This series is home to cutting-edge, upper-level scholarly studies and edited collections covering Literacy Education. Providing coverage of a broad range of emergent concepts, theories, and issues from around the world, texts address topics including pedagogy, curriculum, policy, teacher education, and language learning. Titles offer dynamic interventions into established subjects and innovative studies on emerging topics.
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Emilie Coin: [email protected] – Editor, UK, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East
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Charting an Asian Trajectory for Literacy Education Connecting Past, Present and Future Literacies
Digital Literacies and Interactive Media A Framework for Multimodal Analysis
Boys, Early Literacy and Children’s Rights in a Postcolonial Context A Case Study from Malta
Argument Writing as a Supplemental Literacy Intervention for At-Risk Youth Using Design Based Research to Develop a Knowledge Building Literacy Course
Supporting Student Literacy for the Transition to College Working with Underrepresented Students in Pre-College Outreach Programs
By Su Li Chong
September 26, 2022
Weaving outwards from a centripetal force of biographical stances, this book presents the collective perspectives of literacy researchers from Brunei, China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, the Philippines and Taiwan. It represents the first all-Asian initiative to showcase the region’s ...
By Earl Aguilera
August 19, 2022
This text responds to changing literacy practices in the digital age by developing an interdisciplinary framework for analysis of digital content created by students. Drawing on scholarship that expands traditional understandings of literacy to account for new ways in which students engage with ...
By Charmaine Bonello
March 29, 2022
This book explores boys’ underachievement in literacy in early years education in Malta, using the dual lens of children’s rights and postcolonial theory. The author confronts issues in literacy attainment, early literacy learning and transitions to formal schooling with a case study from Malta. ...
By Danielle L. DeFauw
February 01, 2022
This text draws on interviews, assignments, field notes, and observations from a flipped writing methodology course conducted with preservice elementary teachers in the US. In doing so, the text powerfully illustrates the benefits of using flipped methodologies in K-6 instruction to engage students...
By Margaret Sheehy, Donna M. Scanlon
December 21, 2021
This volume details the development and initial evaluation of a supplemental literacy course intended to support at-risk high school students in the US. Developed using design based research (DBR), the course combines argument writing and knowledge building literacy routines to support academic ...
By Shauna Wight
June 29, 2021
Focusing on the needs and experiences of underrepresented students in the US, this text explores how pre-college outreach programs can effectively support the development of students’ writing skills in preparation for the transition from high school to college. Synthesizing data from a longitudinal...
By Jill V Jeffery, Judy M. Parr
May 28, 2021
This book contributes to the innovation of writing education and research globally by providing crucial insights into how the structures and aims of literacy curricula vary internationally. It examines how nine education systems across five continents represent ‘good writing’ in curricula that ...
By Youngjoo Yi
May 19, 2021
Focusing on adolescent multilingual writing, this text problematizes the traditional boundaries between academic writing in school contexts and self-initiated writing outside of the formal learning environment. By reconceptualizing the nature of adolescent multilingual writing, the author ...
By David Bloome, George Newell, Alan R Hirvela, Tzu-Jung Lin
September 25, 2019
Written by leaders in the field of literacy and language arts Education, this volume defines Dialogic Literary Argumentation, outlines its key principles, and provides in-depth analysis of classroom social practices and teacher-student interactions to illustrate the possibilities of a social ...