January 2023 Inside the Issue

Telling Our Own Tales

Pam Allyn and Ernest Morrell suggest ten ways to help every student harness the power of story

Taking a Stand! Moving Forward: Advocacy for Our Nation’s English Learners and Emergent Bilingual Learners

By Dr. Barbara Flores

A Revised Composing Process

By Stephen Krashen

A New Year’s Wish for Literacy Education in 2023

By Dr. Kenneth Kunz

Centering on the Story: Putting Students First

By Ayanna Cooper

Using Oral History to Share the Truth

Mary Romney-Schaab uses the case of an Afro-Caribbean in the Nazi era to highlight the value of culturally sustaining pedagogy

Designing Learning Ecologies

Heather Rubin, Andrea Honigsfeld, and Lisa Estrada explore strategies for the digital-age language learner

Between Understanding and Using Language

Tiffany White introduces the role of speech–language pathologists in helping students of all ages and backgrounds achieve academic and social success

Identity, Safety, and Belonging for Native American Students

Becki Cohn-Vargas interviews Paula Rabideaux


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