Helps teachers include multimodal approaches in writing instruction, demonstrates how to build a supportive classroom environment for analyzing visual and audiovisual texts, and includes a CD-ROM.
Whole-School Policy for Multimodal Teaching and Learning
In This Section
- national developments in curriculum development and multimodality
- classroom and school development
- frameworks for review leading to action
- adopting the Multimodal Planning and Teaching Sequence
- embedding and sustaining development
- describing children's progress in multimodality
- towards a policy for multimodal teaching and learning.
Developing policy seems to be a never-ending process – and in a way it should be. The trick is to continue development but maintain stability. The best kind of policy development happens on the ground, when teachers, practitioners and headteachers work together in continuing professional development to pursue a vision of what they think will be best for the school community: children, parents, teachers and governors. Policy needs to be seen in practice.
A range of ...