28 articles, 50 authors, 180 pages,     ACCEPTANCE RATE 21%

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Spring 2011     ISSN 1096-1453     Volume 15, Issue 1

Table of Contents

Editorial -  Teaching Writing for Social Justice  /  4

Social Justice and the Composition classroom  /  6
	Peggy Johnson, Saint Mary’s University, MN
Affect and Social Justice Pedagogy  /  12
	Susan Adams Delaney, Ithaca College, NY 
	Kelly Concannon Mannise, Nova Southeastern University
Engaging Community College Adjunct Faculty  /  20
	Robin L. Spaid, Morgan State University, MD
	Michael H. Parsons, Morgan State University, MD
Beyond Celebrating Diversity in Schools  /  25
	Gilbert C. Park, Ball State University
Education as Social Science  /  30
	Patty O’Grady, University of Tampa
Disconnecting to Reconnect  /  38
	Catherine M. Castellan, Loyola University Maryland
Popular Culture and Teacher Education  /  43
	Belinha De Abreu, Drexel University, PA
Pop Culture Conflict in the Classroom  /  48
	Elisabeth Johnson, City University of New York
A “Continuum” Model of Collaboration in ESL  /  56
	Laura H. Baecher, City University of New York
	Angela B. Bell, University of North Dakota, ND
Effectiveness of an On-Line Writing Course  /  62
	Jill A. Singleton-Jackson, University of Windsor, Canada
Does Freshmen Engagement Predict Student Success?  /  67
	Carolinda Douglass, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb IL
	William M. Boelcke, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL
	Jennifer D. Swanson, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL
Intercultural Email Exchanges in L2 Writing   /  73
	Li-Mei Chen, Valdosta State University, Georgia
	Pei-Chuan Cheng, De-Lin Institute of Technology, Taiwan
ESL Teacher Collaboration through Technology  /  79
	Lan Ngo, Teachers College, Columbia University
	Susan Goldstein, Teachers College, Columbia University
	Lucy Portugal, Teachers College, Columbia University
I-Search for Social Justice  /  86
	Peter Fernbach, SUNY Adirondack, NY
Using Case Studies Across Three Delivery Systems  /  91
	Alyson Smith Bass, Middle Tennessee State University, TN
	Lesley Craig-Unkefer, Middle Tennessee State University, TN
	Craig Joseph Rice, Middle Tennessee State University, TN
An Informal Program Changes Science Perceptions  /  97
	Sarah Bargmann, Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi 
	Cherie A. McCollough, Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi
A Learner-Centered Approach To Teaching Literacy  /  105
	Max Kopelman, Touro College, NY
 Evaluating Ubiquitous Computing Programs  /  114
	Meridith K. Wentz, University of Wisconsin-Stout
	Wendy Marson, University of Wisconsin-Stout
	Jane Henderson, University of Wisconsin-Stout
Diversity and Commonality in Women’s Learning  /  122
	Julia Zoino-Jeannetti, Framingham State University,  MA
Encouraging Adult English Language Learners  /  128
	Susannah Westlake, University of Houston, TX
	Theresa Monaco, University of Houston, TX
Concurrent Faculty in American Higher Education  /  134
	JoyLynn Hailey Reed, University of Texas
	P. Graham Hatcher, University of Alabama
Reconceptualizing parent involvement  /  140
	Hoewook Chung, University of Wisconsin- Madison 
	Hyunjin Kim, Oklahoma State University
Investigating Us-Them Thinking for Social Justice  /  146
	Joy Arbor, Kettering University, MI
A Vitalist Perspective on Nature Journals  /  151
	David M. Grant, University of Northern Iowa
Teaching—Not Prescribing—Twain and Ellison  /  157
	Kevin Clouther, SUNY-Stony Brook
Student Motivation for Service Learning Abroad   /  161
	Steve Harrist, Oklahoma State University
	YoonJung Cho, Oklahoma State University
	Lincoln Gibbs, Oklahoma State University
	Julie Koch, Oklahoma State University
A Framework for Evaluating Digital Coursebooks  /  167
	Zbigniew P. Mozejko, Warsaw School of Soc Sciences & Humanities
	Jaroslaw Krajka, Maria Curie-Sklodowska University, Lublin, Poland 
Faculty Exchange within Criminal Justice Programs  /  174
	Christine A. Nix, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
	Lesley Keeling-Olson, Temple College
	Jose Martinez, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor

KEYWORD Subject/Topic Index   /  179-180
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