Ruth Shagoury publishes three three articles about teaching reading and language arts
August 30, 2010
Language arts professor Ruth Shagoury has recently published three articles about teaching reading and language arts, and about the challenges faced by beginning teachers: “Making Reading Meaningful” (Educational Leadership, March 2010); “What Do New Teachers Need?: Beginning Teachers Working in Urban Under-Performing Schools,” co-authored with Dr. Jessica Early (Educational Leadership, online edition, May 2010); “Learning from the Lived Experiences of New Language Arts Teachers Working in Diverse Urban Schools, ” co-authored with Dr. Jessica Early (Teaching and Teacher Education, May 2010). Ruth Shagoury is the Mary Stuart Rogers Professor of Education at Lewis & Clark’s Graduate School of Education and Counseling.