Spring 2023 - EDUC 341 OL01
Literacy, Education and Culture (3)
Class Number: 7330
Delivery Method: In Person
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Instructor:Pedro dos Santos
Prerequisites:60 units including three units in EDUC courses.
What counts as literacy and whose literacies are valued? What does this mean for the organization of societies, and for teaching and learning? How is literacy implicated in projects of social ordering, colonialism, oppression and empowerment? This course explores these questions through case studies, histories, policies and place-based investigations of literacy education across the life course and inside and outside formal schooling. Breadth-Humanities.
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ACADEMIC INTEGRITY: YOUR WORK, YOUR SUCCESS
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