“Uses and Benefits of Journal Writing” by Roger Hiemstra is an article with a lot of potential. For me when I am scanning materials that might be useful for planning workshops lists are quick and provide a lot of information.
At the most recent biweekly meeting I had the opportunity to share some of the data that I’ve been collecting. The findings that I presented are among the major considerations in shaping my project’s end: a few models of possible
I looked inside the book “Art Therapy For Groups” by Marian Liebman. My thinking was that it might have some good guidance, though the specific games and exercises might not all be focused on writing. What I found was bouth refreshing
As I did not receive a response from a representative of the literacy group whose website I am reviewing, I won’t be stating any names. I am inclined to say that the website is for a university based literacy program.
My research project has been a look at the SpeakOut! 2.0 website. I’ve been looking at assessing the site, some possible approaches to the future, and determining what resources might be required for those approaches. There have been a number
The idea, or definition, that Horsman sets out early on with, the empahasis “on the reaction of the person” (p 7), seems positive, and exacting in some ways, but it sets up a complicated situation that foreshadows many of the questions
Our reading connected to this blog was the Proliteracy (proliteracy.org) website. And it is a site rich with assessment. In fact that there is a stream of images and statistics presented to you immediately upon visiting the site. These are