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Becoming Critical Researchers

Author : Ernest Morrell
ISBN : 0820461997
Genre : Education
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"Becoming Critical Researchers" analyzes the findings of a two-year ethnographic study of the apprenticeship of urban youth as critical researchers of popular culture. Drawing on new literacy studies, critical pedagogy, and sociocultural learning theory, this book documents the changes in student participation within a critical research-focused community of practice. These changes include the acquisition and development of academic and critical literacies and the resulting translations of these literacies into increased academic performance, greater access to college, and commitment to social action. This book inserts critical and postmodern theory into the conception and evaluation of classroom practice and its findings suggest that programs centering on the lived experiences of teens can indeed achieve the goals of critical education, while also promoting academic achievement in urban schools.

Literacy For Empowerment

Author : Concha Delgado-Gaitan University of California, Davis, USA.
ISBN : 9781134077861
Genre : Education
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First Published in 1990. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Gender Literacy And Empowerment In Morocco

Author : Fatima Agnaou
ISBN : 9781135937256
Genre : History
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This book's concept concerns the positive correlation between literacy and women's development and empowerment in developing countries.

Legal Literacy

Author : Margaret Schuler
ISBN : UOM:39015051789694
Genre : Law
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With experiences and strategies from Asia, Africa, and Latin America, this book explores how legal literacy can empower women. It examines ways of promoting women's capacities to understand the law; to assert rights; and to change limiting definitions of gender roles, status, and rights.

Mobile Phones Literacy Empowerment In Women S Hands

Author : UNESCO
ISBN : 9789231001239
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Literacy For Empowerment

Author : Association for Community Based Education
ISBN : OCLC:23122989
Genre : Literacy
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Literacy And Empowerment

Author : Venkatesh B. Athreya
ISBN : 8170365767
Genre : Literacy
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In the final section, the authors review the experience with mass literacy campaigns throughout India between 1989 and 1995, and provide critical insights drawn from the Pudukkottai experience which should be considered while formulating national level policies.

Literacy And Empowerment

Author : Patrick L. Courts
ISBN : UOM:39015022062023
Genre : Education
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"This is an absolutely excellent book. . . . What is truly remarkable about [it] is that it not only recognizes that theory and practice are mutually informing and dialectically constituted, but that it works on the level of critical pedagogy." Peter McLaren, Miami University

Pla Notes 32 Participation Literacy And Empowerment

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ISBN : 1843692767
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Early Literacy

Author : Jean Marie Casey
ISBN : 1563088657
Genre : Education
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Computers can be a powerful tool for building literacy, even with very young learners. This study seeks to help educators and parents use technology to encourage and support the learning of elementary students. Casey sums up what we know about how children learn to read and write, and shows how to build a stimulating learning environment that is rich with media. Reading and writing skills are placed within the context of the global computer revolution as she covers topics that range from technology programme evaluation to integration of computers in the classroom. Concepts are established with research findings and illustrated with actual case studies.

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