Publications:
Helping Second Language Learners Construct Meaning through Hand Gestures

This study suggests that hand gestures are an effective pedagogical means which can help second language learners comprehend stories better in the classroom environment.

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A Middle-voiced Understanding of Diversity

A middle-voiced approach seeks to understand diversity as a process involving the other and us by asking the inclusive question, “Where are we?” rather than the exclusive “Who are they?”

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Gestures Can Enhance the Narrative Ability of Children with Learning Disabilities

This study suggests that when teachers used a set of hand gestures deliberately while reading a story, children with learning difficulties improved their story comprehension and narration.

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Adult Promotion of Children’s Narratives through Participatory Prompts: Educational Implications

This study examines adults’ use of participatory prompts during everyday conversations with children as an effective way of promoting children’s narrative skills. Implications for educators and parents are discussed.

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Published online: April 15, 2016

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