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Sinopsis

The Journal of Language & Literacy Education (JoLLE) is a peer-reviewed, open access journal housed in the Department of Language & Literacy Education at the University of Georgia.

Episodios

  • Effects of Educational Games on Sight Word Reading Achievement and Student Motivation

    Effects of Educational Games on Sight Word Reading Achievement and Student Motivation

    11/11/2017 Duración: 11min

    Principal Editor Heidi Hadley interviews Justine Gibbon, a Title 1 Reading Teacher at Kindred, North Dakota, and Stacy Duffield, a professor in the School of Education at North Dakota State University, about their article entitled, "Effects of Educational Games on Sight Word Reading Achievement and Student Motivation."

  • Power and Agency in a High Poverty Elementary School: How Teachers Experienced a Scripted Reading Program

    Power and Agency in a High Poverty Elementary School: How Teachers Experienced a Scripted Reading Program

    19/04/2017 Duración: 15min

    Co-Principal Editor Jennifer Jackson Whitley interviews Rebecca Powell, Ed.D., the director of the Center for Culturally Relevant Pedagogy at Georgetown College, about her article entitled, "Power and Agency in a High Poverty Elementary School: How Teachers Experienced a Scripted Reading Program."

  • Are We Making ‘PROGRESS’? A Critical Literacies Framework to Engage Pre-service Teachers for Social Justice

    Are We Making ‘PROGRESS’? A Critical Literacies Framework to Engage Pre-service Teachers for Social Justice

    19/04/2017 Duración: 09min

    Co-Principal Editor Jennifer Jackson Whitley interviews Holly Matteson and Ashley Boyd, Ph.D. and assistant professor of English at Washington State University, about their article entitled, "Are We Making ‘PROGRESS’? A Critical Literacies Framework to Engage Pre-service Teachers for Social Justice."

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