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May 24, 2018

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May 18, 2018

Michael, People Are Reading Your Work

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K–12 Online Learning and School Choice: Growth and Expansion in the Absence of Evidence
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The reality of virtual schools: A review of the literature
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Asynchronous and synchronous online teaching: Perspectives of Canadian high school distance education teachers

May 17, 2018

Collage Making As A Visual Inquiry Process For Supporting Practicing Teachers’… – Academia.Edu

Note the last item at the bottom focused on K-12 distance education.

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Mary F Rice Mary F Rice
University of New MexicoCollege of Education – Language, Literacy & Sociocultural Studies, Faculty Member

Collage making as a visual inquiry process for supporting practicing teachers’ understandings about literacies

We are junior, tenure-line faculty at a research-intensive institution in the Southwestern United States. Most of our responsibilities lie with mentoring and advising graduate students who are practicing teachers in local schools. As such, one of our major goals is to bring together our research interests in New Literacies (New London Group, 1996) into our work as mentors and advisors. We determined that we would benefit from a multimodal method for supporting our thinking together with our teachers, together with each other, and separately. By multimodal, we mean that we were utilizing…

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Interviewing and Focus Groups

Prepublication version, co-written with Rosaline Barbour, published Barbour, R. and Schostak J. F. (2011) Interviewing and Focus Groups, in B. Somekh and C. Lewin (eds) Theory and Methods in Social Research, London, Sage. revised 2nd edn.

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‘If I could mix drinks like my grandfather I would be worth marrying’: Reading Race, Class and Gender in Mrs H. Graham Yearwood’s West Indian and Other Recipes (1911 and 1932).

Mrs H. Graham (E.A.C.) Yearwood’s cookery book, West Indian and Other Recipes (1911, 1932) is that rare thing: an early West Indian cookbook. It is a collection of over 2,300 written recipes from mainly female contributors which was compiled by a prominent white creole woman on the island of Barbados in the early decades of the twentieth century. It is rare because very few early cookbooks have survived a fragile archive in a West Indian context and rare because, to this day, West Indians tend to eschew written or printed recipes in favour of individual culinary improvisation and/or family…

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English education as democratic armor: Responding programmatically to our political work

Abstract Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to illustrate the ways in which attention to programmatic vision and coherence – rather than foci on individual courses – might advance the work of justice-oriented, critical English education in important ways. The authors propose that consciously attending to the work of English education on the programmatic level can better enable English educators to cultivate democracy-sustaining dispositions in preservice teachers. Using Grossman et al.’s (2008) definition of “programmatic coherence”, the authors illustrate how one interdepartmental…

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Research and Practice in Distance Education for K-12 students

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Paul Bacsich Published A Preprint

Note a couple of K-12 distance and online learning items below.

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The 12 principles of Agile

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posted a new update in their project AGILERING
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Civic education in a post-truth society: Combating “fake news” and “alternative facts”

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May 15, 2018

Barbour, M. K., & Reeves, T. C. (2009). The Reality Of Virtual Schools: A… Was Your Top Paper Last Week

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