A Long Arc Bending Toward Equity: Tracing Almost 20 Years of ELA Teaching With Technology
Katie Rybakova, Thomas College, United States ; Mary Rice, University of New Mexico, United States ; Clarice Moran, Kennesaw State University, United States ; Lauren Zucker, Northern Highlands Regional High School, United States ; Maureen McDermott, NSU-Fischler College of Education, United States ; Ewa McGrail, Stephanie Loomis, Georgia State University, United States ; Amy Piotrowski, Utah State University, United States ; Merideth Garcia, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, United States ; Hannah R. Gerber, Sam Houston State University, United States ; Rick Marlatt, NMSU, United States ; Thor Gibbons, SUNY Oneonta, United States
CITE Journal Volume 19, Number 4, ISSN 1528-5804 Publisher: Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education, Waynesville, NC USA
Almost 20 years ago, Pope and Golub (2000) published their seminal work on teaching with technology in English language arts (ELA) classrooms in Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education Journal (CITE Journal). The purpose of this systematic literature review was to learn how subsequent research about ELA teaching with technology has taken up (or not) Pope and Golub’s ideas in CITE Journal since their initial publication. In addition, the authors were concerned with how articles about teaching and technology use have incorporated thinking about issues of access and equity to digital and online literacies in relationship to Pope and Golub’s principles. Findings of the review are presented and implications are offered for supporting teachers and educational researchers as they enact and study ELA teaching with technology to promote socially just classrooms.
Rybakova, K., Rice, M., Moran, C., Zucker, L., McDermott, M., McGrail, E., Loomis, S., Piotrowski, A., Garcia, M., R. Gerber, H., Marlatt, R. & Gibbons, T. (2019). A Long Arc Bending Toward Equity: Tracing Almost 20 Years of ELA Teaching With Technology. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 19(4), 549-604. Waynesville, NC USA: Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education.
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