Emerging Qualities Of Effective Teaching: Embracing New Literacies
advocacy, collaborative learning, educational change, educational technology, effective teaching, leadership, learning, new literacies
In response to calls for changes in teaching and teacher education, the authors propose a framework for change called the Emerging Qualities of Effective Teaching Continuum. The continuum integrates critical components that identify the movement of education from a teacher-centered focus toward a focus in which teacher and student work together to shape the learning process in a technologically enhanced world. This new focus requires both students and teachers to embrace new literacies that have been reframed for the demands of a global context.
Department of Teaching
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
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Herring, Mary; Curran, Christina; Stone, Jody; Davidson, Nadene; Ahrabi-Fard, Iradge; and Zhbanova, Ksenia, "Emerging Qualities Of Effective Teaching: Embracing New Literacies" (2015). Faculty Publications. 1255.