Multi-literacies in education
- Engelbrecht A
- ISBN: 9780627036200
- eISBN: N/A
- ePub ISBN: 9780627036217
- 176 Pages | Published: 2019
The purpose of this book is to develop a pedagogical framework for multi-literacies in South Africa and to weave multi-literacies into the fabric of the classroom. Its aims are to assist curriculum developers, scholars, students and in-service teachers to make the pedagogical transition to learning environments where knowledge is held as contextually situated, rapidly changing and diverse. This dynamic environment calls for new skills and flexibility and the ability to work in teams.
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