KUDOS! Faculty Awards, Publications, Honors
Rebecca Rogers’ and Melissa Mosley’s new book, Designing Critical Literacy Education through Critical Discourse Analysis: Pedagogical and Research Tools for Teacher Researchers, (Routledge, 2013) was recently reviewed in the NCTE sponsored journal Talking Points.
Rogers was also the co-author with Inda Schaenen on an article, Critical Discourse Analysis in Literacy Education: A Review of the Literature published in Reading Research Quarterly (volume 49, issue 1) one of the premier journals for literacy researchers. Link to an abstract of the article here.
Lisa Dorner and Angela Layton, doctoral student in the College of Education, recently published an article in Linguistics & Education titled Children’s Multilingual Discourses (or interacting, representing, and being) in a First-Grade Spanish Immersion Classroom.
Mark Pope is co-author with William Briddick and Fatima Wilson on an article in Career Development Quarterly titled, The Historical Importance of Social Justice in the Founding of the National Career Development Association. The authors discuss the role of social justice in the founding of the National Career Development Association (NCDA). They discuss the historic context of the founding, the social justice work of the pioneers of vocational guidance, and the social justice influences that permeate the fabric of NCDA even today.
Nick Husbye, assistant professor of elementary literacy education, was nominated for the School of Education dissertation award at his alma mater, Indiana University. His outstanding dissertation was titled, Of Movies and Multimodality: Film Design and Modal Complexity as Literacy Practices in the Elementary Classroom. Congratulations, Nick!
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