Using
Read
Write
Web
to
Build
Student
Engagement
 1
Graduate
Credit,
Viterbo
University
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


Description:
 
 Web
2.0
is
fundamentally
changing
the
ways
by
which
students
of
the
Millennial
 Generation
(ages
4–25)
interact
with
information.
Master
online
resources
such
as
 VoiceThread,
Google
Docs,
blogs
and
wikis
that
allow
your
students
to
produce
projects
 that
are
“living
documents”
rather
than
static
projects.
Create
a
classroom
lesson
using
one
 or
more
of
these
tools.
 
 
 
 Alignment
to
ISTE
NETS
Standards
for
Teachers:
 
 2c.
customize
and
personalize
learning
activities
to
address
students'
diverse
learning
styles,
 working
strategies,
and
abilities
using
digital
tools
and
resources.
 
 
 
 Alignment
to
Wisconsin
Teacher
Standards:
 Teachers
Understand
that
children
learn
differently.
The
teacher
understands
how
pupils
differ
 in
their
approaches
to
learning
and
the
barriers
that
impede
learning
and
can
adapt
instruction
 to
meet
the
diverse
needs
of
pupils,
including
those
with
disabilities
and
exceptionalities.

For
more
information
call
(800)
408‐4935
x
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