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Remixing Multiliteracies: Theory and Practice from New London to New Times


reviewed by Barbara Waxman January 16, 2018

coverTitle: Remixing Multiliteracies: Theory and Practice from New London to New Times
Author(s): Frank Serafini & Elisabeth Gee
Publisher: Teachers College Press, New York
ISBN: 0807758647, Pages: 224, Year: 2017
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: January 16, 2018
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22236, Date Accessed: 8/16/2018 1:58:15 AM

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  • Barbara Waxman
    Western Washington University
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    BARBARA WAXMAN is an instructor in an innovative teacher certification program at Western Washington University dedicated to developing diverse and ELL-endorsed educators. She also conducts program evaluations for educational organizations, provides professional development and consults with schools and districts. She served as associate director of professional development for EL Education, a national school reform organization, and was a senior consultant for Paragon Educational Network, a non-profit education consulting organization she co-founded. She recently co-authored Why We Drop Out: Understanding and Disrupting Student Pathways to Leaving School and a chapter critiquing the Common Core State Standards from a critical literacy perspective (Au, W. & Waxman, B. (2015). She earned her doctorate in developmental psychology and education from the University of Rochester.
 
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