Webinar presented on 2015-08-04.
Ohio’s Learning Standards stress the critical role that reading and writing play in the learning process regardless of the content area. This session will focus on using writing as a strategy to learn content across disciplines. Argument and explanatory writing require evidence gleaned from research. Library staff have a role to support this approach which not only increases literacy capabilities but also increases knowledge-building.
Use this url to bookmark or link to Supporting Writing Across the Curriculum: https://www.infohio.org/campus/webinars/recordings/item/bc2015session5.
Marcia Barnhart holds a M.A. Ed from The Ohio State University. She is vice president of the Ohio Association for Supervision and Curriculum (OASCD), curriculum liaison for the Ohio Teachers of English Language Arts (OCTELA) and ELA Consultant for the Educational Service Center of Lorain County. After teaching high school English/humanities and chairing the English department at Groveport Madison High School, she became a middle school administrator. Her next position was with the Ohio Department of Education in the Office of Curriculum and Assessment where she served as Assistant Director of English Language Arts and supervised the development of the English Language Arts Model Curriculum aligned to the Common Core State Standards for ELA/Literacy. Before leaving ODE, her last position was as Assistant Director of Professional Development where she supervised the PD for Ohio’s New Learning Standards in all four content areas. Marcia’s expertise focuses on the implementation of the instructional shifts that are demanded by the new standards in English language arts and literacy for all content areas.
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