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Collaborative Writing NCAIS 2010

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  • 1. Collaborative Writing Meredith Stewart Cary Academy NCAIS 2010
  • 2. What Does Collaborative Writing Look Like?
  • 3. Three Types of Collaborative Writing • Serial Writing • Compiled Writing • Coauthored Writing • Haring-Smith, Tori.1994. Writing Together: Collaborative Learning in the Writing Classroom. New York: HarperCollins College.
  • 4. Let’s Write- Memories of School Lunches • Great ones? • Awful ones? • Smells? • Sounds? http://typewith.me/ncais http://tinyurl.com/NCAISwrite
  • 5. Small Sample of Collaborative Writing Tools • High Tech o Wikis o Google Docs o Typewith.me (other Etherpad clones) • Low Tech o Sticky notes o Whiteboard wiki o Big sheets of paper
  • 6. Collaborative Writing in the Classroom
  • 7. Parent and Student Perceptions
  • 8. What Parents Say About Their Kids What Kids Say About Themselves
  • 9. RSG Wikipedia Project
  • 10. Collaborative Story Writing
  • 11. Writing Historical Events from Multiple Perspectives • Colonists- The Battle of Lexington and Concord was the triumphant start of the American Revolution. • • British- Noble British soldiers, in an attempt to keep peace, quietly marched to Lexington to take some arms. • Collaborative- British soldiers were ordered to seize arms that were being stored by the colonists outside of Lexington.
  • 12. What Benefits Do Students Gain From Collaborative Writing? oBuilt in peer editing oDifferentiation oPreparation for teamwork in the workplace oIdea sharing throughout writing process
  • 13. Challenges of Collaborative Writing • Assessment • Availability of digital tech • Interpersonal issues o Writing is hard work. Writing together is even harder work, but it’s work worth doing.
  • 14. Questions? Final Thoughts? mstewart@caryacademy.org