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Teaching Digital Writing in the age of the SBAC

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Click HERE to Register Online (credit card/ additional fees)

Print 2018 SBAC Registration Form to Register through the mail (check or school PO)

Digital writing not only involves typing proficiency, but also a unique approach to crafting, organizing, and revising content and language.  How can we simultaneously develop students’ skills to engage in this 21st century competency, and also prepare them for completing the performance task writing on the SBAC?  Join BAWP for this four session hybrid open program course where you’ll go through a cyclical process to engage in digital writing experiences, draft an overarching strategy for supporting digital writers in your classroom, implement activities in your classroom, and reflect on your teaching practice.

This open program is appropriate for educators in grades 3-12
5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

January 25, 2018: Characteristics of Digital Writing in Life and On the Test
February 1, 2018: The Digital Writing Process
February 8, 2018: Balancing Process and Product – ONLINE MEETING
February 15, 2018: Timed Writing and Process Writing

All sessions, except February 8th, will take place at
San Leandro High School, 2200 Bancroft Ave, San Leandro CA 94577.  Room TBD.
Cost: $220

Email Ari Dolid (adolid@gmail.com) with questions about the content. Email (bawp@berkeley.edu) the main office with questions about registration.