Monthly Archives: February 2016

Shared Article #2–“Why Multiliteracies”

New Insights:  In a very condensed manner, “Why Multiliteracies” by Christie Robertson attempts to put together some important pieces of the learning for the 21st century puzzle–the New Economy and educational systems–in order to advance the saliency of Multiliteracies Theory.  Multiliteracies … Continue reading

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Shared Article #1–Multimedia Storytelling

New Insights:  This first article addresses the growing recognition of diversity of learners across age ranges, including adult learners.  Student populations are rarely homogenous, and classrooms are not static settings; rather, they are sites where many languages, cultures, and learning styles co-exist.  While … Continue reading

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