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  • Wohlwend, Karen E. (Sage, 2013-01-01)
    In this chapter, play is examined as an embodied literacy, situated among multiple literacies in the overlapping cultures of modern childhoods: school, home and community, peer, media, digital, and consumer cultures. Key ...
  • Samuelson, Beth Lewis; Smith, Ross T.; Stevenson, Eleanor; Ryan, Caitlin (Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 2013-08)
    Abstract: This paper examines the practice of participatory evaluation through an exploratory single case study of the Evaluation Team of Books & Beyond, a cocurricular service-learning program of the Global Village ...
  • Rutkowski, Leslie (Applied Measurement in Education, Taylor and Francis, 2014-04)
    Large-scale assessment programs such as NAEP, TIMSS, and PISA use a sophisticated assessment administration design called matrix sampling that minimizing the testing burden on individual students. Under a matrix sampling ...
  • Wohlwend, Karen E (Routledge, 2014-04-28)
    This chapter critically reviews literacy research on play and creativity, with a focus on work in New Literacy Studies (Gee, 1996; Street, 1995) that redefine • play as collaborative and embodied semiotic practice ...
  • Engler, Andrea Colby ([Bloomington, Ind.] : Indiana University, 2015-05)
    In an effort to support undergraduate students and retain them, colleges and universities have created programs that use peer mentors to facilitate their transition to and academic success in college. Involving peer mentors ...
  • Merkel, Eva Gankiewicz ([Bloomington, Ind.] : Indiana University, 2015-07)
    Classroom language is powerful. It reflects a teacher’s intended lesson, cultural background, and belief system. Teacher language and all of the nuances associated with human communication can present information, encourage, ...

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