#DRCchat on Twitter – Digital Writing in K-12 Communities

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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.

(As of 2/2/2018 this storify has been archived and shared below. “Protected tweets” will show up as a link instead to the tweet as opposed to an image.)

https://twitter.com/neilfsimpkins/status/666273562265710597

https://twitter.com/neilfsimpkins/status/666414480562130945

https://twitter.com/PaulaMMiller/status/666413955989028864

https://twitter.com/PaulaMMiller/status/666413424432295936

https://twitter.com/neilfsimpkins/status/666417961675067392

https://twitter.com/neilfsimpkins/status/666420038807613440

https://twitter.com/neilfsimpkins/status/666421016285982721

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Paula is a PhD graduate fellow at The Ohio State University studying rhetoric, composition, and literacy. Her research interests lie at the intersection of writing centers and multiliteracies. You can visit her online at paula-miller.com

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