Teaching Children's Literature
Children’s literature is an area of frequent scholarship, reflecting its influential position in telling stories, developing literacy, and sharing knowledge in many cultures. At its best, children’s literature is transformative in the lives of children and their adult reading companions, playing an important role in society. Indeed, in the last several decades, children’s literature has become an important focus of teaching and research in Centers for literature and literary criticism, education, and library/information sciences in Universities across the world.
This research project aims to deepen the variety of contemporary practices in teaching children’s literature.
children’s literature, higher education, cross-cultural teaching practices, literacy, sharing methodologies
Campagnaro, M., Daly, N. & Short, K.G (2021). Teaching Children’s Literature in the University: New Perspectives and Challenges for the Future. Journal of Literary Education, (4), 1-5. https://doi.org/10.7203/JLE.4.21403
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