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Mobile Makes Learning Free: Building Conceptual, Professional, and School Capacity


reviewed by Camille Martinez-Yaden June 21, 2017

coverTitle: Mobile Makes Learning Free: Building Conceptual, Professional, and School Capacity
Author(s): Boris Handal
Publisher: Information Age Publishing, Charlotte
ISBN: 1681232839, Pages: 172, Year: 2015
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: June 21, 2017
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22056, Date Accessed: 12/15/2017 11:07:02 AM

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  • Camille Martinez-Yaden
    University of Arizona
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    CAMILLE MARTINEZ is a research scholar/practitioner working on a doctoral degree in the Language, Reading, and Culture program at the University of Arizona. She holds graduate degrees in Curriculum and Teaching (Harvard), Early Childhood Education (University of Southern California) and Educational Leadership (University of Arizona). Her research interests include identity formation in middle school-aged female students with career and college aspirations in STEM-related fields, critical pedagogy, Indigenous teacher preparation, early childhood assessment, and learning and problem solving in technology-rich environments. Her recent work on early childhood assessment has been published in the Handbook on Research Methods in Early Childhood Education, Vol. II.
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