Primary Advisor/Dissertation Chair
Kathryn A. Campbell
Secondary Advisor/Reader One
Carol Lynn O’Gara
The purpose of this study was to investigate whether ELL student writing would improve when students engaged in constructivist storytelling, that is, were allowed to tell their own immigration stories in a digital storytelling platform. The study also sought to ascertain whether the cultural competence of the school as a whole, including staff, students, and families, would be improved by sharing these stories at an allschool International Day
Action Research, Survey
ESL/ ELLs, Multicultural Education, Writing
Harrell, Julie Robeck, "Improving Cultural Competence and ELL writing through Culturally Relevant Digital Storytelling" (2016). School of Education Student Capstone Theses and Dissertations. 4117.