ERIC Number: EJ923576
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2011-May
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Learning to Link Research, Practice, and Disciplinary Literacies: An Interview with Darin Stockdill
Stockdill, Darin; Moore, David W.
Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, v54 n8 p624-626 May 2011
Darin Stockdill was a secondary school English and social studies teacher in Detroit. His early research with classroom instruction and professional development motivated him to begin doctoral study to explore how schools serving as research sites can become sites for professional development and collaboration. He finds an epistemic perspective on disciplinary literacies--a view of how scholars in different disciplines interpret and produce knowledge through their reading and writing--helps him think about how teaching and learning can be transformed for classrooms.
Descriptors: Professional Development, Interviews, Profiles, Teacher Collaboration, Research and Development, Theory Practice Relationship, Literacy, Intellectual Disciplines, Reading, Writing (Composition), Language Arts
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