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Revista Electrónica Leer, Escribir Y Descubrir Noviembre, 2023. Vol. 1, No. 13, International Literacy Association Nov 2023

Revista Electrónica Leer, Escribir Y Descubrir Noviembre, 2023. Vol. 1, No. 13, International Literacy Association

Revista Electrónica Leer, Escribir y Descubrir

Editorial

Alma Carrasco Altamirano y Verónica Macías Andere

La narración ficcional, un puente experiencial.

Deniss Guerra Vázquez

El texto y el cuerpo en la mediación lectora

Luis Alberto Veytia Ruiz

La búsqueda de una habitación propia en la escritura de la tesis de posgrado

Alejandra Navarrete Quezada, René Vázquez García, Nora Susana García Ruiz

Enseñar, aprender y escribir, tres prácticas de la docencia universitaria. Una experiencia de

escritura académica

Marielos Murillo Rojas

Diagnóstico de posibilidades para la adquisición de competencias en universitarios de

diseño gráfico a partir del uso de tecnología educacional

Mara Edna Serrano-Acuña, Jaesy Alhelí Corona Zapata,

Jesús …


Avaliação Da Intervenção Psicossocial Letramento Em Saúde Mental Na Adolescência Para Professores: Um Estudo Quase Experimental, Magliane Soares Trindade, Pontificia Universidade Catolica Do Rio Grande Do Sul Sep 2023

Avaliação Da Intervenção Psicossocial Letramento Em Saúde Mental Na Adolescência Para Professores: Um Estudo Quase Experimental, Magliane Soares Trindade, Pontificia Universidade Catolica Do Rio Grande Do Sul

AMNET XX Conferencia Internacional

Objetiva-se avaliar o impacto da intervenção no conhecimento dos professores sobre saúde mental e na qualidade de vida dos mesmos. A intervenção ocorreu em cinco módulos semanais, totalizando 16 horas. Os temas se referem à Saúde Mental, Determinantes Sociais da Saúde, Estigma, Fatores de proteção e risco na adolescência, transtornos mentais, formas de autocuidado, acolhimento e encaminhamento em situações de sofrimento mental. O delineamento é quantitativo, longitudinal e de natureza quase experimental, avaliado em três tempos, pré e pós teste em um intervalo de 4 meses. Na amostragem por conveniência os professores foram alocados em dois grupos: 25 no grupo …


Campamento Sanitario En Contexto De La Práctica Final Obligatoria Como Parte Del Currículo Innovado: El Caso De La Escuela Superior De Medicina, Universidad Nacional De Mar Del Plata., Marcela C. Dopchiz Dra. Sep 2023

Campamento Sanitario En Contexto De La Práctica Final Obligatoria Como Parte Del Currículo Innovado: El Caso De La Escuela Superior De Medicina, Universidad Nacional De Mar Del Plata., Marcela C. Dopchiz Dra.

AMNET XX Conferencia Internacional

No abstract provided.


Convocatoria 2022-2023 Jul 2023

Convocatoria 2022-2023

Revista Electrónica Leer, Escribir y Descubrir

No abstract provided.


Las Distintas Formas Del No Quiero, Maya Guilliem, Pablo Guilliem Jul 2023

Las Distintas Formas Del No Quiero, Maya Guilliem, Pablo Guilliem

Revista Electrónica Leer, Escribir y Descubrir

No abstract provided.


Libro Como Refugio. Un Homenaje A Beatriz Soto Martínez, Hannia Miroslava Soto Hernández Jul 2023

Libro Como Refugio. Un Homenaje A Beatriz Soto Martínez, Hannia Miroslava Soto Hernández

Revista Electrónica Leer, Escribir y Descubrir

No abstract provided.


Vivos En Su Corazón. Reseña De Visita A La Abuela. De Joaquín Bestard Vázquez, José Enrique Pérez Moreno Jul 2023

Vivos En Su Corazón. Reseña De Visita A La Abuela. De Joaquín Bestard Vázquez, José Enrique Pérez Moreno

Revista Electrónica Leer, Escribir y Descubrir

No abstract provided.


Álbum Familiar: Inserta Tus Fotografías Y Tu Infancia, Paulina Gabriela Arredondo Guzmán Jul 2023

Álbum Familiar: Inserta Tus Fotografías Y Tu Infancia, Paulina Gabriela Arredondo Guzmán

Revista Electrónica Leer, Escribir y Descubrir

No abstract provided.


Recuperando Los Lazos En Bs Ferrocarril: La Historia De Una Nueva Comunidad Lectora, Fernando Morales Ramírez Jul 2023

Recuperando Los Lazos En Bs Ferrocarril: La Historia De Una Nueva Comunidad Lectora, Fernando Morales Ramírez

Revista Electrónica Leer, Escribir y Descubrir

Resumen

El siguiente artículo describe la experiencia sobre el proceso de reconstrucción de una comunidad lectora en torno a la BS Ferrocarril, biblioteca para niños y jóvenes, localizada en la ciudad de Oaxaca de Juárez, México, tras el cierre a causa de la pandemia por COVID-19 en 2020. Para tal efecto, se realizaron entrevistas al personal de la biblioteca, a la par de consultar las estadísticas de la afluencia de usuarios. El equipo describe los retos que han tenido que afrontar para generar una nueva comunidad, mencionando la importancia que los talleres y eventos han tenido para tal efecto.

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Lecturas Andantes: Una Experiencia Con Comunidades Lectoras Desde El Espacio Cultural Reflexionario Mocambo, En Veracruz, Sara Elena Benavides De León, Daniel Domínguez Cuenca, Mayra Goxcon Chacha Jul 2023

Lecturas Andantes: Una Experiencia Con Comunidades Lectoras Desde El Espacio Cultural Reflexionario Mocambo, En Veracruz, Sara Elena Benavides De León, Daniel Domínguez Cuenca, Mayra Goxcon Chacha

Revista Electrónica Leer, Escribir y Descubrir

Resumen

El presente texto pretende compartir la ruta seguida en Lecturas Andantes, un programa de intervención social que convoca a personas interesadas en vivir una experiencia de lectura expandida en común, encuentro, conversación y convivencia, mediante círculos de lectura simultáneos, que se realizan en ciclos semestrales, convocados desde 2016 por el Reflexionario Mocambo, espacio cultural vivo, en complicidad con la biblioteca pública universitaria, en Boca del Río, Veracruz, México.

Abstract

This text aims to share the route followed in Lecturas Andantes, a social intervention program that brings together people interested in living an expanded reading experience in common, meeting, conversation …


La Escuela, La Vida Y Las Experiencias Lectoras, Oiane Uruchurtu Espinosa Jul 2023

La Escuela, La Vida Y Las Experiencias Lectoras, Oiane Uruchurtu Espinosa

Revista Electrónica Leer, Escribir y Descubrir

Resumen

Las siguientes líneas profundizan en los planteamientos expuestos en el Coloquio Abierto de Literatura Aplicada de la Universidad Iberoamericana Puebla, en abril de 2023, donde el hilo conductor lo establece el título. Se plantea la importancia de tomar conciencia del contexto social y personal de los lectores o potenciales lectores en el marco de la escuela, pues los espacios, los tiempos y las realidades que rodean a las personas, pueden facilitar o dificultar las estrategias y dinámicas de promoción de la lectura en el marco escolar. Asimismo, la conjugación de las historias personales, con las dinámicas generadas a través …


¿Cómo Se Lee Un Recetario? Testimonio Y Memoria, María Luisa Rentería Jul 2023

¿Cómo Se Lee Un Recetario? Testimonio Y Memoria, María Luisa Rentería

Revista Electrónica Leer, Escribir y Descubrir

Resumen

¿Qué motiva a una persona, una familia o una comunidad a sentarse alrededor de la mesa después de vivir en contextos de violencia extrema? Algunos recetarios han compartido que el hecho de comer, cocinar y compartir ese espacio que discurre alrededor de la alimentación los ha ayudado a crear lazos de comunicación y resistencia frente a las crisis y eventos traumáticos. En este artículo recurriremos a la literacidad para interpretar la lectura de algunos recetarios, y así entender de qué otras formas debiéramos leerlos e interpretarlos. Revisaremos algunos que han sido escritos con el objetivo de contar narrativas, historias …


Narrativas Para Entrar Y Salir Del Mundo, Gregorio Hernández Jul 2023

Narrativas Para Entrar Y Salir Del Mundo, Gregorio Hernández

Revista Electrónica Leer, Escribir y Descubrir

Resumen

En un mundo donde hasta lo más sólido se desvanece en el aire, unos buscan abrir los ojos para entrar y participar en el mundo, mientras otros intentan cerrarlos y poder salir. Leer libros y toda clase de textos es como pararnos ante espejos que nos devuelven imágenes diversas y contradictorias sobre nosotros mismos: lo que fuimos, lo que somos, y lo que podríamos o deberíamos ser y hacer en el mundo. ¿Leemos para saber, sentir y entrar al mundo?, ¿o leemos para no saber, no sentir y mejor salir del mundo? En esta charla exploramos algunas de las …


Editorial, Alma Carrasco Altamirano, Verónica Macías Andere Jul 2023

Editorial, Alma Carrasco Altamirano, Verónica Macías Andere

Revista Electrónica Leer, Escribir y Descubrir

No abstract provided.


Revista Electrónica Leer, Escribir Y Descubrir Junio 2023. Vol. 1, No. 12, International Literacy Association Jun 2023

Revista Electrónica Leer, Escribir Y Descubrir Junio 2023. Vol. 1, No. 12, International Literacy Association

Revista Electrónica Leer, Escribir y Descubrir

Editorial Alma Carrasco Altamirano y Verónica Macías Andere

Narrativas para entrar y salir del mundo Gregorio Hernández Zamora

¿Cómo se lee un recetario? Testimonio y memoria María Luisa Rentería

La Escuela, la Vida y las Experiencias Lectoras Oiane Uruchurtu Espinosa

Lecturas Andantes: Una experiencia con comunidades lectoras desde el Espacio Cultural Reflexionario Mocambo, en Veracruz Sara Elena Benavides De LeónDaniel Domínguez CuencaMayra Goxcon Chacha

Recuperando los lazos en BS Ferrocarril: La Historia de una Nueva Comunidad Lectora Fernando Morales Ramírez Reseñas

Álbum familiar: Inserta tus fotografías y tu infancia Paulina Gabriela Arredondo Guzmán

Vivos en …


The Apa Dragon, Anna Gonzalez May 2023

The Apa Dragon, Anna Gonzalez

Literacy Practice and Research

No abstract provided.


“I Want Them To See The Real Us Not Just What They What They Want Us To Be…”: Cultivating A ‘Literate Language Of The Soul’ For Radical Hope, Patriann Smith May 2023

“I Want Them To See The Real Us Not Just What They What They Want Us To Be…”: Cultivating A ‘Literate Language Of The Soul’ For Radical Hope, Patriann Smith

Literacy Practice and Research

In this conceptual essay, I argue that radical hope can be fostered through literacies of timeless learning based on student-created literature in literacy and English language arts classrooms as an endeavor of soul education, allowing teachers and youth to cultivate a literate language of the soul. Drawing on tenets of soul education and its interconnections with affect theory and Ubuntu as an African spirituality, I describe how literacy and English language arts teachers working with predominantly Black middle-school youth connected their histories, backgrounds, stories, and understandings while engaging with literature created by their students. I argue that exploring literacies …


K-12 Writing Teachers’ Careerspan Development: Participatory Pedagogical Content Knowledge Of Writing, Sarah J. Donovan, Jenn Sanders, Danielle L. Defauw, Joy Myers May 2023

K-12 Writing Teachers’ Careerspan Development: Participatory Pedagogical Content Knowledge Of Writing, Sarah J. Donovan, Jenn Sanders, Danielle L. Defauw, Joy Myers

Literacy Practice and Research

This narrative grounded theory study examines 19 US K–12 teachers’ development of pedagogical content knowledge of writing (PCKW) across their careers. Building on writing pedagogies and career cycle theories, we invited writing teachers to tell stories of critical experiences that contributed to their development. Findings indicate that teachers’ understanding of writing, being writers, and teaching writers were propelled by various critical experiences--both personal and professional. Our model shows that these experiences prompted teachers to engage in participatory PCKW to cultivate development. Implications are that writing teachers need communities of practice, mentors, and ongoing participatory engagements to sustain process pedagogies.


An Investigation Of Prekindergarten Teachers’ Read Aloud Choices, Rebecca M. Giles, Karen Morrison May 2023

An Investigation Of Prekindergarten Teachers’ Read Aloud Choices, Rebecca M. Giles, Karen Morrison

Literacy Practice and Research

The value of children’s literature as a tool for promoting literacy, improving content knowledge, and increasing print motivation is evident. Empirical evidence relating to the types of books early childhood teachers read aloud and the reasons for their choices, however, does not exist. The purpose of this descriptive study was to provide current, in-depth documentation of the read-aloud book choices of prekindergarten teachers (n=151) in a nationally recognized, state-wide program regarding the variables of genre, publication date, and diversity along with the teachers’ rationale for selecting the books. Responses to two open-ended questions inspired by Yopp and Yopp (2006) were …


Opening The Circle To Support Dyslexia Policy Success: Learning From The Voices Of Literacy Teacher Educators, Kathleen S. Howe, Teddy D. Roop May 2023

Opening The Circle To Support Dyslexia Policy Success: Learning From The Voices Of Literacy Teacher Educators, Kathleen S. Howe, Teddy D. Roop

Literacy Practice and Research

An authoritative discourse surrounds the current dyslexia legislation and science of reading movement that largely silenced literacy teacher educators’ voices and participation in this important policy initiative. This study was designed to include the voices of literacy teacher educators from four Midwestern states (Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska). The study was conducted across two phases. This article focuses on Phase II, which involved one-on-one interviews with participants. The interview responses were qualitatively analyzed using a priori and inductive analysis. Three major themes emerged that inform how literacy teacher educators negotiated sense-making of a historically confusing construct (dyslexia) and related policy initiative.


A Comprehensive Literacy Approach: Integrating The Science And Art Of Reading For Adolescents, Robert A. Griffin May 2023

A Comprehensive Literacy Approach: Integrating The Science And Art Of Reading For Adolescents, Robert A. Griffin

Literacy Practice and Research

This paper explores the effectiveness of a comprehensive approach to literacy instruction that integrates both the science and art of reading for adolescents. Drawing on a range of research and educational practices, this paper emphasizes the importance of merging explicit, structured instruction in the foundations of reading with student choice, engagement, and collaborative learning opportunities. Scaffolding comprehension and vocabulary development, integrating technology and multimodal literacy, and prioritizing professional development and teacher preparation programs are also discussed. A case study of a middle school language arts teacher and her student illustrates the practical implications of a comprehensive approach to literacy instruction. …


A Pluriversal Model For Equity In Family And Youth Stem Identity Research Praxis, Remy Dou, Heidi Cian Apr 2023

A Pluriversal Model For Equity In Family And Youth Stem Identity Research Praxis, Remy Dou, Heidi Cian

Department of Teaching and Learning

In this paper presentation, we present how we (re)consider and take into account the consequentiality of both our own (as researchers) and our participants’ onto-epistemological beliefs in relation to STEM and STEM contexts, particularly attending to the relationship between these beliefs and identity development through an ethico-political praxis centered on notions of equity as a pluriverse.


Using Familial Stem Identity To Understand Identity Development Through Social Units, Remy Dou, Heidi Cian Apr 2023

Using Familial Stem Identity To Understand Identity Development Through Social Units, Remy Dou, Heidi Cian

Department of Teaching and Learning

Using case study data, we illustrate the need for a more comprehensive model of STEM identity development that accounts for the STEM affiliation of youths, their caregivers, and siblings–not as a collection of individuals but as a coherent and functional unit. We introduce the concept of familial STEM identity as a framework on which to expand STEM identity development theory, particularly as it relates to learners whose social identities are tightly embedded in family relationships, values, and culture. We emphasize the value of familial STEM identity in the context of diversification of STEM fields and formal and informal STEM programming …


Teachers’ Beliefs Towards Learners’ Heritage Languages Inside Schools In A Multilingual Setting, Ivian Boruchowski Phd Mar 2023

Teachers’ Beliefs Towards Learners’ Heritage Languages Inside Schools In A Multilingual Setting, Ivian Boruchowski Phd

FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations

This study adds to the conversation about the increasing language diversity in U.S. schools (Paris & Alim, 2014). In the South Florida district discussed here, ELLs represent 16.9% of the total student enrollment (Miami Dade, 2020), and there is a popular narrative about the value of bilingualism in this community. Despite that, Valencia and Lynch (2019), Mackinney (2016), and Lanier (2014) indicated: even though the bilingual political and economic value in South Florida is noticeable, HLs are relegated to a secondary place and with no prestige inside local school settings.

As Garcia and Wei (2014) observed: "language practices cannot be …


Ungifted: Teacher Candidates’ Understanding Of Giftedness Through Literature Circles, Sharryn Larsen Walker, Wendie Lappin Castillo Feb 2023

Ungifted: Teacher Candidates’ Understanding Of Giftedness Through Literature Circles, Sharryn Larsen Walker, Wendie Lappin Castillo

Literacy Practice and Research

The purpose of this qualitative study was to analyze the reflective comments made by teacher candidates (TCs) after they participated in weekly discussions about the tween novel Ungifted by Korman (2012). The TCs attended at a regional Pacific Northwest university, majoring or minoring in various educational fields. After reading and discussing the topic of giftedness as it related to their engagement with the novel, the TCs wrote a reflective essay about their new understandings of teaching the gifted. Using the constant-comparative method, the essays from three sections of the course over a three-year period were read and reread for identifiable …


Benefits Of Supplemental Field Experiences: Reviewing Five Years Of Program Data, Megan Adams, Sanjuana C. Rodriguez Feb 2023

Benefits Of Supplemental Field Experiences: Reviewing Five Years Of Program Data, Megan Adams, Sanjuana C. Rodriguez

Literacy Practice and Research

This study includes five years of data from a summer literacy program. The program provides a supplemental field experience for teacher candidates in a College of Education. In that experience, candidates work with children from economically marginalized populations who are performing below grade level in reading. Findings indicate supplemental field experiences are critical in developing efficacy in the candidates and supporting their development as they become professionals with varied literacy teaching strategies. Finally, the findings indicate teacher candidates need supplemental field experiences to understand the demands of the profession and to build teaching stamina.


Literacy Stars In The Making: Reading & Writing Fluency Idol, Kristine Calo, Ellen Koitz, Jennifer Dinterman, Cassidy O'Neill Feb 2023

Literacy Stars In The Making: Reading & Writing Fluency Idol, Kristine Calo, Ellen Koitz, Jennifer Dinterman, Cassidy O'Neill

Literacy Practice and Research

This article describes an intervention project with 20 K-5 students who were receiving remedial reading support during a summer reading clinic. Reading & Writing Fluency Idol capitalizes on the power of poetry, scaffolding, and explicit feedback to motivate and engage students while building a wide range of literacy skills. The K-5 students read mentor poems and texts using a variety of evidence-based fluency practices, and then used the texts as models for their own writing. The article explains how the authors implemented the intervention culminating in a Fluency Idol event to showcase and celebrate the children as readers and writers.


Arrows Of Resilience: Teaching The Artemis Archetype In Children’S Literature, Shannon Tovey Feb 2023

Arrows Of Resilience: Teaching The Artemis Archetype In Children’S Literature, Shannon Tovey

Literacy Practice and Research

Story is a powerful vehicle for teaching resilience skills. Strong female archetypes in stories demonstrate qualities of resilience that offer models of how to face adversity, survive it, and thrive. Drawing on psychoanalytic, resiliency, reader response, and Storyworld Possible Selves theories, this work explores the relationship between strong female characters in children’s literature and resilience skills, and explains ways in which analyzing, discussing, and writing about them can help to build emotional competencies that will last a lifetime.


Escribir Con La Esperanza Entre Los Dientes, Alejandra Navarrete Quezada Dec 2022

Escribir Con La Esperanza Entre Los Dientes, Alejandra Navarrete Quezada

Revista Electrónica Leer, Escribir y Descubrir

Resumen

Escribir puede considerarse una actividad intelectual, pero también es un ejercicio de democracia al enunciar las voces de las poblaciones que históricamente no han tenido acceso al ejercicio a consecuencia de no estar alfabetizadas. Este ensayo explora la escritura desde una perspectiva autobiográfica a la luz de la decolonización, como una posibilidad de re-pensarse en el mundo reconociendo las condiciones socio-históricas de origen y posibilitando, al mismo tiempo, una manera de reivindicar dicha historia.

Abstract

Writing can be considered an intellectual activity, but it is also an exercise in democracy by enunciating the voices of populations that historically have …


Aportes Al Desarrollo De La Cultura Escrita En República Dominicana: Datos, Perspectivas Y Desafíos, Liliana Montenegro-De Olloqui Dec 2022

Aportes Al Desarrollo De La Cultura Escrita En República Dominicana: Datos, Perspectivas Y Desafíos, Liliana Montenegro-De Olloqui

Revista Electrónica Leer, Escribir y Descubrir

Resumen

Este artículo se centra en la reflexión sobre el estado de la situación respecto a la cultura escrita en República Dominicana y los programas que se han desarrollado desde la Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra (PUCMM) y la Asociación Dominicana de Lectura (ADOLEC), como respuesta a los desafíos que la realidad plantea. Entre estos programas describiremos la formación de docentes en servicio, las bibliotecas de aula, los concursos de cuentos infantiles, las ferias y los maratones de lectura y sus efectos en los estudiantes y en la comunidad. Igualmente, presentaremos los retos que quedan pendientes en pro de …