Issues in Teacher Education
“Academic language” is a term that is thrown around frequently in educational circles, particularly in recent years. Whether in pre-service teacher education with candidates and cooperating teachers preparing for the widely required Teacher Performance Assessment (edTPA; Stanford Center for Assessment, Learning, and Equity, 2016), or in-service teachers grappling with the implementation of the Common Core Standards (National Governors Association, 2010), academic language has become de rigueur a jargon term required for a number of current classroom, school, and university initiatives. But what is academic language?
Heineke, Amy J. and Neugebauer, Sabina Rak. The Complexity of Language and Learning: Deconstructing Teachers' Conceptions of Academic Language. Issues in Teacher Education, 27, 3: 73-89, 2018. Retrieved from Loyola eCommons, School of Education: Faculty Publications and Other Works,
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