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Community-Based Research: Teaching for Community Impact


reviewed by Emily Nemeth — September 27, 2016

coverTitle: Community-Based Research: Teaching for Community Impact
Author(s): Mary Beckman and Joyce F. Long
Publisher: Stylus, Sterling
ISBN: 1620363569, Pages: 346, Year: 2016
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: September 27, 2016
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 21659, Date Accessed: 8/17/2017 11:39:10 AM

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  • Emily Nemeth
    Denison University
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    EMILY NEMETH is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Education at Denison University where she teaches undergraduate courses on literacy, equity pedagogies, queer theory, and current reform efforts in public schools. Her research explores the literacy lives of adolescent youth in community contexts and the learning opportunities afforded by expanding space and texts (word and world) through engaged pedagogies. In her most recent publication in Praxeological Learning: Service-Learning in Teacher Education, she analyzed qualitative data gathered via participant observations, interviews, and artifacts to discuss the implications of intertextuality—meaning making between words and worlds—for participatory pedagogies in K-12 settings. She is currently working with a group of community members who have launched a county-wide effort to explore ways to better support children, youth and families in local schools and communities.
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