Education (EDUC) - Living, Teaching, and Learning with New Literacies

EDUC 4851  Living, Teaching, and Learning with New Literacies






Teacher candidates explore new literacy practices including digital, print, and multimedia, as they differ from conventional print-based literacies, and their corresponding values, sensibilities, and norms. Candidates consider the impact of new literacies on culture and identity; dominant literacies and their role in marginalizing or silencing voices; multi-modal text use in meaning-making, critical analysis, and knowledge construction; the need to bridge in-school and out-of-school literacies; and teaching and learning with new literacies across the curriculum.

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