Mark W. Conley, is Professor of Teacher Education and coordinator of the undergraduate and graduate literacy programs at Michigan State University, USA. His research focuses on literacy assessment, content-area literacy, and literacy policy. Joseph R. Freidhoff, MA, is a doctoral candidate in the Educational Psychology and Educational Technologies program at Michigan State University, USA. His areas of research include new literacy practices of preservice teachers, teacher collaboration and community, and teaching and learning in online environments. Michael B. Sherry, MA, is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Teacher Education at Michigan State University, USA. A former middle and high school literature and drama teacher, he studies preservice English Language Arts teachers' decision-making processes. Steven Forbes Tuckey, MA, is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Teacher Education at Michigan State University, USA, and has extensive experience in secondary and postsecondary classrooms. His research focuses on science and mathematics curriculum design, responsive pedagogy, technology and writing in the sciences, and history and philosophy of science and mathematics.
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