Educational approaches across fields of study are increasingly shaped by their encounters with emergent technologies and the literacies they instigate. The use of technology in the classroom is uneven, and often corresponds to socioeconomic indicators of the community in which the school is located. In Education and Social Justice in a Digital Age, Rosamund Sutherland offers a conceptual framework and concrete recommendations for contemporary teaching and learning.



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