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Teachers will learn: How the expectations for how students entering college and the workforce communicate have changed in recent years Strategies for integrating instruction of communication skills such as presentation, email, social media, and e-portfolios Interviews from industry experts Exemplars from other educators' classrooms Tools for building 21st Century skills

Chapter 4: Student Publishing and Projects: Communicating with an authentic audience through the application of curricular knowledge and construction of content understanding to create a digital or learning artifact

Student Publishing and Projects: Communicating with an authentic audience through the application of curricular knowledge and construction of content understanding to create a digital or learning artifact
Chapter 4 student publishing and projects: Communicating with an authentic audience through the application of curricular knowledge and construction of content understanding to create a digital or learning artifact

“The principle goal of education in the schools should be creating men and women who are capable of doing new things, not simply repeating what other generations have done.”

—Jean Piaget (Child Development Clinical Psychologist)

Up until now, we have addressed email etiquette and self-advocacy, foundational skills for productive group work, and visual literacy. At face value, projects are simply a way to construct content understanding through a learning artifact. In ...

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