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Hello, fellow online learners. Thanks for your insights this semester. I really appreciated the opportunity to learn from you all and engage in meaningful conversations about teaching writing online. I look forward to working with you in the future! Have a bitchin’ summer 😉 Mary’s Links http://freewrite.typepad.com/writingwithmachines/2017/02/principles-guiding-a-teaching-framework.html http://www.writingwithmachines.com/2017/02/the-limitless-and-evolving-world-of-tech-tools.html http://www.writingwithmachines.com/2017/03/translating-teaching-moves-online.html http://www.writingwithmachines.com/2017/04/writing-process-strategies.html... Continue reading
Posted May 2, 2017 at writingwithmachines
I enjoyed reading the information in these chapters and watching the videos Anna created for our review. Both in the readings and in Anna’s videos, they both point to the importance of selecting readings that keep students engaged. Of course we use readings for a variety of purposes- to activate... Continue reading
Posted Apr 17, 2017 at writingwithmachines
Hi, everyone. My written post here highlights the three concepts I will discuss more in detail in the video I made. . . and it is longer than three minutes- closer to 9 (sorry!) The good news is you can FF! Through the readings this week, three concepts struck me,... Continue reading
Posted Apr 3, 2017 at writingwithmachines
Over the past six weeks, we have been engaged in an online class and have had three facilitators of our burgeoning content, each bringing concepts to us through his own modeling, approach, and use of technology. On full display have been many of the best practices we are reading about... Continue reading
Posted Mar 13, 2017 at writingwithmachines
OK, I’m going to date myself here, but I remember the first time that I saw a website with an embedded video with sound and could barely believe my eyes and ears. Wow, we are now capable of watch videos online! I remember too the first tech games we played... Continue reading
Posted Feb 27, 2017 at writingwithmachines
I remember in early 2000, I was about to teach my first “hybrid” composition course. I had taken a number of courses about teaching online through a UCLA program designed for Community College teachers looking to make the leap into online teaching. Still in its relative infancy, online courses were... Continue reading
Posted Feb 13, 2017 at writingwithmachines