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AMultimodal Approach in the Classroom for Creative Learning and Teaching

  title={AMultimodal Approach in the Classroom for Creative Learning and Teaching},
  author={L. Marchetti and P. Cullen},
  • L. Marchetti, P. Cullen
  • Published 2016
  • A multimodal approach in the classroom can be a source of creativity for both teachers and students. It draws upon available visual, audio, and kinaesthetic modes and does not necessarily rely on technology. This paper will brie ly de ine what modes are and outline the origins of multimodal studies in the New London Group (1996). Through a multimodal lesson using video, we can identify modes and how these correlate not only to contemporary society but to speci ic cognitive processes. This… CONTINUE READING
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