Building Student Agency and Authenticity through Writing

Focus Area: Student-Centered Literacy
Audience:

TTeachers

Pathway: Understanding

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Overview

This workshop can support teachers to think about a way to make writing more efficient and authentic by creating systems that put the ownership of writing back on to students.  By doing this, we can integrate writing more seamlessly into our learning environments and sustain it over time.  Teachers will define the components of a student-driven writing system, explore resources and strategies with a lens of flexible learning and then reflect and build an actionable plan to make this a reality in their classroom.

Audience

This workshop is designed for teachers in K-12 classrooms and support staff.

Specifications

  • 2 hours
  • Participants will need a computer with a camera and a microphone

Outcome

I implement student-driven writing systems in my classroom.

Learning Experience

Define

  • key components of a student-driven writing system by experiencing each component

Explore

  • strategies and tools to make building and enhancing a writing system actionable with a focus on flexible learning

Build

  • an action plan with steps to make this a reality in their context