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Voices from the Middle offers articles on research and best practices in middle level reading, writing, speaking, and listening in the visual and language arts. Our mission is to be the cornerstone for the ongoing professional development of language arts educators. (Published September, December, March, and May) 

Editors: Doug Fisher, Nancy Frey, and Diane Lapp

San Diego State University

Contact:  dfisher@mail.sdsu.edu

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Theme: Background Knowledge and Vocabulary

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"The work of new literacies is always about making connections within and across contexts and people. It is the work of sharing and communicating. . . . [W]e must move beyond taking risks and reaping rewards as individuals. Teachers need to identify or create spaces where they can share what they’ve learned to further the process. It’s not just a “nice to do”—it’s a “must do.”
—Margaret C. Hagood, p. 15–16

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