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Alex Lancia

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Up Your Writing Game with Editing & Revising Task Cards

Note: the original post was published in October 2018.  Two months later we have version 2.0 with lessons learned and some refinements.  The revisions are added in italics.  We will keep updating this post through the year. Copies of all... Continue Reading →

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A Teacher’s Guide to Integrating Writing and Coding in the Classroom

Hour of Code week is officially over but that doesn’t mean that coding in the classroom should be over too. So in my constant quest to integrate technology authentically in the classroom I came up with this solution for how... Continue Reading →

3 reasons to integrate Google Classroom with Readers’ & Writers’ Workshop

Click the image below to access the slides for the October, 2017 #KLsummit2017 presentation. I love Google Classroom. Why? Because in this case integrating tech allows me to redefine what is possible within a readers and writers workshop framework so... Continue Reading →

My Top 10 Reading Workshop One-Liners (and take-aways)

1) “Whoever does the most work does the most learning.” Debbie Miller.  My thoughts: make sure students do most the work! Duh. 2) "The great thing about technology is that it enables us to connect not 1-1 but 1-world."  Stephanie... Continue Reading →

Learn em’ how to read n’rite good

On November 6,7, 8 (2014) I had the opportunity of attending Reading and Writing Through Inquiry, a category 3 IB PYP Workshop hosted by the Western Academy of Beijing (China) and led by Carla Holmes. It was an interesting learning... Continue Reading →

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