Reflections Dr. Wanda Diaz Merced: How Can We Hear the Stars? https://www.npr.org/2017/01/20/510612425/how-can-we-hear-the-stars What might we consider about Merced’s claims about the connection between sound, or “sonification,” and physics? How does this related to some of our conversations about literacy? Accessibility? … Continued
Slides for class activity.https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1AfiH46ZGCw8e6ardI5hctnsEAZ7sbepvUbDb8XJsvTo/edit?usp=sharing
Imagine that you enter a parlor. You come late. When you arrive, others have long preceded you, and they are engaged in a heated discussion, a discussion too heated for them to pause and tell you exactly what it is … Continued
This video begins with Caroline Weaver, a pencil shop owner, discussing how the audible component of a pencil is unique. She notes how the pencil represents a fairly simple technology, as it is made from wood with layers of … Continued
Slides for today’s activities.
Slides/Assignments for class on Tuesday, Feb. 26 Agenda: Proposals Blog Post Grades Extra Credit Opp. Calendar : Writing in Class this week (and mini-workshops); Full Draft Workshop next Tuesday Survey for Thursday, 3/7 Annotated Bibs Research Troubleshooting Q&A
First, we’ll generate a rubric for the proposal. How would you like to be evaluated (think both content and style). Class Generated Rubric Things that are especially important for the proposal (for Dr. Epps-Robertson)l: defining writing and … Continued
Barton describes an ecological view of literacy. He uses the term ecological on p. 32 as a means to describe the “embeddedness” of literacy: “Instead of studying the separate skills which underlie reading and writing, it involves a shift to … Continued