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Towards a Theory of Practice: Critical Transdisciplinary Multiliteracies

Albright, James J.; Walsh, Christopher S. and Purohit, Kiran D. (2009). Towards a Theory of Practice: Critical Transdisciplinary Multiliteracies. In: McInerney, Dennis M.; Van Etten, Shawn and Dowson, Martin eds. Standards In Education. Information Age Publishers, pp. 93–116.

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Abstract

About the book: Education institutions and organizations throughout the world are currently being held accountable for achieving and maintaining historically unmatched standards of academic quality and performance. Accreditation bodies; policy makers; boards of trustees; and teacher, parent, and student groups all place educational institutions and organizations under unprecedented accountability pressures. The aim of this volume is to explore and better understand how these pressures are impacting a broad range of social and cultural issues and, subsequently, how these issues impact student motivation and learning

Item Type: Book Chapter
Copyright Holders: 2009 Information Age Publishing Inc.
ISBN: 1-59311-780-9, 978-1-59311-780-1
Academic Unit/School: Other Departments > Other Departments
Item ID: 20109
Depositing User: Christopher Walsh
Date Deposited: 25 Mar 2010 10:05
Last Modified: 05 Dec 2016 10:06
URI: http://oro.open.ac.uk/id/eprint/20109
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