Blended Learning: Writing

Welcome! Thanks to everyone who came out to the Germanna K-12 Literacy Conference in Spotsylvania, Virginia. 

Our presentation focuses on two main topics: 1) blended learning and 2) process writing (inspired by Kelly Gallagher's Write Like This and In the Best Interest of Students). We used many of Gallagher's strategies to implement writing instruction that relies on student choice, modeling/mentoring texts, and writing as a recursive process.  


Here, we present our products, processes, trials, and successes. These activities bridge reading, writing, research, and media literacy. Each lesson involves an independent activity that is followed by peer collaboration and a culminating project in which each student cooperatively completes a group product working together - yet virtually.   

We use the Google Apps for Education as the primary platform, but also implement activities that utilize GAFE as instructional tools for student learning.




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  2. Very Useful information Thank you !!
    #TWB_ #Blended #Learning is delivered through the high impact high-intensity ILT training combined with the low-intensity sustainable intervention. This allows for thousands of trainees to be trained with the same effectiveness at the same time. TWB_ Blended Learning | TWB_Certifications

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  3. I find everything on this site helpful, doable, and something that can work for all students.
    Thank you for being so generous with your mind and time.

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