What’s New in Literacy Teaching?

Critical Literacy With New Communication Technologies

Vivian Vasquez & Carol Felderman

What is critical literacy, what does it look like in today’s classrooms, and how can young children examine social issues and find their voices in modern, interesting ways? Find the answers in this article that details a classroom project in which second graders chose a topic close to their hearts to research, respond to, and change using podcasting technology. Plus, live links to a number of podcasts about critical literacy enrich your learning experience and give you a firm foundation on this crucial topic.

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© 2013
doi: 10.1598/e-ssentials.8028

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