Playing in Literary Landscapes: Considering Children's Need for Fantasy Literature in the Place-Based Classroom
Are the philosophies and pedagogical practices of literature-based classrooms congruent with place-based classrooms? In this paper, the author argues that not only is imaginative literature compatible with place-based philosophies, but it can become a powerful centerpiece of a curriculum aimed at educating for a sense of place and inspiring life-long readers.
Playing in Literary Landscapes: Considering Children's Need for Fantasy Literature in the Place-Based Classroom.
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