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Talking Texts with Teachers: A Narrative Inquiry into the Experiences of Secondary English Language Arts Teachers and Their Text Selection Practices
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2018)
The texts that teachers choose to read in the secondary English language arts classroom have been an important part of the curriculum development process for teachers of this subject. Teachers have always been interested ...
Is That Racist? One White Family Interrogating Whiteness and Constructing Antiracist Curriculum
(University of Missouri -- Kansas City, 2019)
Despite attempts by white teachers and families to avoid talk about race (Apfelbaum, Paulker, Ambady, Sommers, & Norton, 2008; Bartoli, Michael, Bentley Edwards, Stevenson, Shor, & McClain, 2016; Boutte, López-Robertson, ...
A Narrative Inquiry and Self–Study of Practice Investigation into Experiences with Older Adults and Aging via an Online College–Level Gerontology Course
The population of older adults in the United States is increasing to new heights. Society members trained in gerontological education, health care of elders, and service providers for older adults will be needed in the ...