The new question-of-the-week is: What is agency and how can teachers encourage its growth among students?
Shanna Peeples, Mary K. Tedrow, Amy Sandvold, and Laverne Bowers "wrap up" this five-part series on students writing for "authentic audiences."
Rita Platt, Alexis Wiggins, Dr. Jenny Grant Rankin, Kristen Koppers, and Mara Lee Grayson share their ideas on how and why students can write for an audience other than the teacher.
Martha Sevetson Rush, Donna L. Shrum, Heather Wolpert-Gawron, Michael Fisher, Tamara Letter, and Keisha Rembert contribute their thoughts on authentic audiences for student writers.
Jayne Marlink, Cheryl Mizerny, Erin Starkey, Nicole Brown, Dawn Mitchell, and John Larmer share their suggestions on how to encourage students to write for "authentic audiences."
Katherine Schulten, Kelly Love, Tatiana Esteban, Kimiko Shibata, Alycia Owen, and Jennifer Orr offer suggestions on how students can write for an "authentic audience."
The new question-of-the-week is: How can students write for "authentic" audiences?
Here are links--categorized and with descriptions--to all the posts appearing here for the past eight years!
Cindy Garcia, Gianna Cassetta, Amanda Koonlaba, Ed.S., Chelonnda Seroyer, Dennis Griffin Jr., Janice Wyatt-Ross, Barry Saide, and Dr. Vance Austin contribute their classroom-management suggestions.
Sanée Bell agreed to answer a few questions about her new book, "Be Excellent On Purpose: Intentional Strategies for Impactful Leadership."