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Invention Strategies: From the Classical Writing Process to Computer-Mediated Class Process

Invention Strategies: From the Classical Writing Process to Computer-Mediated Class Process | English Language Issues | Scoop.it

The paper brings together the invention strategies introduced in Emig (1971), Elbow (1973, 1981), and Murray’s (1982) work. The paper then discusses briefly Vygotsky’s (1978) concept of ZPD and what it means and adds to invention strategies in the writing class. The last section of this paper will look into the use of computers and networks in the invention stage.


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Research-Based Unit and Lesson Planning; Maximizing Student Achievement

Research-Based Unit and Lesson Planning; Maximizing Student Achievement - Read book online. By integrating the best of current research and practice in curriculum planning this book presents that comprehensive topic in a manageable form.
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2012 Learning 2.0 Virtual Conference - August 20 - 24 - Classroom 2.0

2012 Learning 2.0 Virtual Conference - August 20 - 24 - Classroom 2.0 | English Language Issues | Scoop.it
We are pleased to announce the Learning 2.0 Conference, a worldwide virtual event, August 20 - 24, 2012. This free conference is being held online, i…...
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Five Tips for New Teachers to Become Connected Educators

Five Tips for New Teachers to Become Connected Educators | English Language Issues | Scoop.it
This month, the U.S. Department of Education kicked off Connected Educator Month, with engaging keynotes, panel discussions, book chats, and more. During this month, educators in the U.S.
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Teaching Strategies transform the future

Teaching Strategies transform the future | English Language Issues | Scoop.it
Alex is changing the landscape of education one child at a time.  “Not to recognize is not to educate”.  Keep up the great work Alex! (Alex is transforming the landscape of teaching one child at a time!
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Concept Map Assessments

Concept Map Assessments | English Language Issues | Scoop.it

Concept map was developed by Joseph Novak based on the cognitive theories of David Ausubel (Assimilation Theory) who stressed the importance of prior knowledge in order to gain deep learning on new concepts. So by understanding what you already knew, and relating new concepts to what you knew, meaningful deep learning can easily occur.


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10 Ways to Plan a Student-Centered Lesson that Will Get them (and You!) Excited | New Teacher Resource Coaching Center

10 Ways to Plan a Student-Centered Lesson that Will Get them (and You!) Excited | New Teacher Resource Coaching Center | English Language Issues | Scoop.it
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Teaching Excellence and Achievement (TEA) Program

Teaching Excellence and Achievement (TEA) Program | English Language Issues | Scoop.it
The Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program (TEA) provides outstanding secondary school teachers of English as a Foreign Language (EFL), social studies, math and science with unique opportunities to develop expertise in their subject areas,...
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2nd Annual International Conference on Language, Literature & Linguistics - Home

2nd Annual International Conference on Language, Literature & Linguistics - Home | English Language Issues | Scoop.it
This conference aims to provide a platform for academics and researchers to deliberate, network and present their research findings on language, literature and linguistics.
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