Archive for 4/20/15

Thank you to Diana Neebe and Jen Roberts for a leading tonight’s conversation about teaching at the intersection of literacy and technology.  The archive is full of ideas of how putting technology in the hands of our students can transform teaching and learning in the English classroom.   Link to archive.  

Guest Post from Jen Roberts and Diana Neebe

Has your English classroom recently become a a 1:1 learning space or a technology-rich environment? Join Diana Neebe and Jen Roberts for a conversation about teaching at the intersection of literacy and technology, and consider with us how having technology in the hands of our students can transform teaching and learning in the ELA classroom. ...

Archive for 4/13/15

Tonight @sarah_stoeckl and @edtechieteacher hosted a great #engchat all about Literature in the Digital Age.  Be sure to check out the archive!     Link to archive.

Archive for 4/6/15

Thank you to @donalynbooks and @professornana for joining @meenorami to lead tonight’s chat about reading engagement.     Link to archive.

Archive for 3/22/16

April is Poetry Month and it’s right around the corner.  Tonight @amyrass (Amy Rasmussen) led the group in a fabulous conversation about bringing more poetry into the classroom during April and beyond.   Link to archive.

Archive for 3/16/15

Thank you to @RebekahODell1 & @allisonmarchett for hosting tonight’s #engchat!   Link to archive.

Guest Post from Allison Marchetti (@allisonmarchett) and Rebekah O’Dell (@rebekahodell1)

In an age of standards, how can teachers bring the creativity and vitality of a writing workshop into the secondary classroom?  How can teachers devote meaningful, consistent time to writing instruction while balancing the demands of literature study, independent reading, test preparation, and a standardized curriculum? For next week’s #engchat conversation (3/16/15 at 7 PM ...

Archive for 3/2/15

Thank you to Jim Burke for facilitating tonight’s discussion.  Jim, always inspiring, led a fantastic discussion about academic moves.   Link to archive.

Archive for 2/16/15

An exciting #engchat tonight full of authors, readers, and teachers!  @_briank_ led us in a fascinating conversation about podcasting and writing for the ear. Be sure to check out the archive!   Link to archive.

Archive for 2/9/15

Building a student learning network.  What does it mean?  How do you begin?  Kristin Ziemke Teacher, traveler, & Heinemann author, led tonight’s chat.  Check out the archive, as the chat moved exceptionally fast!   Link to archive.