Two weeks ago, we hosted a Twitter Chat, in concert with our most recent blog carnival, on Digital Writing in K-12 Communities. We were joined by, among others, Literacy Coach Amber White from North Branch Area Schools in Michigan. Last Spring, we interviewed her and other teachers about their work with Digital Learning Day – in this Twitter Chat, she offers more insights on bringing digital composition into the secondary education classroom. If you missed the chat, you can read the storify below. Be sure to check out the rest of our series in the Digital Writing in K-12 Communities blog carnival.
- Wrap Up for “Material and Digital Rhetorics: Openings for Feminist Action”
- Altar to the Women of Rhetoric: Día de Muertos Altars as a Material Rhetorical Practice for Shifting the History of Rhetoric
- SlutWalk on Digital Media: A New Materialist Reworking of Women’s Identity
- Let’s Hear It for the Girls!
- Entangled Frames: New Materialist Feminism and Queer Archives
- Planners as Feminist Technology
- Creating Decolonial Spaces of Puerto Rican Activism on Facebook
- Adopting Critical Ethical Practices in Research on Gender and Embodiment
- Openness, Theories of Writing, and Coding Robots
- The Body Image: Selfies, SkinneePix, and Our Malleable Digital Bodies
- The rhetoric and technology of collaboration: How digital technologies transform our collaborative work and pedagogy
- WebEx: Flexible video conferencing for large-group collaboration
- Facebook Messenger: Distraction or collaborative tool?
- Scalar: Open-source authoring for born-digital scholarship
- join.me: A collaborative mainstay in industry with potential uses in transformative, ecologically minded collaborations
- Digital Rhetoric Beyond the Screen: A Virtual Roundtable on Wearable & Embodied Technologies