Using online writing tools such as Google docs or a wiki enables students to collaborate and simultaneously contribute to the same document. Writing and publishing tools allow students to share their work with a wider audience, and often receive feedback.
Technologies can be used to support the writing process and are particularly useful in engaging reluctant writers to develop literacy skills.
Writing and publishing tools allow users to write and manipulate text, and select or upload graphics for digital publications. These maybe software applications installed on your digital device or used directly via an Internet browser. There is a wide range of software tools available for writing and publishing; select the tool that will meet the needs of your students.
Susan Lee, teacher at Te Kura o Kutarere, shares how using Storybird in her classroom has made a significant impact on the literacy development of her students.
Students at Hinuera School in Matamata used Blogger and Scribd to support inquiry focused learning.
This snapshot describes how students at Ashburton College used Wikispaces to present the results of an inquiry into career planning.
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Hillcrest Normal School librarian, Kim Bizo demonstrates and describes the process for making QR codes of book reviews with gifted and talented students.
Susan Lee, teacher at Te Kura o Kutarere shares how using Storybird in her classroom has made a significant impact on the literacy development of her students
Staff at Te Kura o Kutarere talk about the change in students' attitude to learning that has occurred as a result of using Storybird in the writing process.
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Literacy teaching and learning in e-learning contexts
This report presents the findings of a research project on literacy teaching and learning in e-learning contexts carried out by CORE Education and the New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER) for the Ministry of Education in 2009.
Research supporting the benefits of technology in reading and writing
This bookmarked item from the Enabling e-Learning teaching community links to a compilation of research that outlines the benefits of technology in supporting readers and writers, from the Innovative Educator blog.
Read how students published inquiry results using Wikispaces.
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