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Rhondda Powling

Tools that Make Writing Easier for Students - Instructional Tech Talk - 3 views

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    "It's not easy to teach students to handle the process of academic writing. Instead of providing vague guidelines and leaving the students to complete papers on their own, teachers should inspire them to come up with ideas, organize them and stick with proper vocabulary when writing the discussion. In this post EdTech lists some tools might be able to help:"
Rhondda Powling

6 Collaborative Social Tools and Platforms for Better Writing and Collaboration - Emerg... - 1 views

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    "Collaborative, socially-enabled tools can provide excellent opportunities for practice, assessment, better writing, and better communication. In this post are some good collaborative web apps and resources, with social functionality, that can play a valuable role in classroom lessons and assignments:"
Rhondda Powling

Teaching Writing With Technology? Blogging, Blogging, Blogging - 3 views

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    Helping students to cultivate the skills needed for writing is often about cultivating a love of writing. Every student needs to be able to express themselves clearly, concisely and intelligently, whatever they are going to end up doing in later life. "The best way to help them develop those skills is to make writing personal and give them a vested interest in communication. Blogs have become one of the most popular website formats in recent years. Blogging websites have become the essential ways for many people to broadcast their personal stories, challenges and insights. This has created both a new generation of budding writers as well as a generation with a keen interest in the stories of others. Blogging offers an immersive experience. Students are simply encouraged to begin a blog chronicling their life story or a subject that ignites their interest. That's when the skills are picked up and developed as a matter of course. The initial blogging assignment should be simple, but at the same time offer a bit of a challenge." Post offers some useful advice about blogging.
Rhondda Powling

Learning About Blogs FOR Your Students- Part III: Commenting | Langwitches Blog - 1 views

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    Blogging with students - stepping it up to blogging-commenting
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