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meaning-making

The efforts made by the friends and family of a person who died unexpectedly to understand the reason for that person’s death, especially if it was a suicide.
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Remix as a form of digital storytelling and of the meaning-making process helped these pre-service teachers, as Becker (2014) described, move away from viewing literacy as "a discrete set of text-based skills to the understanding that literacy is culturally and socially shaped" (p.
Rather, as the perforated and bi-directional arrows featured in Figure 1.1 indicate, these components are interrelated sources for meaning-making. The feedback loop provides the information players need to understand how they are doing.
This approach enables one to see how learners are engaged in language and literacy practices involving meaning-making practices through the new modalities afforded by computer technologies (Kress, 2003; New London Group, 1996).
In Native rhetorical studies and American Indian studies authors/scholars/storytellers have sought to show there is no dividing line between Indigenous meaning-making systems (i.e.
Regarding the relationship between meaning-making and KM, the data-information-knowledge-wisdom (DIKW) hierarchy provides supporting arguments.
Linguistic meaning-making through transformative practice
Thus, the plays discussed in the earlier section of the book are "parables," and they deliberately try to disorient viewers so that they can "reassess their worldviews" (95) and give continuity to this very important human act, i.e., "meaning-making" exercise.
Meaning-making assesses the process of constructing meaning without necessarily deferring to God as an authority figure (sample item: "The worship service helps me make sense of something in my life").
They argued that in less complex meaning-making stages, such as the Interpersonal Balance stage, an individual can be embedded in his or her career performance and may be defined by the career role.
The work of teaching and learning as a meaning-making venture is desired by teachers; however, the terrain of such ventures is foreign and/or only an occasional encounter.
Meaning-making: Therapeutic processes in adult development.