IAP BOOK SERIES
Literacy, Language and Learning
The Literacy, Language, and Learning Series, based on the Socio-Cultural Perspective, presents reading, writing, listening, speaking, and viewing as integral components for the development of thoughtful citizens. The authors believe that thoughtful citizens are those who are capable of understanding the principles of a pluralistic and democratic society and the power of multimedia on the human condition. Therefore, the authors conclude that educators have a special responsibility to challenge our children to analyze, question, and take action for the common good.
The books in the Literacy, Language, and Learning Series present literacy learning as essential to language development and school success. Specifically, these books pursue action research, culturally responsive teaching, inspiring writing, English language learning, and successful communication for home, school, and community connections. While reading and reflecting on these books, preservice and inservice educators will learn the most recent literacy education information while enhancing their professional lives.
A Critical Examination of the Experiences and Perspectives of Learners from Chinese Backgrounds in the United States2014
English Educators Address the Tensions Between Teacher Preparation and Teaching Writing in Secondary Schools2007
- Claudia Finkbeiner
- Wen Ma
Le Moyne College
- FOUNDING EDITORPeter B. Mosenthal
- FOUNDING EDITORPatricia Ruggiano Schmidt
Le Moyne College
- Contemporary Language Education
- Early Childhood Education Assembly
- Research in Bilingual Education
- Research in Second Language Learning