Interested in play as an intellectual space for the enactment of culture and social for #literacies? Curious how play might inform #literacies as sociopolitical and sociocultural act? Want to know more about creatively engaging elementary students in play within standardized curriculum? Join a collective of researchers and teacher educators in conversation through the March 3rd #literacies chat to discuss questions like this!
Writing, Story, and Play: Exploring Children’s Composing In and Beyond the Classroom
with Cassie Brownell @brownellcassie, Jaye Thiel @jayethiel, Nicolas Husbye @UMSLHusbye, Haeny Yoon @haenyyoon, and Beth Buchholz @bethabuchholz
- What are your personal reasons for engaging in #literacies research with & alongside of elementary students?
- How might approaches to #literacies research vary across the elementary age groups? What methods do you use to engage the youngest among us in relationships of understanding?
- How is play an intellectual space for the enactment of culture and social #literacies?
- How does play inform #literacies as sociopolitical and sociocultural act, even for young children?
- How can we (as researchers, educators, and activists) create space for multi#literacies through play, given standardized curriculum and policies for elementary students?