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Dr. Allan Luke: The New Literacies

streaming video and podcast download availableWebcast: May 31, 2007

Effective educators understand that what happens in educational systems must align with the world students will face in the 21st century. Although it is impossible to know precisely what the future holds, educators do know that students will live in a rapidly changing world where knowledge and information increase exponentially. Individuals will need to be lifelong learners, critical thinkers, and flexible, creative problem-solvers who work well collaboratively and independently. They will need to be responsible global citizens, open-minded, and able to communicate effectively with people from all over the world. Students will need to develop habits of mind that help them embrace change with enthusiasm, wonder, and a sharp critical eye.

Dr. Allan Luke is an educator, author, activist, and international researcher and policy change agent in all Australian states as well as New Zealand, Singapore, and Hong Kong. His work has influenced educators globally, including in Canada and the United States.

In this webcast, Dr. Luke presents his views and provides an international perspective on the new literacies, with a focus on the importance of helping our students develop in the area of critical literacy.

The purpose of this webcast is to promote professional learning. The following questions are intended to stimulate thoughtful dialogue and inspire action that changes educational practice and improves student learning and achievement.

"We now accept the fact that learning is a lifelong process of keeping abreast of change. And the most pressing task is to teach people how to learn."

Peter Drucker

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Dr. Allan Luke: The New Literacies

Length: 53 minutes
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Continuing the Conversation

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Canada and the World

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Biography

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Historical Perspectives

Length: 9 minutes
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New Eduscape

Length: 7 minutes
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Critical Literacy

Length: 8 minutes
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Challenges

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Teacher Moderation

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Leadership

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Effective Instruction

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