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Issue Theme: Critical Issues in Whole Language
From the Editors [FREE ACCESS]
Sally Brown and Deborah MacPhee
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Keywords: Digital Literacies, Elementary, Literacy, Whole Language
Blogging about Books: How Choice in Modality Influences Upper Elementary Students’ Responses to Reading
Betsy Cease and Meg Wilmarth
Classroom teachers Betsy Cease and Meg Wilmarth share a study investigating the use of a Kidblog as an option for fourth and fifth graders’ responses to literature.
When Interpretations of Assessment Data Collide [FREE ACCESS]
Mary Fahrenbruck provides a detailed case study on the assessment of reading skills for Lily, a third grader.
Operationalizing Critical Digital Literacies: A Holistic Approach to Literacy Education in the Modern Age
Ah-Young Song offers many resources and strategies for engaging students with critical digital literacies.
Second School/Education as a Human Right
Rick Meyer invites us to critically reflect on the past and future of our profession.
This new feature section by Kathryn Mitchell Pierce and her colleagues includes interviews with educators, educators’ writings, student work samples, and photographs from classrooms.
WLU on the Move! President’s Message [FREE ACCESS]
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