Jet13 Interactive Writing via KIDBLOG

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Sam presented on August 5 2013 at JET13 CJMSF. He shared how Interactive writing can support learning and showed the participants some of the functionality of Kidblog

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Jet13 Interactive Writing via KIDBLOG

  1. 1. INTERACTIVE WRITING Building comprehension and community through Sam Patterson EdD at JET 2013 @SamPatue #JET13
  2. 2. IW Supports Core Principles  Always be modeling  Make time for reflection  Be transparent
  3. 3. IW Supports Learning  Writing is a meta-cognitive process  Grammar is logic dependent  To write you have to make sense of something  Use questions to guide students  Writing a Learning Reflection post
  4. 4. A Tour of KidBlog  Functionality  Safety  Available Roles  Your Profile  Media Library
  5. 5. Functionality  Create Posts  EmbedVideo and Audio  Share links  Comment
  6. 6. Create a New Post
  7. 7. Embed and Upload Media *Shared Media Library*
  8. 8. Safety  Walled garden model  Visibility and participation  Teaching and modeling DC  Settings are per-class, or per post  Moderation
  9. 9. Walled Garden Model
  10. 10. Comments
  11. 11. Visibility
  12. 12. Available Roles
  13. 13. Your Profile
  14. 14. Media Library
  15. 15. KidBlog Supports Learning  A space students can extend learning  Reflection and sharing  Connect with experts and learners alike
  16. 16. Kidblog Supports Community  Through sharing posts and comments students get to know other students outside their section  Teaching students to comment for connection is transformative (connection not correction)  Comments4kids.blogspot.com an online community of school-based
  17. 17. Community Supports Learning  Barry Chazen “The Philosophy of Informal Jewish Education”  Students actively engaged in a community will integrate their learning more deeply  Learning is identity creation
  18. 18. How to comment

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