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Steven Athanases interview  -  February 4, 2015, 3:00 p.m., C Voice of Literacy Webcast
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Guest:

[Dr. Steven Athanases]

Dr. Steven Athanases
Professor
University of California, Davis, School of Education


STEVEN Z. ATHANASES (PhD, Stanford University) is a professor in the School of Education at the University of California, Davis. He studies diversity and equity in the teaching and learning of English and in teacher education. Recent publications include “Diverse language profiles: Leveraging resources of potential bilingual teachers of color” (with L. C. Banes & J. W. Wong), Bilingual Research Journal (in press, 2015); and “Learning about English Learners’ Content Understandings through Teacher Inquiry: Focus on Writing” (with J. M. Wahleithner & L. H. Bennett), The New Educator. He has received awards for teaching at the high school and university levels, for distinguished research from the Association of Teacher Educators and the National Council of Teachers of English, and for Outstanding Reviewer from the American Educational Research Association.

Host:

[Dr. Sarah Vander Zanden]

Dr. Sarah Vander Zanden
Assistant Professor
Literacy Education Division, University of Northern Iowa


Dr. Sarah Vander Zanden is an assistant professor at the University of N. Iowa in the Literacy Education Division. Her work focuses on critical literacy practices, language use in instructional contexts, formative assessment, and multimodal discourse analysis.

Summary:

Voice of Literacy host, Dr. Sarah Vander Zanden, interviews Dr. Steven Athanases, Professor of Education, University of California-Davis School of Education.

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