Literacy : Multiple Perspectives and Practices

Literacy : Multiple Perspectives and Practices
Autumn, 2009
Series Title
LEARNing Landscapes
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Number of pages: 268

Article titles:

  • Statement of purpose
  • Review board
  • Editorial
  • Commentary: The intellectual properties of literacy
  • Commentary: thoughts on three decades in literacy education: Why don’t we ever learn?
  • Commentary: on the road to literacy: Before the three r’s come the three f’s
  • Commentary: Early literacy development and implications for practice
  • Commentary: Elementary students discuss literacy
  • Weaving tales and leaving trails
  • Early childhood literacy and the sense of play
  • Making the invisible process visible: A kinesthetic approach to explicit reading comprehension strategy instruction in early primary grades
  • Saying what you see in the dark: Engaging children through art
  • Teaching the “bad boy” to write
  • How a therapy dog may inspire student literacy engagement in the elementary language arts classroom
  • Life-long readers of poetry? Why not?
  • Inquiry literacy: A proposal for a neologism
  • On screen: writing, images and what it means to be a reader
  • Multiple definitions of reading: Why they continue to be used in the same contexts, and what this has meant for literacy instruction
  • Whose literacy learning landscapes matter? Learning from children’s disruptions
  • Unexpected learning: Two PhD candidates narratively inquire into their experiences with an ESL group
  • Arts-based research as a pedagogical tool for teaching media literacy: Reflections from an undergraduate classroom
  • Crossing thresholds and expanding conceptual spaces: Using arts-based methods to extend teachers’ perceptions of literacy
  • Adult literacy … and the children shall lead
Leading English Education and Resource Network (LEARN). “Literacy : Multiple Perspectives and Practices” 3, no. 1. LEARNing Landscapes (Autumn 2009).
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Leading English Education and Resource Network (LEARN)


English-language educational sector (educators, students, parents, Community Learning Centres) in the province of Quebec


Promoting English education; online tutoring; creating teacher and student resources; parenting workshops; mental health and exercise; teacher training; support and development of Quebec’s Community Learning Centres

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Founded through the merger of merger of three organizations in July 2005