Editorial 2012

Carol Doyle-Jones, Lena Glaés Coutts


The 2012 issue of the Journal of Classroom Research in Literacy marks our fifth year of publication. Together, our authors and editorial board continue to strive to present classroom-based research in combination with current educational concerns. In order to meet the needs and potential of the students in their classrooms, many educators reflect on the topic of diversity and how to differentiate teaching in their classrooms. Teachers search for new ways to differentiate instruction to meet the wide variety of learning needs they meet every day when they step into their classrooms. This search for excellence and commitment to student learning stands out as the common thread in all the articles featured in our 2012 issue.


literacy, diversity, differentiated learning

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