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From the Current Issue:
National Day on Writing a Great Success
6,189 Tweets, retweets, blogs, Facebook posts, and news stories were featured between October 3 and October 23. These promoted the Twitterfest theme of #WhatIWrite or celebrated writing in other ways. Following are a few writing-centric and National Day stories:
"What I Write: National Day on Writing": NCTE member Steve Moore writes. Teacher Leadership blog, Edutopia.org, October 20, 2012
"Writing: Practice What You Teach": Education Week Teacher, October 22, 2012
"Celebrating Writing, Digital and Otherwise": Bookmarks blog, Education Week, October 23, 2012
"Five-Minute Film Festival: National Day on Writing": Edutopia.org, October 19, 2012
"Student Creativity Finds New Forms during National Day on Writing": The Denver Post, October 19, 2012
"English Department, Hodges Staff Encourage Writing in Any Form": Don’t forget to check out the picture gallery. Tennessee Journalist, University of Tennessee, October 22, 2012
"Writing Tailgate Celebrates National Day on Writing Oct. 20": NCTE member Bonnie Sunstein says about the University of Iowa NCTE Student Affiliate writing tailgate: "We tweeted!! Had a woman in her eighties whom one of my NCTE student affiliate peeps taught to tweet!! Our writing tailgate was spectacular; I have great pictures! I think we had 200 people at least." Iowa Now, October 17, 2012
Writing in High School/Writing in College: Research Trends and Future Directions
College Composition and Communication, September 2010
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