The following post follows in the structure of a Dialogue Journal. Dialogue Journals are wonderful ways for teachers and students to create rich written discourse. Within a Dialogue Journal, a teacher can write to a student and model mechanics and structure. Each entry is left asking a question or offering actionable direction. Students then are able to respond without concern for judgment or correction. In this dialogue, educators Jennifer Williams and Billy Spicer share their thoughts on literacy and education in the digital age.