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Incorporating CSS Into Your Thinking & Practices

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    Incorporating CSS Into Your Thinking & Practices

    These foundational level webinars will show you how to use what you already know and teach throughout all content areas while incorporating computer science concepts. Broaden your scope of vocabulary and tasks in your everyday classroom to prepare students for college or career readiness.

    SCECHs: 3 SCECHs are available for each session at no cost.

Event Session Information
Days 1
Scheduled Date/Time
11/01/2021 5:00 PM-6:00 PM Participants are required to be registered and must login to the session within the first 5 minutes in order to be eligible for SCECHs Webinar
Title Engaging Developing Writers Through “author’s craft” Strategies (Grades 3-5)
Session 20216957
Session Contact Melinda Waffle269-425-5841
Instructor(s) John McCarthy
Description: This work includes participating in a 1 hour webinar covering the topic and 2 hours completing a job-embedded task

Author’s Craft is a collection of processes, tools, and strategies to creating and structuring good writing based on a purpose. Explore a variety of craft strategies to empower student writers through using digital tools. Topics are partly based on the 6+1 Writing Traits, including Word Choice, Voice, Ideas, and Sentence Fluency. Additional topics include use of Details and author permissions such as use of Open Educational Resources. Walk away with additional strategies to add or augment your writer’s toolkit.


Special Instructions Developing writers need a lot of engaged experiences. Explore a variety of writing strategies and digital tools that support developing writers become more confident in author craft. Also, see how computer science standards support students' thinking and working as writers. 

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