Level(s): College, Secondary
English Leadership Quarterly
Volume 35, Number 3, February 2013
Issue Theme: Culturally Relevant Pedagogy
Guest Editor: Judson Laughter
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Culturally Relevant Pedagogy (CRP) may be “just good teaching” (as Gloria Ladson-Billings once said), but to date, it is not yet the norm. Based on the tenets of developing students academically, nurturing cultural competence, and developing a sociopolitical consciousness, CRP has provided a powerful framework for examining teachers and students in multiple and diverse contexts. This issue offers a sampling of how English educators are applying CRP to a broad spectrum of work and research.
Culturally Relevant Pedagogy in ELA
Emily Payne and Judson Laughter
Children’s Literature as Medium for Teacher Self-Reflection
Redefining “Culturally Relevant” from within a Culturally Dominant School
Common Core to Cultural Literacy: Incorporating History and Technology in Unit Frameworks
Call for Manuscripts
Losing and Gaining a Self: Affirming the Body, Mind, and Spirit of Transgender Youth
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