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Teaching Blogging Not Blogs

By Bud Hunt
<p>In preparing for a workshop, teacher blogger Bud Hunt put together a summary of everything that he had learned about blogging, or, as he calls it “connective writing.”</p>
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Towards a new media Expo Night

By Chad Sansing
<p>Chad Sansing reflects on the complementary role played by writing and new media in students’ learning by looking at the student work and reflection. Note that some of the media originally included is no longer available.</p>
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The NWP Multimodal Assessment Project

By Lanette Jimerson
<p>Lanette Jimerson shared her experience with the newly formed NWP Multimodal Assessment Project Committee in 2010-11.</p>
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Our Democracy Educator Toolkit

<p>Activities, ideas, and resources for project-based learning and multimedia production in middle school, high school, and college classrooms.</p>
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The Dilemma of Copyright and Digital Texts

By Joseph Conroy
<p>A guide to properly using copyrighted materials while respecting intellectual property through fair use practices.</p>
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Power Users’ Guide

By Anne Herrington & Charlie Moran
<p>One example of a performance-based self-assessment tool for students engaging with online content, discussions, and multimedia production.</p>
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Voice and Composition: Authenticity Through Digital Literacies

By Dawn Reed
<p>Learn how recording written pieces to audio can help students better understand their writing.</p>
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Discussing the Digital Writing Workshop

By Troy Hicks
<p>These audio recordings, with annotated highlights, showcase teacher-colleagues sharing their ideas about teaching in a digital writing workshop.</p>
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Write Now Teacher Studio

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Where teachers write, share, and talk shop about writing and the teaching of writing

Hosted by the National Writing Project, the Write Now Teacher Studio is an open, online community of educators for educators. It’s a place to write together, examine our teaching, create and refine curricula, and work toward ever more effective and equitable practices to create confident, creative, and critical thinkers and writers in our classrooms and courses.

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