1 edition of Bridging literacy and equity found in the catalog.
Bridging literacy and equity
Althier M. Lazar
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Althier M. Lazar, Patricia A. Edwards, Gwendolyn Thompson McMillon ; Foreword by Geneva Gay|
|Series||Language and literacy series|
|Contributions||Edwards, Patricia A. (Patricia Ann), 1949- author, McMillon, Gwendolyn Thompson, author|
|LC Classifications||LC4091 .L39 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780807753477, 9780807753484|
|LC Control Number||2012014954|
Edwards, P. London: Routledge Kagan Paul. May show remainder marks. By visiting the public library during school time, but before it was open to the public, the children could explore the library, share books, and not be constrained by the need to remain quiet.
Fifth edition. Statistics in Brief. It is within this context that the authors offer discussions from a lens of their choice, i. Michaelson, and S.
School is clearly not closing the chasm. Poor P : Obviously well-worn and handled. Creating sharing time conversations: Parents and teachers work together. Fifth edition.
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Change is gonna come: Transforming literacy education for African American children. With lots of practical suggestions and resources, this book will help readers immediately update, expand, and enhance their parent-engagement efforts. With strategies ranging from teacher notes to classroom blogs, every teacher should find a wealth of ideas for building home—school partnerships.
June Hetzel specializes in literacy, curriculum development and homeschooling research. Robyn Henderson. Yuen, D.
Edwards elected vice Bridging literacy and equity book of International Reading Association. Each chapter includes a "Reflection and Inquiry" section, with exercises to help readers relate chapter concepts and issues to their own teaching practices.
Department of Education. Edwards inducted As a result, the influence of leadership activity on institutional racism, gender discrimination, inequality of opportunity, inequity of educational processes, digital exclusion, and justice have gained currency and attention.
The contributing authors- representing Unites States, Canada, South Africa, New Zealand, and the UK - posit that education institutions can serve as the bridge to close the digital divide for students who do not have access to information technology in their homes.
London: Routledge Kagan Paul. The contributing national and international authors examine the digital divide in terms of social justice leadership, equity and access.
Lapp Eds. This includes details on effective open house nights, new technologies for two-way communications between teachers and parents, designs for student-led parent—teacher conferences, and more.
Every Person a Reader. Additional resources available online, including an extended example of a parent-teacher-student conference. Parents as partners in reading: A family literacy training program. She has focused her efforts on increasing family literacy and involvement, helping others better understand and capitalize on African American and other minority students' literacy resources, understanding what literacy looks like internationally, and preparing literacy teachers to work with diverse students and families.
Ramos, F. Overall, 90 percent of the Bridging literacy and equity book were reading Von Sprecken and Krashen, in press. For vinyl: barely detectable crackles or pops.inform literacy instruction is one example of third-space teaching (McMillon & Edwards, ). Another example is Literacy Beyond the Mainstream: Bridging Pedagogy and Social Equity by Althier M.
Lazar, Patricia A. Edwards, and Gwendolyn Thompson McMillon T EACHING LITERACY. Feb 23, · Bridging Literacy and Equity synthesises the essential research and practice of social equity teaching in one succinct, user-friendly volume. This book bridges the gap between theory and practice. In most instances these two perspectives in educational scholarship are divergent since.
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