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dc.contributor.authorMoate, Josephine
dc.contributor.authorPosti-Ahokas, Hanna
dc.description.abstractThe aim of this handbook is to support the further development of multilingual and multimodal approaches to academic study at JYU. This handbook has been developed within the Faculty of Education and Psychology as part of the Creating Space pedagogical development project during the 2019-2020 academic year, drawing on and developing existing study guides by JYU . We hope, however, that this handbook is useful beyond our Faculty and that it adds language and cultural considerations to the existing study guides. We have provided brief explanations of different types of assignments and academic activities that are part of academic study and relevant to teaching in higher education. We have also included ‘good to know’ pointers for students and teachers, as well as suggestions for how different languages can be used as resources in academic study, and highlighting ways in which cultural awareness can support academic participation. The call-out bubbles are quotations from students and teachers who have participated in the Creating Space events. We hope that this handbook helps to raise awareness regarding the value and role of different languages, cultures and modalities in academic study and provides useful pedagogical tools for students and
dc.relation.ispartofseriesJYU Reportsfi
dc.titleModes of Study Handbook for Students and Educatorsfi

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