Discover how your students can improve their writing skills, creatively use the latest digital learning, new media, and Web. 2.0 tools, and collaborate with students from other countries. While many educational institutions require written essays, grammar tests, and proficiency assessments to aid students in comprehending standard writing practices, many instructional methods have ignored the role creative computer-writing can play in contributing to learners’ writing development.
Integrating Technology to Improve Learners’ Writing Across Cultures is a computer-writing program developed for educators across seven continents (Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, and South America). The program aims to involve educators worldwide in a collaborative effort to integrate computer technology to improve learner’s writing skills.
The computer-writing program was developed for educational leaders representing learning institutions across seven continents (Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, and South America). The computer-writing program aims to involve cross-cultural educators in a collaborative effort to integrate computer technology in the classroom to improve learner’s writing skills notwithstanding culture, location, writing level, and social differences.