70:45 minutes (16.19 MB)We invite you to join us as we reflect on Writing Project Summer
Institutes and other professional development opportunities we have or
will be facilitating for our colleagues this summer.
Please take a moment, go register and leave your comments over at our Teachers Teaching Teachers room on http://friendfeed.com/rooms/ttt and take a look at some of the sites we've been collecting there for this Wednesday's live webcast.
Hear what Bud Hunt (Colorado), Mary Meyer (Prairie Lands Writing Project), and Bonnie Kaplan (Hudson ValleyWriting Project) have been up to:
Blogging with Summer Institute 2008
blog for integrating technology into the Hudson Valley Writing
Project's Summer Institute. Bonnie Kaplan, technology liaison will be
with us on TTT, Wednesday night, June 18.
On this podcast you'll hear Felicia George, Bill O'Neal, Susan Ettenheim, Cheryl Oakes, and Gail Desler as they help Paul Allison and Julie Conason think about this Summer Instutute for teachers in the New York City Writing Project.
Using Web 2.0 tools to build
social networks for learning ________________________
New York City Writing Project
Institute for Literacy Studies
Lehman College, CUNY __________________
Summer Advanced Institute Mondays - Thursdays, 9 - 2
June 30 - July 17 ______________________
How can we use technology to put the voices of youth at the center of the curriculum?
Spend 12 days this summer with other New York City Writing Project teachers who use technology in their classrooms. Share the ways we use the Internet to make student-to-student connections.
Learn about a curriculum currently being developed and collaborated on
by teachers across the nation. Explore how we use blogs, wikis,
podcasts, and other tools to inspire young people to do research into
their own questions.
Find out why Creative Commons Man is our superhero!
Facilitators: Paul Allison and Julie Conason
Location: Lehman College, CUNY
Participants will receive 3 graduate credits or a $500 stipend.
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