|Item type||Library||Shelving Location||Collection||Call Number||Status||Date Due|
|Book, 21 Days||Main Library||Professional Development Collection||BOOKS - Print books.||LB 1576.7 .T45 2009 (Browse Shelf)||Available|
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Foreword / Elyse Eidman-Aadahl -- Preface / Anne Herrington, Kevin Hodgson, and Charles Moran -- Challenges for writing teachers: evolving technologies and standardized assessment / Anne Herrington and Charles Moran -- Beginning in elementary and middle school -- True adventures of students writing online: mummies, vampires, and schnauzers, oh my! / Marva Solomon -- Collaborative digital writing: the art of writing together using technology / Glen L. Bledsoe -- Digital picture books: from flatland to multimedia / Kevin Hodgson -- Continuing in the secondary grades -- Be a blogger: social networking in the classroom / Paul Allison -- Poetry fusion: integrating video, verbal, and audio texts / Jeffrey Schwartz -- Senior boards: multimedia presentations from yearlong research and community-based culminating projects / Bryan Ripley Crandall -- From the front of the classroom to the ears of the world: multimodal composing in speech class / Dawn Reed and Troy Hicks -- Bridging to the college years -- Scientific writing and technological change: teaching the new story of scientific inquiry / Mya Poe and Julianne Radkowski Opperman -- Student engagement and multimodality: collaboration, schema, identity / Peter Kittle -- Multiple modes of production in a college writing class / Alanna Forst, Julie A. Myatt, and Stephen Smith -- Technology, change, and assessment: what we have learned / Anne Herrington, Kevin Hodgson, and Charles Moran.
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