Ewa McGrail
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Teachers, technology, and change: English teachers’ perspectives
E McGrail
Journal of Technology and teacher education 13 (1), 5-24, 2005
The influence of classroom blogging on elementary student writing
E McGrail, A Davis
Journal of Research in Childhood Education 25 (4), 415-437, 2011
Extending the conversation: New technologies, new literacies, and English education
J Swenson, CA Young, E McGrail, R Rozema, P Whitin
English Education 38 (4), 351-369, 2006
Beliefs about technology and the preparation of English teachers: Beginning the conversation
J Swenson, R Rozema, CA Young, E McGrail, P Whitin
Contemporary issues in technology and teacher education 5 (3), 210-236, 2005
“It's a Double-Edged Sword, this Technology Business”: Secondary English Teachers’ Perspectives on a Schoolwide Laptop Technology Initiative
E McGrail
Teachers College Record 108 (6), 1055-1079, 2006
Laptop technology and pedagogy in the English language arts classroom
E McGrail
Journal of Technology and Teacher Education 15 (1), 59-85, 2007
“Proof‐revising” with podcasting: Keeping readers in mind as students listen to and rethink their writing
A Davis, E McGrail
The Reading Teacher 62 (6), 522-529, 2009
Mentoring in literacy education: A commentary from graduate students, untenured professors, and tenured professors
M Cobb, DL Fox, JE Many, MW Matthews, E McGrail, G Tinker Sachs, ...
Mentoring & Tutoring 14 (4), 371-387, 2006
Exploring children's literature with authentic representations of disability
A Rieger, E McGrail
Kappa Delta Pi Record 51 (1), 18-23, 2015
Exploring web-based university policy statements on plagiarism by research-intensive higher education institutions
E McGrail, JP McGrail
Journal of Academic Ethics 13, 167-196, 2015
Technology use in middle-grades teacher preparation programs
E McGrail, G Tinker Sachs, J Many, C Myrick, S Sackor
Action in Teacher Education 33 (1), 63-80, 2011
K-12 multimodal assessment and interactive audiences: An exploratory analysis of existing frameworks
E McGrail, N Behizadeh
Assessing Writing 31, 24-38, 2017
Increasing disability awareness through comics literature
E McGrail, A Rieger
Electronic Journal for Inclusive Education 3 (1), 5, 2013
Knotty articulations: Professors and preservice teachers on teaching literacy in urban schools
M Zoss, T Holbrook, E McGrail, P Albers
English Education 47 (1), 38-79, 2014
A long arc bending toward equity: tracing almost 20 years of ELA teaching with technology
K Rybakova, M Rice, C Moran, L Zucker, M McDermott, E McGrail, ...
Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education 19 (4), 549-604, 2019
Pre-service teachers’ perspectives on how the use of TOON comic books during guided reading influenced learning by struggling readers
E McGrail, A Rieger, GM Doepker, S McGeorge
Understanding English language learners’ needs and the language acquisition process: Two teacher educators’ perspectives
A Rieger, E McGrail
Increasing understanding and social acceptance of individuals with disabilities through exploration of comics literature
E McGrail, A Rieger
Childhood Education 92 (1), 36-49, 2016
Humor in literature about children with disability: What are we seeing in literature?
E McGrail, A Rieger
The Educational Forum 78 (3), 291-304, 2014
Copying right and copying wrong with Web 2.0 tools in the teacher education and communications classrooms
E McGrail, JP McGrail
Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education 10 (3), 257-274, 2010
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