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Wednesday, February 26 • 11:15am - 12:15pm
Teaching Collaborative Writing as a 21st Century Learning Tool

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This interactive session will focus on creating meaningful literary content through the use of collaborative writing practices. Participants in the session will learn how to teach crowd sourced novel and book writing, a new genre of writing that involves and energizes entire classrooms in the writing process. Participants will learn the nuances and secrets of creating a collaborative novel with their students. The "magic" of collaborative writing reaps the benefits of: enhanced student literacy, enhanced student understanding and appreciation of grammar, enhanced understanding of story structure and a deeper appreciation for their classmates. The session facilitator will take participants through the step by step process of creating a successful classroom novel. Perfect session for literacy teachers as well as school and district administrators who would like to encourage writing in the classroom.

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Jay Rehak

Honors IV Multimedia Literacy Teacher, Whitney M Young Magnet HS
Jay Rehak has been a teacher for 35 years. He is the author of 28 produced short plays, and has authored or co-authored 14 novels. In 2013, Mr. Rehak created and co-authored the award winning 30 Days to Empathy, the world’s first high school class sourced novel. Subsequently... Read More →


Wednesday February 26, 2020 11:15am - 12:15pm
Schaumburg D