What Writing Is & Is Not

What Writing Is & Is Not

What Writing Is & Is Not by Terry Heick Writing is inherently reflective. Writing is an output and product of equal parts process and affection. Writing can be used to learn and demonstrate learning–often simulatenously. Writing is not limited to any specific...
11 Underlying Assumptions Of Digital Literacy

11 Underlying Assumptions Of Digital Literacy

11 Underlying Assumptions Of Digital Literacy by Terry Heick In understanding the shift from literacy to digital literacy–or rather to understand them both in their own native contexts–it may help to take a look at the underlying assumptions of digital literacy. This...
7 Strategies For Using Context Clues In Reading

7 Strategies For Using Context Clues In Reading

7 Strategies For Using Context Clues In Reading by Kathy Glass We often ask students to use context clues to figure out a word’s meaning; therefore, it is our job to formally teach how authors use them. In doing so, students become armed with an inventory of ways to...
Why Students Should Read

Why Students Should Read

Why Students Should Read by Terry Heick Grow with >> TeachThought PD Literacy Workshops Lately, there’s something about reading that’s bothering me about how we teach reading and writing. I’ve written about it before and said a lot of what I say here, but never...
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