Meeting the challenge of disciplinary literacies

Meiers, Marion
June 2015
Literacy Learning: The Middle Years;Jun2015, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p17
Academic Journal
This short article traces some of the ways in which professional understandings of disciplinary literacies have changed and how Nea Stewart-Dore throughout her career contributed to the evolution of the concept of disciplinary literacy.


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