The notion of change is central to this book. Across the globe, there exists a pressing need for transformation in the way teachers teach, in the manner by which learners learn, and in our approach towards defining literacy in the 21st century. Historically, the term aliteracya has been used to primarily denote reading and writing abilities, a designation which is today largely considered both quintessential and overly simplistic. The field of literacy, like many others within the realm of education, has a tendency to evolve and shift from one paradigm to another, vacillating between the demands of globalisation and the implications brought forth by the advent of new technologies. Reading and writing a communication, in essence a is happening in very different ways and via varied avenues; blogs, podcasts, online news, and tablets coupled with countless applications. Such changes are increasingly borderless and rapidly accelerating, and are bound to influence the nature of literacy itself as well as how it is perceived in diverse contexts in different parts of the world. This calls for a reorientation with regard to how researchers, educators and stakeholders view literacy in todayas terms.A Community Guide to Protecting Indigenous Knowledge. ... PhD thesis retrieved from http://munin.uit.no/bitstream/handle/10037/2781/thesis.pdf?sequence=9. ... http://www.linguapax.org/ca/noticies/2011/04/29/preserving-thecherokee- language-with-children-s-books Godard, B. (2010). ... (2004). Oral tradition collections. Retrieved from http://www.nativecustoms.sarawak.gov.my/web/oral3. html Mostert, anbsp;...
|Author||:||Ambigapathy Pandian, Christine Liew Ching Ling, Debbita Tan Ai Lin|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge Scholars Publishing - 2014-10-16|