Reading Researchers in Search of Common Ground

Reading Researchers in Search of Common Ground

by Rona F. Flippo (Editor)

Paperback(Older Edition)


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780872072756
Publisher: International Reading Association
Publication date: 08/28/2001
Edition description: Older Edition
Pages: 208
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Contents: Foreword. Preface. Part I: The Study, Findings, and Experts' Points of View. R.F. Flippo, About the Expert Study: Report and Findings. L.G. Fielding, Point of View: Richard C. Anderson. B. Cambourne, On Being an "Expert" With a Point of View: Ten Years On. E. Fry, My Point of View. Y.M. Goodman, Always a Teacher: From Teacher to Teacher Educator to Researcher. J. Hansen, Evaluation, Writing, and Reading. D. DeFord, Point of View: Jerome C. Harste. R.T. Rude, Point of View: Wayne R. Otto. S.G. Paris, Developing Readers. P.D. Pearson, Life in the Radical Middle: A Personal Apology for a Balanced View of Reading. R.D. Robinson, Point of View: George Spache. R.J. Spiro, Principled Pluralism for Adaptive Flexibility in Teaching and Learning to Read. Part II: Making Sense of Literacy. K.H. Au, What We Know About Multicultural Education and Students of Diverse Backgrounds. V. Purcell-Gates, What We Know About Readers Who Struggle. L.B. Gambrell, What We Know About Motivation to Read. Part III: Toward a Common Ground. J.R. Campbell, A Focus on NAEP Data: What It Means, What It Does Not Mean, and the Findings From the Expert Study. T.V. Rasinski, A Focus on Communication With Parents and Families. R.T. Vacca, A Focus on the Media, Policy-Driven Literacy Practices, and the Work of Reading Professionals. R.F. Flippo, The "Real" Common Ground: Pulling the Threads Together.

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