Going Multimodal: Programmatic, Curricular, and Classroom Change

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2013-03-01
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Adsanatham, Chanon
Alexander, Phil
Carsey, Kerrie
Dubisar, Abby
Fedeczko, Wioleta
Landrum, Denise
Lewiecki-Wilson, Cynthia
McKee, Heidi
Moore, Kristen
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AS THE STUDENTS NOTE IN this epigraph, we do not live in a monomodal world. Rather, we experience the world and communicate through multiple modalities. "To confine" students to learning in only one mode, typically the textual mode in first-year writing courses, indeed limits, students' understanding and creative potential-a point that has reemerged in considerations of education and the teaching of writing...

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"Gorng Multimodal: Programmatic, Curricular, and Classroom Change" by Chanon Adsanatham, Phill Alexander, Kerrie Carsey, Abby Dubisar, Wioleta Fedeczko, Denise Landrum, Cynthia Lewiecki-Wilson, Heidi McKee, Kristen Moore, Gina Patterson, and Michele Polak from Multimodel Literacies and Emerging Genres in Student Compositions, edited by Tracey Bowen and Carl Whithaus, ~ 2013. All rights are controlled by the University of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, PA 15260. Used by permission of the University of Pittsburgh Press.

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