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“Show Some Love”: Youth and Teaching Artists Enacting Literary Presence and Musical Presence in an After-School Literacy-and-Songwriting Class


by Juliet Hess, Vaughn W. M. Watson & Matthew R. Deroo - 2019


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 121 Number 5, 2019, p. 1-44
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22662, Date Accessed: 10/20/2019 10:58:48 PM
 
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  • Juliet Hess
    Michigan State University
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    JULIET HESS is an assistant professor of music education at Michigan State University, where she teaches secondary general methods in music education, principles in music education, and philosophy and sociology of music education. She received her Ph.D. in Sociology of Education from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. Juliet previously taught elementary and middle-school vocal, instrumental, and “world” music at a public school in the Greater Toronto Area. Her research focus includes anti-oppression education, activism in music and music education, music education for social justice, and the question of ethics in world-music study. She has published research in music education journals that include The Philosophy of Music Education Review, Music Education Research, and The Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education.
  • Vaughn Watson
    Michigan State University
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    VAUGHN W. M. WATSON is an assistant professor of English education in the Department of Teacher Education at Michigan State University. His research focuses on the interplay of literacy and identities in the lived experiences of Black youth, youth of color, and immigrant youth. Vaughn’s research examines social and cultural contexts of youth’s practices within and beyond school, including contexts of English education, civic learning and action, and qualitative participatory-research methodologies. He has published research findings in journals including the American Educational Research Journal; Review of Research in Education; International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education; Urban Education; and Literacy. Vaughn received his Ed.D. from the Department of Curriculum & Teaching, Teachers College, Columbia University. He taught high school English for 12 years in New York City.
  • Matthew Deroo
    Michigan State University
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    MATTHEW R. DEROO is Assistant Professor of Digital Literacies for Multilingual Students at the University of Miami. His research interests include the social and cultural contexts of transnational immigrant youth, critical, digital media literacies, and citizenship, civic engagement, and belonging. Matt is a former high school English teacher. Prior to receiving his PhD, he was as an English language teacher and teacher educator in China.
 
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