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CWP Jim Gray Pre-Convention Workshops (02/13/2014)

The Pre-Convention Day (February 13, 2014) is sponsored by the California Writing Project in support of the CATE Convention, February 14-16, 2014.

CALIFORNIA WRITING PROJECT’S JAMES GRAY MEMORIAL PRE-CONVENTION
FEBRUARY 13, 2014• SAN DIEGO TOWN AND COUNTRY RESORT

TEACHING WRITING IS PAYING IT FORWARD

OVERVIEW OF PRE-CONVENTION EVENTS

Th u r s d a y, Fe b r u a r y 1 3 , 2 0 1 4

Registration Open 8:00 A.M. Golden Foyer
Introductions/Morning Workshop 9:00-10:15 A.M.
Round A Workshop Sessions 10:30-11:45 A.M.
Luncheon Workshop 11:50 A.M.-1:20 P.M.
Round B Workshop Sessions 1:25-2:40 P.M.
Round C Workshop Sessions 2:45-4:00 P.M.

A: Supporting English Learners

B: Writing and Feedback

C: Critical Reading and Academic Writing

D: Upstanders, Not Bystanders

For more information check out the Pre-Convention Flyer

Digital Learning Day! February 5th

Digital Learning Day
First of all, thanks so much to those of you who are nudging your Teacher Consultants and teachers you’re working with to participate in Digital Learning Day and Beyond activities…..and to add classroom and school activities to the national DLD map. You can see the map and the CWP impact already in evidence here ( by far the majority of events/activities entered there are CWP-connected): http://www.digitallearningday.org/events/state-and-local-celebrations/.
Please reach out to TC s you know have classroom or school info to post, and if you have site activities planned with a digital learning focus—continuity, youth programs, inservice sessions, conferences—please do the same and enter them here: http://www.digitallearningday.org/events/create-an-event/

BAWP TC’s published in California English (Feb 2014)

Two BAWP TC’s are featured in the most recent edition of California English.  Carrie Holmberg (1999)  has an article entitled “iPads as Talking Sticks in the Teacher Preparation Context.”  Carrie is currently a supervisor of pre-service teachers at San Jose State University. And Betina Hsieh, one of our former Co-Directors, wrote “From Skepticism and Utilization to Contribution and Growth: Shifting Perspectives on Technology among English Credential Candidates” for the same issue.