Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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978-1-4758-5101-4 • Hardback • June 2020 • $53.00 • (£41.00)
978-1-4758-5102-1 • Paperback • June 2020 • $27.00 • (£20.99)
978-1-4758-5103-8 • eBook • August 2020 • $25.50 • (£19.99)
Brooke B. Eisenbach is associate professor of Middle and Secondary Education at Lesley University in Cambridge, MA. She is a former middle school English and Young Adult Literature teacher and taught students aged twelve to nineteen within an English I virtual school course.
Paula Greathouse is associate professor of Secondary English Education at Tennessee Tech University in Cookeville, TN. She is a former secondary ELA and Reading teacher and was the co-creator and teacher of the dropout prevention online English program in her former school district.
CHAPTER 1: Setting the Foundation for a Successful Course: Strategies for Building Relationships and Community
CHAPTER 2: Motivating Readers and Writers in the Online Classroom
CHAPTER 3: Uncovering Reading and Writing Identities
CHAPTER 4: Getting Ready to Read and Write
CHAPTER 5: Questioning
CHAPTER 6: Online Classroom Conversation and Collaboration
CHAPTER 7: Engaging Critical Literacies in the Online Classroom
CHAPTER 8: Assessing Reading Comprehension
CHAPTER 9: Engaging in the Writing Process
CHAPTER 10: Engaging Online Students in Multiple Forms of Writing
CHAPTER 11: Conducting Writing Assessments in the Online Classroom
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
In Developing Adolescent Literacy in the Online Classroom, the authors have creatively reexamined a variety of teacher favorite literacy tools, methods, and strategies through the lens of online learning. As online and hybrid education continues to expand exponentially, impactful resources like this should be loaded on teacher devices and stacked on bookshelves for educators at every level!
— Jeremy Wendt, professor and chair, Educational Technology, Tennessee Tech University
As the principal of an online public virtual school, I am often challenged to find viable resources for my staff to help them battle the literacy challenges we face in the online platform. For many of our students, our virtual school setting is their last hope, and they have come to us educationally years behind. Developing Adolescent Literacy in the Online Classroom is the first book that I have come across that is geared directly towards the online and blended learning platforms. This resource is exactly what I have been hoping to find for my teachers to empower our students to be successful. This book will be a staple for our professional developments and PLC conversations. Big thanks to Eisenbach and Greathouse for paving the way for online education resources!
— Stephanie Nelson, EdS, educational technology, high school assistant principal, Tennessee Virtual Academy
Developing Adolescent Literacy in the Online Classroom: Strategies for All Content Areas is a fabulous sourcebook for novice and veteran teachers alike who are diving into the waters of teaching in online spaces. This book provides educators with new and innovative approaches that can be used to engage even the most reluctant of learners. Eisenbach and Greathouse do so by showing teachers how to help students develop authentic literacy practices across subject areas in order to deepen student content area knowledge. This book belongs on the shelf of every teacher who cares about implementing meaningful literacy practices in effective online instruction.
— Hannah R. Gerber, PhD, Sam Houston State University and University of South Africa; president, International Council for Educational Media
Eisenbach and Greathouse are “spot on” in advocating for ways to cultivate community in virtual classrooms before (and while) introducing content. I know of no other book that accomplishes this charge with the same clarity and passion.
— Donna Alvermann, PhD, distinguished professor, language and literacy education; endowed faculty research position, University of Georgia