Tag Archives: Digital Literacy

A Year-Long Partnership with the CRWP and Veterans Memorial Library in Mt. Pleasant

This post is the first in a series about 2016-17 partnerships between the CRWP and various school administrators, community librarians, and other educational leaders.   Last January, the CRWP asked a hand-selected group of school administrators, community librarians, and other … Continue reading

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From Teacher to Digital Facilitator

“Your room has a really different feel to it this year,” my principal said the other day with a smile on her face.  In reflecting upon that statement, I have to admit that it’s true.   My digital journey started … Continue reading

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Teachers Teaching Teachers About Technology: Conference on Digital Writing

Building on the success of the 4T (Teachers Teaching Teachers about Technology) Virtual Conference, this October will see the launch of a new, satellite conference, the 4T Virtual Conference on Digital Writing. Using the abbreviation “4TDW” for its hashtag, this … Continue reading

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From Flipped to Blended

After having a year of flipped instruction under my belt and absorbing all of the student feedback that I received (see my 2nd blog post in the series from last summer, “Flipping English Classrooms: Grammar Instruction”), I have taken time to … Continue reading

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Guiding Student Writers as They Work with Digital Tools

If asking students to develop their voice, stamina, and range of techniques as writers isn’t hard enough, we now have a variety of devices, websites, and apps that students want to use in order to enhance their writing. From Google … Continue reading

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