Authentic Writing Instruction
Dr. Nadia Behizadeh
Wed, Apr 19, 2023 - 4:30 pm
|Series Sort descending||Title & Info||Speaker||Date||Recording|
|Spring ERWC Online Professional Learning||Exploring the ERWC Online Community WebSite, with a Focus on Teaching ERWC in Virtual Classrooms||Chris Street and Lori Campbell||4/10/2020||Recording of Exploring the ERWC Online Community WebSite, with a Focus on Teaching ERWC in Virtual Classrooms|
|Spring ERWC Online Professional Learning||Tools and Strategies for Moving ERWC Courses Online
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|Jen Roberts||4/14/2020||Recording of Tools and Strategies for Moving ERWC Courses Online|
|Spring ERWC Online Professional Learning||Ready to Launch? Converting Your ERWC Module to a Digital Course||Jen Roberts||4/16/2020||Recording of Ready to Launch? Converting Your ERWC Module to a Digital Course|
|Spring ERWC Online Professional Learning||Deeper Discussions: How to Create and Sustain Meaningful Interaction in Online Discussions||Chris Street and Lori Campbell||4/21/2020||Recording of Deeper Discussions: How to Create and Sustain Meaningful Interaction in Online Discussions|
|Spring ERWC Online Professional Learning||Guiding Students into Making Real-World Writing Decisions Using "The Daily Me" (Part 1)||Jeffery E. Frieden||4/28/2020||Recording of Guiding Students into Making Real-World Writing Decisions Using "The Daily Me" (Part 1)|
|Spring ERWC Online Professional Learning||Guiding Students into Making Real-World Writing Decisions Using "The Daily Me" (Part 2)||Jeffery E. Frieden||5/5/2020||Recording of Guiding Students into Making Real-World Writing Decisions Using "The Daily Me" (Part 2)|
|Spring ERWC Online Professional Learning||Fostering Deeper Online Discussions in Synchronous (Real Time) and Asynchronous Formats||Mira-Lisa Katz and Heather Howlett||5/12/2020||Recording of Fostering Deeper Online Discussions in Synchronous (Real Time) and Asynchronous Formats|
|Teaching for Change||Reading Fast and Slow
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|Carol Jago||12/1/2020||Recording of Reading Fast and Slow|
|Teaching for Change||Developing Your "Talking Game": How to Lead Meaningful Race Conversations in the Classroom
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|Teaching for Change||Talking and Teaching about Race in the Classroom
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|Tricia Ebarvia||2/17/2021||Recording of Talking and Teaching about Race in the Classroom|
|Teaching for Change||Linguistic Justice: Black Language, Literacy, Identity, and Pedagogy
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|Dr. April Baker-Bell||3/16/2021||Recording of Linguistic Justice: Black Language, Literacy, Identity, and Pedagogy|
|Teaching for Change||Better, Faster, and More Equitable Feedback
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|Matthew Johnson||4/20/2021||Recording of Better, Faster, and More Equitable Feedback|
|Going LIVE!||Teaching Counterstory in the Secondary Classroom||Dr. Aja Martinez||10/14/2021||Recording of Teaching Counterstory in the Secondary Classroom|
|Going LIVE!||Cultivating Genius and Joy
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|Dr. Gholdy Muhammad||11/4/2021|
|Going LIVE!||Exploring Grammar Instruction||Dr. Darren Crovitz||12/2/2021||Recording of Exploring Grammar Instruction|
|Going LIVE!||Reviving and Reinventing Sentence-Level Writing Instruction||Martin Brandt||2/17/2022||Recording of Reviving and Reinventing Sentence-Level Writing Instruction|
|Going LIVE!||Hitting for Contact: Consistent Success in Race Conversations||Matthew Kay||2/24/2022||Recording of Hitting for Contact: Consistent Success in Race Conversations|
|Going LIVE!||Structuring Classroom Talk to Improve Student Literacy||Nelson Graff||3/23/2022||Recording of Structuring Classroom Talk to Improve Student Literacy|
|Going LIVE!||Writing Live(s): Joining the Community of ERWC Bloggers with Jennifer Fletcher and Jonathon Medeiros||Jennifer Fletcher and Jonathon Medeiros||5/12/2022||Recording of Writing Live(s): Joining the Community of ERWC Bloggers with Jennifer Fletcher and Jonathon Medeiros|
|Going LIVE!||Unpacking Universal Design for Learning: Practices for Building Equitable Classrooms||Dr. Ginny Crisco||8/25/2021||Recording of Unpacking Universal Design for Learning: Practices for Building Equitable Classrooms|
|Going LIVE!||Teaching Literature Rhetorically: Transferring the Rhetorical Skills Emphasized in the ERWC Curriculum to the Teaching of Literature||Dr. Jennifer Fletcher||9/23/2021||Recording of Teaching Literature Rhetorically: Transferring the Rhetorical Skills Emphasized in the ERWC Curriculum to the Teaching of Literature|
|The Language and Literacy Webinar Series||Deepening Our Understanding of Transfer of Learning
Literacy strategies acquired in language arts classrooms are not exclusive to language arts; yet students often fail to recognize how to transfer them to other learning situations. Teaching students how to recognize the transferability of skills and strategies is therefore part of the learning process, and it begins with structuring your unit plans. Join the ERWC community as we kick-off our 2022/23 “Language and Literacy” webinar series with Trevor Aleo—co-author of the book “Learning That Transfers: Designing Curriculum for a Changing World”—who will explore the real-world possibilities of teaching for transfer.
|Trevor Aleo||9/15/2022||Recording of Deepening Our Understanding of Transfer of Learning|
|The Language and Literacy Webinar Series||Building Classroom Community through Civil Discourse
This session will examine a cross-curricular approach to developing and maintaining a strong classroom community even in the face of contentious topics. Nichelle will introduce her strategies for promoting civil discourse--an alternative to either avoiding or fighting our way through contentious topics--to foster meaningful, thought-provoking classroom discussions.
|Nichelle Pinkney||10/19/2022||Recording of Building Classroom Community through Civil Discourse|
|The Language and Literacy Webinar Series||Exploring a Translanguaging Approach to Bilingual Education||Danling Fu||11/16/2022||Recording of Exploring a Translanguaging Approach to Bilingual Education|
|The Language and Literacy Webinar Series||The Rhetoric of Poetry
The ERWC community is pleased to kickoff its Spring webinar series with a very special guest, Daniel Summerhill. In this session, Daniel will explore the connection between rhetoric and poetry and his work to transform language for the purposes of social action, community building, and truth-telling.
Daniel B. Summerhill is Professor of Poetry/Social Action and Composition Studies at California State University Monterey and the inaugural Poet Laureate of Monterey County, CA. He is the author of Divine, Divine, Divine (Nomadic Press), a semifinalist for the Charles B. Wheeler Prize. Summerhill holds an M.F.A. from Pine Manor College (Solstice). He received the Sharon Olds Fellowship and was nominated to Everipedia’s 30 under 30 list.
|Daniel Summerhill||1/18/2023||Recording of The Rhetoric of Poetry|
|The Language and Literacy Webinar Series||Confronting Challenges in Teaching ELA and Writing Instruction
Welcome back Matthew Johnson as he joins us for a discussion on some of the biggest issues facing teaching middle and high school students today, and how these changes impact writing instruction.
Matthew Johnson is a father, husband, and English language arts teacher in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He is also a contributing writer for the New York Times Learning Network, EdWeek, and Edutopia and blogs regularly about writing instruction and pedagogy at www.matthewmjohnson.com
|Matthew Johnson||2/16/2023||Recording of Confronting Challenges in Teaching ELA and Writing Instruction|
|The Language and Literacy Webinar Series||A Principled Approach to Writing
Welcome Anne Whitney as she joins our three-part webinar series on writing in the classroom. Anne will introduce the key elements of NCTE's "Principled Approach to Writing" and discuss how they impact writing instruction.
Dr. Anne Whitney is a former high school English teacher. Her research addresses writing and how writing works in school and life. This work has included studies in elementary, secondary, college, and professional development settings and non-school contexts such as churches.
|Dr. Anne Whitney||3/16/2023|