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Friendship Bracelets & Student Voice

The past few weeks the concept of “student voice” has been swirling around in my head.  What exactly does it mean for students to have a voice in school?  What does it look like?  What does it sound like?  Obviously, if students have a voice in their learning, there must be conversation going on in […]

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Almost Ready to Publish…

This weekend I have been holed up at the Purple Sage Ranch outside of San Antonio with a brilliant group of 20 other educators from throughout the United States for the National Writing Project Digital Literacies Resource Development Retreat. Along with building new friendships, learning from some uber-innovative folks I have also been creating a […]

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Book of the Week – Because Digital Writing Matters

This week’s Book of the Week is one that brings together many of my passions – technology, literacy, and student voice.  Because Digital Writing Matters, published by the National Writing Project expands an earlier conversation started in Because Writing Matters, to include importance of digital writing.  Through my work with the National Writing Project I […]

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“The Writing Project Saves Good Teachers…”

Last week I wrote about a book I discovered at the National Writing Project annual meeting, The Book Whisperer.  The author, Donalyn Miller, was inspirational both in her writing and her speech. Yesterday, I discovered a video of her remarks and I thought a few of you might like to check it out. [youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jblOtvdAG-Y] While […]

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