[picture]Marjorie Siegel Collection
Marjorie Siegel is Associate Professor in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching at Teachers College, Columbia University where she teaches courses on literacy education and research to preservice and inservice teachers as well as doctoral students. She began her career as a Title I reading teacher in Madison, Wisconsin and, after receiving an Ed.D. in reading education from Indiana University in 1984, taught at the University of Utah and the University of Rochester. Her research has focused on transmediation (using multiple symbol systems to interpret and construct texts), and reading/literacy in inquiry-oriented mathematics classrooms. Currently, she is exploring the uses of digital technologies in preservice literacy education. Her work has been published numerous journals, including Language Arts, Reading Research Quarterly, Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, and the Canadian Journal of Education, as well as in various edited volumes, including the Handbook of Reading Research (volume 3). She is the author (with Raffaella Borasi) of Reading Counts: Expanding the Role of Reading in Mathematics Classrooms (2000) published by Teachers College Press.
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[thumbnail] C&T 5000.002 Theory and Inquiry
by M. Siegel (09/30/2008)
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[thumbnail] Reading counts : expanding the role of reading in mathematics classrooms
by R. Borasi & M. Siegel (2000)
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[thumbnail] Critical thinking : a semiotic perspective
by M. Siegel & R. Carey (1989)
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[thumbnail] Reading as signification
by M. Siegel (1991)
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