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  • 1
    ISBN: 9780367683948 , 9780367683177
    Language: English
    Pages: xviii, 255 Seiten , Illustrationen, Tabellen, Diagramme
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Mills, Kathy, 1974- Literacy for digital futures
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Mills, Kathy, - 1974- Literacy for digital futures
    DDC: 302.23
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    Keywords: Media literacy Study and teaching ; Digital media Study and teaching ; Computer literacy Study and teaching ; Information society Study and teaching ; Medienkompetenz ; Medienpädagogik
    Abstract: "The unprecedented rate of global, technological, and societal change calls for a radical, new understanding of literacy. This book offers a nuanced framework for making sense of literacy by addressing knowledge as contextualized, embodied, multimodal, and digitally mediated. In today's world of technological breakthroughs, social shifts, and rapid changes to the educational landscape, literacy can no longer be understood through established curriculum and static text structures. To prepare teachers, scholars, and researchers for the digital future, the book is organised around three themes-Mind and Materiality; Body and Senses; and Texts and Digital Semiotics-to shape readers' understanding of literacy. Opening up new interdisciplinary themes, Mills, Unsworth, and Scholes confront emerging issues for next-generation digital literacy practices. The volume helps new and established researchers rethink dynamic changes in the materiality of texts and their implications for the mind and body, and features recommendations for educational and professional practice"--
    Description / Table of Contents: Beyond education for industry 4.0 : next-generation literacies -- Mind and materiality of reading -- Critically evaluating multiple sources for digital futures -- Why video gaming is an important digital literacy practice -- Embodiment and digital media literacies -- Haptics and motion in literacy practices with digital media -- Virtual, augmented and mixed reality -- Infographics and scientific literacy -- Advancing animated story composition through coding -- Digital interactive literature -- Multimaterial literacies for digital futures
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • 2
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    ISBN: 9781003137368 , 9781000687040 , 9780367683177 , 9780367683948
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (274 p.)
    DDC: 302.2244071
    Keywords: Literacy ; Teaching of students with English as a second language (TESOL) ; bodies ; communication ; digital literacy ; education ; embodied cognition ; knowledge ; literacy practices ; mind ; multiliteracies ; multimodality ; social semiotics ; textual design ; ways of knowing
    Abstract: The unprecedented rate of global, technological, and societal change calls for a radical, new understanding of literacy. This book offers a nuanced framework for making sense of literacy by addressing knowledge as contextualised, embodied, multimodal, and digitally mediated. In today’s world of technological breakthroughs, social shifts, and rapid changes to the educational landscape, literacy can no longer be understood through established curriculum and static text structures. To prepare teachers, scholars, and researchers for the digital future, the book is organised around three themes – Mind and Materiality; Body and Senses; and Texts and Digital Semiotics – to shape readers’ understanding of literacy. Opening up new interdisciplinary themes, Mills, Unsworth, and Scholes confront emerging issues for next-generation digital literacy practices. The volume helps new and established researchers rethink dynamic changes in the materiality of texts and their implications for the mind and body, and features recommendations for educational and professional practice.
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  • 3
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    [Erscheinungsort nicht ermittelbar] : Taylor & Francis
    ISBN: 9781003137368 , 9781000687040 , 9780367683177 , 9780367683948
    Language: Undetermined
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (274 p.)
    DDC: 302.23
    Keywords: Literacy ; Teaching of students with English as a second language (TESOL)
    Abstract: The unprecedented rate of global, technological, and societal change calls for a radical, new understanding of literacy. This book offers a nuanced framework for making sense of literacy by addressing knowledge as contextualised, embodied, multimodal, and digitally mediated. In today’s world of technological breakthroughs, social shifts, and rapid changes to the educational landscape, literacy can no longer be understood through established curriculum and static text structures. To prepare teachers, scholars, and researchers for the digital future, the book is organised around three themes – Mind and Materiality; Body and Senses; and Texts and Digital Semiotics – to shape readers’ understanding of literacy. Opening up new interdisciplinary themes, Mills, Unsworth, and Scholes confront emerging issues for next-generation digital literacy practices. The volume helps new and established researchers rethink dynamic changes in the materiality of texts and their implications for the mind and body, and features recommendations for educational and professional practice
    Note: English
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  • 4
    ISBN: 9781003150718 , 9781000531428 , 9781003150718 , 9781032191065 , 9780367714048
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource
    Keywords: Secondary schools ; Teaching of students with English as a second language (TESOL) ; Literacy ; linguistics
    Abstract: This book establishes a new theoretical and practical framework for multimodal disciplinary literacy (MDL) fused with the subject-specific science pedagogies of senior high school biology, chemistry and physics. It builds a compatible alignment of multiple representation and representation construction approaches to science pedagogy with the social semiotic, systemic functional linguistic-based approaches to explicit teaching of disciplinary literacy. The early part of the book explicates the transdisciplinary negotiated theoretical underpinning of the MDL framework, followed by the research-informed repertoire of learning experiences that are then articulated into a comprehensive framework of options for the planning of classroom work. Practical adoption and adaptation of the framework in biology, chemistry and physics classrooms are detailed in separate chapters. The latter chapters indicate the impact of the collaborative research on teachers' professional learning and students’ multimodal disciplinary literacy engagement, concluding with proposals for accommodating emerging developments in MDL in an ever-changing digital communication world. The MDL framework is designed to enable teachers to develop all students' disciplinary literacy competencies. This book will be of interest to researchers, teacher educators and postgraduate students in the field of science education. It will also have appeal to those in literacy education and social semiotics
    Note: English
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  • 5
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    [Erscheinungsort nicht ermittelbar] : Taylor & Francis
    ISBN: 9781315465258 , 9781138206304 , 9781138206335
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (12 p.)
    Keywords: Curriculum planning & development ; Literacy
    Abstract: At the forefront of current digital literacy studies in education, this Handbook uniquely systematizes emerging interdisciplinary themes, new knowledge, and insightful theoretical contributions to the field. The chapter topics identified through academic conference networks, rigorous analysis, and database searches of trending themes are organized in five thematic sections: Digital Futures; Digital Diversity; Digital Lives; Digital Spaces; Digital Ethics. This essential guide to digital writing and literacies research, with transformational ideas for educational and professional practice, will enable researchers to position their studies in the field and to generate new themes of inquiry
    Note: English
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  • 6
    ISBN: 9781003137368
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (pages cm)
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Mills, Kathy A., 1974 - Literacy for digital futures
    DDC: 302.23
    RVK:
    Keywords: Media literacy Study and teaching ; Digital media Study and teaching ; Computer literacy Study and teaching ; Information society Study and teaching ; Medienkompetenz ; Medienpädagogik
    Abstract: "The unprecedented rate of global, technological, and societal change calls for a radical, new understanding of literacy. This book offers a nuanced framework for making sense of literacy by addressing knowledge as contextualized, embodied, multimodal, and digitally mediated. In today's world of technological breakthroughs, social shifts, and rapid changes to the educational landscape, literacy can no longer be understood through established curriculum and static text structures. To prepare teachers, scholars, and researchers for the digital future, the book is organised around three themes-Mind and Materiality; Body and Senses; and Texts and Digital Semiotics-to shape readers' understanding of literacy. Opening up new interdisciplinary themes, Mills, Unsworth, and Scholes confront emerging issues for next-generation digital literacy practices. The volume helps new and established researchers rethink dynamic changes in the materiality of texts and their implications for the mind and body, and features recommendations for educational and professional practice"--
    Description / Table of Contents: Beyond education for industry 4.0 : next-generation literacies -- Mind and materiality of reading -- Critically evaluating multiple sources for digital futures -- Why video gaming is an important digital literacy practice -- Embodiment and digital media literacies -- Haptics and motion in literacy practices with digital media -- Virtual, augmented and mixed reality -- Infographics and scientific literacy -- Advancing animated story composition through coding -- Digital interactive literature -- Multimaterial literacies for digital futures
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • 7
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    New York : Routledge | London : Taylor & Francis Group
    ISBN: 9781003137368
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (xviii, 255 Seiten) , Illustrationen
    DDC: 302.23
    Keywords: Media literacy Study and teaching ; Digital media Study and teaching ; Computer literacy Study and teaching ; Information society Study and teaching ; EDUCATION / General
    Abstract: "The unprecedented rate of global, technological, and societal change calls for a radical, new understanding of literacy. This book offers a nuanced framework for making sense of literacy by addressing knowledge as contextualized, embodied, multimodal, and digitally mediated. In today's world of technological breakthroughs, social shifts, and rapid changes to the educational landscape, literacy can no longer be understood through established curriculum and static text structures. To prepare teachers, scholars, and researchers for the digital future, the book is organised around three themes-Mind and Materiality; Body and Senses; and Texts and Digital Semiotics-to shape readers' understanding of literacy. Opening up new interdisciplinary themes, Mills, Unsworth, and Scholes confront emerging issues for next-generation digital literacy practices. The volume helps new and established researchers rethink dynamic changes in the materiality of texts and their implications for the mind and body, and features recommendations for educational and professional practice"--...
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  • 8
    ISBN: 9781003150718 , 9781000531428 , 9781032191065 , 9780367714048
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (286 p.)
    Keywords: Secondary schools ; Teaching of students with English as a second language (TESOL) ; Literacy ; linguistics
    Abstract: This book establishes a new theoretical and practical framework for multimodal disciplinary literacy (MDL) fused with the subject-specific science pedagogies of senior high school biology, chemistry and physics. It builds a compatible alignment of multiple representation and representation construction approaches to science pedagogy with the social semiotic, systemic functional linguistic-based approaches to explicit teaching of disciplinary literacy. The early part of the book explicates the transdisciplinary negotiated theoretical underpinning of the MDL framework, followed by the research-informed repertoire of learning experiences that are then articulated into a comprehensive framework of options for the planning of classroom work. Practical adoption and adaptation of the framework in biology, chemistry and physics classrooms are detailed in separate chapters. The latter chapters indicate the impact of the collaborative research on teachers' professional learning and students’ multimodal disciplinary literacy engagement, concluding with proposals for accommodating emerging developments in MDL in an ever-changing digital communication world. The MDL framework is designed to enable teachers to develop all students' disciplinary literacy competencies. This book will be of interest to researchers, teacher educators and postgraduate students in the field of science education. It will also have appeal to those in literacy education and social semiotics
    Note: English
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