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Slides for an after-school workshop on Interactive Writing led by Dr. Wesley Fryer at Independence Elementary School in Yukon, Oklahoma, on November 14, 2014. Workshop description: Students and teachers today need to practice interactive digital writing. Learn how to setup, use and moderate content on a classroom website where students can post their work and teachers MODERATE content to improve student writing skills. A moderated classroom blog can be an ideal platform to use to share announcements, classroom news, and student work for a public audience. This can permit parents, grandparents, other students, and other classroom “pen pals” in different places to provide feedback to students and serve as an authentic audience. In this workshop we’ll use the free blogging site KidBlog to model the digital facilitation of student writing. We’ll explore how other websites can also be used by teachers and students create “backchannels” for classroom discussions. We’ll have hands-on practice with tools like TodaysMeet, EtherPad, Google Docs and Google Forms to understand ways these tools can be used to amplify student voices, empower student creative expression and fluency with text. The importance and value of MODERATING student posts shared to public websites will be emphasized, as well as options teachers have to amplify student work using PLNs (professional learning communities) with projects like #comments4kids. Teachers will leave this workshop inspired with new ideas to energize their writing classes with students using safe, moderated approaches to digital, interactive writing.

More info is available on:
http://maps.playingwithmedia.com/interactive-writing/

Slides for an after-school workshop on Interactive Writing led by Dr. Wesley Fryer at Independence Elementary School in Yukon, Oklahoma, on November 14, 2014. Workshop description: Students and teachers today need to practice interactive digital writing. Learn how to setup, use and moderate content on a classroom website where students can post their work and teachers MODERATE content to improve student writing skills. A moderated classroom blog can be an ideal platform to use to share announcements, classroom news, and student work for a public audience. This can permit parents, grandparents, other students, and other classroom “pen pals” in different places to provide feedback to students and serve as an authentic audience. In this workshop we’ll use the free blogging site KidBlog to model the digital facilitation of student writing. We’ll explore how other websites can also be used by teachers and students create “backchannels” for classroom discussions. We’ll have hands-on practice with tools like TodaysMeet, EtherPad, Google Docs and Google Forms to understand ways these tools can be used to amplify student voices, empower student creative expression and fluency with text. The importance and value of MODERATING student posts shared to public websites will be emphasized, as well as options teachers have to amplify student work using PLNs (professional learning communities) with projects like #comments4kids. Teachers will leave this workshop inspired with new ideas to energize their writing classes with students using safe, moderated approaches to digital, interactive writing.

More info is available on:
http://maps.playingwithmedia.com/interactive-writing/

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  1. 1. by Wesley Fryer, Ph.D. Interactive Writing www.playingwithmedia.com 13 Nov 2014 Yukon, Oklahoma wfryer.me/map
  2. 2. https://twitter.com/wfryer/status/529996619366662144 November 5, 2014 http://youtube.com/users/coachfryer/videos
  3. 3. www.flickr.com/photos/wfryer/6190432919 Expand your classroom MENU of how students show what they know & understand
  4. 4. WHY should students use technology? How can students show what they know with media? X ✅
  5. 5. stem.wesfryer.com/home/maker-studio/green-screen Nov 5, 2014 Yukon, Oklahoma Use technology to DOCUMENT & SHARE what students are learning, know, & can do
  6. 6. www.flickr.com/photos/wfryer/407220044 http://davidwarlick.com/wiki/pmwiki.php?n=Main.RedefiningLiteracyForThe21stCentury http://maps.playingwithmedia.com “Let’s re-draw the map for “digital literacy” 2004 2013
  7. 7. http://maps.playingwithmedia.com
  8. 8. Free eBook download TODAY ONLY! playingwithmedia.com/store 100% discount code: download PDF, ePUB or MOBI ies
  9. 9. http://maps.playingwithmedia.com/interactive-writing/ <1>
  10. 10. www.flickr.com/photos/jenni40947/4671345815/ Write MORE You’ll Write BETTER mobiles = textbooks & pens
  11. 11. Alexander Fryer June 2012
  12. 12. http://learningsigns.speedofcreativity.org/2011/08/15/the- fire/
  13. 13. The Fire ! There was a fire ban that year But the carless campers left Leaving smoldering remains behind The fire that ate the forest ! Wind whispered wordlessly in the trees The fire was given new life Like a new small heartbeat The fire that ate the forest
  14. 14. ...continued... ! The fire lit the dry grass It was gathering in strength Like a lion preparing to strike The fire that ate the forest ! The fire now reached the trees It was a wild beast let free Grey smoke billowed up to the sky The fire that ate the forest
  15. 15. http://twitter.com/wfryer/status/103292300922331136
  16. 16. http://comments4kids.blogspot.com
  17. 17. search.twitter.com hashtag: #comments4kids
  18. 18. http://kidblog.org/mmccmt/1876378b-4207-4ffe- a536-4062fb6d2fb6/lw-kindergarten-byod-day- celebrating-technology/ www.flickr.com/photos/rwkphotography/3134567786 (free) KidBlog
  19. 19. www.flickr.com/photos/wfryer/12581217664
  20. 20. stem.wesfryer.com
  21. 21. Browser versus iPad App? Easiest for text blogging Best for adding pictures Best for adding links on iOS
  22. 22. Menu of Blogging Skills.. 1. Comment on a post 2. Write a post 3. Add a photo / image 4. Add a link 5. Add a YouTube video
  23. 23. closing thoughts www.flickr.com/photos/wfryer/9512241421
  24. 24. What should Rachel’s 5th grade report card look like this year? www.flickr.com/photos/wfryer/6577432889
  25. 25. see with M ED IA!
  26. 26. by Wesley Fryer, Ph.D. Interactive Writing www.playingwithmedia.com 13 Nov 2014 Yukon, Oklahoma wfryer.me/map

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