Sharon H. Ulanoff is a Professor of Bilingual/Multicultural and Literacy Education at California State University, Los Angeles where she teaches courses on language acquisition, cultural diversity and literacy education.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Where have All the Books Gone? The Evolution of the Spanish Print Environment in One Los Angeles Community

This paper examines the print environment of one Los Angeles community. It explores access to Spanish reading materials the implications for the second language literacy.

Article: Print

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Article: Electronic

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What Do Beginning Reading Specialists Know and Why Do They Think They Know It? The Complexity of Teacher Judgment

This paper investigates how reading specialist candidates at one large, urban public university use knowledge and skills to make instructional decisions based on their beliefs, student needs, and reading research.

Article: Print

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Published online: June 9, 2015

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A Narrative Inquiry into Three Latina Educators’ Trajectories of Identity Development

This narrative study explores the stories of three Latina educators to describe the shifting trajectories of their professional identities within the context of classroom practice.

Article: Print

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Published online: September 28, 2016

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