How and Why Readers Make Sense of Print
To Be Published February 1st 2016 by Routledge
The Selected Works of Kenneth S. Goodman and Yetta M. Goodman
Series: World Library of Educationalists
Ken and Yetta Goodman’s professional work has been a lifelong collaboration, informed by shared philosophical strands. An overarching goal has been to provide access for all children to literacy and learning and to inform and improve teaching and learning. Each also is recognized for specific areas...
Published December 4th 2013 by Routledge
Why Expertise Matters
Accountability, in the form of standardized test scores, is built into many government literacy policies, with severe consequences for schools and districts that fail to meet ever-increasing performance levels. The key question this book addresses is whose knowledge is considered in framing...
Published October 1st 2013 by Routledge
Making Sense of Written Texts in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean
Reading in Asian Languages is rich with information about how literacy works in the non-alphabetic writing systems (Chinese, Japanese, Korean) used by hundreds of millions of people and refutes the common Western belief that such systems are hard to learn or to use. The contributors share a...
Published November 22nd 2011 by Routledge
This book provides research-based insights that deepen and broaden current understandings of the nature of reading. Informed by psycholinguistic and sociolinguistic views of reading-as-meaning-construction, the studies build on principles of scientific realism – an approach to inquiry that...
Published November 27th 2007 by Routledge
In contrast to the generally dismal results of various approaches to rehabilitation, these consciousness-based strategies have proven effective in preventing crime and rehabilitating offenders! This book will introduce you to a powerful, unique approach to offender rehabilitation and crime...
Published October 30th 2003 by Routledge