Literacy Research, Practice and Evaluation

The international need for literacy research is as high as ever, as literacy skills serve as a foundation to learning. New research in literacy must address hot topics- some of which have limited amounts of previous research while maintaining high degrees of validity, reliability, and applicability. Literacy Research, Practice and Evaluation will address these concerns with vigorous research and ample instructional techniques.

Each volume will address a contemporary topic that is of particular importance such as comprehension, response to intervention, and assessment related to literacy education.

Free content from volume 8: "Addressing Diversity in Literacy Instruction"

The editors have selected the following chapters to be free to access until 9 December 2017. Please read, download and share with colleagues.

Nancy Frey, Douglas Fisher, (2017), Toward Equity Through Opportunities to Learn Literacy

Shea Kerkhoff, (2017), Teaching for Global Readiness: A Model for Locally Situated a Globally Connected Literacy Instruction

To submit a proposal to this series, please contact the series editors via email:

Evan Ortlieb
St John's University, USA
ortliebe@stjohns.edu

Earl H. Cheek, Jr.
Louisiana State University, USA
echeek@lsu.edu


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