Teaching Student Writing Remotely
Presenter: Jeremy Hyler

Grammar and writing instruction continues to be more important than ever when we look at the digital landscape our students belong to today. In this session teachers and educators learn effective strategies using Google Slides along with social media, which can help students to differentiate between formal and informal writing while learning new grammar skills during this transition to online learning.

Webinar Slides

PAMLE This webinar was offered in partnership with the Pennsylvania Association for Middle Level Education to provide participants with Act 48 continuing professional education credit. To obtain credit, please complete the post-assessment after viewing the recording.

Jeremy Hyler is a middle school English and science teacher at Fulton Middle School in Middleton, Michigan. He is a teacher consultant for the Chippewa River Writing Project, a 2019-2020 Community Ambassador for NCTE and a Medial Literacy Innovator for KQED. Hyler has co-authored Create, Compose, Connect! Reading, Writing, and Learning with Digital Tools (Routledge/Eye on Education, 2014) with Dr. Troy Hicks, From Texting to Teaching: Grammar Instruction in a Digital Age (2017) as well as Ask, Explore, Write. Jeremy blogs at MiddleWeb. He can be found on Twitter @jeremybballer and at his website jeremyhyler40.com.