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"They Are Doers": Writing to Advocate With Immigrant Youth in Community-Based Organizations
JOURNAL OF ADOLESCENT & ADULT LITERACY.
By: C. Lee, K. Dufresne & J. Relyea
2021 journal article
"We Are the Future": Critical Inquiry and Social Action in the Classroom
JOURNAL OF LITERACY RESEARCH.
By: H. Spires, M. Himes, C. Lee & A. Gambino
From New York City to the World: Examining Critical Global Literacies in an English Language Arts Classroom
JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN CHILDHOOD EDUCATION.
By: K. Johnston, L. Omogun & C. Lee
2020 journal article
"I Have a Voice": Reexamining Researcher Positionality and Humanizing Research With African Immigrant Girls
MULTICULTURAL PERSPECTIVES, 22(1), 46–54.
By: C. Lee
Encountering the Affective in Latino Immigrant Youth Narratives
READING RESEARCH QUARTERLY.
By: C. Lee, M. Falter & N. Schoonover
Reimagining social justice-oriented teacher preparation in current sociopolitical contexts
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF QUALITATIVE STUDIES IN EDUCATION.
By: R. Roegman, E. Reagan, A. Goodwin, C. Lee & L. Vernikoff
"My life's blueprint": publishing critical youth narratives in community-based organizations
ENGLISH TEACHING-PRACTICE AND CRITIQUE.
By: C. Lee & N. Schoonover
Teacher candidates? intentions to teach: implications for recruiting and retaining teachers in urban schools
JOURNAL OF EDUCATION FOR TEACHING.
By: L. Chen, S. Akin & A. Goodwin
2018 journal article
Between Extraordinary and Marginalized: Negotiating Tensions in Becoming Special Education-Certified Teachers
The New Educator, 14(4), 293–314.
By: R. Roegman, S. Pratt, S. Sanchez & C. Chen
2016 journal article
“Teachers are works in progress”: A mixed methods study of teaching residents’ beliefs and articulations of teaching for social justice
Teaching and Teacher Education, 59, 213–227.
By: E. Reagan, C. Chen & L. Vernikoff
2015 journal article
Round and round: Examining teaching residents’ participation in and reflections on education rounds
International Journal of Educational Research, 73, 65–76.
By: E. Reagan, C. Chen, R. Roegman & K. Zuckerman
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