This past year, my sabbatical has provided me time to do a number of activities that I don’t normally have the time to do, most notably visiting numerous colleagues in their classrooms. A close second to my interactions with teachers and students around Michigan and the country has been, of course, the opportunity to write.
Along with the articles, chapters, and books that will (eventually) be available, the more immediate products of my work have shown up through blog posts. Each May, CMU faculty are asked to fill out their TPS reports (actually, they are called “OFIS” reports, but I think the point is clear). At any rate, I am making the claim that my blogging this year should go on my service record, and I will make a similar claim in my promotion portfolio next year. So, I had to collect the many posts into a list, and I figured I could share it here, too.
Hope that some of it is useful for you as you prepare your summer reading lists, both print and digital.
- MiddleWeb: Guiding Student Writers as They Work with Digital Tools (April 27, 2014)
- Edutopia: Feeding Our Students’ Reading Interests with RSS (March 2014)
- MiddleWeb: Invite Your Students to Create, Compose and Connect (March 2014)
- TeachThought: Actually Achieving Close Reading With Digital Tools (February 2014)
- Teachers, Profs, Parents: Writers Who Care: From Drilling and Testing to Discovering and Thinking: Finding the Heart of Writing in School (February 27, 2014)
- From Digital Reading to Digital Writing: A Hack/Yack Series
- Teachers, Profs, Parents: Writers Who Care: Teaching Writing, Tablet Style (November 4, 2013)
- Edutopia: Engaging Pre-Service Teachers in Authentic Writing Instruction (October 2013)
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