Develop a collection of online reference materials for convenient and immediate access and use.
Writing is a critical and powerful learning activity. Not only is it a very cognitively complex task, but it also forces us to think deeply about a topic in order to make sense of the information we’re trying to communicate. It helps us process our learning at a deeper level, and it can be a great metacognitive strategy that allows us to pause and reflect on our learning process. It’s an active learning strategy that can be successfully integrated into every subject area and grade level, and when we infuse the process with technology, we can make this powerful learning strategy even stronger.
In this collection, we’ll explore five stages in the writing process. For each stage, we’ll examine tech-infused strategies that you can use to power up and enhance student writing in your classroom.
Publish With Pride: Step 5 in Powering Up and Enhancing the Writing Process With Technology
Use digital tools to add your finishing touches, conduct one final check, and then publish your finished project to your audience.
Polish With Precision: Step 4 in Powering Up and Enhancing the Writing Process With Technology
Use digital tools to analyze your writing, identify mechanical issues, and help you create a polished final draft.
Revise With Resolve: Step 3 in Powering Up and Enhancing the Writing Process With Technology
Use technology to efficiently and effectively improve the content, organization, and coherence of your writing.
Draft With Direction: Step 2 in Powering Up and Enhancing the Writing Process With Technology
Explore ways to integrate technology as you transition from the planning stage to writing your first draft.
Reimagine the Writing Process
Consider how the integration of technology can expand how you define the process and product of writing in your classroom.
Pre-Write With Purpose: Step 1 in Powering Up and Enhancing the Writing Process With Technology
Explore ways to integrate technology into four pre-writing tasks: clarifying your writing task, generating preliminary ideas, gathering ideas and content, and organizing and planning.
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