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About this product
- PublisherPeter Lang Publishing Inc
- Date of Publication01/05/2009
- GenreEducation & Teaching
- Series TitleNew Literacies and Digital Epistemologies
- Series Part/Volume Number34
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintPeter Lang Publishing Inc
- Content Noteill.
- Weight320 g
- Width160 mm
- Height230 mm
- Edited byAnne Burke,Roberta F. Hammett
- Edition Statement1st New edition
- Table Of ContentsContents: Anne Burke/Roberta F. Hammett: Introduction: Rethinking Assessment from the Perspective of New Literacies - Eve Bearne: Assessing Multimodal Texts - Anne Burke: Checkmarks on the Screen: Questions of Assessment and New Literacies in the Digital Age - Maureen Kendrick/Roberta McKay/Harriet Mutonyi: Making the Invisible Visible: Assessing the Visual as Spaces of Learning - Margaret C. Hagood/Emily N. Skinner/Melissa Venters/Benjamin Yelm: New Literacies and Assessments in Middle School Social Studies Content Area Instruction: Issues for Classroom Practices - Jennifer Rowsell: My Life on Facebook: Assessing the Art of Online Social Networking - Jill Kedersha McClay/Margaret Mackey: Distributed Assessment in OurSpace: This Is Not a Rubric - Kay Kimber/Claire Wyatt-Smith: Valued Knowledges and Core Capacities for Digital Learners: Claiming Spaces for Quality Assessment - Richard Beach/Linda Clemens/Kirsten Jamsen: Digital Tools: Assessing Digital Communication and Providing Feedback to Student Writers - Roberta F. Hammett: New Literacies and Teacher Education - Julian Sefton-Green: Epilogue.
- Author BiographyThe Editors: Anne Burke is Assistant Professor of Literacy Education in Curriculum and Teaching at Memorial University in Canada. Her recent research focuses on adolescent literacy and social practices, new literacies with a focus on digital reading, and assessment of new literacies in the contexts of school and out-of-school settings. She has published in a wide range of journals such as JAAL, Changing English, and E-Journal and recently published two educational texts for literacy at-risk youth in the area of popular music and performance. Roberta F. Hammett, Professor of Education at Memorial University, is co-editor of Boys, Girls, and the Myths of Literacies and Learning (2008), Teaching English Today: Advocating for Change in the Secondary Curriculum (2004), and Digital Expressions: Media Literacy and English Language Arts (2002).
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