Tag: sociomateriality

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‘Under the hood’ of assignments: talk at Lancaster University

It was a pleasure to present and talk about my research at the Literacy Research Discussion Group (Lancaster University) yesterday. The following is my Prezi for the session: Also available here: https://prezi.com/fvvmz3wtnlmi/accounts-of-assignment-writing-in-further-education-classrooms/# The discussion concerned the methods, practices, and processes that are drawn into the production of curricular […]

Sheffield session tweets

Whilst messing with Storify, I realised that I cannot get it to ‘speak to’ my wordpress.com blog. So until I have figured it, or moved to wordpress.org, I will have to mess with Storify and then re-collate, or re-curate, the relevant tweets using the embed codes in a […]

Assemblages

Digital technologies are a significant presence in society and in educational settings. They are a given mainstay and influence the way literacy is composed, taught, and, to some extent, assessed. When such new demands are made on language then we are, in the words of Michael Halliday (1989: […]