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Good Teaching = One-Fourth Preparation and Three-Fourths Theater: Using Visuals and Graphics to Teach Developmental Writing 
Date/Time:
March 13, 2014   1:00pm - 2:00pm
 
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0.10 CH  
 
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Our students today have grown up in the media age. Their brains are propelled by visual and audio stimuli. They spend many hours playing video games, playing with their iPhones, and listening to music that comes through seemingly permanently implanted ear buds. We, as educators today, face a challenge to develop teaching styles our students can relate to and lessons from which our students can learn. Attend this webinar, and receive some lessons that use visuals and graphics that help to engage the media-age students of today.
 


 
 
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