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Developing qualitative research questions: a reflective process
The reflective and interrogative processes required for developing effective qualitative research questions can give shape and direction to a study in ways that are often underestimated. GoodExpand
What is Effective Literature Instruction? a Study of Experienced High School English Teachers in Differing Grade- and Ability-Level Classes
This study examined how experienced high school English teachers defined and gauged effective literature instruction as well as how their perspectives affected their students' experiences withExpand
Negotiating Different Conceptions about Reading and Teaching Literature in a Preservice Literature Class.
This research focuses on a university preservice course on teaching secondary school literature as the students and their professor negotiated different ideas about teaching and reading literature.Expand
Readers Becoming Teachers of Literature
This naturalistic case study focuses on 2 preservice students in a secondary language arts program. I wanted to know how their histories as readers and students of literature intersected with theirExpand
''Winks upon winks'': Multiple lenses on settings in qualitative educational research
Drawing on diverse theoretical perspectives and research, this paper focuses on the significance of settings in qualitative research as well as on associated problems with representations of settingsExpand