Tisha Lewis Ellison
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Analyzing epistemological considerations related to diversity: An integrative critical literature review of family literacy scholarship
C Compton‐Lilly, R Rogers, TY Lewis
Reading Research Quarterly 47 (1), 33-60, 2012
Digital participatory pedagogy: Digital participation as a method for technology integration in curriculum
CMM Dooley, T Lewis Ellison, MM Welch, M Allen, D Bauer
Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education 32 (2), 52-62, 2016
" Minecraft," Teachers, Parents, and Learning: What They Need to Know and Understand.
TL Ellison, JN Evans
School Community Journal 26 (2), 25-43, 2016
Digital participation, agency, and choice: An African American youth's digital storytelling about Minecraft
T Lewis Ellison
Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy 61 (1), 25-35, 2017
Counter-storytelling vs. deficit thinking around African American children and families, digital literacies, race, and the digital divide
TL Ellison, M Solomon
Research in the Teaching of English 53 (3), 223-244, 2019
“We txt 2 sty cnnectd”: An African American mother and son communicate: Digital literacies, meaning-making, and activity theory systems
TY Lewis
Journal of Education 193 (2), 1-13, 2013
The bad bitch Barbie Craze and Beyoncé African American Women’s bodies as commodities in Hip-Hop culture, images, and media
C LaVoulle, T Lewis Ellison
Taboo: The Journal of Culture and Education 16 (2), 7, 2017
Resisting and redirecting: Agentive practices within an African American parent–child dyad during digital storytelling
T Lewis Ellison, H Wang
Journal of Literacy Research 50 (1), 52-73, 2018
The matter of parents’ stories: Urban African American mothers’ counter-stories about the common core state standards and quality teaching
T Lewis Ellison
Urban Education 54 (10), 1431-1461, 2019
Teaching in a culture of love: An open dialogue about African American student learning.
J Bean-Folkes, TL Ellison
School Community Journal 28 (2), 213-228, 2018
Digital ontologies of self: Two African American adolescents co-construct and negotiate identities through The Sims 2.
TL Ellison
Digital Culture & Education 6 (4), 2014
Examining African American girls’ literate intersectional identities through journal entries and discussions about STEM
T Lewis Ellison, B Robinson, T Qiu
Written Communication 37 (1), 3-40, 2020
Digital play as purposeful productive literacies in African American boys
T Lewis Ellison, M Solomon
The Reading Teacher 71 (4), 495-500, 2018
Motherboards, microphones and metaphors: Re-examining new literacies and Black feminist thought through technologies of self
TL Ellison, DE Kirkland
E-Learning and Digital Media 11 (4), 390-405, 2014
Extended–-and extending–-literacies
EB Moje, TL Ellison
Journal of Education 196 (3), 27-34, 2016
Affinity spaces, apprenticeships, and agency: Exploring blogging engagements in family spaces
TY Lewis
Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy 58 (1), 71-81, 2014
Family digital literacies: A case of awareness, agency, and apprenticeship of one African American family
TY Lewis
60th literacy research association yearbook, 432-446, 2011
Integrating and humanizing knowledgeable agents of the digital and Black feminist thought in digital literacy research
TL Ellison
Handbook of writing, literacies, and education in digital cultures, 88-98, 2017
Artifacts as stories: Understanding families, digital literacies, and storied lives
T Lewis Ellison
Journal of adolescent & adult literacy 59 (5), 511-513, 2016
Intergenerational meaning-making between a mother and son in digital spaces
TY Lewis
Bedtime stories and book reports: Connecting parent involvement and family …, 2010
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