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Jun292015

Connected Writing

  

 

 

 

 

 


 Voices of student writers are fueled and amplified by the power of digital communication and collaboration. Students can use stages of writing process and a range of digital platforms to build a connected writing community--moving beyond passive consumption to creating and sharing digital content themselves. I shared projects with 3 of my favorite flexible safe writing platforms for young writers at the Houston ISD Summer Hub Camp -- Kidblog, Storybird, and Biteslide.

Rocket Fueled Writing Slides - HISD HUB Camp
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    With advancement in technology, now we can communicate with people more easily. This not only helps us have a link with people living far off, we can also share our work without having to travel. This way we can have input or second opinion of others on our work.
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