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This course introduces innovative approaches to learning and teaching, with a focus on the use of e-learning and social web technologies....
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Cours en ligne à 100 %

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Approx. 15 heures pour terminer
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1

Section
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4 heures pour terminer

Module 1: Course Orientation + Multimodal Meaning and Synesthesia

This module introduces the key ideas of the course: communication, representation (or making meanings for oneself as an aid to thinking), and the design of meaning. Today, our tools for communication and representation have been widely expanded by digital tools. For these reasons, we need to extend our literacy pedagogy to encompass literacies in the plural, including a wider range of modes of meaning than alphabetic text alone....
Reading
4 vidéos (Total 31 min), 8 lectures, 2 quiz
Video4 vidéos
8.2 Design and Multimodality8 min
8.3 A Grammar of Multimodal Meaning11 min
8.4 Synesthesia or Mode Switching3 min
Reading8 lectures
Syllabus10 min
Task Overview - How to Pass This Course10 min
About the Discussion Forums10 min
Take this Course as a Stepping Stone for a University of Illinois Certificate, Masters, or Doctorate - Fully Online!10 min
Updating Your Profile10 min
Social Media10 min
"Regimes of Literacy," Kalantzis and Cope10 min
Related Readings10 min
Quiz1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Orientation Quiz12 min

2

Section
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9 heures pour terminer

Module 2: Making Meaning by Reading + Making Meaning by Writing + Making Visual Meaning

This module begins with an overview of the conventional focus of literacy pedagogy – reading and writing. In its second half, the module applies a parallel set of tools to analysis of visual meanings....
Reading
16 vidéos (Total 122 min), 3 lectures, 3 quiz
Video16 vidéos
9.2 Learning to Read: Reading for Meaning8 min
10.1 The Nature of Writing10 min
10.2 Traditional Grammar and Its Impossibilities11 min
10.3 Chomsky’s Grammar5 min
10.4 Halliday’s Grammar2 min
10.5 A Grammar of Multiliteracies6 min
10.6 The Writing Process14 min
11.1 The Contemporary Significance of Visual Meanings6 min
11.2 Designs of Visual Meanings8 min
11.3 Perceptual Images and Mental Images7 min
11.4 A Grammar of the Visual7 min
11.5 Deconstructing Images5 min
11.6 Image Making as Design6 min
11.7 Parsing Images7 min
11.8 Multimodal Pedagogy in Practice3 min
Reading3 lectures
Related Readings10 min
Related Readings10 min
Related Readings10 min

3

Section
Clock
9 heures pour terminer

Module 3: Making Spatial, Tactile, and Gestural Meanings + Making Audio and Oral Meanings + Literacies to Think and to Learn

In this third module of the course, we examine spatial, tactile, gestural, audio, and oral meanings – all today part of a wider repertoire of teaching and learning that we call "literacies" in the plural, or "multiliteracies." In the final section of the module, we explore how we use literacies to think in characteristically "academic" ways. In this sense, literacies play a critical supportive role in the learning process....
Reading
13 vidéos (Total 126 min), 3 lectures, 3 quiz
Video13 vidéos
12.2 A Grammar of Spatial Meaning7 min
12.3 Tactile Meanings7 min
12.4 A Grammar of Tactile Meaning7 min
12.5 Gestural Meanings9 min
12.6 A Grammar of Gestural Meanings7 min
13.1 Making Audio Meanings7 min
13.2 Making Meanings Using Oral Language10 min
13.3 Synesthesia and Mode Shifting Between Oral and Written Meanings10 min
13.4 Classroom Discussion in Speech and Writing16 min
14.1 Literacies to Think and to Learn10 min
14.2 On Human Meaning Systems9 min
14.3 Academic Literacies as Ways of Thinking10 min
Reading3 lectures
Related Readings10 min
Related Readings10 min
Related Readings10 min

4

Section
Clock
13 heures pour terminer

Module 4: Literacies and Learner Differences + Literacies Standards and Assessment

The final module of the course examines the question of learner differences – including literacies learning at different age levels and second language learning. We also explore strategies for differentiated instruction. Finally, we investigate the range of assessment strategies that can be used to diagnose learner needs, offer feedback during the learning process, and evaluate learning outcomes....
Reading
13 vidéos (Total 127 min), 2 lectures, 5 quiz
Video13 vidéos
15.2 The Effects of Learner Differences16 min
15.3 Literacies Learning and Development9 min
15.4 Recognizing Learner Differences in Literacies Pedagogy6 min
15.5 Complexities of Learner Differences9 min
15.6 Differentiated Literacies Instruction11 min
16.1 Approaches to Literacy Standards and Assessment6 min
16.2 Standardized and Norm-referenced Assessment5 min
16.3 Criterion Referenced Assessment6 min
16.4 Progress Assessment3 min
16.5 Select and Supply Response Assessments12 min
16.6 Rubric-Based Peer and Formative Assessment9 min
16.7 Big Data and the Future of Assessment18 min
Reading2 lectures
Related Readings10 min
Related Readings10 min

Enseignants

Dr William Cope

Professor
Department of Education Policy, Organization & Leadership, College of Education

Dr Mary Kalantzis

Professor
College of Education

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