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Listening to the Voices of Boys


reviewed by Ashley Boyd — May 03, 2018

coverTitle: Listening to the Voices of Boys
Author(s): Krista Griffin
Publisher: Information Age Publishing, Charlotte
ISBN: 1681234580, Pages: 2016, Year: 142
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: May 03, 2018
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22354, Date Accessed: 7/22/2018 7:48:11 PM

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  • Ashley Boyd
    Washington State University
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    ASHLEY S. BOYD is assistant professor of English education at Washington State University where she teaches graduate courses on critical and cultural theory and undergraduate courses on English methods and young adult literature. A former secondary English language arts teacher, Ashley’s current research examines practicing teachers’ social justice pedagogies and their critical content knowledge; explores how young adult literature is an avenue for cultivating students’ critical literacies; and investigates the implementation of state-mandated tribal curriculum in secondary schools in Washington. Her recent book with Teachers College Press, Social Justice Literacies in the English Classroom: Teaching Practice in Action, analyzes case studies of practicing English teachers to identify specific pedagogic approaches for advancing equity both inside and outside of the classroom. She has recently published in The Journal of Teacher Education, The English Journal, The International Journal of Critical Pedagogy, and The ALAN Review.
 
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