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TTT#517 Argument is Everywhere: LRNG

Author: Teachers Teaching Teachers

Join @onewheeljoe @tomfoxchico reviewing @Mr_Olsen_Says's LRNG playlist 1/4 9pmET/6pmPT #NWP

On TTT, recently, we've been slowly, descriptively looking at online, blended curriculum 20 teachers across the country have been building for their students on

We plan to continue this close reading of the LRNG playlists we are creating because of much looking slowly at one helps us know what to revise and build in our own playlists. We are learning how to move our curriculum onto a learning platform that will allow for more choice, more connected learning in our classes and in after-school programs.

+Casey Olsen has asked us to give him feedback on a curriculum he has created using materials from the National Writing Project's College-Ready Writers Program

Here's how he describes his playlist for youth:

Thoughtful citizens read, criticize, analyze, and create arguments daily---reading the paper, watching the news, surfing the internet, talking among friends, family, and co-workers. These small moments in everyday life make up a strong democracy. By exploring the XPs in this playlist, you will hone your skills to recognize and respond to the issues that surround you.

On Teachers Teaching Teachers, Wednesday, January 4th at 9pm Eastern/6pm Pacific

DMU Timestamp: January 02, 2017 19:32

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