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Practice What You Teach: Social Justice Education in the Classroom and the Streets

reviewed by sj Miller - December 06, 2013

coverTitle: Practice What You Teach: Social Justice Education in the Classroom and the Streets
Author(s): Bree Picower
Publisher: Routledge, New York
ISBN: 0415895391, Pages: 152, Year: 2012
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: December 06, 2013
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  • sj Miller
    University of Missouri, Kansas City
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    SJ MILLER is Associate Professor of Urban Teacher Education/Secondary English and Language Arts at the University of Missouri, Kansas City. SJ has published widely in journals and presented widely in state and national conferences on a variety of topics related to teaching young adult literature, anti-bullying pedagogy, challenging the gender binary, multimodal applications of popular culture in secondary classrooms, and cultivating socio-spatial justice dispositions with secondary preservice English teachers. Most notably, SJ won the 2005 Article of the Year Award from the English Journal for “Shattering Images of Violence in Young Adult Literature: Strategies for the Classroom,” co-authored Unpacking the Loaded Teacher Matrix: Negotiating Space and Time Between University and Secondary English Classrooms which received the Richard A. Meade award from NCTE, and co-authored Narratives of Social Justice Teaching: How English Teachers Negotiate Theory and Practice Between Preservice and Inservice Spaces. Most recently, SJ helped draft the Beliefs Statement about Social Justice in English education and helped pass the NCTE Resolution on Social Justice in Literacy Education, which informed the newly-vetted CAEP Social Justice Standard 6. SJ co-authored Change Matters: Critical Essays on Moving Social Justice Research from Theory to Policy and Generation BULLIED 2.0: Prevention and intervention strategies for our most vulnerable students, which is hot off the presses. SJ is past co-chair of NCTE’s CEE (Conference on English Education) Committee for Social Justice, and is currently a CEE Executive Committee member, AERA Division K: Section 4 co-chair, is a consultant for the College Board providing best practices to secondary Pre- and Advanced Placement English teachers, and AP Literature and Composition table leader and AP Grant Mentor.
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