The Literate Voice of the Drum: A Language Surrogate for the Ages
This study will examine the earliest appearance of the Word and its nexus to the speech mode of drumming and cross-cultural literacy practices.
||Language Acquisition and Maintenance, Literacy Transformation, Ethnomusicology, Cultural Studies, Multicultral Education, Semiotics, Cross-Cultural Education, Education, Bilingual Education
International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 5, pp.103-112.
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Dr. Gaines is a full Professor of Education and serves as chairperson for the Childhood Education Program, Manhattan campus, in the Education Department at Boricua College, New York. Professor Gaines earned his undergraduate and master's degrees at Queens College, New York, while also attending the University of Madrid and Seville in Spain, in the departamento de Filosofia y Letras. He earned his doctoral degree from Teachers College, Columbia University in the Department of International Education with specializations in the areas of Communication and Technology in Education. and Bilingual/Bicultural Education. Dr. Gaines has also presented, written, and published nationally and internationally, numerous articles and papers in the areas of: ethnomusicology, multicultral education, urban education, and literacy.
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