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Adolescents and Digital Literacies: Learning Alongside Our Students

by Sara Kajder

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Adolescents and Digital Literacies: Learning Alongside Our Students

Grades 9 – 12
Type Book
Pages 119
Published January 2010
Publisher National Council of Teachers of English

 

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This book isn't about technology. It's about the teaching practices that technology enables. Instead of focusing on where to point and click, this book addresses the ways in which teachers and students work together to navigate continuous change and what it means to read, write, view, listen, and communicate in the twenty-first century.

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