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Urban Teaching in America: Theory, Research, and Practice in K-12 Classrooms Paperback – September 16, 2011

ISBN-13: 978-1412980609 ISBN-10: 1412980607

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“I LOVE the integration of theory and practice!” (Brigid Beaubien)

“It has a strong research focus while it simultaneously speaks to the heart and beliefs of preservice and inservice teachers. This ability to simultaneously engage readers intellectually and emotionally sets this text apart from others.” (Amanda Smith)

“…a very strong book with an amazing ability to pull together vast amounts of information in concise and precise ways and make it readable and practical for preservice teachers.” (Janna Jackson-Kellinger)

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Andrea J. Stairs is Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator of Literacy Education at the University of Southern Maine in Gorham, Maine. A former middle and high school English teacher and literacy coach, she earned her Ph.D. in Education specializing in Curriculum and Instruction from Boston College. Her research interests include urban teacher learning, teacher education in professional development schools, and teacher research in literacy. She is co-editor, with Kelly A. Donnell, of Research on Urban Teacher Learning: Examining Contextual Factors Over Time (2010).

Kelly A. Donnell is Associate Professor of Education at Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island. A former elementary school teacher, she earned her Ph.D. in Education specializing in Curriculum and Instruction from Boston College. Her research interests include the process of learning to teach in urban settings, social justice in teacher education, practitioner inquiry, and induction for beginning teachers. She is co-editor, with Andrea J. Stairs, of Research on Urban Teacher Learning: Examining Contextual Factors Over Time (2010).

Alyssa Hadley Dunn recently completed her Ph.D. in Educational Studies at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. A former high school English teacher, she specializes in urban and multicultural teacher education. Her current research examines the recruitment, preparation, and pedagogy of international teachers for U.S. urban schools.

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