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
Digital Writing and the Common Core
Many teachers are wondering whether digital writing can align with the ELA strand of the Common Core...
|Collected by Christina Cantrill|
Reading and Writing Transmedia
One significant change to ‘Learning in the 21st Century’ comes in the form of “transmedia storytelling,” a process of writing and reading stories...
|Collected by Troy Hicks|
Beyond Words: Meaning in Motion
What happens when we become more deliberate in our thinking about placing text in motion and the direction suggested by the text itself? How does...
|Collected by Katherine Frank|
Getting Started: Finding a Community
With so many programs and tools, the possibilities for using technology in the classroom seem endless. How do you choose which to use? How do you...
|Collected by Felicia George|
English Language Learners, Digital Tools, Authentic Audiences
These resources assume that curricula and teaching approaches for English language learners, as with all learners, should honor students’ own...
|Collected by Anne Herrington & Charlie Moran|