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Hurdling Over Language Barriers: Building Relationships With Adolescent Newcomers Through Literacy Advancement
(Wiley Open Access, 2018)
Adolescents who are newcomers in a country and beginning to acquire English as an additional language are often in secondary classrooms with teachers who do not speak their languages. Due to these communication obstacles, ...
As easy as ABC? Teaching and learning about letters in early literacy
(International Literacy AssociationThe Reading TeacherWiley, 2018)
Letter learning is nuanced, complex, and essential to the development of an effective literacy processing system. Forming and naming letters, rapidly differentiating between visually similar letters, and recognizing their ...
Generation gap between students' needs and teachers' use of technology in classrooms
(Journal of Literacy and Technology, 2016)
In the 21st century, technology is a pervasive presence in the classroom. Unintended consequences of a technologically rich classroom learning environment emerge due to the dichotomy between 21st-century learners’ and ...
Mentoring Novice Teachers to Advance Inclusive Mathematics Education
(International Journal of Whole Schooling, 2019)
We facilitate a year-long teacher induction program in the United States involving earlycareer teachers in urban elementary schools as a means to advance their inclusive mathematics practices. The participants in this ...
Universal design for learning: Examining access afforded by children’s search engines
(Journal of Literacy and Technology, 2019)
Young children benefit from authentic opportunities to conduct online searches. Decisions related to the use of children’s search engines versus universal search engines should include considerations for the affordances ...