2010 - Fellow of the American Educational Research Association
Nancy H. Hornberger spends much of her time researching Pedagogy, Language planning, Literacy, Bilingual education and Linguistics. Her Multicultural education, Cultural pluralism and Heritage language study, which is part of a larger body of work in Pedagogy, is frequently linked to Perspective, bridging the gap between disciplines. The Language planning study combines topics in areas such as Language education, Media studies, Language revitalization, Teacher education and Power structure.
Her study in Literacy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Neuroscience of multilingualism, Anthropology, Power, Theoretical linguistics and Contrastive linguistics. Her Bilingual education study combines topics in areas such as Context, School of thought, Minority language, Multilingualism and Language policy. Her Linguistics research integrates issues from Ethnography and Education policy.
Her primary areas of investigation include Pedagogy, Linguistics, Bilingual education, Language planning and Language education. Nancy H. Hornberger interconnects Mathematics education, Indigenous and First language in the investigation of issues within Pedagogy. Her Bilingual education research includes themes of Context, Multicultural education, Neuroscience of multilingualism and Ethnography.
The concepts of her Language planning study are interwoven with issues in Language shift, Language policy, Language revitalization and Humanities. Her Language education research includes elements of Sociolinguistics and Language assessment. Her research in Sociolinguistics tackles topics such as Anthropology which are related to areas like Media studies.
Pedagogy, Ethnography, Bilingual education, Language policy and Linguistics are her primary areas of study. Her Literacy and Multilingualism study in the realm of Pedagogy connects with subjects such as Space and place. Her Bilingual education research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sociolinguistics, Indigenous language and Language revitalization.
In her research on the topic of Language policy, Epistemology is strongly related with Language planning. Her study in the field of Language assessment, Foreign language and Heritage language is also linked to topics like Orthographic projection. Her work in Language assessment covers topics such as Language education which are related to areas like Reflexivity.
Nancy H. Hornberger mainly focuses on Language policy, Language planning, Linguistics, Ethnography and Bilingual education. Her Language policy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Political economy, American political science, Political communication and Education policy. Her Language planning study is focused on Pedagogy in general.
Her research integrates issues of Transformative learning, Gender studies, Immigration policy and Ideology in her study of Ethnography. She has researched Bilingual education in several fields, including Anthropology, Language revitalization, Teacher education, Multicultural education and Professional development. Her research in Foreign language intersects with topics in Comprehension approach and Sociology of language.
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Unpeeling the Onion: Language Planning and Policy and the ELT Professional
Thomas K. Ricento;Nancy H. Hornberger.
TESOL Quarterly (1996)
Slicing the Onion Ethnographically: Layers and Spaces in Multilingual Language Education Policy and Practice
Nancy H. Hornberger;David Cassels Johnson.
TESOL Quarterly (2007)
Encyclopedia of language and education
Nancy H. Hornberger;Neville Alexander.
Multilingual Language Policies and the Continua of Biliteracy: An Ecological Approach
Nancy H. Hornberger.
Language Policy (2002)
Continua of Biliteracy
Nancy H. Hornberger.
Review of Educational Research (1989)
Sociolinguistics and language teaching
Sandra Lee McKay;Nancy H. Hornberger.
Translanguaging and transnational literacies in multilingual classrooms: a biliteracy lens
Nancy H. Hornberger;Holly Link.
International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism (2012)
Continua of biliteracy : an ecological framework for educational policy, research, and practice in multilingual settings
Nancy H. Hornberger.
An introductory reader to the writings of Jim Cummins
Jim Cummins;Colin Baker;Nancy H. Hornberger.
Revisiting the Continua of Biliteracy: International and Critical Perspectives.
Nancy H. Hornberger;Ellen Skilton-Sylvester.
Language and Education (2000)
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