The Life of Mr. Boatman- Computers, Class, and Glass
Greetings Sequoyah, I just stumbled across this writing technique via Twitter today. The author (Vivian Robert@vivianroberthe) posted a bit on jot museums with a photo spread of students writing. This sounded interesting. I did a quick search of Jots writing and came up with a handful of results. The first article really defines the process (http://www.uen.org/utahstandardsacademy/elaelem/downloads/level2/2-3-2-QuickJots.pdf) The second covers cross curriculum issues (http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/curriculum/2015/07/using_quick_jots_to_write_across_the_curriculum.html) While the third goes into a variety of similar techniques. (http://www.davis.k12.ut.us/cms/lib09/UT01001306/Centricity/Domain/32/Stop%20think%20and%20write%20techniques.pdf) Take a look at Quick Jots. Let us know what you think.
Thanks and don't forget to be awesome,
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