writing

Keywords: digital writing
Published in the fall 2005 edition of the online scholarly journal, Kairos, "Why Teach Digital Writing?", provides a primer on thinking about the pedagogy of teaching and the practice of doing writing using the multiplicity of new media and social media available to students. What makes this resource unique is that it is one part treatise on the merits and benefits of rethinking writing in a...
"Students consistently told us that 'really good' or 'the best' writing is writing that is performative, that makes something happen in the world" The Stanford Study of Writing tracked the development of writing practices of Stanford students during their undergraduate and early post-graduate years in a longitudinal study that took place over the course of a five-year period. The researchers were...
"As a learning community, we replayed these conversations many times to notice how smart our brains were as we named each others' wonders, predictions, connections, inferences, and theories embedded in the saved conversations." This video documents my work supporting students to use digital voice recorders for "book talks" that allowed them to be active participants in their own processes of...

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