Multiliteracies Meet Methods: the Case for Digital..., July 2005

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Title
Multiliteracies Meet Methods: the Case for Digital Writing in English Education.
Date
200507
Material Type
Journal Article
Creator/Author
Hicks, Troy, Department of English Language and Literature
Additional Contributors
Grabill, Jeffrey T., Michigan State University
Publisher
National Council of Teachers of English
Copyright
Copyright 2005 by National Council of Teachers of English. Intellectual Property Rights owned by Hicks, T. and Grabill, J. This material is copyrighted, and any further reproduction or distribution is prohibited without the permission of the copyright owner.
Subject
Teacher education; Pre-service teacher methods courses; Digital writing; English language -- Rhetoric -- Computer-assisted instruction; English language -- Rhetoric -- Study and teaching; English teachers;
Description
Grabill and Hicks argue that English educators should make digital writing an integral part of their pre-service methods classes, suggesting that to teach writing without technology disadvantages teachers and the students who they teach.
Source
English Education 37 (4), 301-311
Language
English
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