspectives on the Philosophy and Practice of Education. New York: Teachers College Press.
P. B. Uhrmacher (2004). “An Environment for Developing Souls: The Ideas of Rudolf Steiner.” In D. Callejo Perez, S. Fain and J. Slater (Eds.). Pedagogy of Place: Seeing space as cultural education. New York: Peter Lang.
P. B. Uhrmacher (2001). “On Elliot Eisner.” In Joy Palmer (Ed.). Fifty Modern Thinkers on Education. London: Routledge.
P. B. Uhrmacher (1992). "Curriculum Philosophies and Ideologies.” Series Introduction. Millwood, New York: Kraus International Publications: 1-15. Published in the following:
English/Language Arts: A practical guide for K-12 English/Language Arts
English as a Second Language: A practical guide for K-12 English as a Second
Early Childhood Education: A practical guide for K-12 Early Childhood
Mathematics: A practical guide for K-12 Mathematics Curriculum
Science: A practical guide for K-12 Science Curriculum
Social Studies: A practical guide for K-12 Social Studies Curriculum
Visual Arts: A practical guide for K-12 Visual Arts Curriculum
Environmental Education: A practical guide for K-12 Environmental Education
Health: A practical guide for K-12 Health Curriculum