Writing

Got a Minute? Writing

Participants will:

  • Deepen their understanding of the overlapping practices to support writing across the disciplines

  • Explore deconstructing rubrics to prepare students to write for a range of tasks, purposes, and audiences

  • Examine a single-point rubric to provide meaningful and actionable feedback to students

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Writing expresses who we are as people, fosters our ability to refine and explain ideas, and demonstrates our learning or thinking. The act of writing reinforces learning. Increasingly, writing is used as a means for students to demonstrate learning or justify their thinking--not just in English and history classes, but in math and science as well. In this session, we will explore disciplinary-specific inclusive practices and strategies to minimize barriers to writing and engage all learners in the writing process across content areas.

Top Tips! for Writing

Writing expresses who we are as people, fosters our ability to refine and explain ideas, and communicates our learning or thinking. The physical act of writing may be a barrier in and of itself for learners across all disciplines.

How can we utilize assistive technology and other classroom resources throughout the school year to provide access to the act of writing?

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Writing
This month's tool provides educators with templates and an infographic on different types of rubrics that designers can use to represent learning expectations.