2 edition of Literacy and education found in the catalog.
Literacy and education
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Joseph Shimron.|
|Contributions||Feitelson, Dina., Shimron, Joseph., Shimron, Joseph.|
|LC Classifications||LB1576 .L556 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 295 p. :|
|Number of Pages||295|
|ISBN 10||1572730323, 1572730331|
|LC Control Number||96005864|
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The book discusses literacy beyond that of reading, speaking, and writing but with multiforms of texts as a global and social practice to allow students’ voices to be drawn out. The authors does a good job in reminding us that children are synaesthetic learners, as such they like to convey their meaning making in various forms: some are Cited by: In a time of rampant standardization of literacy education through government insistence of measurable performance outcomes in many countries, it is restorative to read Kate Pahl's and Jennifer Rowsell's new edition of Literacy and Education.
Their book begins as it continues with a thought-provoking vignette written by a high school student, a survivor of the Haiti earthquake ofwho. The Literacy and Community Initiative (LCI), a collaboration between the NC State College of Education’s Department of Teacher Education and Learning Sciences, the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation and community-based organizations, is committed to serving marginalized students through text, including student publications, as well as advocacy and : Janine Bowen.
Literacy and Education tells the story of how literacy―starting in the early s―came to be seen not as a mental phenomenon, but as a social and cultural one. In this accessible introductory volume, acclaimed scholar James Paul Gee shows readers how literacy "left Cited by: The Early Literacy at Preschool Education: The Book or the E-Book.
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