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Intel Teach Live - November 2012 - Say What You Need to Say - Publishing Student and Teacher Voices

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Writing for an authentic audience has always been an integral part of all curriculum areas, and having a venue where students can publish and expand their voices, takes this standard to the next level.  The important component is knowing which avenues are available for publishing both teacher and student creativity so we can meet that specific standard in Common Core and state standards.

 

We are curious to know your favorite places for either teachers or students to have their voices heard.  Perhaps it’s a magazine that accepts student contributions, an online virtual art collection, or a simple tool that creates e-publications.  Think magazines, blogs, poetry, artwork, songs, ebooks, paperback books, letters, etc.  Let’s help all educators in building a repository of ideas.

 

Share your ideas between November 26 and December 15 to be entered into a drawing for Kindle Fire HD.

 

Note: This drawing will only become active when a minimum of 10 participants respond, which means in some cases, the drawing will take place after the above mentioned date. For a complete description and eligibility of Engage community drawings, click on the Intel Bunny Person.


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