Multimodal Fluency -- What does it mean?

The four literacies: visual, multicultural, media, and digital.

This 43-slide show wraps up neatly and concisely what a 21st century classroom should like, and why.
Multimodal Fluency: Classroom to the Cloud
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Sean Cordes is an Assistant Professor of Western Illinois University.
Thanks to Bobbi Newman of Librarian by Day, who shared this on her Libraries and Transliteracy page.
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3 comments:

  1. Constructivist theory is good, but this presentation seems to ignore hands-on (kinesthetic) learning. How about doing an experiment local instead of using a Cloud/web-app? Such does not exclude web support. See the Fab Lab and Fab Academy http://fab.cba.mit.edu/academy/about/. This model is college+ but similar methods and tools can be used middle/high school, perhaps primary.

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  2. Thanks for sharing your comment and link, Jerry. I wholeheartedly agree that kinesthetic learning is important too.

    I really like your subsequent discussion with David on Google Fiber for Maui.

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  3. you're welcome! I'm glad you like it!

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