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CLASH! Superheroic Yet Sensible Strategies for Teaching the New Literacies Despite the Status Quo


reviewed by Melda N. Yildiz January 17, 2014

coverTitle: CLASH! Superheroic Yet Sensible Strategies for Teaching the New Literacies Despite the Status Quo
Author(s): Sandra A. Varva & Sharon L. Spencer (eds.)
Publisher: Information Age Publishing, Charlotte
ISBN: 1617355178, Pages: 312, Year: 2011
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: January 17, 2014
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17384, Date Accessed: 10/30/2014 10:26:36 AM

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  • Melda Yildiz
    Kean University
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    MELDA N. YILDIZ is an associate professor in the School for Global Education and Innovation at Kean University and adjunct faculty in Master of Education in Technology in Education at Lesley University. 2009-2010, Melda served as the first Fulbright Scholar in Turkmenistan. Since 1994, she taught Media Literacy Education, Multimedia Production, Women Studies, Asian Studies, and Global Education to P-16 educators and teacher candidates. Melda worked as a Media Specialist at Northfield Mount Hermon School, taught video and media production to grades 9-12, and published and presented featuring Educational Media, Global Education, Media Literacy, Education Semiotics, and Multicultural Education in many national and international conferences. She received her Ed.D. from University of Massachusetts on Math & Science and Instructional Technology. She received an M.S. from Southern Connecticut State University on Instructional Technology. She majored in Teaching English as a Foreign Language at Bogazici University, in Turkey.
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