Teach and Learn
What are we learning about how people develop as digital writers? What does that mean for us as teachers?
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This collection pulls together the research by Josyln Young. Young "wanted to figure out more about what teaching, learning, and pedagogy look like beyond the classroom" and studied young producers at the Philadelphia Student Union and Chester Voices for Change and how they learn and master skills in media production.
How do teachers get started? What can we learn from the digital journey of other educators? The resources here function both as stories of teachers who struggled and figured something out and as examples you might start with in your own classroom.
More Collections in Teach/Learn
Popular Culture 2.0
Popular culture in the 21st Century is rapidly changing the ways consumers and producers interact.
|Collected by Antero Garcia Cliff Lee|
Civic Deliberation and Social Action
Political blogs, special interest websites, TV talk shows, and talk radio—too many fuel a rhetoric of name-calling, half-truths, and us vs. them...
|Collected by Anne Herrington & Charlie Moran|
Addressing Copyright and Fair Use in the Classroom
Right click. Copy. Paste. Save image as.Is it free for the taking? Or am I breaking the law? Teach and learn about fair use with the...
|Collected by Erin Wilkey Oh|
Jenkins, et al. (2007) characterize today's society as one based on participation, using the term "participatory culture" to describe how we...
|Collected by Dave Boardman|
A Whole New Mind: Education for the 21st Century
Newsflash: The Information Age, which favored the left brain, is over, according to Daniel Pink in his revolutionary new book, A Whole New...
|Collected by Stephanie Vanderslice|