WOW Stories: Volume V, Issue 2
Global Literacy Communities: Pursuing Critical Questions Using Global Literature
WOW Stories: Connections from the Classroom is a regular on-line publication of WOW containing vignettes written by classroom educators about children’s experiences reading and responding to literature in the classroom setting.
Table of Contents
Introduction and Editors’ Note
Tracy Smiles, Western Oregon University, and Mary Fahrenbruck, New Mexico State University
Using Literature to (re) Consider Politicized Issues
Desiree Cueto, Western Washington University
Freedom and Justice for All: Exploring Black Lives Matter and the Significance of Civil Disobedience
Desiree Cueto, Western Washington University, and Shannon Clowes, Alain Locke Charter School
Seeing Me: Confronting Real and Symbolic Borders through Stories
Desiree Cueto, Western Washington University, and Julia Hillman, Blenman Elementary School
“I’m Making Changes in My Classroom by Welcoming the World”: An Interview with Julia Hillman
Junko Sakoi, Tucson Unified School District
Samantha Verini, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
WOW Stories, Volume V, Issue 2 by Worlds of Words is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Based on a work at https://wowlit.org/on-line-publications/stories/v5-i2.
WOW stories: connections from the classroom