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February Topics for Discussion

February Topic Choices to be discussed on a weekly or monthly basis:  Select a topic from those listed or add a comment to select more topics or add one of your own. Addressing the reading and writing needs of underserved rural students.

Addressing the R&W needs of underserved rural students.
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Technology issues faced in teaching R&W to adults.
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Unmet PD needs among teachers in isolated rural areas.
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Handling the development of cognitive skills among learners addicted to drugs.
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Recognizing different thought processes leading to writing among different cultural groups.
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Essential elements in helping students to read better.
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How can social networks enhance R&W instruction?
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Best ways to have learners get hooked on reading.
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Student newsletters: do they promote R&W?
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Student plays: do they promote reading and writing?
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Lesson Planning: what about WIPPEA or others as a models?
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Let's work on a collaborative project! (Add your idea for a project.)
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Teaching though comic/graphic novels.
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How to use Twitter to learn and teach.
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Using nature to develop academic skills.
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Poetry and music: ideal writing tools.
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Recommended reading for ABE or HSE students.
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Preparing for tests.
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Games that teach reading and writing.
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Latest reserach on improved R&W practices.
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Relationship between CCRS standards and learning.
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Total votes: 2

Comments

janekelly's picture

Since I teach HSE prep to those about to test, you can see what I picked, but I also liked cultural differences, CCRS and latest research. I teach on the border of urban and suburban, 10 miles outside Manhattan, so I am definitely not rural. 

 

Since I teach HSE prep to those about to test, you can see what I picked, but I also liked cultural differences, CCRS and latest research. I teach on the border of urban and suburban, 10 miles outside Manhattan, so I am definitely not rural. 
 
Leecy's picture

Thanks, Jane. I'm listing them all. Very helpful.