“Writing today,” say the authors of Because Digital Writing Matters, “is pervasively and generally digital; composed with digital tools; created out of word, image, sound, and motion; circulated in digital environments; and consumed across a wide range of digital platforms.” Many teachers are wondering, however, whether digital writing can align with the ELA strand of the Common Core State Standards, now adopted by 45 states and DC.
"This resource highlights Chapter 3 from Teacher Research for Better Schools, by Marian M. Mohr, et al. A group of experienced K-12 teachers and teacher-consultants from the Northern Virginia Writing Project worked together for several years to improve their own teaching. Their research into their practice reverberated throughout their school system and influenced how their schools were run."
"Summary: Every day, more and more people are using well-known social media sites. How can these popular resources be used for good in the classroom? National Writing Project teachers share how they've used Twitter in their classrooms as a means of teaching writing."
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