A.T.TIPSCAST Episode #37: Graphic Organizer Interview – Part 1

Episode Overview-

Hey everyone,
Episode #37 is up for your listening pleasure! Episode #37 features Part 1 of a two part interview with Chris Cummins, a high school English teacher and adjunct professor at the State University of New York at Fredonia who is currently teaching a class on Literacy and Technology.  During this first part of the interview Chris and I talk about a few different styles of graphic organizers as well as discuss how to implement graphic organizers in a high school setting.

A.T. TIPS In This Episode-

A.T.TIP #51: The Frayer Model of Graphic Organizer
Create a graphic organizing web online using the Frayer Model
A.T.TIP #52: Semantic Mapping (Super Word Web)
 Create a semantic map by downloading the template from Longwood University
Super Word Web excerpt from “Stretching Student’s Vocabulary” by Karen D’Angelo Bromley and Judy Lynch
A.T.TIP #53: Compare – Contrast Model of Graphic Organizer
Downloadable compare and contrast graphic organizers from Education Oasis
Compare and Contrast Matrix from Write Design Online

Upcoming Conference Presentations-

I’ll be presenting at the National Educational Computing Conference (NECC)- June 28th – July 1st in Washington, D.C. (Poster Session: Chew the P.H.A.T-Policies and How-to’s in Assistive Technology with Sally Norton-Darr).

Contact Information-

If I don’t get to see you at NECC we can still connect virtually. Join the A.T.TIPPERS group on Facebook and/or Classroom 2.0 ! You can also follow me on twitter.com.
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