Teaching Argument in a Digital Age
A series of workshops presented by Drew University
Teaching Argument in a Digital Age- A Series of Workshops For Educators
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.
Playing with Podcasts (March 26, 2018 6:30pm, Drew University EC 109/145)
Reading and writing podcasts teaches young writers the power of making intentional authorial choices. With such a low-technology barrier, podcasts are a great kick off point for incorporating digital tools into the classroom. Through this workshop teachers examine how podcasts can be used for crafting strong arguments and for giving students. During this workshop, teachers will have the chance to create their own podcast.