• Political Science
  • Published 2007

Spatial literacies: emergent pedagogies

@inproceedings{Comber2007SpatialLE,
  title={Spatial literacies: emergent pedagogies},
  author={Barbara Comber and Helen Nixon},
  year={2007}
}
There has recently been an emphasis within literacy studies on both the spatial dimensions of social practices (Leander & Sheehy, 2004) and the importance of incorporating design and multiple modes of meaning-making into contemporary understandings of literacy (Cope & Kalantzis, 2000; New London Group, 1996). Kress (2003) in particular has outlined the potential implications of the cultural shift from the dominance of writing, based on a logic of time and sequence in time, to the dominance of… CONTINUE READING

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