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Community-Based Language Learning: A Framework for Educators


reviewed by Ricardo González-Carriedo & Nichelle DeVaughn - August 08, 2019

coverTitle: Community-Based Language Learning: A Framework for Educators
Author(s): Joan Clifford & Deborah S. Reisinger
Publisher: Georgetown University Press, Washington, DC
ISBN: 1626166366, Pages: 208, Year: 2018
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: August 08, 2019
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23030, Date Accessed: 11/18/2019 6:36:30 PM

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  • Ricardo González-Carriedo
    University of North Texas
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    RICARDO GONZÁLEZ-CARRIEDO, PhD, is an associate professor of bilingual education at the University of North Texas. His research interests include bilingual teacher preparation, the internationalization of teacher education programs, literacy development among second language learners, and the representation of Latino students in the media. He holds a JD (Juris Doctor) degree from the University of León (Spain) and a doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction from Arizona State University. Prior to his service at UNT, he worked at the University of Paris (France) for two years and as a secondary teacher in North Carolina and Arizona for eleven years.
  • Nichelle DeVaughn
    University of North Texas
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    NICHELLE DEVAUGHN is a PhD candidate at the University of North Texas. Her doctoral studies are in Curriculum and Instruction, with a specialization in language and literacy teaching and research. Committed to ensuring equity for culturally and linguistically diverse students, her passion comes from having taught in dual language and bilingual classrooms for six years. Her own bilingualism helps to connect deeply with her work, and to empower others in embracing language and culture within their educational pursuits. Some of her recent research interests include bilingual education policy, reform in language policies, and the current rise in bilingual programs nationally in K-12 education.
 
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