What’s Hot in Literacy

Publisher : Emerald Group Publishing

ISBN-13 : 1839098767

Page : 248 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 767 voters

This book showcases hot topics in literacy, providing teachers with practices for literacy improvement. The international scholars which comprise the author line-up for this edited collection describe the evidence-based research findings from their research in K-12 schools to demonstrate how literacy success is fostered across the globe.

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