In addition to finalizing the schedule for the rest of the semester, this Wednesday’s D-Ped seminar will be the first of two seminars that focus on multimodal theory. See the lists below for required and supplementary readings.
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The next two seminars are also a great chance for second- and third-year Britts to learn more about the theories that support what we do — please join us!
- Bezemer & Kress, 2008— Writing in Multimodal Texts
- Kress 2005—Gains and Losses: New Forms of Texts, Knowledge and Learning
- New London Group, 2000— Multiliteracies: Literacy Learning and the Design of Social Futures
- Takayoshi & Selfe— Thinking about Multimodality
- Anderson et al. 2006—Integrating Multimodality into Composition Curricula
- Doloughan, 2002 — The Language of Reflective Practice in Art and Design
- Jewitt et al., 2001 — Exploring Learning through Visual, Actional, and Linguistic Communication
- Jones, 2009— Technology and Sites of Display
- Prior 2005 — Moving multimodality beyond the binaries: A response to Gunther Kress’ “Gains and Losses”
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