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Guiding Students into Making Real-World Writing Decisions Using "The Daily Me" (Part 2) - Shared screen with speaker view
Zee Cline
29:57
Thank you for joining us this afternoon. We will begin shortly.
Zee Cline
30:09
We are in the process of letting everyone in the webinar.
Zee Cline
30:36
Can someone put the bitly url in the chat?
Jeffery E. Frieden
30:48
bit.ly/erwcpd0505
Zee Cline
31:23
Please note the bitly url in the chat, this is where you can find the materials for today's chat.
Jeffery E. Frieden
33:00
bit.ly/erwcpd0505
Zee Cline
33:21
Here it is: bit.ly/erwcpd0505
Jennifer Fletcher
33:21
Welcome, everyone! This is our sixth session in our spring webinar series and Part II of a session led by Jeff last week. You can find the recordings for previous sessions in the ERWC Online Community. And if you’re joining us for the first time, we’re delighted to have you with us!
Jennifer Fletcher
34:07
No worries if you didn’t catch Part I. :)
Zee Cline
35:25
bit.ly/erwcpd0505
Zee Cline
35:30
bit.ly/erwcpd0505
Jennifer Fletcher
35:32
Feel free to ask any questions about teaching ERWC online, and we’ll do our best to answer them. The chats have been generating some great ideas.
Chris Street
35:58
I just tried the bit.ly and it worked for me
Zee Cline
36:02
bit.ly/erwcpd0505for part 2
Jennifer Fletcher
36:19
And if you have lingering questions from Jeff’s session last week, feel free to post those, too.
Zee Cline
36:29
bit.ly/erwcpd0505Try again...please, it is working for others
Jennifer Fletcher
37:34
If you have lingering questions from Jeff’s session last week, feel free to post those.
Jennifer Fletcher
39:00
Feel free to ask any questions about teaching ERWC online, and we’ll do our best to answer them. The chats have been generating some great ideas.
Jennifer Fletcher
40:39
One of my favorite ideas from last week is that the writing and the learning happen through revision.
Chris Street
41:17
For those who may have entered late and do not have access to the previous posts wiithin the Q and A session, here’s the link to the slide deck again: bit.ly/erwcpd0505
Jennifer Fletcher
41:18
“Yes” to critical thinking and independence!
Jennifer Fletcher
42:19
Absolutely—we have to expand opportunities for writers to tinker with their work.
Zee Cline
43:55
Is thee a way to enlarge the screen?
Jennifer Fletcher
47:13
Right? Jeff’s good.
Chris Street
49:03
Structured and focused revision. I love it.
Jennifer Fletcher
49:05
This is such a cool way to surface procedural knowledge.
Jennifer Fletcher
50:12
Works really well with ERWC 3.0’s focus on helping students make choices as they write.
Shirley Hargis
50:51
I liked that reflection lessens anxiety. We sometimes short change the reflection time. It puts the student in control of his/her writing though, and is a lot less stress for the teacher than when we try to comment on every piece of the students' writing.
Jennifer Fletcher
52:24
Also great for promoting transfer of learning. How will you adapt and apply what you’re learning to new tasks and situations?
Verity Olliff (1)
53:12
I like idea of having students look at this before next unit … actual transfer
Chris Street
54:21
Screencastify and Screencast-o-matic are two free options for doing screen capture. These can be used when students create their videos.
char lindemulder
55:07
It also creates a more student-centered class, one in which learning is more effective and students get the differentiation they need, because they take a more active role in the learning
Jennifer Fletcher
01:01:52
I’m really excited about this book!
Chris Street
01:01:56
True. We need to work smarter, not harder.
Jennifer Fletcher
01:03:18
That approach also helps students think about readers’ needs.
Jennifer Fletcher
01:04:37
www.cultofpedagogy.com
char lindemulder
01:09:19
Can you please share a sample single point rubric in a Word document?
Jennifer Fletcher
01:09:34
Flash Feedback—Matthew Johnson’s new book. I love the idea that “feedback should be provided by an interested reader, not a detached authority.” That’s how you foster rhetorical thinking.
Jennifer Fletcher
01:11:00
Let us know if you have questions for Jeff!
char lindemulder
01:11:57
How long does it take you to get through a class set of papers?
ewoo
01:12:11
When do you use your feedback guide for individual students?
char lindemulder
01:12:57
During the trend tracking pass, do you make any comments?
Norman Unrau
01:16:43
Have you asked your students to participate in the design of a rubric for a prompt or writing task given to them?
Jennifer Fletcher
01:17:28
So happy to see the phrase “considerate of the audience” in the feedback guidelines. And questions for making rhetorical decisions instead of a list of do’s and don’ts—love this!
Erin Ritchie
01:21:22
Would you be able to share the slides/materials link? I just joined late and was hoping to catch up on what I missed so far. :)
Jennifer Fletcher
01:21:45
bit.ly/erwcpd0505
Erin Ritchie
01:22:08
Thanks! :)
Norman Unrau
01:23:48
What concerns you about having students participate in the design of rubrics for an assignment?
char lindemulder
01:25:20
Sometimes my feedback to students is highlighting the strong parts of the essay and then we discuss it as a class
char lindemulder
01:25:51
highlighting only, no comments & students discuss what’s strong. Thoughts?
char lindemulder
01:28:20
I’ve done the metacognition in the margin; it really works & students grow faster
Walton, Edwina
01:29:32
Hello, Char. - Lynn Walton, Washington Prep HS
Jennifer Fletcher
01:30:11
Thanks, everyone! Take care and see you next time. :)
Crystal O'Kelly
01:30:19
Thank you-great presentation and ideas.