NCTE Session Interactive Agenda:
Digital Writing and The Common Core
- Rachel Bear: Boise School Districtfirstname.lastname@example.org
- Jack Zangerle: Dover Union Free School District- email@example.com
- Joe Dillon: Aurora Public Schools- firstname.lastname@example.org
- Introductions to tools of the session
I. Reading/Writing Into the Session
- Consider the following source: Why Digital Writing Matters
- Writing Task: Why does digital writing matter? According to the Common Core, what is digital literacy? Include specific references to the Standards in your response[a].
II. Guided Reading and Discussion of Articles
For the backchannel during presentation of examples:
In these teachers’ example, what digital literacy(ies) do you see at work? What are the implications for your classroom?
III. Examples from Our Practice (Blogged on Digital Is)
IV. Discussion: What “literacy experiences” are needed for this kind of work?
V. Final Reflection
- Return to Back Channel. Prompt: What is your “starting point” for digital literacy in your classroom?
[a]For the backchannel: In this teacher's example, what digital literacy(ies) do you see at work? What are the implications for your classroom?
[b]Remove this for our presentation/demonstration and call it "further reading."