Lee, J. C.,
Media literacy Study and teaching.
Media programs (Education)
Education Computer-assisted instruction.
Education Computer network resources.
Description / Table of Contents:
Machine generated contents note: pt. I Multimodality in the Classroom -- 1. Braving Multimodality in the College Composition Classroom: An Experiment to Get the Process Started / Dawn Lombardi -- 2. Transforming Curriculum: Re-seeing Rhetoric Through a Multimodal Lens / Kendra Hansen -- 3. The Ps of a POOC: Participatory, Professional Points of Presence in a Personal Open Online Course / Paul Muhlhauser -- 4. United We Stand, Divided We Fall: An Argument for Universal Design for Learning (UDL) / Mariana Grohowski -- pt. II Professional and Institutional Development for Multimodal Instruction -- 5. Surveying the Available Modes of Persuasion / Rory Lee -- 6. The Place of Multimodal Curriculum for Instructors, Departments, and Institutions / Alex Gulecoglu -- 7. Initiating Multimodal Training: Faculty Development for Creating and Assessing Assignments / Brenta Blevins -- 8. Interdisciplinary Faculty Training Experiences in Multimodal Composition / Ella L. Ingram.
Description / Table of Contents:
Note continued: 9. Implementing Digital Storytelling Across the Curriculum at a Small Liberal Arts College / Meg Mikovits -- pt. III Extending the Conversation: Implementing Multimodality in Multilingual and International Classrooms -- 10. Is the Language of Comics Universal?: Using Comics to Teach Multimodal and Material Rhetoric in a Transnational Context / Aaron Kashtan -- 11. Mode-Switching: Multimodal Pedagogy in the Multilingual Composition Classroom / Juliana Pybus -- 12. The Potential and Pitfalls of Multimodality in English Composition Pedagogy / Anna Grigoryan -- 13. Multimodal Composition in a First-Year Writing Course in a Colombian University / Violeta Molina-Natera -- 14. Listen Carefully and You Will Hear: Using Creative Multimodal Assignments to Promote Student Expression / Hoda Mostafa.
"This volume presents a comprehensive overview of multimodal approaches to curriculum and programmatic implementation across a diverse range of teaching environments and across geographic and cultural boundaries. Featuring contributions from scholars within and across both disciplines, the book examines the ways in which new technologies link to expanding definitions of literacy and, building on this, how multimodal approaches might most effectively address the unique opportunities and challenges instructors face in contemporary classrooms and professional development programs. Chapters draw on case studies from both existing scholarship and findings from the authors' own experiences in practice, including examples from writing, rhetoric, and composition courses, open online learning courses, and interdisciplinary faculty training programs. The final section of the book showcases how the conversation might be further extended to address increasingly multilingual classrooms by exploring how multimodality has been implemented in transnational settings. Engaging with key questions at the intersection of programmatic and curricular development and multimodal studies, this book is a fundamental resource for graduate students and scholars in multimodality, rhetoric studies, language education, applied linguistics, and communication studies."--Provided by publisher.
Type of Medium:
1 online resource (viii, 290 pages) :
Routledge Studies in Multimodality