Conference Presentations and Publications
Albro, J. (2019). Connecting Communities and Curriculum: Steps to bringing family literacy practices into the classroom, Literacy Today, March/April: 8-9. http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/3f71fba8#/3f71fba8/10
Turner, J. D., and Albro, J. (2018) Linking Students In: Connecting Literacy Instructional Practices to Students’ Career Interests, National Council of Teachers of English, Research Roundtable: Community and Advocacy Research, Houston, Texas, November 16. Urbana, IL: NCTE.
Albro, J., Landa, M., Meishar, M., & Levi, D. (2018). Elementary Preservice Teachers’ Visions for Using Diverse Family Literacy Practices to Guide Instruction, American Education Research Association, New York, New York, April 14. Washington, DC: AERA.
Albro, J.(2018). Beyond Benchmarks: Elementary Education Preservice Teachers’ Visions for Using Diverse Family Literacy Practices to Guide Classroom Reading Instruction. Published Dissertation, ProQuest. University of Maryland, College Park. Publication Number: 10639813.
Albro, J., (2018). Preparing Teachers to Envision Diverse Family Literacy Practices as Key Assets for Instruction, National Council of Teachers of English Assembly of Research Midwinter Conference, Towson, Maryland, March 16-18: NCTEAR.
Landa, M., Levi, D., Meishar, M., & Albro, J. (2017). Teacher Candidates' Immersion in Immigrant Communities in Israel and the United States: A Comparative Study, American Education Research Association, San Antonio, Texas, April 30. Washington, DC: AERA.
*Turner, J. D., and Albro, J. (2017) When I grow up: assessing American children's perspectives on college and career readiness through drawings. Literacy, 51: 94–103. doi: 10.1111/lit.12113
*Nominated for 2018 United Kingdom Literacy Association (UKLA)/Wiley Award