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Thomas, M'Balia – Teacher Educator, 2018
The following exploratory study examines the effects of a "Harry Potter"-inspired "border crossing" analogy (HPBCA) on preservice teachers' (n = 25) Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) content knowledge and disposition toward English language learners (ELLs). The analogy capitalizes on the prior and shared…
Descriptors: Logical Thinking, Methods Courses, Preservice Teachers, English (Second Language)
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Boerman-Cornell, William; Klanderman, David; Schut, Alexa – Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 2017
The Harry Potter series is a favorite for out-of-school reading and has been used in school, largely as an object of study in language arts. Using a content analysis to highlight the ways in which J.K. Rowling's work could be used to teach higher dimensionality in math, the authors argues that the content is sufficient in such books to engage the…
Descriptors: Adolescent Literature, Content Analysis, Teaching Methods, Mathematics Instruction
Lee, Haeeun; Heath, Melissa Allen; Gabrielsen, Terisa; Tu, Chinyue – Communique, 2018
Since being published in 1997, "Harry Potter" books have sold over 500 million copies worldwide and have been translated into more than 80 languages (Pottermore News Team, 2018). Although Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry is vastly different from public school, adolescents from both worlds share common struggles. On a daily…
Descriptors: Fiction, Novels, School Psychology, Interpersonal Communication
Eaton, Sarah Elaine – Online Submission, 2012
This guidebook for teachers documents the "Harry Potter in Translation" project undertaken at the Language Research Centre at the University of Calgary. The guide also offers 5 sample lesson plans for teachers of grades three to twelve for teaching world languages using the Harry Potter books in translation to engage students. (Contains…
Descriptors: Childrens Literature, Books, Translation, Lesson Plans
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Thomas, M'Balia; Russell, Alisa LaDean; Warren, Hannah V. – Clearing House: A Journal of Educational Strategies, Issues and Ideas, 2018
On the 20th anniversary of J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter series, we examine the narratives of pedagogical practice of three teachers at "Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry". By drawing on these characters' stories of teaching as presented in Rowling's novels, we foreground their personal practical knowledge and the relationship of…
Descriptors: Childrens Literature, Educational Practices, Novels, Teachers
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Wheeler, Stephanie K. – Business and Professional Communication Quarterly, 2018
Despite the excellent work by scholars who invite us to consider disability, social justice, and business and professional communication pedagogy, little attention has been given to what a disability- and social-justice-centered business and professional communication course might look like in design and implementation. This case study offers an…
Descriptors: Simulation, Social Justice, Business Communication, Business Administration Education
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Johnson, Melissa C. – CEA Forum, 2015
This essay is grounded in the scholarship of teaching and learning and will focus specifically on the ways in which the Harry Potter books highlight the diversity of learning and teaching styles; privilege active experiential learning and problem solving over passive rote learning; and emphasize the benefits of collaboration over competition.…
Descriptors: Literature, Books, Fiction, Teaching Styles
McKibben, Sarah; Davis, Kevin – Educational Leadership, 2019
While it's school building looks like something straight out of Harry Potter, Washington Leadership Academy is best-known for its visionary thinking. One of only 10 schools in the U.S. to receive a $10 million grant from XQ: The Super School Project, the public charter is immersing its mostly minority, low-income students in technology--giving…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Leadership Training, Charter Schools
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Dempster, Steve; Oliver, Alice; Sunderland, Jane; Thistlethwaite, Joanne – Children's Literature in Education, 2016
This article reports findings from a small-scale focus-group study funded by the British Academy. Drawing on Herbert Marsh and Richard Shavelson's notion of "Academic Self-Concept" and David Barton and Mary Hamilton's view of literacy as context-specific social practices, the authors examine what young British "Harry Potter"…
Descriptors: Childrens Literature, Didacticism, Focus Groups, Reading Habits
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Sciurba, Katie – Journal of Literacy Research, 2017
This article combines interview data from a group of boys of color at an urban single-sex school and content analysis of "The Autobiography of Malcolm X" and "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" to demonstrate the complexities of readers' responses to literature. Textual relevance, or the ability to construct personal…
Descriptors: Males, Minority Group Students, Single Sex Schools, Autobiographies
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Yager, Susan – Honors in Practice, 2015
Years after the publication of its seventh and final volume in 2007 and the completion of the film series in 2011, the "Harry Potter" series is still studied and cited by professionals in fields ranging from science and economics to law and theology (for recent examples see Gierzynski and Eddy; Reagin; Bassham). Its continuing popularity…
Descriptors: Honors Curriculum, Play, Novels, Fiction
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Winters, Sarah Fiona – Children's Literature in Education, 2013
This article argues that Harry Potter fan vids can be used in the classroom as works of secondary criticism about J. K. Rowling's primary text. It makes two claims: the first is that vids can be read as criticism of a particular text (in this case Harry Potter) alongside other critical essays on that text; the second is that the practice of…
Descriptors: Scholarship, Teaching Methods, English Instruction, English Literature
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Crisp, Thomas – Journal of LGBT Youth, 2018
For educators looking to include literature with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer or questioning (LGBTQ) characters in their libraries and classrooms, it is sometimes difficult to determine which books contain authentic and accurate representations and avoid stereotypes and problematic tropes. Drawing upon J.K. Rowling's paratextual…
Descriptors: Homosexuality, Sexual Orientation, Sexual Identity, Disclosure
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Deets, Stephen – PS: Political Science and Politics, 2009
This article describes teaching a course called Harry Potter and Politics. Focusing on aspects of political culture, the class tackled themes of identity, institutional behavior, and globalization. Teaching Harry Potter has several benefits. Students are both familiar with the wizarding world and yet have enough distance to examine it…
Descriptors: Popular Culture, Global Approach, Novels, Conflict
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Wolosky, Shira – Children's Literature in Education, 2014
The formative power of children's literature is both great and suspicious. As a resource of socialization, the construction and experience of children's literature can be seen as modes of disciplinary coercion such as Michel Foucault has anatomized. "Harry Potter", as a "craze" phenomenon, has attracted particular…
Descriptors: Discipline, Childrens Literature, Self Concept, Socialization
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