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Language-based Differences in the Literacy Performance of Bidialectal Youth

by Patriann Smith, Jehanzeb R. Cheema, Alex Kumi-Yeboah, S. Joel Warrican & Melissa L. Alleyne
This study examines the way in which 15-year-old 9th and 10th grade Trindiadian bidialectal adolescent youth self-identified linguistically on the 2009 PISA literacy assessment and explores their reading, math, and science literacy performance based on their self-identification as native English and non-native English speaking students.
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Examining Connections Between Teacher Perceptions of Collaboration, Differentiated Instruction, and Teacher Efficacy

by Yvonne L. Goddard & Minjung Kim
This study analyzes a statistically significant positive effect of teacher collaboration on teachers’ reported differentiated instruction use and in turn the influence of differentiated instruction on teachers’ sense of efficacy.
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Book Reviews
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From the Middle Passage to Black Lives Matter: Ancestral Writing as a Pedagogy of Hope

by Marva McClean
reviewed by Esther Ohito & Nicole Ross


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Improving Online Teacher Education

by Rachel Karchmer-Klein
reviewed by Omar J Almamoori & Kun Huang


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Classrooms in the Real World: Practical Advice from a Veteran Teacher

by Scott Mandel
reviewed by Sandra Pech

 


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Research Note

The Potential of Alluvial Diagrams for Advancing Educational Research

by Bradley W. Davis & Erin Anderson
The purpose of this article is to illustrate the potential for alluvial diagrams to expand the impact and accessibility of educational research. In doing so, the authors provide two illustrative examples using different units of analysis and treatments of time.
 
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