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#edu407 Some Examples of a Literacy Mantra

Mantra, a Sanskrit word from Buddhism., means a repeated phrase used during meditation. A universal truth that keeps you grounded? So what truths will you hold

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Mantra, a Sanskrit word from Buddhism., means a repeated phrase used during meditation. A universal truth that keeps you grounded?

So what truths will you hold about literacy? What will guide yoru everyday actions as a teacher.

Some Examples:

another example of a literacy mantra: https://twitter.com/telliowkuwp/status/1089170164673855489 Number of Words != good writing or intelligence

Check it out here is a literacy mantra and it's never too late for a mantra by definition they should transcend time and space https://twitter.com/dogtrax/status/1089142504610512896

https://jacquelinnesblog.wordpress.com/2019/01/26/module-1-theories-of-meaning-making/

https://elizabethlopezdot.wordpress.com/2019/01/27/my-philosophy-of-literacy-education/

here is a great resource from @mahabali's read this page: https://blog.mahabali.me/readthis/ that you might want to consider when thinking about your literacy mantra: http://infed.org/mobi/curriculum-theory-and-practice/

https://elementarye.school.blog/2020/01/30/my-literacy-mantra/

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