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Technology Integration with Language Arts
|Author: Stacey Ryon||Table of Contents|
Technology is a natural part of the lives of today's students. When it is possible to bring technology into the classroom and integrate it with the curriculum, the benefits are far reaching. In the language arts classroom, some students are shy or unsure about the quality of their work and don't have their voices heard. An online community would give them an equal voice, and the teacher could monitor peer critiques in a non-hurtful way. Also, students that need the recognition to shine will get an equal voice.
What can they do online?
Students can go to approved websites to collaborate on writing projects or post their work and receive peer feedback before submitting it to their teacher for final grading. Classes can post and publish their final work together in the form of an online magazine or ebook, or for a minimal fee can have paper books published and sent to them as a fund-raising project.
Collaboration Resources (for the process)
Collaboration Resources (for peer feedback to student writing)
Publication Resources (either for online or print)
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