This issue acknowledges the importance of multiliteracies and diversity, and shows how learners are affected by varying approaches to literacy.
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Table of Contents
- 7 • Statement of Purpose
- 8 • Review Board
- 9 • Editorial
- 17 • Commentary: The Intellectual Properties of Literacy
- 27 • Commentary: Thoughts on Three Decades in Literacy Education: Why Don’t We Ever Learn?
- 33 • Commentary: On the Road to Literacy: Before the Three R’s Come the Three F’s
- 41 • Commentary: Early Literacy Development and Implications for Practice
- 47 • Commentary: Elementary Students Discuss Literacy
- 49 • Weaving Tales and Leaving Trails
- 53 • Early Childhood Literacy and the Sense of Play
- 59 • Making the Invisible Process Visible: A Kinesthetic Approach to Explicit Reading Comprehension Strategy Instruction in Early Primary Grades
- 69 • Saying What You See in the Dark: Engaging Children Through Art
- 89 • Teaching the “Bad Boy” to Write
- 105 • How a Therapy Dog May Inspire Student Literacy Engagement in the Elementary Language Arts Classroom
- 123 • Life-Long Readers of Poetry? Why Not?
- 139 • Inquiry Literacy: A Proposal for a Neologism
- 157 • On Screen: Writing, Images and What It Means to Be a Reader
- 171 • Multiple Definitions of Reading: Why They Continue to Be Used in the Same Contexts, and What This Has Meant for Literacy Instruction
- 189 • Whose Literacy Learning Landscapes Matter? Learning from Children's Disruptions
- 207 • Unexpected Learning: Two PhD Candidates Narratively Inquire Into Their Experiences With an ESL Group
- 225 • Arts-Based Research as a Pedagogical Tool for Teaching Media Literacy: Reflections From an Undergraduate Classroom
- 243 • Crossing Thresholds and Expanding Conceptual Spaces: Using Arts-Based Methods to Extend Teachers' Perceptions of Literacy
- 263 • Adult Literacy... and the Children Shall Lead