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This series discovers the ways in which doctoral graduates have been able to successfully navigate throughout the many obstacles to complete the doctoral journey. Each narrative will disseminate notable messages about the circumstances, situations, challenges, feats, etc. experienced prior to, during, and/or following the ‘Doctoral Journey.’
Brill | Sense is pleased to announce a new journal to appear in its publishing program in Education: Implementation and Replication Studies in Mathematics Education. The first issues are planned for 2021 and will become available online and in print.
In this presentation, co-author Ruth Gannon-Cook shows how Engaging Learners with Semiotics defines basic semiotic terms in a non-specialized and jargon-free way. The book also shows example after example of semiotics in everyday activities and events, such as stories, graphics, movies, games, infographics, and educational strategies.