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The most important work : stories of sovereignty in the struggle for literacy / edited by Kyle D. Shanton.

Other Title:
Stories of sovereignty in the struggle for literacy
Publication:
Lanham, Maryland : University Press of America (R and L), 2015.
Lanham, Maryland : University Press Of America, ® Inc., [2015]
Format/Description:
Book
vii, 122 pages ; 23 cm
Subjects:
Literacy.
Education -- United States.
Reading (Early childhood).
Education.
United States.
Contents:
Listening, storytelling, and literacy
Improving family child care : navigating a rugged landscape of concerns, expectations, and needs
"You're doing the best with what you have.' 'no, we do with what we don't have.'"
Listening : a channel for critical literacy
Demands of official portraits
Encountering new demands : composing non-official portrait
Acting upon, with, and for literacy
Literacy from a native vantage point
The Laguna history and culture class
Reclaiming the Laguna worldview
Laguna cultural literacy.
Notes:
"This book is a collection of essays that reflect the desire and determination guiding many practitioners and researchers as they work together in more meaningful and relevant ways for literacy."--Page 4 of cover.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contributor:
Shanton, Kyle D., editor.
ISBN:
0761866027
9780761866022
9780761866039
OCLC:
908071203
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