Race, the senses, and the materials of writing and literacy practices
Mills, Kathy A. and Dreamson, Neal. (2015) Race, the senses, and the materials of writing and literacy practices. In In Turbill, Jan, Brock, Cynthia H. and Barton, Georgina (Ed.). Teaching Writing in Today's Classrooms: Looking back to look forward pp. 298 - 312 Australian Literacy Educators' Association.
|Authors||Mills, Kathy A. and Dreamson, Neal|
|Editors||Turbill, Jan, Brock, Cynthia H. and Barton, Georgina|
This chapter argues that the changing materiality of writing and literacy practices has an inherently cultural dimension, requiring shifts in dominant writing practices and countercolonial literacy pedagogies. Such a shift requires relevance to the ecological world of Indigenous culture and experience, as well as mobile and creative digital environments where the materials of writing and literacy practices are constantly changing.
|Page range||298 - 312|
|Book title||Teaching Writing in Today's Classrooms: Looking back to look forward|
|Publisher||Australian Literacy Educators' Association|
|Place of publication||Norwood, SA.|
|Web address (URL)||https://researchbank.acu.edu.au/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=4907&context=fea_pub|
|Open access||Open access|
|Research Group||Institute for Learning Sciences and Teacher Education (ILSTE)|
|Author's accepted manuscript|
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