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Ignite Talk delivered with the Digital Literacies Collaborative (DLC) at the 2018 annual meeting of the National Council of Teachers of English, Houston, TX.

Ignite Talk delivered with the Digital Literacies Collaborative (DLC) at the 2018 annual meeting of the National Council of Teachers of English, Houston, TX.

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  1. 1. Motivating Digital Readers & Writers Dr. Lauren Zucker Northern Highlands Regional H.S.
  2. 2. Both/And
  3. 3. Walk the Walk
  4. 4. Sharing My Practice  “Experimenting with Digital Badges in ELA” (link)  “Sketchnotes: An Educator’s Adventure in Visual Notetaking” (link)  “Mindfulness and Social-Emotional Learning in the Classroom” (link)
  5. 5. Six-Word Memoirs
  6. 6. goo.gl/YECK1q
  7. 7. Student Testimonial  “My blog was visited 17 times today! And one of my readers is from the U.K.!” – 12th grader (previously self-identified reluctant reader and writer)
  8. 8. We Explore Many Genres  Graphic Novels  Digital Stories  Infographics  Podcasts
  9. 9. goo.gl/7to3gZ Podcasts As Independent Reading
  10. 10. Topics Students Found Interesting:  Experiences of adopted people of color (Code Switch)  Arming teachers for school safety (This American Life)  The history of the grandfather clock (Stuff You Should Know)
  11. 11. Student Testimonial:  “If I can lay in my bed, while playing a game on my phone, and eat dinner all at the same time as learning, then I will be much more eager to learn.” – 11th grader (new to podcasts)
  12. 12. We Annotate Collaboratively 1. Read a web-based text 2. Write responses directly on the text 3. Read and respond to classmates comments
  13. 13. Student Testimonial:  “I found it cool to see how everyone interpreted different sections of the story. Also, how someone could highlight the same quote as me and discover an idea completely different than mine.” –11th grader (first time annotating fiction collaboratively online)
  14. 14. Let’s Chat!  Student and Teacher Blogging  Podcasts as Independent Reading  Collaborative Digital Annotation  Expanding Your PLN

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