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Developing Writing Skills
Shelley Stagg Peterson
QUESTION: Why should students write across the curriculum?
By the time students complete elementary school we expect them to know how to write well, to write about multiple subjects and to adapt their writing for multiple audiences. Shelley Stagg Peterson investigates how to make the processes of teaching and learning how to write easier for students across the curriculum. More...
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A: Aboriginal, Accessibility, Accountability, Achievement, Activism, Action Research, Addiction (Substance abuse), Adolescence, Adult Education, ADHD, Alzheimer's, Anti-Racism, Arts, Assault/Abuse (sexual), Assessment (Evaluation), Autism
B: Beginner Teacher Education, Bilingualism, Black-Focused Schools, Body Image (eating disorders), Boys, Bullying
C: Career, Change, Citizenship, Civics, Cognitive, Colleges (community), Common Curriculum, Community,
Computers, Continuing Education, Counselling, Curriculum, Critical theory/approaches/pedagogy, Culture, Curriculum
D: Democracy, Disability, Diversity, Drama
E: Early Childhood Education, Educational Policy, Elementary, Environment, Equity/Social Justice, ESL, Ethics, Ethnography
F: Faith-based Education, Family, Feminism, Francophone (French), Funding
G: Gender, Geography, Girls, Global, Globalization, Graduate Students
H: Health/Healing, Higher Education, History, Holistic, Home Schooling, Homework, (Anti-)Homophobia, Human Development
I: Identity, Immigrant, Improvement, Inclusive, Indigenous, Induction, Instruction, International
K: Knowledge, Knowledge Mobilization
L: Language, Leadership, Learning, Legal (Law),
M: Mathematics, Media, Medicine, Mentoring, Minority, Morality, Multiculturalism, Music, Muslim (Islamic) Education
O: Ontario, Organization
P: Parent, Peace, Peacebuilding, Pedagogy, Philosophy, Phonics, Physical Education, Planning, Policy, Politics, Post-secondary, Post-Structural Theory, Poverty, Power, Practice, Preschool, Professional, Program, Progressive Education, Psychology, Psychopathology, Psychotherapy, Public/Private
Q: Queer Studies, Quality, Qualitative, Quantitative
R: Race, (Anti-)Racism, Reading, Reflective Practice, Reform, Religious Education, Research, Restructuring, (At-)Risk
S: Safety, Schools, School Councils, Science, Second Language, Secondary, Sexuality, Social Change, Social Economy, Social Justice, Social Science, Sociology, Spirituality, Special Education, Student, Student Councils, Substance
T: Teachers/Teaching, Technology, Testing, Therapy, Transitions, Treatment
U: Unions, Universities, Urban
V: Violence, Volunteerism
W: Writing, Women, Women's Studies, Work (Career)
X, Y, Z: Youth
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