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Delia DeCourcy
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Nov 23 2016

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Conference organizer Delia DeCourcy discusses the intent and activities of the #4TDW conference.
Conference keynote Kevin Hodgson kicks off the conversation with some questions about what constitutes digital writing. 
Kara Clayton talks about the connection between video and building student writing skills.
Dawn Reed, co-director of Michigan's Red Cedar Writing Project discusses ways of rethinking research writing in the ELA classroom.
Amy Quinn explores how to start our youngest students on the path of digital writing.
Oakland Writing Project Teacher Consultant Rick Kreinbring discusses how to use Tumblr to help students find authentic audiences as a means of developing stronger voices, greater engagement, and better writing.
Chippewa River Writing Project Teacher Consultants Janet Neyer and Sharon Murchies share strategies for jumpstarting more authentic research in the ELA classroom.
#4TDW session moderator Karen LaBonte weighs in on the question "what is digital writing?"
Oakland Writing Project Teacher Consultant Jianna Taylor discusses the upsides and challenges of digital writing notebooks and their effect on the writing process.
#4TDW session moderator Karen LaBonte continues her examination of digital writing and how digital tools expand the creative composition process.
Lindsay Stoetzel shares her experience with the powerful intersection of design thinking and teaching digital writing.
Jeremy Hyler, Co-director of the Chippewa River Writing Project, shares strategies for using social media to engage students in grammar study.
Kevin Hodgson, keynote speaker and tech co-director of the Western Massachusetts Writing Project, shares ideas about mentor texts for digital writing.
Bay Area Writing Project Teacher Consultant Ari Dolid explores strategies for collaborative writing in the digital landscape.
Lake Michigan Writing Project Teacher Consultant Amanda Cornwell shares the three different ways she uses blogging with her students and for professional development.
Kevin Hodgson reflects on his #4TDW Closing Keynote "A Day in the Life of a Digital Writer/Educator" and shares his 5 takeaways from the experience.
#4TDW session moderator and attendee Karen LaBonte responds to Kevin Hodgson's closing keynote and extends the conversation about what digital writing is -- or isn't.

4T Virtual Conference on Digital Writing 2016

This collection features posts written by 4T Virtual Conference on Digital Writing (#4TDW) presenters from the 2016 conference. The conference focuses on the research, pedagogy, and tools of writing in digital spaces in the K-12 classroom. Throughout the virtual sessions, participants will explore the complexities of teaching writing in a digital age in which students potentially play the role of writer, multimedia creator, collaborator, publisher, reader/viewer/audience member, and critic during their online engagement both during and outside of school.

This four-day event also provides a space for dialogue between K-12 and university educators about the ways that the teaching of writing is enacted in schools, colleges, workplaces, and communities. The National Writing Project is a conference partner, and many of the presenters for the #4TDW are Writing Project teacher consultants and directors, facts that are reflected in the webinars' design and presenters' approach to teaching digital writing.

Each post in this collection discusses a pedagogical topic or approach related to digital writing that the blogger presented on during his or her webinar. In addition, there is a link to the recorded webinar and associated resources for that particular session. 

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