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Teaching Argument in a Digital Age- A Series of Workshops For Educators

In the age of instant updates, fake news, and mile-long comment pages, it can be hard to navigate what makes a "good" argument. Join #DrewTEACH for a series of evening workshops in which participants will have the opportunity to be learners and makers.

Join us for individual workshops, or all three for a more complete digital argument education.

Our inservice philosophy centers on the belief that teachers are the best teachers of teachers. Our presenters are practicing teachers who have engaged in classroom inquiry, trained as teacher leaders, and presented teaching demonstrations in a variety of settings. All have completed training with the Digital Literacies Collaborative.

Teaching Argument with the Technology in Your Pocket

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

A lack of technology doesn’t mean that students need to miss out on honing digital literacy skills.  This workshop helps educators to craft a Common Core aligned digital argument project using the technology students already have. During this workshop teachers will participate in their own version of the project and be given time to craft a project of their own.  This workshop will focus on how to help students learn to think of themselves as writers and how to create a positive writing environment in the classroom.

When?
Wednesday, January 24, 2018 6:30 PM - Wednesday, January 24, 2018 8:30 PM ET
Where?
On the Campus of Drew University
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Lauren King
Email: lking@drew.edu

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