WHAT Writing Process?


NCCE, March 5, 2010 Seattle, WA



Videos from the presentation:


From Will Richardson:
.... I find it fascinating to consider the ways in which social technologies afford all sorts of potentially global, immediate connections around what we write. And I still think that a basic shift here is that we can no longer look at publishing as the final step in the process but see it instead as somewhere in the middle. Maybe even see it as the start of something.
http://weblogg-ed.com/2009/writing-on-the-internet/

From the NCCE website:
Mark Ahlness
third grade teacher,
Arbor Heights Elementary, Seattle Public Schools

Friday, March 5,
9:45 AM - 10:45 AM


Room:
617
The traditional writing process (pre-write, draft, revise, edit, publish) is over. Technology and social media have reshaped that process. Students today must be taught to write using new forms, for different purposes and audiences. Join in the conversation, and explore alternative approaches for teaching writing in the 21st century.
Related website: http://roomtwelve.wikispaces.com/
Expertise
Audience
Content Strand
Novice, Intermediate
Grades PreK-12, IT
Curriculum/Technology Integration
Reading/Language Arts