Creating Literacy Communities as Pathways to Student Success offers a model for using literacy as a pathway for secondary students to explore fields from which they are often systematically excluded. In particular, this volume demonstrates how access for young Latina students to STEM related fields can be bolstered through engagement with mentors in writing and reading programs. Written for pre- and in-service teachers, as well as scholars across disciplines, this book aims to re-conceptualize the ways in which writing can best serve ethnically and linguistically diverse students, especially girls.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Creating Access for Girls Chapter 1: Creating a Literacy Community Chapter 2: Learning to Dream Chapter 3: Learning to Ask Chapter 4: Learning to Network Chapter 5: Learning to Envision Chapter 6: Conclusion and Call to Action
Jessica Singer Early is an associate professor of English Education at Arizona State University, USA.
Christina Saidy is an associate professor of English at Arizona State University, USA.