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The Journal of Language & Literacy Education (JoLLE) is a peer-reviewed, open access journal housed in the Department of Language & Literacy Education at the University of Georgia.

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The Journal of Language & Literacy Education (JoLLE) is a peer-reviewed, open access journal housed in the Department of Language & Literacy Education at the University of Georgia.

    Playful Images and Truthful Words_Eighth-Graders Respond to Shaun Tan’s Stick Figures

    Playful Images and Truthful Words_Eighth-Graders Respond to Shaun Tan’s Stick Figures

    Communications Editor Maverick Y. Zhang interviews Dr. Stephanie F. Reid

    • 15 min
    Seeing and Nurturing Young Children’s Reading Identities

    Seeing and Nurturing Young Children’s Reading Identities

    Principle Editor Alexandra Lampp Berglund interviews Dr. Christopher Wagner

    • 18 min
    Placemaking and the Child Reader_Toward a Place-Conscious Framework for Reader Response Research and Pedagogy

    Placemaking and the Child Reader_Toward a Place-Conscious Framework for Reader Response Research and Pedagogy

    Principle Editor Alexandra Lampp Berglund interviews Dr. Sarah Fischer

    • 18 min
    “How do I teach with hope?”_ Enacting Poetry Reading and Writing as a Form of Critical Hope in Classroom Spaces

    “How do I teach with hope?”_ Enacting Poetry Reading and Writing as a Form of Critical Hope in Classroom Spaces

    Conference Co-Chair Stacia L. Long interviews Alecia Beymer, Mary L. Neville, Renee Wilmot, and Dr. Vaughn W.M. Watson

    • 17 min
    Identifying Promising Literacy Practices for Black Males in P-12 Classrooms_An Integrative Review

    Identifying Promising Literacy Practices for Black Males in P-12 Classrooms_An Integrative Review

    Managing Editor Merida Lang interviews Dr. Terry Husband

    • 25 min
    Black Female Teachers are our School Parents_ Academic Othermothering Depicted in Multicultural Young Adult Texts

    Black Female Teachers are our School Parents_ Academic Othermothering Depicted in Multicultural Young Adult Texts

    Principle Editor Alexandra Lampp Berglund interviews Dr. Delicia Greene

    • 16 min

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