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Assessing Digital Writing: Looking Closely at Student Work

This collection highlights six case studies centered on evidence the authors have uncovered through teacher inquiry and structured conversations about students’ digital writing. Beginning with a digital writing sample, each teacher offers an analysis of a student’s work and a reflection on how collaborative assessment affected his or her teaching. Because the authors include teachers from kindergarten to college, this book provides opportunities for vertical discussions of digital writing development, as well as grade-level conversations about high-quality digital writing.

Our book—Assessing Students' Digital Writing: Protocols for Looking Closely—includes an introduction and conclusion, written by Hicks, that provides context for the inquiry group’s work and recommendations for assessment of digital writing.

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Collected by Troy Hicks
on May 13 2015

Resources in this collection

Looking with the heart: Celebrating the human in the digital
Start the Conversation: Why Does Digital Writing Matter?
Extending Writing Through Augmented Reality
Wondering in Room 114
Nurturing Middle School Readers Through Reviews and Book Trailers
“Seize the Day” - Finding Voice by Creating Public Service Announcements
Chocolate and Change: Gaming for Social Justice
Remix & Remediate: Social Composing for More than Just the Web