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Grace Enriquez; Victoria Gill; Gerald Campano; Tracey T. Flores; Stephanie Jones; Kevin M. Leander; Lucinda McKnight; Detra Price-Dennis – English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 2024
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to provide a transcript of a dialogue among literacy educators and researchers on the impact of generative artificial intelligence (AI) in the field. In the spring of 2023, a lively conversation emerged on the National Council of Research on Language and Literacy (NCRLL)'s listserv. Stephanie initiated the…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Literacy, Teachers, Personal Narratives
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Ruth Li – English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 2024
Purpose: This paper aims to offer an approach to cyborg composing with artificial intelligence (AI). The author posits that the hybridity of the cyborg, which amalgamates human and artificial elements, invites a cascade of creative and emancipatory possibilities. The author critically examines the biases embedded in AI systems while gesturing…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Man Machine Systems, Creative Writing, Poetry
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Lucinda McKnight; Cara Shipp – English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 2024
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to share findings from empirically driven conceptual research into the implications for English teachers of understanding generative AI as a "tool" for writing. Design/methodology/approach: The paper reports early findings from an Australian National Survey of English teachers and interrogates the…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Writing Strategies, English Instruction, Language Usage
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Alexandra Thrall; T. Philip Nichols; Kevin R. Magill – English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 2024
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to examine how young people imagine civic futures through speculative fiction writing about artificial intelligence (AI) technologies. The authors argue that young people's speculative fiction writing about AI not only helps make visible the ways they imagine the impacts of emerging technologies and the modes…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Information Technology, Futures (of Society), Fiction
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Sarah Jerasa; Sarah K. Burriss – English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 2024
Purpose: Artificial intelligence (AI) has become increasingly important and influential in reading and writing. The influx of social media digital spaces, like TikTok, has also shifted the ways multimodal composition takes place alongside AI. This study aims to argue that within spaces like TikTok, human composers must attend to the ways they…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Social Media, Algorithms, Writing (Composition)
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William Joseph Fassbender – English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 2024
Purpose: This study builds on previous theoretical work that considered artificial intelligence (AI) and its potential for creating "teacher-centaurs" whose labor could be accelerated through the use of generative AI (Fassbender, in review). The purpose of this paper is to use empirical methods to study centaur teachers and the division…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Technology Uses in Education, Secondary School Teachers, Secondary Education
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Tiera Chante Tanksley – English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 2024
Purpose: This paper aims to center the experiences of three cohorts (n = 40) of Black high school students who participated in a critical race technology course that exposed anti-blackness as the organizing logic and default setting of digital and artificially intelligent technology. This paper centers the voices, experiences and technological…
Descriptors: African American Students, Artificial Intelligence, Algorithms, Racism
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Amy Stornaiuolo; Jennifer Higgs; Opal Jawale; Rhianne Mae Martin – English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 2024
Purpose: With the rapid advancement of generative artificial intelligence (AI), it is important to consider how young people are making sense of these tools in their everyday lives. Drawing on critical postdigital approaches to learning and literacy, this study aims to center the experiences and perspectives of young people who encounter and…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Digital Literacy, Writing (Composition), Positive Attitudes
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Daly, Annie – English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 2023
Purpose: There is a pressing need to teach students how to talk critically about race to understand the personal and political implications of racism in the contemporary US society. Classroom race talk, however, often includes moments of discomfort or confusion as teachers and students navigate new norms for making sense of race and racism. The…
Descriptors: Race, Racism, White Teachers, Grade 4
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Williamson, Thea; Clemons, Aris – English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 2023
Purpose: Little research has been done exploring the nature of multilingual students who are not categorized as English language learners (ELLs) in English language arts (ELA) classes. This study about a group of multilingual girls in an ELA class led by a monolingual white teacher aims to show how, when a teacher makes space for translanguaging…
Descriptors: English, Language Arts, Code Switching (Language), Multilingualism
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Schieble, Melissa; Vetter, Amy; Monét Martin, Kahdeidra – English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 2023
Purpose: This paper aims to present findings from a three-year qualitative study that used a model of teacher learning referred to as teaching as inquiry (Manfra, 2019). Teaching as inquiry centers the teacher as a learner in a prolonged and "systematic process of data collection and analysis focused on changing teaching" (p. 167).…
Descriptors: High School Teachers, English Teachers, Knowledge Level, Teaching Skills
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Kelly, Lauren Leigh – English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 2023
Purpose: This qualitative research study examines classroom observations and transcripts, teacher and student interviews and student writing to investigate how white English teachers can cultivate students' critical literacies regarding race and oppression through classroom literature. As research and practice in the field of critical literacy has…
Descriptors: White Teachers, English Teachers, Race, Critical Literacy
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Sedlacek, Quentin Charles – English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 2023
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to support advocacy for racial and linguistic justice by examining teachers' efforts to contest their colleagues' language-exclusive policies and practices. Design/methodology/approach: The author used a critical and reconstructive discourse analysis guided by interest convergence theory to analyze narratives…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Advocacy, Teacher Attitudes, Educational Policy
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Lomelí, Karla – English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 2023
Purpose: This paper aims to highlight a reconstructive lens on one white teacher's critical approach to teaching literacy. This work equally highlights the importance of anti-racist approach to critical pedagogies centered on a humanizing ethic of cariño. Design/methodology/approach: Drawing on portraiture and qualitative methods, this paper uses…
Descriptors: White Teachers, High School Teachers, Hispanic American Students, Immigrants
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Patterson, Ashley N. – English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 2023
Purpose: This study aims to illustrate how one-sixth grade language arts teacher transforms the theory of culturally sustaining pedagogy (CSP) into practice, an effort made visible through classroom discourse. Design/methodology/approach: This classroom discourse inquiry is guided by tools of reconstructive discourse analysis which encourage a…
Descriptors: Language Arts, English Teachers, Grade 6, Culturally Relevant Education
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