Dr. Britnie Dilinger Kane explores project based inquiry as a means to support students’ disciplinary literacy.Read more "The Advantages of Inquiry: Equity and the Economy"
Dr. Kavin Ming, from Winthrop University, explains the importance of cultural competence as teachers develop lessons to meet the needs of their emergent bilingual students.Read more "Where Does It All Begin?"
Dr. Elke Schneider provides multiple strategies to support emergent bilinguals in oral language instruction.Read more "Culturally Responsive Instruction to Improve English Learners’ Academic Oral Language Development"
Daniel Stockwell, a Clemson University doctoral student, explores the questions teachers can ask themselves to discover as they work to implement culturally sustaining pedagogical practices with their emergent bilingual students.Read more "Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy for Emergent Bilingual Students"
Dr. Elke Schneider, a professor at Winthrop University, shares ways teachers can implement culturally responsive teaching in their classrooms to support their emergent bilingual students.Read more "Culturally Responsive Instruction for Non-Native Speakers of English"
Dr. Todd Lilly illustrates the meaning and significance of New Literacies.Read more "New Literacy Studies: For What It’s Worth…"
Dr. Ian O’Byrne’s blog post places the digital divide at center as he examines access to Internet and technology for students in rural areas.Read more "High Tech Means Missed Connections"