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Lady Macbeth, O.G. [Original Gangster]: or, Connected Learning and Writing through Pragmatic Constructivism

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Academic writing can be challenging, if not foreign, to student writers. This practice-oriented presentation focuses on best practices in constructivist learning in both high school and first-year composition. Using theories of pragmatic constructivism, the panelists share experiences working with students to make connections between prior/embedded knowledge, literature, and inquiry-based writing.

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Mar 11th, 3:55 PM Mar 11th, 4:45 PM

Lady Macbeth, O.G. [Original Gangster]: or, Connected Learning and Writing through Pragmatic Constructivism

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Academic writing can be challenging, if not foreign, to student writers. This practice-oriented presentation focuses on best practices in constructivist learning in both high school and first-year composition. Using theories of pragmatic constructivism, the panelists share experiences working with students to make connections between prior/embedded knowledge, literature, and inquiry-based writing.