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.
- C&W 2017 Reviews Overview
- Apply to become a Sweetland DRC Graduate Fellow!
- Rhetoricity Roundtable Discussion: An Introduction and Reflection
- C&W 2017 DRC Mini-Workshop Reflection
- C&W Workshop 4: We Wrote an E-book (in First-Year Composition!) and Your Students Can Too
- C&W Town Hall 2: (Re)Generation: Creating Spaces to Wander
- C&W Session I2: Preserving Spaces of Wonder in an Age of Surveillance: Getting Started with Digital Cryptography
- C&W Keynote 1: Techne Needs Praxis
- C&W Session H8: Ums, Oohs, and Ohms: Crafting Voices and Spaces through Rhetoric and Resistance
- C&W Session F1: Critical Making As Emergent Techne
- C&W Session E9: Technologies – Digital Tools, FYC and Ethical Implications, LMS Practical Pointers
- C&W Session E4: Wondering Aloud: Can (How Can) Podcasts Actually Be Understood as Scholarly Work?
- C&W Session B11: Life of the Networked Body
- C&W Session G6: Establishing Spaces of Wonder: Participation and Advocacy Online, On the Ground, and in the Classroom
- Review of GRN: Graduate Research Network
- C&W Session D7: Service Learning/Civic Engagement: Hashtags, archives, and cultural techniqes of activists