Kids are writing all the time. The process of composing -- from initial idea to final draft and publication -- is happening across subject areas and well beyond the school day.
Whether they're composing song lyrics, film scripts, blog comments, infographics, essays, tweets, video-game storyboards, lab reports, or lines of code, what it means to write no longer conforms to the traditional notion of putting pen to paper. And as technology broadens our thinking about what it means to write, it's also extending the audience for our creations further than we ever thought possible.
On Monday, Oct. 20, 2014, NCTE, the National Writing Project, and the New York Times Learning Network invite you to celebrate the 6th annual Na....read more