Aoki, J.M. (In Press). Affective Domain Strategies as a Means to Implement Cross-Disciplinary Standards into a Science Course for Pre-Service Teachers. In M. Hougen and K. Hotchkiss (Eds.), Texas College and Career Readiness Standards: What Every Teacher Educator Needs to Know to Prepare English/Language Arts Teachers for the 21st Century.
Aoki, Jon (2012) "A Snapshot: Concepts of Healthy Eating and Fitness Held by K-8 Pre-Service Teachers," International Journal of Exercise Science: Conference Abstract Submissions: Vol. 6: Iss. 2, Article 28.
Aoki, Jon (2010) "C&I as a Tool to Elicit Change in Health," International Journal of Exercise Science: Conference Abstract Submissions: Vol. 6: Iss. 1, Article 7.
Aoki, J.M. (2009). Brain based learning: what teachers can gain from brain-related research findings. HUNCon: Building a Better Learning Community for Houston, First Annual Conference. University of Houston-Downtown, Houston, TX.
Aoki, J.M. (2008). Integrating E-Learning into an Introductory Non- Major Biology Course. Texas Science Teacher, 37(2), 20-27.
Aoki, J. M. (2008). The Construction of a Wooden Box Trap and Handling Bag Designed for Yellow-Bellied Marmots (Marmota flaviventris). Wildlife Biology in Practice, 4(2), 88-93.
Cameron, G.N., Bryant, Robinson, J., & Aoki, J. (1997). Effect of Habitat Fragmentation on Demographic and Genetic Structure of Natural Populations: A Metapopulation Analysis. Environmental Institute of Houston - 1997 Annual Report.
Dietary and physical activity habits of university students; passion-based learning; discipline literacy; TBL; and small mammal ecology.
Aoki is involved in the Texas Education Agency Proclamations. Also, he has
served as an Associate Editor for The International Journal of Health, Wellness
and Society. Dr. Aoki performed in various capacities in the CCRI Partnership