Needing Intensive Remediation: How a Reading Identity Is Negotiated, Interpreted, and Lived
Book Summary: Participatory performances have long been used to invite audiences to embody, voice, and imagine the perspective of different characters, values, and viewpoints. Performances of Research: Critical Issues in K-12 Education provides a collection of performative texts that retell the lived experiences of children and youth in meaningful and engaging ways, while providing readers with an opportunity to participate in the retelling. Performances of Research is for faculty, graduate, and undergraduate students who are engaged in the study of social foundations in education, equity and social justice in education, and qualitative inquiry methods. This book is essential reading for pre-service teachers, classroom teachers, and faculties of education and works very well as a textbook for a variety of courses.
McGill-Franzen, Anne; and Moran, Renee Rice. 2013. Needing Intensive Remediation: How a Reading Identity Is Negotiated, Interpreted, and Lived. Performances of Research: Critical Issues in K-12 Education. New York, NY: International Academic Publishers. https://www.amazon.com/Performances-Research-Critical-Education-Counterpoints/dp/1433119625 ISBN: 9781433119620