Teach and Learn
What are we learning about how people develop as digital writers? What does that mean for us as teachers?
Latest Teach/Learn Collections
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
Youth Blogging: Tutoring as Collaboration & Co-Authoring
For educators and parents, blogs can be tools for providing their students with relevant, purposeful, and connective writing and learning...
|Collected by Kim Jaxon|
Teaching in the Digital Writing Workshop
Released in 2009, The Digital Writing Workshop (Heinemann)...
|Collected by Troy Hicks|
Learning to Sound One’s Barbaric Yawp!
This collection considers the tension associated with helping students find their voices as communicators and make their messages public.
|Collected by Katherine Frank|
In November 2009, I had the honor and privilege of speaking to a group of NWP leaders, teachers, consultants, and friends at a convening for the...
|Collected by Danielle Nicole DeVoss|
Writing for a Worldwide Stage: Voice and Audience in Digital Media Production
This collection highlights three of the many excellent resources tagged voice and audience on the Digital Is website. Important...
|Collected by Peggy Marconi|