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'The College Writing Toolkit' | Inside Higher Ed

'The College Writing Toolkit' | Inside Higher Ed | Scriveners' Trappings | Scoop.it

Interview with authors of this new book, Martha Pennington and Pauline Burton.

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Aids and resources for creators and teachers of writing, interactive fiction, digital stories, and transmedia
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Get the Hemingway Editor for Mac and PC

Get the Hemingway Editor for Mac and PC | Scriveners' Trappings | Scoop.it
Tighten Up Your Prose

The Hemingway Editor cuts the dead weight from your writing. It highlights wordy sentences in yellow and more egregious ones in red.

Keep It Simple

Hemingway helps you write with power and clarity by highlighting adverbs, passive voice, and dull, complicated words.

 

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For 20 bucks, this app will polish up your writing so it reads better than a Ph.D. dissertation. Really, it's very good and well worth the investment. I almost never recommend an app that is not free. This one's an exception!

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​Engineers, Recruiters and Professors Weigh In: Future Programmers Need Writing Skills, Too - EdSurge News

​Engineers, Recruiters and Professors Weigh In: Future Programmers Need Writing Skills, Too - EdSurge News | Scriveners' Trappings | Scoop.it
Coding and computer science have yet to make their way into every school curriculum in the U.S. But the country isn’t short on initiatives—such as Google’s Code Next program or the White House’s Obama era Computer Science For All campaign—which aim to change that.

And while these programs attempt to arm students will the ability to code, they sometimes overlook a critical skill that developers, computer science scholars and tech recruiters say is key to landing a job in their field: writing.

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5 creative storytelling projects recommended by teachers, for everyone

5 creative storytelling projects recommended by teachers, for everyone | Scriveners' Trappings | Scoop.it
Stories are powerful. Stories shape our ideas about what’s possible. What stories will your students choose to tell about the world? To expand your classroom toolkit of storytelling resources, try …

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Some Very Good Writing Apps for Teachers and Students curated by educators' technology

Some Very Good Writing Apps for Teachers and Students curated by educators' technology | Scriveners' Trappings | Scoop.it
Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education

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Assigning More Writing—With Less Grading

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Writing is complicated. Depending on the study you read, strong writing requires a mastery of 28, 34, or 47 distinct skills. The fact that researchers can’t even agree on how many traits go into writing illustrates just how complicated it is.

That makes the teaching of writing really complicated—writing teachers need to understand this complex skill and find a way to pass it on to 140 or more students, each with his or her own blend of prior knowledge, writing ability, and motivation.

Faced with such a Herculean task, writing teachers need to be as efficient and effective as possible. The good news is that a number of best practices have emerged in recent years that allow writing teachers to significantly improve their practice without adding more hours to already overfilled days. Here are four of the most impactful.
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10 Ways to Teach Argument-Writing With The New York Times

10 Ways to Teach Argument-Writing With The New York Times | Scriveners' Trappings | Scoop.it

Free webinar with Nicholas Kristof on Oct. 10. Will be archived after the live session.

 

"How can writing change people’s understanding of the world? How can it influence public opinion? How can it lead to meaningful action?

In this post, which accompanies our Oct. 10 webinar, Write to Change the World: Crafting Persuasive Pieces With Help from Nicholas Kristof and the Times Op-Ed Page, we round up the best pieces we’ve published over the years about how to use the riches of The Times’s Opinion section to teach and learn.

We’ve sorted the ideas — many of them from teachers — into two sections. The first helps students do close-readings of editorials and Op-Eds, as well as Times Op-Docs, Op-Art and editorial cartoons. The second suggests ways for students to discover their own voices on the issues they care about. We believe they, too, can “write to change the world.”

Join our webinar (live on Oct. 10 or on-demand after) to learn more, and let us know in the comments how you teach these important skills."

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There's so much here for teachers to explore! 

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Peer Review of Writing - ReadWriteThink

Peer Review of Writing - ReadWriteThink | Scriveners' Trappings | Scoop.it

"This strategy guide explains how you can employ peer review in your classroom, guiding students as they offer each other constructive feedback to improve their writing and communication skills.
 
"Peer review refers to the many ways in which students can share their creative work with peers for constructive feedback and then use this feedback to revise and improve their work. For the writing process, revision is as important as drafting, but students often feel they cannot let go of their original words. By keeping an audience in mind and participating in focused peer review interactions, students can offer productive feedback, accept constructive criticism, and master revision. This is true of other creative projects, such as class presentations, podcasts, or blogs. Online tools can also help to broaden the concept of “peers.”

Real literacy happens in a community of people who can make meaningful connections. Peer review facilitates the type of social interaction and collaboration that is vital for student learning."

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How Not to Screw Up Your Creative Mojo – The Mission – Medium

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Creative work is as challenging as it is engaging. Remarkably creative work is the only way to stand out in a fiercely competitive marketplace. But it comes at a cost. Dale Carnegie once said,…

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James Baldwin: "A Talk to Teachers"

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Click on the headline or image above to be taken to the full text of Baldwin's 1963 "Talk to Teachers," a consideration of the posture to be taken in the education of black (and also white) children in America. It is chilling to contemplate how completely contemporary is this piece that appeared 54 years ago. -JL


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8 Ways Digital Storytelling Transforms Learning in 21st Century Education: The Research Evidence

8 Ways Digital Storytelling Transforms Learning in 21st Century Education: The Research Evidence | Scriveners' Trappings | Scoop.it

How Digital Storytelling Transforms Education: Research Findings 

"In the following paragraphs we summarize eight ways that illustrate the transformative impact of digital storytelling for learning based on comparing findings from a number of empirical studies (e.g. Dreon, Kerper, & Landis 2011; Malita & Martin 2010; Robin 2008; Smeda, Dakich & Nalin Sharda 2014; Yang & Wu 2012) that were conducted in the last decade. "

 

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Excellent recap of the research on Digital Storytelling. A must read!

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Digital Portfolios and Blogs: Use Authentic Technology, Not Technology Made for School - Cooper on Curriculum

Digital Portfolios and Blogs: Use Authentic Technology, Not Technology Made for School - Cooper on Curriculum | Scriveners' Trappings | Scoop.it
Student publishing is a topic Erin Murphy and I explore in-depth in Hack 10 of our upcoming book, Hacking Project Based Learning! (Update – The book is now available here!) Currently in my district we’ve had some preliminary talks regarding if/how digital portfolios could be implemented on a wide-scale. Of course, while the focus shouldn’t necessarily …

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Give your students an authentic voice! 
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Formative Assessment and Writing:  A Meta-Analysis: The Elementary School Journal: Vol 115, No 4

Formative Assessment and Writing:  A Meta-Analysis: The Elementary School Journal: Vol 115, No 4 | Scriveners' Trappings | Scoop.it
To determine whether formative writing assessments that are directly tied to everyday classroom teaching and learning enhance students’ writing performance, we conducted a meta-analysis of true and quasi-experiments conducted with students in grades 1 to 8. We found that feedback to students about writing from adults, peers, self, and computers statistically enhanced writing quality, yielding average weighted effect sizes of 0.87, 0.58, 0.62, and 0.38, respectively. We did not find, however, that teachers’ monitoring of students’ writing progress or implementation of the 6 + 1 Trait Writing model meaningfully enhanced students’ writing. The findings from this meta-analysis provide support for the use of formative writing assessments that provide feedback directly to students as part of everyday teaching and learning. We argue that such assessments should be used more frequently by teachers, and that they should play a stronger role in the Next-Generation Assessment Systems being developed by Smarter Balanced and PARCC.
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Give Young Learners Structured Writing Practice with WritingSparks

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This is a great site for giving structure and adding an element of fun to writing activities, especially if you have a data projector so that students can see the prompts on the screen.
The site has been created by the makers of NightZookeeper and can be used in conjunction with that site or without any login.


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Nik Peachey's curator insight, August 14, 3:54 AM

A blog post about WritingSpark.

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4 Tasks and 4 Tools for Creating Digital Narrative

4 Tasks and 4 Tools for Creating Digital Narrative | Scriveners' Trappings | Scoop.it
Nik Peachey shares a few tools and tasks that you can use to help your students develop their ability to create their own stories through digital media.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, October 5, 9:13 AM

My latest blog post for CUP.

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Una pequeña y breve entrada sobre cuatro herramientas para construir historias de forma más dinámica y visual

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How to Integrate Multimedia and Writing Instruction With VR, Video and Digital Timelines - EdSurge News

The good news is there is an abundance of multimedia resources available that support the creation and sharing of student storytelling products. This short list of tools and teaching suggestions can help educators integrate a variety of writing activities into their instructional designs. All are what I call Push / Pull tools, which teachers use to push content out to students and which students can also use to create content that teachers pull back in.
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Storywars -  Collaborative Tool to Enhance Students Creative Writing via educators' technology

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Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education

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Developing Professional Relationships that Work :: Education Week

Developing Professional Relationships that Work :: Education Week | Scriveners' Trappings | Scoop.it
We must represent ourselves and what we stand for accurately. At any hint of duplicity, relationships immediately go south. Those of us who are called to teaching have an internal compass that leads us to our core values and beliefs. It is key to remain true to ourselves while also finding mutual understanding with others. The struggle is figuring out how to keep our "true north," while creating an environment where others can do likewise. Even teachers who are staunch Republicans and Democrats can successfully work together if they focus on their shared values instead of becoming divided over their differences.

These guiding principles empowered me to establish a harmonious relationship with my most recent supervisor. Over the course of the conferences and observations, we were able to cultivate a dynamic, learning-focused conversation about improving both my teaching practice and her supervisory skills. Although she has since moved on to another school, we remain in contact as trusted colleagues.

When I asked Principal Chapman what characteristics she would find in her education "dream team," she responded instantly that they would be "critical friends with a diverse array of skills and experiences." Critical friendships are sustained by authenticity, two-way trust, and mutual respect—all of which need to be intentionally initiated, activated, and cultivated.
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Writing & Discussion Activities to Promote Awareness of Fake News

Writing & Discussion Activities to Promote Awareness of Fake News | Scriveners' Trappings | Scoop.it
A blog about the use of educational technology in language learning and teaching

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How to Integrate Multimedia and Writing Instruction With VR, Video and Digital Timelines - EdSurge News

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"Educator Glenn Wiebe says “there is an abundance of multimedia resources available that support the creation and sharing of student storytelling.” In this piece, he spotlights three teachers and the tech tools they are using to incorporate video, virtual reality and digital timelines into writing instruction."

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Peer Editing: Student Voice in Writing

Peer Editing: Student Voice in Writing | Scriveners' Trappings | Scoop.it

"As a 6th grade writing teacher, I used peer editing to help students find voice in the editing process and decide for themselves and with each other what needed adjusting and enhancing in their writing process. 

Here's how to set it up: 

1. Norms: Set up strong norms around what it means to be an editor. These norms should come from the students with your guidance! 

2. Guideposts:  Brainstorm with students categories for useful feedback. For example, feedback could fall into categories such as "I liked when..."  and "Some suggestions for improvement are ..." and "Vocabulary words I loved were/Vocabulary words I thought could be improved..." Also, share how to make edits for quick grammatical fixes. 

3. Intentional Grouping:  Strategically pair students with each other based on different or similar strengths. This helps students learn from and with each other. 

Important to know: 

Spend a lesson on what strong constructive feedback really looks like. Model it.  Have other students model it.  This has learning benefits across all subjects and help students be productive and supportive collaborators. "

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The Inktober Challenge Quinn Rollins @jedikermit

The Inktober Challenge Quinn Rollins @jedikermit | Scriveners' Trappings | Scoop.it
 Art Teachers: This was made for y'all. Depending on where you are in your curriculum, pen-and-ink might not be the kind of exercise you'd do as a formal classroom assignment, but it could still be a great way to stretch your students. I know some artists who design a character (an alien? a pumpkin?) or pick a character to draw doing all of the #Inktober prompts. How would you have your alien doing "Swift?" "Squeak?" "Cloud?" "Mysterious?" ...or have them pick a favorite universe to draw in. Harry Potter, Star Wars, Adventure Time -- and have them still do the #Inktober prompts

 Not-Art-Teachers: First of all, you should be. I should be. Finding ways to bring art into the classroom is a great way to engage kids who aren't engaged with some of our other go-to tools. But if you're so hooked on your curriculum that the #Inktober list of prompts seems like it would be inappropriate for what you're doing, come up with a list of 31 prompts that are within your curriculum. Connect it to the Bill of Rights. States of Matter. Digestive System. I don't know. Maybe look at the #Inktober list for inspiration, and then find a side door from those prompts into your own content. If 31 days seems excessive, just do it for one week -- see what your students come up with.

 

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These prompts are excellent for writing as well.


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The Effect of Creating Digital Storytelling on Secondary School Students' Academic Achievement, Self Efficacy Perceptions and Attitudes Toward Physics

The Effect of Creating Digital Storytelling on Secondary School Students' Academic Achievement, Self Efficacy Perceptions and Attitudes Toward Physics | Scriveners' Trappings | Scoop.it

"The purpose of this study is to examine the effect of Digital Storytelling (DST) on the (a) academic achievement, (b) attitude towards physics and (c) self efficacy perception of secondary school students. This study consists of an experimental group and a comparison group which are formed by equal number of students. The six-weeks study adopted a pretest and posttest experimental design involving 64 students in two physics classes taught by the same teacher. Digital story telling was additionally applied in experimental group. Nonparametric Tests have been used in the data analysis. Our findings indicate that DST participants performed significantly better than comparison group participants in terms of physics achievement. While in comparison group students‟ self-efficacy perceptions and attitudes toward physics decreased, in experimental group there was not any difference. "
The Effect of Creating Digital Storytelling on Secondary School Students' Academic Achievement, Self Efficacy Perceptions and Attitudes Toward Physics (PDF Download Available). Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/312128678_The_Effect_of_Creating_Digital_Storytelling_on_Secondary_School_Students%27_Academic_Achievement_Self_Efficacy_Perceptions_and_Attitudes_Toward_Physics [accessed Sep 28, 2017].

 

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Positive impact of Digital Storytelling on high school physics students!


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Digital storytelling is incredibly popular given the proliferation of new technologies. This paper discusses its use from the perspective of secondary students’ academic achievement, attitudes towards physics and self-efficacy perception. The findings from the experimental pretest and posttest design elicited important insights. DST participants seemed to benefit in terms of their physics performance. Students’ self-efficacy perceptions and attitudes towards physics did not show alteration for the experimental group.

 

Overall it appears that digital storytelling has a positive effect on learning and therefore more research is needed to explore and contribute to the field specifically in relation to critical, reflective and creative thinking and learning motivation and students’ engagement.

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Digital Storytelling on Secondary School Students' Academic Achievement
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Multimodality, creativity and children’s meaning making: drawings, writings, imaginings. (PDF Download Available)

Multimodality, creativity and children’s meaning making: drawings, writings, imaginings. (PDF Download Available) | Scriveners' Trappings | Scoop.it
This paper uses a case study of the drawings, early writings and imaginative role play of two children to illustrate how children use a variety of modes to make meaning in ways that are creative and beyond the design and expectation of adults. It aims to valorise the kinds of practices in which children routinely engage but which are often overlooked and de-valued by adults, both parents and teachers.

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Stephania Savva, Ph.D's curator insight, July 26, 5:31 PM
Exploring multimodal meaning making in children's drawings, play and writings.

Also of interest my thesis on multiliteracies and technology- enhanced, museum learning practices:

Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, September 26, 2:29 PM
What children play at and create through art and writing can give us insight into what interests them.
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Multimodality,
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Research-Based Writing Practices and the Common Core: Meta-analysis and Meta-synthesis: The Elementary School Journal: Vol 115, No 4

Research-Based Writing Practices and the Common Core: Meta-analysis and Meta-synthesis: The Elementary School Journal: Vol 115, No 4 | Scriveners' Trappings | Scoop.it
In order to meet writing objectives specified in the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), many teachers need to make significant changes in how writing is taught. While CCSS identified what students need to master, it did not provide guidance on how teachers are to meet these writing benchmarks. The current article presents research-supported practices that can be used to meet CCSS writing objectives in kindergarten to grade 8. We identified these practices by conducting a new meta-analysis of writing intervention studies, which included true and quasi-experiments, as well as single-subject design studies. In addition, we conducted a meta-synthesis of qualitative studies examining the practices of exceptional literacy teachers. Studies in 20 previous reviews served as the data source for these analyses. The recommended practices derived from these analyses are presented within a framework that takes into account both the social contextual and cognitive/motivational nature of writing.
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Starting Your Day on the Internet Is Damaging Your Brain by Srinivas Rao

Starting Your Day on the Internet Is Damaging Your Brain by Srinivas Rao | Scriveners' Trappings | Scoop.it
I’ve said before the first 3 hours of your day can dictate how your life turns out. And this often begins with the very first thing that you decide to put in your brain. You can either start you day with junk food for the brain (the internet, distracting apps, etc) or you can start the day with healthy food for the brain (reading, meditation, journaling, exercising, etc). When you start the day with junk food for the brain, you put yourself at a self imposed handicap that inhibits your ability to get into flow and prevents you from doing deep work. When you start the day with health food for your brain, the exact opposite happens.

 

"Anytime I start my day with junk food for the brain, the quality of the day goes down. I’m less happy, focused, and productive. I spend a ton of time on the internet and don’t get any real work done. But if I start my day with health food for the brain, I find that my mood is better, I’m happier, more focused and productive."

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I really need to read this entire post and think about making some changes... Jim Lerman, thank you for the wake-up call (literally),
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