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Clint Heitz

Writing Process Animation - YouTube - 14 views

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    Hand-drawing animated video explaining the writing process. This is shaped around blogging, but it is also applicable elsewhere.
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    Great video for explaining the writing process. It's focused on blogging, but applicable elsewhere.
Mark Gleeson

Overview | Pew Internet & American Life Project - 29 views

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    Interesting discussion of survey results regarding the impact of digital tools on writing. The question for me is: what is making the greater impact the digital tool or our progress in adapting our writing curriculum to match the current state of how language is presented to and consumed by our students?
Tricia Hunt

How to Teach with Technology: Language Arts | Edutopia - 69 views

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      Never thought about letting kids "free blog" when they have a question!  Love that idea!
  • respond to a prompt on the blog for homework
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      I LOVE Photostory!  In the advent of Animoto and Voicethread I have COMPLETELY forgotten about how easy it is to use!
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  • VoiceThread is collaborative slide show software that allows users to contribute audio, images, and video.
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      Just used voice thread in my last online course and could totally see how commenting back and forth on the different images is AWESOME!
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    Interesting perspectives and ideas about how to incorporate technology in the language arts classroom, but could easily extend beyond that
Steve Ransom

The Impact of Digital Tools on Student Writing and How Writing is Taught in Schools | P... - 82 views

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    Asked to assess their students' performance on nine specific writing skills, teachers tended to rate their students "good" or "fair" as opposed to "excellent" or "very good." Students received the best ratings on their ability to "effectively organize and structure writing assignments" and their ability to "understand and consider multiple viewpoints on a particular topic or issue." Teachers gave students the lowest ratings when it comes to "navigating issues of fair use and copyright in composition" and "reading and digesting long or complicated texts."
Ellen Anderson

OpenDyslexic - 61 views

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    Open Dyslexic is a free font based on research about dyslexia that is designed to improve readability on screen and in print for dyslexic students.
Mark Gleeson

Writing Prodigy or not, this is also about expectations, support and technology - 77 views

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    In this blog post, the story of Adora Svitak, the now 14 year old literacy prodigy is discussed in light of how her experiences growing up could be applied to developing every child's writing skills. The blog post challenges how we teach writing, how parents and teachers need to both support the learning of and expect more from children and how we need to develop good learning habits. 
Sandy Munnell

Teaching and Learning: Using iPads in the Classroom | Edutopia - 158 views

  • Most students today would be classified as bodily-kinesthetic learners.
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      Why?  What has changed and if this is true, what are the implications in the classroom when most teachers are visual/auditory learners?
    • Sandy Munnell
       
      I would agree - making this assumption leads to other assumptions that have no scientific basis. It's a reaction to a supposed change in student learning behaviors. But it is the kind of statement that let's technology advocates jump on the bandwagon and sell their technology.
  • An app called Field Notes LT not only allows students to take copious notes of their observations, it attaches the date, time, GPS location and photographs of what is observed. These notes can be instantly shared, collaborated, and published in the field.
  • Perhaps a better question is what would I do with them that I could not do with other tools that are available and cheaper?
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    This article explores various iPad apps that could "transform" the classroom.  
Randolph Hollingsworth

iPad as a tool for Global Health fieldwork research | Center for Instructional Technology - 46 views

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    multidisciplinary course - using iPads for fieldwork: background research, observation notetaking via text and voice, interviews, surveys, writing/syncing notes
Randolph Hollingsworth

Using the iPad to edit and annotate documents | Center for Instructional Technology - 116 views

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    using iAnnotate to help students work on writing French
Randolph Hollingsworth

EReading Pilot Project - The iPad and Reading and Writing Practices | Center for Instru... - 83 views

  • writing happens across long lengths of time, in little pockets of thinking, and that the little notes and ideas one may jot down at random times throughout a day are just as significant as those moments of longer, sustained writing. In a way, then, the iPad encouraged me as a writer to capture my thoughts in a succinct way and let them percolate for a while until I had time to expand, abandon, or adapt them later at my computer.
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    Denise Comer, Writing Program, with Kenneth Rogerson, Public Policy, and Rebecca Vidra, Environment, examined the pedagogies of integrating ereading technologies into writing intensive courses - preliminary findings are that scholarly reading is easier (notetaking easy) but extensive writing is not convenient... posits that we may be defining "writing" too rigidly
tab_ras

Views: Technology and Teaching - Inside Higher Ed - 43 views

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    Is it a given that technology enhances the acts of writing, as it does the arts and sciences of film-making, design, engineering, data collection and analyses, and so forth? What about the teaching and learning of writing?
Glenda Baker

Blog, Tweet, Design: Student Journalists Go Far Beyond Writing | MindShift - 48 views

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    Article discussing shift in journalism courses (college level) and student expectations. Similar k-12?
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    It's like there are two types of people- those who are online and those who are not? I know that's glib and endless permutations exist but It's such an interesting chasm for in my mind I assume the future generations will all be on the same page with tech but then probably technology will always be moving on leaving a similar gap between users of the older tools compared with users of the newer? It's the disruptive nature of these tools that have lead to the need to focus on the technology rather than the written content. Journos need to curate not write content. The two worlds are overlapping but not really aligning.
Steve Ransom

Middle School Students Find Their Voice with Digital Cameras | Edutopia - 90 views

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    Wow... a must read. When technology is used in powerful ways to make learning and thinking about the world relevant, great things happen!
Steve Fulton

Teaching with Technology in the Middle: Research Writing 101, 2.0! - 119 views

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    A blog about a teacher's experience with using Diigo and other web tools to facilitate student's research writing.
Richard Miller

text2cloud - 63 views

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    Text2cloud is a collaborative effort to explore idea-driven writing with the web imagined as the primary destination. Engaging with the end of privacy, school violence, censorship, and the transformation of literacy, text2cloud aims to spur similar uses of multimedia for reflection, meditation, deliberation, and speculation--in sum, the introspective arts on associates with the life of the mind.
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    Threads on campus violence, how the loss of privacy in the digital age is transforming life on campus, and how public life is changed by the proliferation of concealed cameras. Navigational makeover introduced to improve reading experience. Feedback welcome.
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