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Cultivating racial and linguistic diversity in literacy teacher education : teachers like me / Marcelle M. Haddix.

By: Haddix, Marcelle.
Material type: TextTextSeries: NCTE-Routledge research series: Publisher: New York ; London : Routledge, 2016Description: xix, 133 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780415729956; 0415729955; 9780415729963; 0415729963.Subject(s): African American teachers -- Training of | Minority teachers -- Training of -- United States | English teachers -- Training of -- United States | English language -- Study and teaching -- Social aspects -- United States | Literacy -- Social aspects -- United States | Sociolinguistics -- United StatesDDC classification: 370.71/1 LOC classification: LC2782 | .H34 2016
Contents:
Being the "Only One" : The Importance of Teacher Diversity for Literacy and English Education -- Teacher Educator by Day, Homeschooling Parent by Night : Examining Paradoxes in Being a Black Woman Teacher Educator -- "So-Called" Social Justice Teaching and Multicultural Teacher Education : Rhetoric and Realities -- Becoming "Urban" Teachers : Teaching for Social Justice, Behavior "Management", and Methodological Overload -- Hybrid Teacher Identities : Sustaining Our Racial and Linguistic Selves in the Classroom -- The Counterlanguages and Deliberate Silences of Preservice Teachers of Color -- New Voices, New Identities : Diversifying the Literacy and English Teacher Force.
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LC2782 .H34 2016 (Browse shelf) Available 0000002311199

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Being the "Only One" : The Importance of Teacher Diversity for Literacy and English Education -- Teacher Educator by Day, Homeschooling Parent by Night : Examining Paradoxes in Being a Black Woman Teacher Educator -- "So-Called" Social Justice Teaching and Multicultural Teacher Education : Rhetoric and Realities -- Becoming "Urban" Teachers : Teaching for Social Justice, Behavior "Management", and Methodological Overload -- Hybrid Teacher Identities : Sustaining Our Racial and Linguistic Selves in the Classroom -- The Counterlanguages and Deliberate Silences of Preservice Teachers of Color -- New Voices, New Identities : Diversifying the Literacy and English Teacher Force.

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<p>Marcelle M. Haddix is Dean¿s Associate Professor and Chair of the Reading and Language Arts department at Syracuse University, USA.</p>

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