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Developing Student Critical Consciousness: Twitter as a Tool to Apply Critical Literacy in the English Classroom

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Examining the Role of Poverty in Teacher Grading Decisions

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Creating Meaningful Grades

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Teacher Grading Decisions: Influences, Rationale, and Practices

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A Critical Pedagogy Perspective of the Impact of School Poverty Level on the Teacher Grading Decision-making Process

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Teacher Development in the English Classroom: Exploring the Affordances of Twitter to Address the Action Element of Critical Literacy

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Native Student Technology in the Classroom: Exploring the Affordances of Twitter in Applying Critical Literacy to the English Curriculum

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