Teaching Literacy in the Twenty-First Century Classroom

Teaching Literacy in the Twenty-First Century Classroom Book Details:

Publisher : Springer Nature

ISBN-13 : 3030478211

Page : 293 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 211 voters

This book discusses current issues in literacy teacher education and illuminates the complexity of supporting self-efficacious educators to teach language and literacy in the twenty-first century classroom. In three sections, chapter authors first detail how teacher education programs can be revamped to include content and methods to inspire self-efficacy in pre-service teachers, then reimagine how teacher candidates can be set up for success toward obtaining this. The final section encourages readers to ruminate on the interplay among teacher candidates as they transition into practice and work to have both self- and collective- efficacy.

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