One California teacher uses Twitter to increase class participation and help students focus their ideas. Advertisements
Students in DePaul University’s Writing, Rhetoric, and Discourse 205: The History of Literacy write twice-weekly blog posts and comment on Continue reading
Kim Jaxon, Anthony Miranda, and Sarah Macie Skipwith offer pedagogical thoughts and detailed lesson plans on Youth Blogging: Tutoring as Collaboration Continue reading
Not surprisingly, the National Writing Project has an amazing resource and community focused on writing and new media: Digital|is.
Shelly Wright’s reflections on “Life in a Inquiry Driven, Technology-Embedded, Connected Classroom: English” include lots of creative ways to use Continue reading
For some examples of how high school teachers are using blogs (on different blogging platforms, by the way…) check out Continue reading
Troy Hicks, of Central Michigan University, writes the wonderful and resource-rich blog Digital Writing, Digital Teaching.
Richard Beach’s most recent work is the eBook Using iPad and iPhone Apps for Learning with Literacy Across the Curriculum. Beach has Continue reading