Web 2.0 texts are dramatically changing the literacy landscape, incorporating a variety of media, involving high levels of connectivity and interactivity, and demanding a heightened awareness of identity. How has Web 2.0 changed the experience of reading and/or writing for you? How do you see Web 2.0 texts influencing classroom practice? What challenges and/or opportunities do you see in teaching students to read and write Web 2.0 texts? I've shared some of my thoughts about these issues in…See More
My professional experience includes curriculum design, professional development, educational media production, education research and development, and teaching at the K-12 and graduate levels. I am especially interested in the potential for online communication media to support and enhance learning communities, promote authorship, deepen understanding, and advance literacy.
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Top of the new year to you, Marielle, and congrat's on an apparently successful move of your Authorship 2.0 blog to a new location.
I'm looking forward to reading more there of your views on "authorship and learning in the digital age" (Tagline).
Happy New Year! I was wondering if you, your educator contacts or students would be interested in participating in a nationwide Vocab Video Contest @ MIT. We'd really like to get more students involved from the state!
You can view contest details at BrainyFlix.com Please let me know. Thanks!
http://wiki-land.wikispaces.com/ Hi, Marielle! I can tell you have a lot I can learn from.
am interested in getting my 125 high schoolers collaborating online--would you know of any networks for me?
Thank you, Marielle!